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Lemhi County 4-H Style Revue, held Monday, August 11 in the Salmon Episcopal Church of the Redeemer Parish Hall, was the culmination of an afternoon of interviews on clothing construction, and modeling preparation.  The afternoon began with judging and interviews for each participant, where the 4-Her detailed the method of construction for their sewing project.  Divided into three judging group

Local painter and artist Nancy Houver won a Red Ribbon, a Judges Choice Blue Ribbon, and a Grand Class Reserve Champion at the Lemhi County Fair for her gorgeous acrylic painting "Cochin Hen".  Nancy has graciously agreed to donate limited edition, signed and numbered prints of her painting to the Salmon Public Library to help raise money for the New Library Building Fund.  Prints will

SALMON  — Projects aimed at improving native fish habitat, forest health and reclaiming closed mines in Central Idaho are paying off with benefits for the land and jobs and wages for local families.


That’s the bottom line of a report recently released by the grassroots organizations Salmon Valley Stewardship and Sustainable Northwest.


To complete her senior project, Emma Guzman will be starting a sign language class. The age group will be K-5th grade. Emma will be teaching beginning American Sign Language, will sign a book for the class and will assign simple signs for the kids to remember for the next class. The classes will be Fridays from 12:30-1:00 starting October 10th and ending October 31st.

Every parent wants their child to succeed, and one of the simplest ways you can ensure your child’s academic success is by making a quick trip to the library.

The 2014 season of the Lemhi County Farmers’ Market is nearing its close with the last day being 9/27/14.




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