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play Peck house fire on Park Street, January 15, 2017

Peck house fire on Park Street, January 15, 2017

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Carla Hillman of Peck perished in this house fire Jan. 15.

play Helicopter dropping water on Orofino Creek/Upper Fords fire

Helicopter dropping water on Orofino Creek/Uppe…

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Between 8 and 9 a.m. this helicopter began dumping water on the hill above Orofino Creek, next to Michigan Avenue and the Orofino Tabernacle. It is still circling even now, focusing on hot spots where flames are still spreading. It started across from Carney Drive, on the other side of the hill (Upper Fords side), and is now working on the hill above the Orofino Tabernacle.

play Audioburn singing Kung Fu Fighting at Orofino 4th of July

Audioburn singing Kung Fu Fighting at Orofino 4…

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Audioburn performed at the 2015 Orofino Firework Show at Orofino City Park. This is them singing Kung Fu Fighting.

play Twin Whitetail Fawns

Twin Whitetail Fawns

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A whitetail doe nurtures her newborn twin fawns. Sadly, these fawns were killed later the very same day, by a mother coyote hunting for her young pups.

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  • Opening arguments heard in murder trial

    Opening arguments heard in murder trial

    The prosecution alleges jealousy and rage over a boyfriend led to the murder of Samantha Fignani on May 22, 2017. Clearwater County Prosecutor E. Clayne Tyler alleges Jessica Colpitts, 33, shot and killed Fignani in a jealous rage over her involvement with Colpitts’ former boyfriend, Savij “Jojo” Walker.

  • Murder trial starts for Orofino woman accused of shooting

    The first degree murder trial began this Wednesday, March 13, for Jessica L. Colpitts, of Orofino. Colpitts is accused of shooting Samantha S. Fignani, 23, also of Orofino, on May 22, 2017. Judge for the jury trial is Gregory FitzMaurice, with the trial being held in the Idaho County Courthouse in Grangeville.

  • Michael Green, 67, Wallace

    Michael Green, 67, Wallace

    Michael James Green died at 67 of cancer March 12, 2019 at Hospice House in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.

  • Georgia Colleen Hudson, 78, Peck

    Georgia Colleen Hudson, 78, Peck

    Colleen passed away at Clearwater Valley Hospital of pneumonia Thursday, March 14, 2019.

  • David E. Statler, 66, Orofino

    David E. Statler, 66, Orofino

    The common comment about David E. Statler is he lived life as he wanted. He lived a life of kindness and doing right by the “pack”, those that were either family through relation or like family through relationship. And let’s not forget the dogs he had over the years who were his best buddies, his constant companions and ever loyal to him. Those of us who knew David were lucky. We have years of great stories to tell thanks to the life he led. Quite suddenly he departed us February 27, 2019.

  • Clearwater Humane Society

    Clearwater Humane Society

    For Adoption

  • Geraldine Keenan, 73, formerly of Orofino

    Geraldine Keenan, 73, formerly of Orofino

    1946-2019

  • Council approves block grant application for expansion to SJX Jet Boats Inc.

    Chris St. Germaine presented the Proposed Rural Community Development Block Grant (RCDBG) application for public review at a special public hearing called March 7.  The proposed project is to help provide improvements and expansion of the Orofino Business Center to meet the needs of SJX Jet Boats Inc.

  • Grangeville resident receives Department of Agriculture honor award

    Grangeville resident receives Department of Agriculture honor award

    Scott Godfrey, Vegetation and Stewardship Staff Officer on the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests, was recently recognized alongside USDA Forest Service colleagues with a U.S. Department of Agriculture Secretary’s Honor Award for efforts to advance the Good Neighbor Authority in the state of Idaho.

  • Fatal Crash on Hwy. 12

    According to an Idaho State Police report on Saturday, March 16, at approximately 7:02 a.m. a fatal crash occurred on US 12 at milepost 58, seven miles west of Kamiah.

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