CLEARWATER TRIBUNE HOME
AUGUST 12, 2010
15 Years Ago
Astros Major Little League team was league champions with an 8-0 record. Team members were Nacson Irby, Chris Case, Travis Beck, Joe Miller, Dustin Wolverton, Todd Murley, Shane Faulkner, Justin Nelsen, Cody Beck, Matt Craig and Aaron Henson.
20 Years Ago
Grand Marshals for Pierce 1860 Days will be LeRoy and Ann Hartig, long-time Pierce residents.
The Russell Donners found a huge snake in their fish pond. After they killed it and opened it up they found a huge garden toad swallowed whole and several of their gold fish.
25 Years Ago
The Copperhood Women’s Softball team won a third place trophy in the 18 team tournament held in Kamiah. Team members included Teresa Montambo, Colleen Brown, Crissie Heywood, Tammy Clark, Ilene Schmidt, Lu Olive, Sandy Lyda, Julie Roby, Debbie Burns, Kathy Patton, Tracie Aldrich, and Jenny Pigman.
Tammy Harding was
Queen Andrea Schlader and Princess Teri Erickson invite everyone to the Weippe Rodeo.
30 Years Ago
Dust from the
Peck Mayor Mary Lou Deyo announced the city has been awarded $18,000 for a sewer plant study.
35 Years Ago
Allen Brockman, former deputy sheriff, has joined the Orofino Police Dept.
City fire department fought a
5-hour battle using helicopter and conventional equipment to suppress the worst
fire in 10 years on the Blake Hill back of
The wedding of Steven Crockett
and Leila McClure was performed July 18 at the
Years ago in the old garage
store located in Orofino, where the Butler Apartments now stand, near Canada
Hill, was a young man working his way to success. Today Wayne Pippenger is owner
and manager of the beautiful and modern grocery store facilities known as the
Glenwood IGA Foodliner. To express his thanks for their patronage to his corner
A cement slab was poured for
the Jaycee Picnic Pavilion being put in the
Ardis Larson became the bride of Wes Pishl on July 18. She is the daughter of the Clifford Larsons of Greer.
60 Years Ago
Propane gas was made available for the first time in Orofino by Orofino Builders Supply.
65 Years Ago
Flames roared through two Pierce taverns and an adjoining apartment house but ample supply of C-PTPA fire equipment kept the damage to $25,000. The fire was kept confined to two lots and did not spread to the rest of the business community.