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Boundary County Archives ~ September, 2015
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September 30
Studded snow tires legal beginning October 1: Snowstorms may not be part of the immediate weather forecast, but October 1 marks the date for legal use of studded snow tires in Idaho.
43 employers set for upcoming Job Fair in Post Falls: Forty-three employers will participate in the October 7 hiring event sponsored by the Idaho Department of Labor’s Kootenai County office.
Idaho Department of Labor seeks applicants for Industry Grants: The Idaho Department of Labor is launching a third round of industry sector grants of up to $250,000 each to help employers develop training solutions to fill skill gaps and address employment shortages.
September 29
NIC hosting program on Adult Basic Education and GED: North Idaho College is hosting a special informational program to answer questions about Adult Basic Education and the GED program.
September 27
Sheriff's Office announces recovery of body: Last Friday, September 25, the Boundary County Sheriff's Office announced that a body had been recovered from a remote region of Boundary County.
Local firefighters to sponsor National Fallen Firefighters Foundation observance: Every October, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) sponsors the official national tribute to all firefighters who died in the line of duty during the previous year.
September 23
Burn permits not being issued: Burn permits are not being issued in Boundary County at this time, according to information from the Idaho Department of Lands, with the exception of specific agricultural burns.
September 16
Highway 95 resurfacing project near Sagle cancelled for 2015: After being scheduled, then rescheduled, postponed, and then finally started, the on-again, off-again chip seal resurfacing project on six miles of U.S. Highway 95 near Sagle has now been cancelled for this year.
September 8
Parent Advisory Council works hard for school district students and staff: Everyone in the community knows about the School Board and district trustees, the Superintendent and the Parent / Teacher Organizations that are a part of individual schools; but what about the Parent Advisory Council?
Candidates filed for Bonners Ferry mayor, city council elections: City elections are coming up for Bonners Ferry in about two months. Set for Tuesday, November 3, this election will determine the mayor of Bonners Ferry, and will fill three of the four City Council positions.
September 4
22 employers set for upcoming hiring event in Post Falls: Twenty-two employers will participate in the September 9 hiring event sponsored by the Idaho Department of Labor at its Kootenai County office.
September 3
Parker Ridge Fire update: complete perimeter fireline will not be possible, but good progress continues: Fire activity and spread has been reduced considerably due to precipitation, cooler temperatures, and light winds.
September 1
New Superintendent Pflueger outlines vision, goals in speech to district employees: Gary Pflueger, the new Superintendent for Boundary County School District 101, met with all staff of the District yesterday, and there presented an address outlining his vision and goals for the school year, along with some of his philosophy as Superintendent.
Parker Ridge Fire update: Situation improving, overall fire danger continues: With recent rain and cooler weather, the situation at Boundary County's Parker Ridge Fire have improved.
Edith Marjorie King Robinson Ciskowski, December 24, 1918 ~ September 24, 2015
David Dean Lindholm, March 9, 1949 ~ September 15, 2015
Elizabeth Serene Stephens, March 9, 1942 ~ September 20, 2015
Richard Gordy Ousse, September 18, 1943 ~ September 22, 2015
Joy Eileen Walker Fagenstrom, July 12, 1921 ~ September 6, 2015
Dana A. DeRosier Cameron, November 9, 1957 ~ September 15, 2015
Sadie Amoth, April 4, 1932 ~ September 21, 2015
Florence Marie Reed, October 18, 1927 ~ September 04, 2015
Rehearsals underway for new play at the Pearl: Live theater continues to flourish in Boundary County. Paul Rawlings has announced an all-original play, entitled Good Good Day: An Evening of Words and Music, to be staged at the Pearl Theater in mid October.
Badger Cross Country improves at competitive regional meet in Missoula: An overnight trip to Missoula turned into a very productive morning for the Badger cross country teams on Saturday.
Photographs from some recent BFHS athletic events
Beginners Guide To Hunting posted on Fish And Game website: Never hunted? Don't worry, it's not as complicated as it may appear at first glance. Idaho Fish and Game has devoted a web page to help novices understand the basics, including what they need to get started, what game is available, and where to go.
Badger cross country improved at Farragut meet: Badger Cross Country took the first trip to Farragut State Park last Saturday to compete on what will be the district and state championship course.
Stopping poachers is just a phone call away: Hunting seasons are finally here, and the Idaho Fish and Game reminds people who spend time outdoors that they should reach for a phone whenever they witness a violation of fish and game laws.
Coho salmon season ends September 18: Were you getting all your Coho gear ready and looking for a free weekend in your schedule to hit the Clearwater and try your hand at landing some Coho?
Badger Cross Country at Post Falls Invitational: The 2015 cross country season is officially underway. After tolerating a week of heavy smoke, the rain finally came through leaving outstanding conditions for running at Kiwanis Park in Post Falls.
Wolf trapping certification courses scheduled: Idaho rules require prospective wolf trappers to successfully complete a Wolf Trapper Certification course before they can purchase wolf trapping tags.
Fish and Game euthanizes bear in McCall area believed to have bitten firefighter: Idaho Fish and Game personnel trapped and euthanized a male black bear in the McCall area Wednesday, September 2 that is believed to have bitten a sleeping firefighter on Tuesday night.
Boundary County Sports Photos: These days, there is some kind of sports action going on every day of the week in Boundary County.  It's hard to keep up with everything, but here are a few photos of some of the sporting events taking place over the last week or so in our area.
Fish and Game releases fish stocking schedule for Boundary County: Hmmm ... where to go fishing this month?
Not enough state road funds reaching local area: Regarding the recent Highway 95 chip seal projects.
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