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Weippe Library’s Summer Reading Program starts Wednesday, July 3, 1 p.m. Diane and Greg Gerot will be the hosts. Participants will learn an original song by Diane and have fun painting stars. Theme this year is Universe of Stories.

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The Weippe Wesleyan Church offered a dinner Saturday evening of pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans and cole slaw. Afterwards there was a desert auction, which provided lots of laughter along with delicious pies, cakes, cinnamon rolls, cookies and more. People were generous with the bidding …

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The children of Tom and Bonnie Wright invite you to a celebration of their parents 50th Wedding Anniversary on Sunday, June 23 at 1 p.m. in Weippe Wesleyan Church Fellowship Hall. Ham, scalloped potatoes, buns and cake will be provided. Do bring a side dish to share in this special event in …

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A graveside service for Henry (Hank) VanCorbach will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, June 16 at the Pierce Cemetery.  Following the graveside service there will be a potluck at Faith Lutheran Church in Pierce.  Meat will be provided, salads or desserts appreciated. 

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Cool but dry weather prevailed for the 19th annual Retreat to Weippe held on May 25. The race results are shown with the fastest time recorded first in each age group. Overall and age division winners received awards, and participant prizes were given our at the post race party. Team winner …

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There will be a Genealogy Meeting at the Weippe Hilltop Museum, May 16 at 1 p.m.  Tammy Trieb will be helping you research your family history.  Come learn and have a good time.

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Vicki Jorgenson, Rebekah Reporter, sent this information: “The members of White Pine Rebekah Lodge bought and planted two lavender bushes as part of the organizations Living Legacy Program. This program began in 1989 when one of Rebekah’s National members noticed the number of dead or dying …

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There will be a genealogy meeting April 25, Thursday at the Weippe Hilltop Museum at 1 p.m. Tammy Trieb will be in charge, she is a super leader in the area and has helped many local people with their ancestry.  If you are interested in your family history come and let Tammy help you discove…

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REMINDERS! The Weippe Hilltop Museum’s first bake food sale is this Friday, yes, Good Friday, at the Museum from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be lots of goodies for the Easter weekend, surprises too.  We will be serving hot dogs, chili dogs with the fixins’ and drinks. 

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Molly Stanley sends word that the April meeting of the Wild Weippe Rodeo is this Friday, April 19, 7 p.m. at Weippe City Hall. She asks that you “please come with fundraising ideas and ways you can help our rodeo!”

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Weippe Hilltop Museum is having its first bake food sale of the year at the museum, April 19, Good Friday, 10 - 4. Come get some goodies for Easter weekend. We will also start to sell our tickets for our annual raffle. We have 30 or so items to raffle off that have been donated by local busi…

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A 40 fruit tree orchard on Lolo Creek Road, Weippe has mostly apple trees that survived the fire in 2015, but has been unattended since the fire. Ken Hart, Extension Educator from Lewis County, organized a pruning session with Tim McDonald of Harpster, the Orchardist who instructed the group.

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Due to some scheduling conflicts, the April rodeo meeting will be moved out a week. April meeting will be Friday, April 19, 7 p.m.

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The Dirty Fingers Garden Club will meet at the Weippe Library Thursday, March 28, 10:20. Bring any seeds, plants, books, anything garden related and your ideas to share.

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Timberline activities and events for the week include: Monday, Feb. 11, Junior High Volleyball at Highland at 4:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 12, Joint School District Spelling Bee at Orofino Elementary at 6 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 13, High School Boys Basketball Districts vs. Kendrick at 6 p.m. for …

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A Lifetime membership to the Weippe Hilltop Museum was presented to Millie Morris, Manager of the Elk Horn Bar, for all the many things she does for our Museum. She is always there to help with bake food sales, supplying a venue, ice, electricity and baked goodies. She always supports us by …

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Over Christmas break the library in Weippe hosted a fun event for kids and adults alike, designing with the use of the 3-D printer, cookie cutters which were then printed and used for making and baking cookies!

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We had a fun, family filled Christmas Eve and Day. My daughter and son-in-law came the Thursday before Christmas and left the Thursday after. We were invited to grandson’s Christmas Eve where granddaughter served a dinner of Lithuanian delicacies. She said it is traditional to serve 12 kinds…

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Jenni Tissell, the new Youth Services Librarian, will soon be on hand at the Weippe Library. Jenni and husband Craig have purchased property in the Weippe area and are in the process of moving. Coming attractions at the Library include Lego League, and Family Reading Night. Over the school C…

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Dayzi Dawn Daniel would like to announce the arrival of her little brother William Mik Daniel, born at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston on Nov. 30, 2018. William weighed in at 11 pounds 3 ounces and was 22 ½ inches long.

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Vickie Jorgenson is the reporter for the Rebekah Lodge and sent this information: The White Pine Rebekah Lodge has been a beehive of activity over the past couple of weeks. The members of lodge host and support families who need a place to meet and remember the life of loved ones who have go…

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Shelby Bird from Timberline High School presented handmade aprons to the members of White Pine Rebekah lodge as part of her Senior Project. The aprons came in various styles with lots of fun colors, many of them with matching hot pads. Each apron is embroidered identifying them as members of…

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It’s Family Reading Night at the Weippe Library! Thursday, Nov. 15, 6 p.m. There will be games, family fun and refreshments. Come meet Jenni Tissell, the new Youth Services Librarian.

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We have had great fun the last couple of weeks at the Museum. Halloween was fun with all the kids trick or treating in costume, getting their yummy ‘Hattie Miles” Popcorn balls home made by the Museum members. We had seven dozen popcorn balls and we handed them all out to 74 children and adu…

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This from Vicki, a Rebekah Lodge member… The community really came together last week in providing a last minute solution to offering the Idaho Food Pantry. The White Pine Rebekahs agreed to take the lead role but got lots of help from Jose Murrillo who recruited volunteers and Tressa Soles …

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Dyan Spence has retired from her job as Youth Librarian at Weippe Library. Dyan created youth programs which were always entertaining and fun! She also decorated the children’s section of the library in a colorful, original way, which the children admired and enjoyed…as did the adults! Thank…

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Weippe Wesleyan Church held a Halloween Festival at the Community Hall Saturday. The children came in costume, played games with prizes and in general enjoyed it immensely. There was a cake walk, with lots of cakes, cupcakes and cookies. Pastor Jim made the participants work for the cakes by…

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Nick Rhoads had a stroke recently that affected the upper left side of his body. He was in Sacred Heart for a few days, then was transferred to St. Luke’s rehab center in Spokane. He is now recovering at home and doing well. In fact, he is preparing to teach an EMT class in November. The cla…

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Dyan Spence is retiring as Youth Services Librarian at the Clearwater County District Library in Weippe. An open house celebration will be held for Dyan Tuesday, Oct. 9 from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Stop in for refreshments and wish Dyan a happy retirement. For more information call the library at 208…

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Lunch at the senior center Thursday will be sloppy Joes with vegetable, fruit and soup. Next Monday the cooks will be serving chicken tetrazzini, salad and fruit. Thursday, Sept. 27 will be Cooks Choice. All meals areserved with coffee, milk, tea or water and meals are subject change without…