Hope Center at 404 Hill Street in Kamiah is a non-profit organization that exists through the generous donations of our area organizations, churches and individuals. We want to thank the anonymous donor who left the sacks of wonderful stuffed toys … [Read more...] about Bless you for the gift of toys
Letters to the Editor
One of the best things about the teenage years may be that we seem to soak up knowledge and skills like a sponge. Parents could use those years as a way to help protect as well as help to develop their children’s future self-discipline. I … [Read more...] about Teenager years?
Soon to be a senior’s secret code Cursive writing will simply declare I’m old! Our modern world requires the rule Technology must be taught in school. Smart phones & computer can take the place Of long conversations face to … [Read more...] about An ode to cursive writing
Your 10/12/17 edition had an article entitled: “Are you ready for flu season?” It pointed out that the flu is going around, of which I am aware as I am just getting over it myself. Then the Centers for Disease Control’s recommendation that … [Read more...] about Avoid the flu
The rainy season has begun. Soon there will be snow. WHERE WILL THEY GO? There is no shelter, no food and no water. Those who leave cats and kittens at dumpsters believe, I guess, that someone else will save them. The fact is that for most of these … [Read more...] about Dumping animals is so cruel
Whereas, In 2014, Tommy Ahlquist gave Idaho Democrat gubernatorial candidate A.J. Balukoff, who was running against the Republican candidate, the maximum allowable donation of $5,000 ; and, Whereas, In 2015, Tommy Ahlquist gave David Bieter, … [Read more...] about Protecting the Republican brand
WHAT ARE WE TEACHING OUR CITIZENRY ABOUT BEING LAW ABIDING AND RESPONSIBLE when fully 50 percent of the judgements in the court report are DISMISSED by the prosecutor? Why obey the laws anyway? It is just a bunch of B.S. right? Harold … [Read more...] about What kind of justice?
I live in downtown Kamiah which I have grown to love, along with the people. It is a quiet town with many people who have dogs and cats, which I adore even more but there are those where you witness animal abuse. Dogs are tied up for 12-15 hours a … [Read more...] about City needs laws to protect pets from abusive owners
These are some thoughts on the passing of Tracy Schiedler. Tracy was always a prompt, efficient employee when she helped me at Cloninger’s. She was a good worker like so many others in Kamiah and Kooskia. Their help at the grocery stores, gas … [Read more...] about The benefits of hard work and Godly values
We want to take this opportunity to express appreciation to all the fire agencies that responded and quickly stabilized the Dewey Two Fire. We, who live along China Garden Road, were spared the damage which, without question, would have been severe … [Read more...] about Appreciative of firefighters