The Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) and Imperial
Oil are jointly hosting open houses in
and Kooskia to provide information to residents on Imperial's
proposal to move large pre-assembled process units through the state
call forever at OJHS
Secretary Angie Keane marks the end of a 100-year era by
ringing in the last bell at Orofino Junior High on the last
day of school June 4.
Outdoor recreation opportunities abound at Dworshak Dam and
Reservoir, and thanks to heavy spring rains the reservoir
level is nearing full much earlier than first forecasted,
according to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials at the
of Flags One
hundred thirty American flags were placed in Orofino’s two
cemeteries in observance of Flag Day, Monday, June 14.
The Walrath Insurance
Agency was started in Orofino by Harry L. Walrath in 1910.
The business moved to their present location (formerly
in 1922 when the building was purchased from Samson Snyder.
The Fourth of July is
approaching quickly and funds are needed to help put on the
free fireworks show this year, as we are short of our
drawing with a “Reason for Every Season” theme is being
planned to help raise money for the event.
Class speakers at the OHS multi-class reunion dinner at the
Best Western Lodge at River's Edge Conference Center
last Saturday included Bob Dahl, OHS '57 a retired
banker from San Francisco, Mary Lucas Filkins OHS '54
retired teacher from Allyn, WA, John Werner, OHS '55,
retired printing consultant from Scarsdale, NY, and Shirley
Mittendorf LeBlanc, OHS '56, travel agent, from Oak Harbor,
The Clearwater County
Treasurer and Tax Collector’s Office would like to remind
everyone that the second half of 2009 taxes are due June 20,
and since this falls on the weekend payments will be
accepted without penalty Monday, June 21.
Four northern Idaho
counties could lose most, if not all, of the U.S. Forest
Service managed, people owned lands to private interests if
we the people
don’t stop it. The main counties are:
Benewah and Idaho
counties. The Forest Service lands being discussed for
trading amount to some 28,000 acres.
A sell-out crowd for all
three evenings of the CMPL Friends’ first annual mystery
dinner theater enjoyed fine entertainment last weekend, with
benevolent weather, a lively social hour outside, a fine
dinner inside the High Country Inn, and a rollicking, funny
play entitled, “I’m Getting Murdered in the Morning.”
Credit unions across
Idaho are making their voices heard
in Congress, pointing out that the Durbin interchange
amendment to the pending regulatory reform legislation is
not in the best interest of consumers.
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