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This last Friday was a wonderful day. The last item from the yard sale, a sofa we marked FREE and set out by the building was picked up. Whoever picked it up, “Thank you”. It was great because none of us could lift it to take it away. Enjoy the sofa but it does need a new leg.

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We watched the thunderstorm growing, building, off to the west. As we sat on our tailgates sipping coffee and wishing we could be inside at the Mule Barn counter, we just sipped and looked in awe.

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The May meeting of the Lewis County Historical Society will be held on Monday, May 17, at 1 p.m. in the Nezperce Community Center located at 602 4th Ave. 

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News from Harper Chiropractic this week goes like this: We continue to be busy in the office, our Virtual Consultations are picking up and we are seeing patients from a distance coming to the area to seek treatment. It is a great option, not only for the patient at a distance, but it gives u…

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Drivers across the Eastern seaboard are bracing for higher gas prices in the aftermath of a cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline, but the effects aren’t likely to be felt here in Idaho. While demand is pushing pump prices higher across the country, AAA says that the Gem State doesn’t rely on…

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The Clearwater Memorial Public Library is open regular hours, to all patrons, Monday through Saturday. Masks are required, and hand sanitizers are dispensed throughout the library for your use. We have three computers available for use, appointments are recommended, especially if you need th…

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At first glance, Idaho gas prices were stable this week, with the state average increasing by just two cents. But things were much more volatile at the local level, with significant price jumps in some areas and little or no movement in others.

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It’s May! Hope you all enjoyed a wonderful May Day. Our craft this week at the Clearwater Memorial Public Library is BUGS. All kinds of bugs. Stop in anytime and pick up a kit or two.  We usually have a few from the previous week if you missed out.

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Fifty years ago I entered a fantastic new phase of my life. I was blessed with an adopted son, the first of five children God placed in my life. In less than a month I will be celebrating his 50th birthday along with his extended family and friends! I couldn’t feel more blessed and, as an ol…

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Larry Phillips has a special look about him these days. Oh, he’s a happy enough guy anyway. Has Sharon and the kids and is proud of all of them. His job’s not bad and he makes a living. Bowling on Tuesday nights, that sort of thing.

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Dr. Harper and I spent the weekend in Boise at the State Chiropractic Convention. It is always fun to connect with fellow Chiro’s from around the State. Dr Harper is always concerned about Legislation, Scope of Practice and anything that affects his profession, so it is a great time to meet …

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The first annual Lakeview Writers’ Festival is scheduled to be held on Saturday, June 12, at the Dent Acres Campground pavilion. The featured presenter is Brandon Schrand.

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced this week the federal deadline for REAL ID, Idaho’s Star Card enforcement, is extended to May 3, 2023 due to COVID-19. The pandemic has impacted states’ ability to issue REAL ID compliant IDs with many driver’s license agencies operati…

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A PLAY (Public Land Access Year-round) regular monthly meeting will be held at the Ponderosa Banquet Room at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 6.

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Last week in the clinic seemed to fly by. We continue to be busy with patients, which is always a good thing. Dr. Harper is looking forward to his summer schedule which will see him working Monday thru Thursday 9 a.m.-5 p.m. He will be taking Fridays off and we are looking forward to another…

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April is almost over and with those “April showers” our May flowers are coming here at the Clearwater Memorial Public Library. This week’s craft is a flower garden. And don’t forget that Saturday is May Day. Does anyone remember and still leave anonymous May baskets on neighbor’s doors?

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The Friends of Elk City Wagon Road will meet this Saturday, May 1, at the Clearwater Grange Hall. The meeting is at 11 a.m., followed by a potluck lunch.

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The Lolo Trail Muzzleloader Club is holding their Annual Spring Fling this Saturday, May 1. This is a black powder, patched, and round ball firearms event and we are inviting shooters, spectators, and traders to come join us for a fun filled day. The main events are a rifle/pistol trail walk…

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Spring has officially arrived at our house. The arrival of spring isn’t signified by “springing ahead” with the clocks, the budding of flowers, or even the calendar announcing it’s the first day of spring. To my family, the occurrence that signals spring the most is the arrival of the little…

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Wow, what a week. We had the Big Guys at the mealsite Tuesday. 15 people enjoyed the music. It was wonderful listening to and we even had a few songs we sang along with. They are such a blessing. Thank you.

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It was sure nice, Windy thought. Just sitting out here in Mamie’s yard with my dog, Ramses, and some refreshments Mamie brought out that did not include raw meat or vegetables no one could pronounce.

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KrisAnne Hall will be at the Life Center, 4432 Hwy 12, Kamiah, on Saturday, May 8, from 9 to 11 a.m. She will be speaking on State Sovereignty.

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The North Central Idaho Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) is scheduled to meet April 23, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. (Pacific Time) and April 26, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.  The meetings will be held in a virtual teams environment. The meeting is open to the public. 

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Idaho gas prices are once again on the move, albeit slightly. According to AAA, the state average was up two cents this week, the result of rising fuel demand and climbing crude oil prices. Idaho is one of 16 states that saw prices fluctuate by a penny or two this week, while 27 state averag…

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Volunteers will meet at the Clearwater Grange Hall to clean the Main Street and Sally Ann Road of winter garbage. Meet at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 24 at the Grange Hall, 8:30 a.m. for coffee and goodies.

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Rotary’s regular Friday noon meeting was held April 9, at the Ponderosa, as well as on Zoom. Jordyn Howell from the Clearwater County Chamber of Commerce spoke of the benefits of including all communities in Clearwater County. For more news on the Chamber, see page 1 of this issue.

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Denim Day is celebrated every April each year. Though the exact date is movable, the upcoming celebration will be held on the 28th of April.

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Like a doctor removing something important, Herb Collins gently peeled the wrapper back from the root ball and tenderly placed the baby tree in the hole. Then he stood and walked around it to see which way he should align it. Actually, looks pretty good just the way it is.

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Just learned that we have had a gardener on site for years and she is quietly taking care of a small 5 x 5 garden at the side of the building. She planted the flowers and shrubs so that it would be a beautiful little place any time of year.

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This week promises to be another exciting week here at the office! We have our Clinic Class on Tuesday evening, the 20th at 6 p.m. This month Dr. Harper will be talking about using ozone at home. The ease, the safety and the tremendous benefits you can get from several different methods of d…

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The Idaho Transportation Department’s Office of Highway Safety (OHS) is joining other state highway safety offices and law enforcement agencies across the country to keep our communities safe with engaged driving. This is part of a nationwide effort called Connect to Disconnect.

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The Upriver Youth Leadership Council (UYLC), Youth Advisory Board (YAB), UYLC Recovery, and the Life Center will be hosting Seventh Day Slumber for a Christian Rock concert at the Life Center in Kamiah on Tuesday, April 20. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the concert starts at 6 p.m. Admission is $5.