|A work bee...
was held this past Sunday to begin clearing the way for the new 18 hole P.D.G.A approved disc golf course going in at the Buttles Road Park in Lewiston. Anyone will be able to use the course for free, and the plan is to have it ready to play on for the summer season. Thanks to everyone who showed up to volunteer and brought equipment to make the job easier.
Equalization report reflects drop in taxable value
The annual equalization report reflects a drop in taxable value for the county of about $2 million. >>
Habermehl expresses concerns over contract
for gasification plant at landfill meeting
Lyle VanWormer attempted to quell Cam Habermehl’s concerns about the potential gasification plant scenario. >>
Tigers shutout Fairview Eagles
The Hillman Tigers continued a successful season with back-to-back early shutouts against the Fairview Eagles on April 23. >>
Donald L. Bouchey
Geraldine M. Messina
Margaret L. Klein
Marcella A. Menendez
James B. Fullerton
Robert C. Berryhill
Richard L. Perkins
Edward A. King
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