CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
AUGUST 5, 2010
10 Years Ago
Orofino City Council approved a resolution to change the leaseholder on a parcel of land owned by the city from Reese F. Smith to Fords Creek Electric and Pump Service.
Steve Schloss recently joined Clearwater Realty after completing testing to become a licensed realtor.
Judy Summers recently retired June 30 after 18 years with Orofino Office of Job Service.
Heather Sawyer of the Orofino Job Service office recently received an Award of Merit from the Idaho Chapter of the International Association of Personnel in Employment Security.
15 Years Ago
The Orofino Youth Baseball
Minor League Championship was won by the
A request for an injunction to halt the drafting of Dworshak Reservoir for flow augmentation as part of National Marine Fisheries Service salmon recovery plan has been declined by U. S. District Court.
The Dodgers Girls Minor League Champions are Jessica Bastalich, Breanna Howe, Amanda Bennett, Meryl Rodgers, Samantha Nancarrow, Holly Jones, Desiree Downing, Spring Smeltz, Amanda Cummings, Kelsey Engle, Sarah Parker, Ashley Stanton, Tricia Jageman and Katy Elsbury. The girls were coached by Susan Parker and Kim Engel.
40 Years Ago
Bill and Mick Jackson were honored as Grassmen of the Year at the chamber meeting.
The most popular spot in town has been the Orofino Swimming Pool. Largest single attendance to date was 325 according to Sandy McCollister, manager.
Social Security benefits paid by residents of the area served by the Lewiston Social Security Office totaled $1,106,000 each month.
Prosecuting Attorney Ralph
Haley has been appointed as Magistrate for
45 Years Ago
Running nearly four weeks a new service sends one train to Jaype, picking up gyppo logs along Quartz Creek while another train gets Headquarters production. Total haul is from 12 to 15 cars a day.
50 Years Ago
Orofino felt the heat this week with the first spell of what was to be 17 days over 100 degree temperature and a high of 108.
70 Years Ago
Five fires were set near Orofino, light service was disrupted for 18 minutes and windows rattled and shook last Wednesday night when a severe lightning storm hit here about
of 91 CCC enrollees fresh from
75 Years Ago
For the past few weeks trucks
from many parts of this section have been busy hauling poles to the Eagle Pole
Supply Company yard adjacent to Gorman Addition in Orofino at the rate of six to
seven hundred daily from camps near Weippe and the