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November 1, 2012 Front Page
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November 1 Poll Results
Where do you remember
Where's the Orofino "O"?
Orofino’s landmark “O”
located when you were a child?
2% Behind Glenwood
Behind what is now the county courthouse (5)
Behind Orofino Elementary (5)
On the “high school hill,” above present day OHS (27)
None of the above (7)
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Once a Maniac, always a Maniac
If you’ve been following the
Tribune’s historical articles, you will know we are celebrating, proudly our
Centennial year. We have been doing so by bringing you stories
of the past, people’s memories, where things were in the old
days, and what the work was like in the earlier days of the
Dahl was a part of that history. His father, Julian Dahl, has
been mentioned in some of our anniversary tales. Julian and
Elsie (Hill) Dahl moved away from
Minnesota’s 40° below winters. They went to
OH to work in an
airplane factory during the war years in the 40’s. Julian, a
printer, later got a job working for the
Times News, a
Twin Falls paper – a job that brought them out to
Idaho. “He worked at the
linotype at that paper for a couple of years,” said his son
Jack. Then he got recruited to come north to Orofino by Bob
Werner. Jack said his father
did not even have a car in those days. Bob Werner drove to
Twin Falls and brought back his new