By Joy Perkins Former Kamiah Planning and Zoning Coordinator My concern is increasing. In the last couple years almost every department of the City of Kamiah has either quit or has been replaced. The Kamiah Marshal’s Office quit. No … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Concerned for Kamiah; we must all do better
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By Bob "Nugie" Neugebauer Published June 7, Gem State Patriot News Who is steering our conservative ship Idaho? Captain Bligh? It is seldom that we see governors recalled, although two have been recalled successfully in U.S., with the … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Is it time for a mutiny? Recall Governor Little?
By Steve and Raenette Didier Recently land was purchased in Idaho County, in the community of Clearwater, to build a sanctuary/refuge for lions, tigers, ligers, leopards, various smaller cats and hybrid wolves. In 1986 a person known later as the … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Exotic animals allowed in Idaho County?
By Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin As Lieutenant Governor, I am one heartbeat away from the governor’s chair. I am also a small business owner. My family and I own four small businesses in the restaurant and automotive industries, employing hundreds … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: It’s up to Idahoans to ameliorate government’s heavy hand
By Nathanial Davis The last few weeks has given everyone quite a bit of time to reflect upon aspects of our lives that could use improvement. It has also given us enough time to ponder the origins, severity, and implications of the pandemic … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Local sustainability is the answer to many of our problems
By Woody Woodford Mountain View School District Superintendent Greetings Casey, Although many were disgusted by your letter and ad nobody was surprised. I was wondering when your misinformation campaign about the levy would surface. … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Distortion of facts no big surprise
By David Johnson Idaho County citizen, Publisher of The Citizen Something you did not know. There are three elected offices in America that have by law the power to command an army, and it’s quite likely not one reader can name all three of these … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Choose your sheriff with wisdom
By Dr. Joseph Horton I do not hate my mom. Many in the media and some friends on social media seem to believe I do hate my mom, as well as other older people with compromised immune systems. For more than a decade my mom has been taking potent … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Warm hearted thinking
By Robert Millage With all the problems in the world to be upset about, a few blessed souls in this town only seem to be angry about the school delivering food to kids during this shutdown. They’re so upset that they feel the need to write letters … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Let the kids eat a lunch for crying out loud
By Kathy Ackerman Idaho County Clerk Amid the changing landscape of stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines, county clerks across Idaho have been faced with the many challenges of preparing for and ultimately conducting the May 19 … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: What you need to know about the Primary Election