The Clearwater-Potlatch Timber (C-PTPA) responded to two wildfires in the previous week. Both fires were in the Headquarters’ portion of our district and were stopped at a tenth of an acre each.
On Tuesday, Sept. 3, Connor Cox, Kylie Rowland, and Meredith Rowland, members of the Fraser Boosters 4-H Club, took down and stored the flags at the Fraser Cemetery that were up for the Labor Day holiday.
Pam Reichenberg, of Pierce, is undergoing cancer treatments and possible heart surgery. Quilt donations will be $1 for one ticket, or six tickets for $5. Pam is a former employee of the Pierce grocery store and a resident of Pierce for many years.
Crime In Clearwater County is a monthly column that features articles that have appeared in earlier editions of the Clearwater Tribune. This month’s feature first ran in the June 14, 1984, issue.The story is reprinted as it first appeared, including grammatical and spelling errors.
The Potlatch Loggers downed the Timberline Spartans in a three-quarter game Friday, Sept. 6 at Potlatch.
Orofino played the Asotin Panthers in a nonleague competition Friday, Sept. 6, on the Maniacs’ home field. Asotin kept Orofino scoreless.
Timberline’s Chasta Jared had nine kills and seven aces as the Timberline Spartans beat the Clearwater Valley Rams 25-16, 25-22, 25-23 in a nonleague match.
Plot: Twenty-seven years after their first encounter with the terrifying Pennywise, the Losers Club have grown up and moved away, until a devastating phone call brings them back.