By Bill and Cathy Simmons To the Real Concerned Citizens of Kamiah and City Councilmen, not the few fictitious members that "The Pied Piper" Ted Barnett claimed to be heading up! So, folks lets recap here: First, the Chief of Kamiah Volunteer … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: What’s happening in Kamiah? – The good ole boy club, that’s what
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By April Blankenship Branch Manager, Kamiah Community Library "Fake news" is a phrase that has been introduced into our collective consciousness and political conversations, but what does it really mean? How can we tell if a headline, image, or … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Libraries promote media literacy to fight “fake news”
By Misty Perry Pine Ridge Water and Sewer District Secretary and the city of Kamiah Recently, the city of Kamiah and Pine Ridge Water and Sewer District were plagued with sewer issues. These issues cost both entities money and manpower. … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: The don’ts of sewer systems
By Wayne Hoffman President, Idaho Freedom Foundation In the government-run education system, no one ever wants to use the word "failure." So the public school system’s statisticians and spinmeisters dance around reality with euphemisms like … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Parents aren’t getting straight answers about school performance
By Paul Anderberg Committee Chair for the fire tax district and Blaine Feinman Ridge Runner Fire Department Chief In literature and theatre, to have a good story there needs to be a protagonist and an antagonist, a hero and a villain, a good guy … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Just you and a wall of fire?
By Thomas L. Knapp In March and April, CNBC reports foreign governments started cutting back on the amount of U.S. government debt they buy and hold. Russia’s government cut its holdings by 50%, from $96.1 billion to $48.7 billion. China (the single … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Is the U.S. national debt finally coming home to roost?
By Steve Higgins Kamiah School District Superintendent As I write this I am closing out my first year as the Superintendent of the Kamiah School District. Mr. Mercer told me that the days would slip by faster than you could imagine and he was … [Read more...] about Superintendent’s Corner
By Sarah Hallberg Diabetes is reversible. That’s the exciting conclusion of a study I’m leading at Indiana University Health. Two hundred and sixty-two patients with type 2 diabetes recently completed one year of a clinical trial examining the … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Don’t manage diabetes—reverse it
By Ryan Stoa For many of us, myself included, Memorial Day marked the unofficial start of summer. I spent the holiday weekend camping in the Sawtooth National Forest, humbled by the surrounding jagged peaks still locked in winter’s grasp. Driving up … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Summer recreationists must understand new, flawed Trespassing bill
By Wayne Hoffman President, Idaho Freedom Foundation Over the last few weeks, I’ve been fascinated by the number of people who have written to me, on social media or in their local newspaper, complaining about my proposal to use private charities … [Read more...] about Guest Editorial: Medicaid expansion proponents haven’t helped the poor