A school bond election for
around $6 million for building purposes in District #171 may
be put to voters this fall.
crazy about bugs, well almost “Alannah, will you do a
story on Richard Whitten; he is being honored for the large
bug collection he has donated to the
University of Costa Rica?”
my boss said to me.
Cloudy skies brighten summer water supply The June Water Supply
Outlook Report issued by the Natural Resources Conservation
Service (NRCS) shows spring precipitation made a positive
change in Idaho’s
water supplies. This winter’s lack of snow was predicted to
cause water supply deficits across parts of Idaho;
however the cool wet spring helped to overcome most
Saturday, June 12, has
been designated International Young Eagles Day worldwide. To
celebrate this event, youngsters ages 8 through 17 may take
a free 15-20 minute flight from the
with a qualified pilot.
Mystery Dinner Theater on stage this weekend This Friday, Saturday, and
Sunday will spotlight the very first annual Mystery Dinner
Theater at the High Country Inn, being held to raise
much-needed funds for the Clearwater Memorial Public
Come one, come all!
Thirty-five years since graduation from OrofinoHigh School,
classmates of the
OHS class of 1975 will gather in Orofino July 2-3 to
celebrate their lives, accomplishments and memories.
Many people express a desire to know how our missions’ trip
went. It is difficult to explain completely because everyone
wants to know different things; some want to know how the
weather was, others want to know more about the orphanage
and the kids. Some just want to know how I survived the
Fair Feathers It’s June and the fair
will be here before we know it! The gardens are planted,
hopefully, and craft and clothing projects are under
consideration. 4-H animals have been purchased and weighed.
Dworshak plays catch-up Charlie
Chase, Assistant Manager of DworshakState Park,
was the guest and keynote speaker at the chamber luncheon
held June 2.
to Weippe results The tenth
annual Retreat to Weippe
May 29, 2010. The overall winner in each
event was awarded a fleece blanket, bandana and pin
depicting the story of the Boy and Bear on the Road to the
Officer William Pollick to serve in armed forces Officer William
Pollick has submitted his resignation from the OPD force,
effective July 19. Chief Wilson expressed his appreciation
and loss to the force, as Pollick will be leaving to serve
in the Guard for one year.
Crews search for
injured hiker near Bungalow Crews from
Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO), the U.S. Forest Service,
Weippe Ambulance and Life Flight collaborated last Tuesday night in the
search and transport of an injured hiker near National Forest
Service Trail #601, near the Bungalow area on the
according to CCSO.
for burglary James C. Sharrard,
18, was arrested Tuesday for felony burglary and other charges,
according to Orofino Police Department (OPD).
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