Take it to the people… that was the general consensus at Tuesday’s Idaho County Commissioner meeting in regards to the ongoing dilemma of adding more acres of wilderness and additional Wild and Scenic River segments in Idaho County. In a … [Read more...] about Should Idaho County have more wilderness?
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Construction began last week near Kamiah on US-12 to add turn lanes at Valley View Drive. Crews will work during the day, with some Saturday work allowed. During active work, one lane will be closed. When crews are not working, US-12 will open up … [Read more...] about Turn lanes on the way at Valley View
The handling of a personnel issue appears to be the root of nearly the entire Kamiah firefighting force vowing to call it quits. After 39 years with the Kamiah Volunteer Fire Department, Chief Dan Musgrave officially announced his retirement at a … [Read more...] about Kamiah Fire Chief, command crew call it quits
The Chamber of Commerce has made their choice for the 2018 Barbecue Days Outstanding Community Service Award, and it comes as no surprise that Bob and Felicia Squires fit the bill. Still doing what he has always loved, you can usually find Bob at … [Read more...] about Outstanding Community Service Award: Squires’ roots run deep
"Cannonball" might once again be yelled by children at the Kamiah swimming pool. With a pot of $150,000 in federal grant money in the offing, it might just be possible to reopen the Kamiah city swimming pool next summer. Angela Edwards from … [Read more...] about Pool to open next summer?
Additional rental properties will be on the way at Kamiah. A proposal by Brian Brokop to build duplexes on Main Street cleared the Kamiah Planning and Zoning Commission last week. The next step will be to finalize architectural plans and weather … [Read more...] about P&Z approves conditional use permit for duplexes on Main Street
In an effort to create a more acceptable wage rate for select employees in the Mountain View School District, three trustees voted in a 5% raise for non-certified salaries and a 2% raise for administrative personnel during the regular board meeting … [Read more...] about Mtn. View teachers granted temporary pay increase
Upriver Youth Leadership Council (UYLC) will be hosting an open house, barbecue, guest speaker, and "mock bedroom" event to learn how to recognize the signs of drug and alcohol use in our youth. This family friendly event will be held Monday, Aug. … [Read more...] about Learning the cues of youth drug use
The American Legion Hall in Kamiah will be getting new tables and an updated sign thanks to a generous donation by Freedom Northwest Credit Union. Veterans Ron Funnemark and Randy Bowen accepted a check in the amount of $3,500 presented by FNWCU … [Read more...] about FNWCU donates to Legion Hall
Multiple wildland fires were ignited over the weekend as storms swept through the region. Currently 27 fires have been reported and firefighting resources from the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests (NCF), Idaho Department of Lands (IDL), Nez … [Read more...] about Storms bring multiple fire starts across region