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May 15, 2021                  Vol. 17 Issue 115


Published nightly, except Sunday, in Orofino, ID

Take a stroll through an Orofino neighborhood
Take a leisurely photo stroll through an Orofino neighborhood and see what you may enjoy, discover and miss. See the photos...

Lady Maniac Softball Team ends season in play-off game in Nampa
Orofino Junior/Senior High School's Lady Maniac Softball Team ended their season Saturday in a 12-0 loss to the Bear Lake Bears in a play-off game in Nampa. See the photos...

Orofino Planning & Zoning to discuss public zone, camping ordinance
Orofino Planning and Zoning Commission will hold their regular public meeting Tuesday, May 18, in the City Council Chambers, 217 First St., at 6 p.m. See the info...

Beware: Burn piles from the fall may still be smoldering; some have gone into flames
COEUR d'ALENE - Every fall, many forest landowners gather up branches/slash from logging activities and burn large piles. See the article and photos...

Editor's note: As the discussion continues concerning the best way to save the dwindling salmon of the Northwest, politicians, tribes and individuals weigh-in with their perspectives on the issue. One thing everyone seems to agree on is that the salmon are worth saving, it is the 'how' where the differences are found. This week in particular, Washington's governor and US Senator Patty Murray issued a statement on the situation as they see it and the Nez Perce Tribe issued a response. The two perspectives are below in the order that they were issued.

Murray, Inslee issue statement on future of Columbia River Basin
SEATTLE, WA - U.S. Senator Patty Murray and Washington Governor Jay Inslee released the following joint statement Friday regarding the need for action on salmon and the future of the Columbia River Basin. See the statement...

Nez Perce Tribal leaders speak out in support of Simpson initiative, salmon survival
LAPWAI - Following statements from Washington's Governor and U.S Senators expressing opposition to Rep. Mike Simpson's (R-ID) proposal to honor treaty rights and save several species of salmon and steelhead on the verge of extinction, the Nez Perce Tribe immediately expressed disappointment in the notable absence of tangible solutions, recognition of the unique congressional opportunity before the Northwest, or acknowledgment of the dire situation that Columbia and Snake River salmon and steelhead face. See the response...

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Check out our Directory Page and see who might have the remedies for holes in your roof, faster Internet and great places to stay. See the page...

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You Could Be a Winner!
Join us for our 621st Clearwater History Trivia, a special feature to celebrate Clearwater Country's history and heritage. See the clue...

We Have a Winner!
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We Need Your Memories!
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"Keep trying. Keep trusting, Keep believing. Keep growing. Heaven is cheering you on today, tomorrow and forever." ---Jeffrey R. Holland

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