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Dworshak Dam dedicates new Red, White and Blue Dam lights in honor of recently deceased employee

AHSAHKA, ID - The family of Eric Engle and staff of Dworshak Dam would like to honor our recently passed co-worker by dedicating the new Red, White and Blue Dam lights in his honor. Eric was involved with the installation of these lights and was very proud of the new look of the dam. Eric was a proud, patriotic veteran that loved his country and loved his community. These lights will serve to honor his memory at this dam and in the community he so loved. We all miss you.
AHSAHKA, ID
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Border Days returns, but attendance may be lacking

GRANGEVILLE — High fuel prices have knocked back the number of cowboys planning to ride in this weekend’s Border Days Rodeo in Grangeville. Wade Peterson, chairman of the Border Days committee said contestant numbers are down for today’s and Sunday’s performances. Saturday’s show is expected to be the biggest of the three.
GRANGEVILLE, ID
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Dworshak employee found dead

An employee at Dworshak Dam near Orofino was found dead at the dam Thursday. According to officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Corps is working with the Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office and is awaiting the results of a medical examination to determine the cause of death.
OROFINO, ID
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Dworshak Reservoir At Full Pool For Holiday Weekend

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports that Dworshak Reservoir near Orofino is ready for the busy holiday weekend. The reservoir is at full pool and all of the boat ramps and campgrounds are open. Fireworks are banned at Dworshak and authorities will be patrolling the reservoir. The corps is reminding boaters to be mindful of floating woody debris in the water.
OROFINO, ID
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Jury still out on new insurance plan for schools

When Idaho lawmakers approved a $105 million increase in school health insurance funding earlier this year, they hoped it would boost take-home pay for thousands of teachers across the state. The move provided a nearly 50% increase in state support for school health insurance costs. It averaged about $4,100 per...
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Finally time for some fun

WINCHESTER — This year for the first time in more than two decades, Cindy and Mike Pratt, grand marshals of the Winchester Days celebration, will be able to join in the festivities. In the past, the couple stayed busy throughout the year as owners of Marshall’s Meat Center, one...
WINCHESTER, ID
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