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St. Maries Railroad Avenue will be at least partially repaved this year after approval of funds from the Local Highway Technical Assistance Council.

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Those looking for summer activities at their local church can visit one or more Vacation Bible Schools (VBS) happening this month.

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The City of St. Maries will hold an informational meeting regarding the coming construction project on College Avenue. The meeting is June 15 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at City Hall. Contact the city at (208)-245-2577 with questions.

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The decision by Kootenai School District to not re-hire a retired teacher generated an unusually high turnout for a special meeting regarding the decision.

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Free Fishing Day is June 12, and anyone can enjoy a day of fishing without a fishing license, but all other rules still apply. 

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The Valedictorian and Salutatorian at Lakeside High School recently selected teachers who they said had the most impact on their high school careers.

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The county auto license office may see a move to the Federal Building if the County Assessor’s proposal is approved by commissioners.

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After twelve years of discussion an approximately one-mile section of road, Railroad Avenue, St. Maries, might get paved as scheduled for this year.

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Students of the Month for the month of May at the Heyburn Elementary included Elsie Flesher, Finnely Stoltzfus, Mari Suchoski, Brantley Muster, Henry Tucker, Justice Whipple, Sydney Thornton, Raymond Hossfeld, Tyler Haley, Mason Pugh, Paislee Turner, Aubree Rogers, Leonard Clark, Easton Nich…

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County Commissioners will be taking time to hear from various county offices in anticipation of additional budget requirements due to growth in the county spurred by the pandemic.

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Idaho is famous for its fishing, and the spotlight often shines brightest on its trout, steelhead and salmon fisheries. While trout are consistently ranked as Idaho’s favorite gamefish, angler surveys have long shown that bass rank as a close second. That’s not surprising considering Idaho h…

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One man was killed in a UTV accident, while another survived with minor injuries, after they crashed into the St. Joe River, May 21.