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November 4 Poll Results
The Future of the Country
Based on the results of the mid-term elections, what is your outlook on the country’s future?

44% I am hopeful about the future. (29)
27% We’re screwed. (18)
24% I don’t think the way the election turned out will make much difference in that regard. (16)
  5% I don’t know! (3)

This is not a scientific poll.

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  • Christmas Festival Passport available Thursday
    Get involved with Orofino Christmas Passport and be eligible to win $300 in Orofino Chamber Bucks that can be used at businesses in the community. As part of Orofino’s 8th Annual Christmas Festival, the organizing committee are holding their second Passport Contest that helps people learn more about businesses and win great prizes. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • OHS Class of 1981 reunion planning meeting set for Nov. 11
    An Orofino High School Class of 1981 reunion planning meeting is set for Thursday, Nov. 11, 7 p.m. at the Brass Rail. All classmates interested in helping plan the reunion next summer are invited to attend. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Down Memory Lane
    25 Years Ago: Fern Wilson of Weippe has purchased Una’s Lounge from the Una estate and is open and doing business under the name of Homestead Lounge. 50 Years Ago: Florence and Len Raschka, who have operated the Riverside Market for the past ten years this week, announced the sale of their grocery business to Pat Hayes. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Charles and Judith Cuddy celebrate 50 years of marriage
    Charles D and Judith A Cuddy were married 50 years ago on Nov. 10, 1960 in Orofino at the Orofino Methodist Church. Chuck and Judy have lived in Orofino, their entire married lives where they raised four children. Chuck and Judy’s children invite you to attend an open house on Saturday, Nov. 13 at 2 to 5 p.m. at the Orofino VFW Building, located at 330 Michigan Avenue, Orofino. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Lost your bicycle? Call Orofino Police Department
    Orofino Police Department (OPD) has possession of 18 bicycles found in various places around Orofino. Three were picked up within the last two weeks. Monday, Nov. 15 OPD will begin removing the bicycles that have been in their property room for six months or more, so if you are missing a bicycle, call the police department at 476-5551 with a description (make/model or color). To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Jamie Knudson officially accepts appointment at State Farm Insurance Nov. 1
    New to Orofino and taking over the helm of State Farm Insurance, Jamie Knudsen is full of enthusiasm. He and his wife Becky originally hale from the Midwest. Jamie was a fourth generation police officer who served in that capacity in Arizona. He was formerly a volunteer fireman, and will continue in that role in Orofino. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • From this Chair...
    I got the call around four o’clock Saturday afternoon. The voice at the other end of the line said “Put seven potatoes in the oven to bake, we’re bringing the fish.” It was the Phantom calling letting me know his guests, my family members, had just caught a couple of fish. “I’m cleaning the fish now to bring them to your house to barbeque. The rest of the family are headed up river to your house,” he said. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Maniacs pillaged by Pilgrims 61–7; exit play-offs, but still have heart
    The Orofino Maniacs played their last game of the 2010 football season last Friday at New Plymouth. It was almost over before it began. By the time the KLER Radio set-up crew found New Plymouth, and found the Pilgrims football field - and found a plug-in, the Maniacs were already down by seven, having fumbled inside their own five yard line on the first play of the game. It only took New Plymouth a couple more plays after the broadcast began and Orofino was down by 14 points with three and a half minutes left in the first quarter. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Mega-loads cleared for transport by high court
    A ruling in August, by Judge John Bradbury (2nd District), temporarily halted ConocoPhillips from transporting mega-loads along Hwy. 12, Idaho’s Scenic Byway. That ruling was overturned this week in a 3-2 decision by the Idaho Supreme Court which ruled that it was not within their jurisdiction to revoke the permits. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Austin Blain places sixth overall
    Austin Blain, a 2010 graduate of Timberline High School from Weippe, placed sixth overall and assisted his Oklahoma Wesleyan Eagles Cross Country team to a NAIA Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship Performance on Saturday, Oct. 30, at Haskel Indian Nations College in Lawrence, KS.
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  • Grand opening of MC Concepts Racing Nov. 6
    Mark Correa is opening MC Concepts Racing (North) inside Riverside Sports Shop. The grand opening of this shop is Saturday, Nov. 6 from noon until 5 p.m. Mark will have some nice dirt bikes and his own personal Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider on display. He said he will have a few bikes for sale also.
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  • Clearwater County Incident Reports
    Oct. 25: CCSO received request for agency assistance on 108th St. and Hwy. 12. Male subject dressed all in black stepping in front of oncoming traffic. Oct. 27: OPD received report of a subject arrested during a traffic contact on Konkolville Rd. CCSO received report of petit theft on Harmony Heights Loop and Brandt Mill roads. Theft of video camera. Oct. 30: CCSO received request for public assistance on Harmony Heights Loop Rd. and Looney Toon Lane. RP would like unwanted subject removed. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Halloween in Fraser
    Oct. 31, Halloween started out with light rain. Before it was over, the rain disappeared and we had a beautiful autumn day, the blue sky behind the big puffy clouds was spectacular. The Trick or Treaters, all dressed up in their costumes, started arriving around 5 p.m. It’s always fun to try to guess who they are, before asking their names. We expect their bags and plastic pumpkins were full by the end of the evening.
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  • State Road Closures
    The Maggie Creek Supervisory Area of the Idaho Department of Lands in Kamiah will be closing roads accessing portions of state land in the vicinity of Weippe on Nov. 8. The closure will include the Fidler Road and the Browns Ridge/Mosquito Creek Road. Closures will remain in effect through May 2011. This is an annual closure designed to reduce soil erosion and sedimentation, minimize road damage and maintenance expenses, and protect wildlife wintering in the area. Restrictions pertain only to unauthorized vehicles wider than 50 inches. Access by ATV, motorcycle or any non-motorized means is permitted. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Veterans Day assembly Nov. 11 at Timberline High School
    The Timberline High School student council is hosting a Veterans Day assembly at the school at 11 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 11, for all hilltop veterans. Please RSVP to 435-4411. Free lunch will be provided. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Happenings on the Hilltop
    Vickie Smith called with news of her father, WH [Ben] Durant. He fell and broke his arm. This resulted in severe swelling. The swelling is being monitored by his doctors who are keeping him comfortable. Ben is recovering at   Royal Plaza Retirement Care Center. To give his arm time to heal, he will remain there at least 120 days. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Pierce news
    The Gem Community Team invites all interested volunteers to be part of the Festival of Trees, to be held Friday, Dec. 3, at the Pierce Community Center. Anyone who wishes to decorate a wreath, swag, mini Christmas tree,  or a fancy stocking, or fill a gift basket for the auction, please contact Rob at 464-2736. We need a few more decorators, so start up your creative juices and give Rob a call. To read the rest of this article, subscribe or log in.

  • Sportsmen's Report for November 4
    In the boundary waters on the Snake River between Idaho and Oregon or Washington, an angler with a valid 2010 Idaho fishing license and steelhead permit may fish where the river forms the boundary between Idaho and Oregon or Washington, but may not fish from the shoreline, including wading, and may not fish in sloughs or tributaries on the Oregon or Washington side. An angler may have only the limit allowed by one license regardless of the number of licenses the angler holds.

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