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Poll Results Why You Garden
If you grow a fruit and vegetable garden, what is your
primary motivation for doing so?
43% I like having the fresh, nutritious food. (28) 31% I grow fruit and vegetables in order to save money on groceries. (20) 12% I do it as a hobby. (8) 14% The only plants I can seem to grow are weeds. (9)
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graduate leads team to national title When
football All-American and All-State performer Chris Simpson
stated his goals for the 2010 season he kept it simple: “Our
goal, and statement, was simply; win the AIFA Championship.
Anything less for us would have been a disappointment.”
Dutch oven Cook-Off held Aug. 7
Dutch oven cooks are invited to test their skills at the Seventh
Annual 1860 Days Dutch Oven Cook-Off, Saturday, Aug. 7.
Registration and cooking begins at at The Outback in Pierce.
View From Me to You: Conclusion
Not all of the girls are able to come and join us in the fun.
One of the girls, Christine, was abused to the point that she
needed extensive surgery to remove abscesses in her liver and
part of her colon had to be removed. She also has been suffering
from severe urinary tract infections that have started shutting
down her kidneys.
to sponsor August Golf Scramble ClearwaterValleyHospital
and Clinics will be hosting their fifth annual golf scramble on
Sunday, Aug. 29 at the Orofino Golf and Country Club. Openings
are available for both golfers and hole sponsors. All proceeds
benefit the programs and services of CVHC.
Him to transform our lives,” an interview with Pastor Terry
Gugger is no stranger to churches. He was a PK (Preacher’s Kid)
and moved around a lot as his father ministered to various
churches. Terry said that by the time he was in the fourth
grade, he wanted to have a medical ministry. In college, at
he decided to study biology and pre-med courses.
Cross Blood Drive
in Orofino Aug. 17-19 The
Orofino Kiwanis and Rotary clubs are sponsoring the
American Red Cross Blood Drive Aug.
17 from to ; Aug. 18 from to and Aug. 19 from to It will be held at the Orofino National Guard Armory
located at 10210 Hwy 12.
Only one of the girls forgot to wear her nametag that we had
made yesterday, so I handed out a prize to most of them; a sugar
free lollipop. (Of course I had to make it sugar free!) The
Bible study was on gossip.
vendors, good fun at Orofino Farmers Market
The Orofino Farmers Market, now in its second year, is growing.
Open on Tuesdays since June 22, from
the Market is seeing new types of vendors this year, ranging
from hand-painted gourd birdhouses, to organic meats, to
chainsaw carved bears, and several new produce vendors.
According to Timber
Contracting Officer Mark Craig, activities are gearing up on the
Palouse Ranger District’s Gold Bug Timber Sale. That project is
located approximately five miles northeast of Potlatch.
Chair... Everyone in
the neighborhood and surrounding area knows by now I have a dog
named “Mary Jane.” They most likely think her name is Mary Jane
Good Girl Treat as I call it so often in the front yard in an
attempt to get her to head back inside the garage.
2007, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, in conjunction with the
Idaho Department of Fish and Game, has been adding nitrogen to
Dworshak Reservoir in a pilot project designed to add nutrients
to the water.
Ready’ helps people to prepare for challenges Orofino Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter-day Saints is inviting the community to a preparedness
fair Aug. 21 from
at their meetinghouse, 13610 Fremont.
To reach the church, turn off U.S. Highway 12 just west of
Barney’s Harvest Foods.
5th Annual Bluegrass Jam Session
Mother Nature must enjoy Bluegrass and
Country Western Music she sent the most perfect weather to the
hilltop for the Fraser Annual Jam Session. The trees at Fraser
Park and the breeze that blew kept everyone cool, even when the
temperature reached 85 degrees.
gets skid resistance overlay A new product
named Safelane is being applied to the OrofinoBridge
due to its susceptibility to frost, according to Pat Lightfield,
assistant district engineer for the Idaho State Highway Dept. “The
new product provides a lot of skid resistance,” he added.
Employee of the Week Cindy
Dennis would like to recognize Angie Martini of Sassy Looks
Salon as Employee of the Week.
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