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  • Vehicle crosses lawn and collides with Orofino residence
    Jodie Broncheau, 48, of Orofino was the driver of this Jeep Cherokee that struck a residence at 1285 Michigan Avenue Tuesday, according to Orofino Police Department.

  • Year-End Review 2009: Part 2
    Part two of the 2009 year-end review.

  • Two little heroes save Les Schilling’s life
    Les Schilling, 55, born and raised in Orofino, lost his home at 716 Floyd Avenue, near Clearwater Valley Hospital and Clinics after midnight Dec. 23.

  • A little story about it all
    On Sept. 8 the Orofino City Council passed Ordinance No. 761, which among other things, prohibits the use of skateboards within any city park or sidewalk. The editorial department received the following letter and published it in the Oct. 8 edition of the Clearwater Tribune.

  • Food Bank in Orofino Jan. 18
    The monthly food bank will be held at the National Guard Armory, Hwy 12 on Monday, Jan. 18.

  • “Lil’ Darlings” section deadline is Feb. 5
    The Christmas stockings and decorations have been put away, parents and grandparents and it is now time to think about sharing your “Lil’ Darlings” with our readers.

  • Stage is set for Pierce’s milestone celebration
    2010 is the year for celebration for the City of Pierce.  Settled in 1860, the city will be passing its sesquicentennial mark, and a series of special events are scheduled throughout the year to highlight Pierce’s role in early Idaho settlement, the opening of the West, and its progression to the present day.

  • Rotary Crab Feed set for Jan. 16
    The ever popular All You Can Eat Orofino Rotary Crab Feed will be held from 5 to 8 p. m. Saturday, Jan. 16 at the Ponderosa.

  • Sublease proposal still in the works for Dworshak
    Clearwater County Commissioner, Don Ebert, stated that he participated in a conference call Monday morning with Director, Nancy Merrill of Idaho Parks and Recreation (IDPR) and Steve Klatt, Chairman of the department’s board of directors concerning the status of equipment needs at Dworshak State Park.

  • Orofino graduate is U.S. Marine
    Private 1st Class Gregory J. Shriver, a graduate of Orofino High School, graduated with honors Nov. 4 from the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, CA.

  • From this Chair...
    The holidays are over and the dismal days of January are here. Now we are faced with bills to pay for Christmas gifts and the dark overcast days of winter in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

  • 'Farewell Tour' brings smiles
    Larry Sharrai and Gerri Lemmon, accompanied by Joanne Hutchinson, with their 'Farewell Tour' brought smiles to the Clearwater Human Needs Council Christmas gathering with their music and antics.

  • Student Art Show in Pierce Jan. 12
    You'll want to make your plans now to attend the opening evening, "A Sesquicentennial Soiree," at Timberline High School’s 4th Student Art Show.

  • Lights ablaze, CYA 2009 Christmas Home Tour was glorious
    Lights ablaze, Christmas music, and the fragrance of home made treats made this year’s Christmas Home Tour memorable.

  • Clearwater County republicans meet Jan. 11
    The Clearwater County Republican Central Committee‘s next monthly meeting is at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 11 at the Vision Arts Center on Riverside Avenue.

  • Vehicle off the road on Gilbert Grade
    A 37-year-old Nezperce resident survived with minor injuries after ice caused her to drive her vehicle 150 feet off the edge of Gilbert Grade, according to the Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Hey girls, get a clue about Junior Miss!
    All girls who are juniors are invited to participate in this year’s Junior Miss Scholastic program. This fun opportunity to get money for college is March 13.

  • H1N1 Flu Vaccination Clinics open to everyone over six months of age
    While the vaccination clinic is open to everyone over 6 months of age, Public Health especially encourages anyone in the following groups to be vaccinated.

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