and Recreation (IDPR) said at a board meeting Feb. 3 they were reversing their
decision to close parks, stating a “paradigm shift.”
revving up for 2010
Dale Barger gave an update for the 2010 EnduroCross scheduled in
Orofino May 21. He stated that several professional riders will be
competing from around the country. They want to build a safe course
over a two-block area in the arena.
Hasselstrom brings in first buttercups
The first buttercups of the year were brought in by Randy
Hasselstrom on Monday from Lowell Hunter’s yard.
Much of Judge
Bradbury’s Clearwater County caseload to be reassigned
Judge John Bradbury recently lost an ongoing battle with the Idaho
Supreme Court which said that he was not in compliance with court
residency requirements. Much of his existing caseload from
Clearwater County will be reassigned to another judge.
education course offered in Orofino
A hunter education course for students in the Orofino-area is
scheduled for March 8-11, 15-18 from 4-6:30 p.m., with the field and
range exercise set for Saturday, March 20 from 8 a.m. to noon.
celebrating its Sesquicentennial during 2010 with a special event
each month to include a speaker relating history of the community.
Deputy Rick Miller to speak at Clearwater Human Needs meeting
Clearwater County Sheriff’s Chief Deputy Rick Miller will be the
presenter at Clearwater Human Needs Council’s (CHNC) general meeting
Tuesday, Feb. 16.
water supply outlook is bleak
Idaho’s snowpacks range from fair to poor according to snow survey
data collected last week by the Natural Resources Conservation
Service. The poor snowpacks across the state can be attributed to
November, December and January’s minimal precipitation.
all you’ve been missing is important
Helping people hear better is Jolene McManus’ passion in life, and
her enthusiasm is contagious. She began as an apprentice, working in
cooperation with the Family Eye Care clinic, three years ago.
Still no smoked steelhead for the Valentine’s dinner party to
initiate the new sunroom I had installed at the house this winter.
Chamber Profile: Ronatta's Cakery
Ronatta’s Cakery, located at 221 Main Street in Orofino, is one of
the Chamber’s newest members. Ronatta Rales opened her cakery
business Sept. 15, 2009, and has been successful creating her many
delicious baked items.
Employees of the
anonymous person, a very appreciative customer, called the
Clearwater Tribune Friday to nominate Craig at Orofino Builders
Supply for his courteous, out-of-the-way assistance in solving and
helping to remedy a fencing problem.
Food Bank in
Orofino Monday, Feb. 15
The monthly food bank will be held at the National Guard Armory, Hwy
12 on Monday, Feb. 15.
Help CSAW by
taking brief online survey
Clearwater Substance Abuse Workgroup (CSAW) has set up an underage
drinking survey at
Stamper sets OHS record in the pole vault
students Monique Stamper and Steven Elsbury recently participated in
the National Pole Vault Summit held in Reno, Nevada.
Country Medics medevac injured woman
Back Country Medics responded to Wilderness Gateway Campground,
milepost 122.5 on U.S. Highway 12, at the request of Kooskia
Ambulance to fly a woman to medical facilities after she was injured
in a head-on vehicle accident Sunday afternoon.
Pantry in Pierce
The Idaho Food Bank will be at Faith Lutheran Church, Pierce, on
Monday, Feb. 15.
In days of yore, the paperboy on the corner was the way people got
their news – a bygone era in American history.
announces Visitor Center Free Movie Day
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Dworshak Dam Visitor Center staff
invites families and children to attend two free sessions of
educational wildlife films at the visitor center theater on
Saturday, Feb. 20.
author’s novel proves popular
author Linwood Laughy’s first novel, The Fifth Generation: A Nez
Perce Tale, is being very well-received throughout the
region, as shown by the popularity of the book readings and signings
since the book was released in January.