Approximately 70 people packed the elementary school in Peck during
Monday night's school board meeting to bring their concerns and
ideas before the Board.
Infinity business plans to open in Orofino
Katherine Sell, formerly of California,
now residing in Orofino, is changing the face of Orofino.
29 “existing parks” does not include Dworshak
Idaho’s Governor, C.L. (Butch) Otter outlined specific budgetary cuts in a
meeting Friday which maintains the structure of the Idaho Parks
and Recreation (IDPR), but leaves the state parks vulnerable.
sale Jan. 29
The Orofino Pow Wow Committee is sponsoring an Indian Taco sale
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Friday, January 29 at the Washington Water
Council: New business plans to open in Orofino
A company called Mall of Infinity, founded by Orofino resident
Katherine Sell, plans to open a call center employing over 300
little story about it all: Part 3
This is the third article in a discussion that was sparked by a
letter from seventh grade Orofino Junior High School student Cannon
Wyman questioning the justice of a city-wide skateboarding ban.
Darlings” deadline is getting close
Attention parents and grandparents. The Feb. 5 deadline for the
“Lil” Darlings” special Valentine section is rapidly approaching.
potluck for Leonard Randall Feb. 13
A benefit and potluck dinner for Leonard Randall will be held
Saturday, Feb. 13 at 2 p.m. at the Shotglass in Orofino. The potluck
will be served at 2 p.m. with a live auction to follow.
Fraser Community Center update
Ten years ago the Fraser Community Center Board was formed and took
over the responsibility of the maintenance and up keep of the Fraser
sale/fundraiser Jan. 30 to help Haitians
When six-year-old Isaac Stevenson learned of the earthquake in Haiti
at school he was determined to make a difference.
burglarized on Riverside Ave.
Orofino Police Department received a report Dec. 30, of a home on
Riverside Ave. being burglarized sometime during the months of
November and December of 2009.
Clearwater Community Complex board meeting Feb. 23
election of officers for the Clearwater Community Complex will be
held 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 23 at the Orofino High School
Fraser Community Center update
ago the Fraser Community Center Board was formed and took over the
responsibility of the maintenance and up keep of the Fraser Grange.
and Gold art show features student art
The annual "Black and Gold" Timberline High School student art show
took place last Wednesday through Saturday at Studio 205 on Main
#1 plates make
Morey Snyder, whose #1 license plates were stolen from his car New
Year’s said last week the plates had mysteriously showed up a few
days earlier attached to the back of his car.
Place B&B closes for business
Bob and Kenda Tribble, owners of Orofino’s premiere bed and
breakfast, Trib's Place B&B, announce their retirement from the bed
and breakfast business.
During my son-in-law Darold Stanton’s younger days he had a most
illustrious, daring sense of humor of which my daughter, his wife,
Marcie and I were often the brunt of the jokes.
County receives federal funds for emergency services
Clearwater County has been awarded federal funds under the emergency
food and shelter national board program.
Atomic Robotics compete at state
Clearwater Atomic Robotics (CAR) team competed in the Idaho FLL State Championship, sponsored by
Idaho ROKS, on Jan. 16 at Pocatello.
America is gearing up for its largest domestic undertaking ever.
What is it? It’s the US Census, which comes around once every ten
graduates from basic training
Air Force Airman Kayla D. Engle has graduated from basic military
training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, TX. She is a 2009
Orofino High School graduate.
girls soccer sign-ups underway
This year girls in grades sixth through eight will combine forces to
form the Orofino Heat U13/14 girls’ soccer team. Girls in these
grades are invited to sign up for spring soccer by Friday, Feb 12.
student in all-state band
Lindsey Staley of Orofino High School (OHS) has been chosen to
participate in the 2010 Idaho All State Band. Staley auditioned and
was selected first chair for this prestigious ensemble.
Youth Basketball registration open
Youth in grades third through fifth may register for the Orofino
Youth Basketball six week program to begin in February.