Agriculture Course Teaches Marketing

Jan 29th | 6pm | $5

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OROFINO, ID – Several upcoming courses will help  you learn how to market your agricultural products.  A series of workshops hosted by the University of Idaho Extension are geared toward helping landowners produce and market their agriculture products that are sold locally.  They’ll cover topics like soils, vegetable production, growing tree fruit, and many more.

Library Hosts Indigenous Film Series

February 5th | 2pm | Free

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KAMIAH, ID - Indigenous rights is the topic for a film series hosted by the Kamiah Community Library.  The series kicks off February 5th at 2:00 pm with the film In Light of Reverence.  The film originally aired on PBS and is carries the description “For Native Americans, the land is scared and akin to the world’s greatest cathedrals.  For others, the land should be used for industry and recreation.”

Last Day To Donate To Jackson Baldwin Auction

Supports Families With Medical Expenses

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LEWISTON, ID – Today is your last chance to get a donation to the Jackson’s Pay It Forward Auction.  Tickets to the auction are sold out, but you can still offer something of value to be auctioned off.  1,400 people will be perusing the tables on the 26th to get a treasure and help local families who need assistance paying for medical expenses.

Found: Gray Dog

Tom Belle Rd | Near Lapwai

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This dog was found on Tom Belle Road outside Lapwai.  It's currently in safe foster care with Zeus's Friends.  If it's yours, contact the group at 208-790-9170.  You'll have to provide proof of ownership before you can pick it up.

Parkway Watch DOGS Kick Off Party

Standing Room Only

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CLARKSTON, WA – Parkway Elementary School is working to get dads more involved in their kids’ education.  The kickoff party for Watch D.O.G.S. last night fed pizza to excited fathers and their kids.  Watch D.O.G.S. stands for Dads Of Great Students and is a way for dads to help volunteer and contribute more to their kids’ schools.

Lt. Gov. Skips Speech Over Concealed Weapons Concerns

No Threat Reported

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OLYMPIA, WA – Washington State’s Lieutenant Governor skipped the State of the State address because he felt vulnerable in a place where concealed carry is legal.  The Everett Herald reports Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib was supposed to preside over the meeting, but didn’t because citizens are allowed to carry concealed weapons in the public galleries.


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