Dear Editor, November 29th at the Idaho County Courthouse at 11:00 am the Idaho County Commissioners will have a hearing regarding the “validation” of the Milner Trail. Even a cursory search will reveal the long historical significance and use of this popular trail/road. It is at the heart of Grangeville’s history and existence. There is
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We need support of all outdoor enthusiasts not only from Idaho County, but everyone who recreates in our great state. Every day it seems like those of us in favor of multi-use of “OUR” outdoors, are under attack. Now is the time to stand up and take a stand. Today the most historic trail/road in
The Milner Trail closure issue is scheduled to be heard in Grangeville by the Idaho county commissioners on Tuesday, November 29 at 11 AM in the 2nd floor court room at the Idaho County Courthouse. Everyone who is interested in preserving public access that our County has enjoyed for more than 160 years should plan
Hi Members and Recreation Enthusiasts: Attached is our flyer about the upcoming hearing before the Idaho County Commission on the issue concerning the Milner Trail trail at the trailhead across from Fish Creek. A private owner has taken it up himself to install gates, and will lock them at some point, blocking this public trail.
Hi Idaho Pathfinders Members: A November meeting for Idaho Pathfinders Club is scheduled: WHEN: Wednesday, November 2, 2022. WHERE: Trails Restaurant – Meeting Room – Grangeville, Idaho TIME: 6pm Feel free to arrive early to order dinner. This meeting will probably be about an hour long, if that. We’ll look forward to seeing you then.
As of September 29 2022, our attorney has presented the Milner Trail petition to the Idaho County Commission. Now the slow process begins. Thank you for your patience. MARK YOUR CALENDARS The Milner Trail issue will be discussed on Tuesday Nov. 29 at Idaho County Courthouse in Grangeville. Time is to be determined at a
Hi Idaho Pathfinders Members: An October meeting is scheduled: WHEN: Wednesday, October 5th, 2022. WHERE: Trails Restaurant – Meeting Room – Grangeville, Idaho TIME: 6pm Feel free to arrive early to order dinner. We’ll look forward to seeing you then. Announced by Club President: Todd Stenzel
Strength in numbers translates to a STRONGER VOICE by WE THE PEOPLE. Idaho Pathfinders core efforts continue as we work “to keep trails open for public use”. This pledge in the bylaws of Idaho Pathfinders Association has been fiercely exercised through the past 20 years plus and now we are faced with a new battle
Hi Idaho Pathfinders Members: A September meeting is scheduled: WHEN: Wednesday, September 7, 2022. WHERE: Trails Restaurant – Meeting Room – Grangeville, Idaho TIME: 7pm Feel free to arrive early to order dinner. We’ll look forward to seeing you then. Announced by Club President: Todd Stenzel
Let’s talk about Historic Milner Trail. Originally carved out as a pack trail constructed by Mose Milner beginning in 1861 with a primary purpose to reach the mines further south. As early as July 8, 1872, the Proceedings of the County Commissioners contains the following: On Petition of F.A. Shearer for the trail running from
Dear Subscribing Members: Please join us for an evening of camaraderie among friends for our June meeting of the Idaho Pathfinders ATV Club. Meeting starts at: 7pm Where: The Trails Restaurant – Main Street Grangeville – Meeting Room. When: Wednesday June 1st. Room is reserved at 6pm for people who might like to come early
This message is to announce that the Idaho Pathfinders Association has opened a Post Office Box at the Grangeville Idaho post office. Therefore, our address has changed to: Idaho Pathfinders AssociationP.O. Box 714Grangeville ID 83530 Thank you Bob Hafer for getting the new PO Box for the club and thank you to Brenda Heckman for