CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
MAY 6, 2010
15 Years Ago
Barbara Cramer and James
Thomas will be married in the
Junior High School
eighth grade girls’ basketball team placed first at the Culdesac Tournament.
Team members are JeNeen Larsen, Evie Baker, Sally Joye, Amanda Lott, Louise
Bruce, Kesha Humston, Janine Lawrence, Leslie Laam, Tansi Pederson, Stephanie
Ford, Tiffany Perrin and Lisa Johnston.
Seaman Apprentice Sarah L.
Thornton graduated from the
N.J. Training Center,
Coast Guard. Sarah’s parents are Carl and RoseAnn Thornton of Pierce.
25 Years Ago
Honor students at
for the class of 1985 are Kimberly Lyn Carey, valedictorian and Tamara Sue
New student body officers at
are Mark Ponozzo, president; Keith Stuffle, treasurer; Dale Lientz, vice
president and Stacey Ponozzo, secretary.
says 10 to 20 camping units will be added to the over crowded Aquarius Camp area
on the North
Proposals include use of
landing area or use of a spot on Dog Creek.
30 Years Ago
top students are Ron Reagan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Leeper, valedictorian, and
Linda Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Larson, salutatorian.
Laura Halmaier with a perfect
4.0 grade average is valedictorian of the
class of 1980. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Halbmaier. Salutatorian
is Lori White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James White.
Choral students from
winning ratings at the
music festival were Kim Jones, Amy Dixon, Pam Bartman, e’Lane Grasser, George
Duncan, Carrie Cuddy, and Cynthia Bittleston.
is having a highly successful baseball season. Team members are Jim Firzlaff,
John Dempsey, Rob Wright, Galen Kuykendall, Tim Simpson, Pat Kelly, Steve
Horton, Bob Coke, Mike Dempsey, Joe Cornu, Chris Snyder, Keith Johnston, Luke
Aldrich, Gary Morgan, Jeff Wright and Chris Simpson.
35 Years Ago
Sue Blenden has succeeded
Helen Chenoweth as North Side Clinic Manager, with the latter becoming State
Republican Committee director at
Happy winners of the Valley
Recreation Kawasaki sit-a-ton were Rebecca Cleto and Laura Walker. The win for
girls came after 61 hours, 55 minutes. They were awarded the motorcycle upon
which they sat for over two days.
Orofino Volunteer Fire
Department received the Governor’s “Keep Idaho Green” award of the 1979 fire
season. The nomination for the award came from the fire warden of
Clearwater-Potlatch Timber Protection Association. The award was presented to
Elbert Snyder, Orofino Fire Chief.
40 Years Ago
Susan Spencer and JoAnn Konkol
earned top scholastic honors among graduating seniors at
Mike Bessent added the OHS
mile to his list this week with a 4.05.5 a half second better than Bob Hamilton
Sam Bacharach is the new
sports editor of the
65 Years Ago
Lillie Margaret Snyder became
the bride of Gordon Thiessen at the
The Idaho Game commission has
set up 35,000 for a bounty payment on adult coyotes and bobcats.
70 Years Ago
Dent’s population from the new
census shows 50 farms and 172 people.