Based upon the loss of
state funding for public education, the Joint
#171 Board of Trustees will submit a supplemental levy
ballot for $1,740,000 to voters on Tuesday, May 18. The
amount is $250,000 more than last year’s levy.
Grangemont Road project open
house meeting May 19
An open house style
informational public meeting about the Grangemont
project taking place this summer will be held from
Wednesday, May 19 at the Best Western Lodge at River’s Edge Gold Dust Room.
Camas Festival wins Take Pride in Idaho
The Weippe Camas Festival and Retreat to Weippe Fun/Run Walk
won an Outstanding Cultural Tourism award during the Take Pride in
awards presentation May 6 at the Idaho Conference on
Recreation and Tourism in Boise.
is new city attorney Rebecca Vaage at the May 11
Orofino City Council meeting submitted to City Administrator
Rick Laam a letter dated April 28, 2010
stating that she would accept the position as City Attorney.
From this Chair... The twins arrived home in
Saturday one day before their original due date which was Mother’s Day May 9.
The twin boys Braylon and Kaden Howland were born nine weeks early, March 1 and
had been at Sacred Heart in Spokane
since that time.
#171 May 19 board meeting agenda An executive session will
be held at
at the District Office, Wednesday, May 19, to discuss
evaluation of personnel and to conduct deliberations
concerning labor negotiations. Following the executive
session, the regular meeting will follow at
Two candidates file for library trustee position The Clearwater County Free
Library District will be holding an election for office of
Trustee on Tuesday, May 25. The Board of Trustees consists
of five members, each serving a term of five years. Two
candidates have filed for one vacancy, Teri Ploharz-Bolling
and Donald R. Jenni.
A group of patrons of the
Clearwater Memorial Public Library, formed as the CMPL
Friends, has been meeting regularly since mid-2007, with the
intent of helping Orofino’s library in its long list of
needs and maintenance.
unemployment rate for April dropped to 16.7 percent, down
from 19.4 in March. In April of 2009 county employment was
at 14.3 percent.
Stuart, formerly of Orofino who has been on death row in the Idaho
State Penitentiary since he was found guilty for the death in 1981
of Robert Miller, 3, has lost his fourth appeal for post-conviction
On April 28, according to
Det. Becky Drewery, a passerby reported an unoccupied truck
over a steep embankment, at Gilbert Grade/Hwy 7, to the
Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office. The owner of the
company-owned vehicle responded to the scene and met with
Clearwater County Sheriff’s deputies.
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