contact us place classified view classified ads entertainment news categories go to arts and events news go to outdoors and recreation news go to junior steelheads news main news categories go to letters and viewpoints go to sports and school news go to births, deaths, court records public notices community news categories go to groups news go to info desk and health go to agendas and community calendar go to announcements
Advertisting Index

Back to Front Page


We don't want our readers to miss anything in the print edition, so here are links to this week's advertising circulars and a convenient summary of this week's ads, organized according to category. Want to know more? We have provided links for further information if the advertiser supplied it.


This Week's Pull-Out Ads

rite aid

Spring Break Activities

mccall’s activity barn SPRING BREAK SPECIAL

Lift-served Snow Tubing Buy One, Get One FREE 2 - Hour Tubing Sessions. Open Daily March 27 - 31, Visit for details. REGULAR HOURS FRIDAY: 4 PM – 8 PM SATURDAY: 10 AM – 8 PM SUNDAY: NOON – 4 PM ENJOY OUR 5K GROOMED TRAIL FOR FREE! DOG FRIENDLY! Snowshoeing, XC Skiing, Fat Biking. For group pricing please contact The Activity Barn at Hungry? Grab a bite to eat at Bruno’s Bungalow @ Activity Barn! The Bungalow offers pulled pork sandwiches & nachos, chili, delicious street tacos, all-beef hot dogs, grilled cheese, hot chocolate, and a variety of other treats. Beer on tap! 141 Moonridge Drive • McCall, ID 83638 tfn

Happy Spring Break from Pueblo Lindo!

Specials Every Day 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. 7 Days a Week. Pueblo Lindo 1007 W. Lake St. • Next to Brundage Inn • McCall 634-2270 3/30

Spring Break Lunch & A Movie

Join us for lunch in the Narrows Grill followed by the feature movie of the day in The Theater at Shore Lodge. $10 per child. Showtime at 1 p.m. For movie schedule, go to Children 12 & under are welcome to participate. Children 6 & under must be accompanied by an adult. Price includes: children’s menu, soft drink & a movie. Tax & gratuity not included. Reservations are recommended. To reserve your spot call Concierge Services 208.630.0274. 3/23

Kiddie Cinema Two Showings Every Saturday

1 p.m. and 4 p.m. $3/Child, $1/Parent . Must be accompanied by an adult. Retro Wednesday Movie 4 P.M. Call for Details. Broken Spoke, 319 N. 3rd St. Under InCahoots BBQ McCall (208) 271-6867


Make me an instrument Spring Concert

Performed by the McCall Concert Singers and the McCall Chamber Orchestra. Saturday, April 1, 3 p.m. & 7 p.m. Community Congregational Church, 901 1st St. McCall. Free admission, donations welcome. Details at A production of The McCall Music Society. 3/30

Dining / Nightlife / Entertainment

Bear’s Den - Dinner After Dark at Brundage Mountain

An Alpine Adventure for Your Appetite Includes: • Comfortable and adventurous round-trip SnowCat ride to the venue. • Four-course meal, with wine pairing, at the cozy Bear’s Den, located mid-mountain. Space limited - now taking reservations for Thursday, March 30 & Friday, April 14. $129 per person includes tax and gratuity. Reservations required. Call Michael at 360-620-7100 or e-mail The Bear’s Den - Dinner After Dark experience can also be booked for private groups. 3/23

The Last Revel Live!

Presented by the McCall Folklore Society, Friday, March 24th at the Alpine Playhouse. Doors @ 6 p.m., music @ 7 p.m., limited tickets. $10 advance tickets, $12/door. Get advance tickets at Albertson’s Market in McCall or online at 3/23

Why Stay Home?

Watch NBA & College Hoops at McCall Brewing Co. 807 N. 3rd. St. • Downtown • 634-3309 Open Every Day at 11 a.m. tfn

this week’s specials at Old Town Market

PABST BLUE RIBBON 24 PACK, $14.69. COORS ORIGINAL 30 PACK, $22.99. Lunch Special: Hawaiian Burger with Fries $7.50. Breakfast Special: 1/2 Order Biscuits & Gravy, 1 Egg, 2 Bacon Strips $4.99. F’real Shakes $2.99 • We Have Soft Serve Ice Cream! Winter Hours: Daily Store Hours: 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Daily Cafe Hours: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pumps Open 24 Hours • Debit/Credit Cards Accepted. Old Town Market, 507 N. Third St. • McCall • 634-2016 tfn

Now serving Krispy Crunchy Chicken, Cajun Recipe

Howdy’s Pumps Open 24 Hours With Credit Card. Highway 55. North End of Cascade 382-6712. Open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. tfn

Baja Beef Burritos 75¢ Off at Harpo’s

Pumps Open 24 Hours With Credit Card Harpo’s. Open 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Highway 55 South End of Cascade 382-3181 tfn

Incahoots Spring Hours:

Tues-Thu, 11-7; Fri & Sat 11-9. • Smoked Prime Rib Fridays • Daily Lunch Specials under $10 • Happy Hour Daily 3-6 • Smoked meats by the pound • Salads/Desserts/Soups • Dine in/Take out. 319 N 3rd St. • McCall 634-5BBQ / 3/23

Back To Index/Menu


This week’s events at Brundage Mountain Resort

BUDDY BONUS DAY - EVERY WEDNESDAY • Brundage pass holders can bring a friend for $30 • Bogus pass holders receive full-day lift tickets for $30. Spring Break Special: Buy one full-priced all-mountain Adult or Senior lift ticket and get one free same-day lift ticket for a child 17 & under.Monday, March 27 – Friday, March 31. Gimme a Break Day: Kids 17 and under get FREE lift tickets. Sunday, March 26. Celebrate Family Day: Purchase one full-day adult lift ticket and the rest of the family skis for FREE. Sunday, April 22. 2017-2018 Season Pass Sale: Buy Now and Save up to $150 and get Spring 2017 for FREE! Details at Details at tfn


If you’ve always wanted to try snowmobiling but were leery of the DIY approach, our experienced guides will take you into the pristine Payette Forest backcountry for full-day or half-day tours. Our fleet of new Ski-Doo Renegades and Summits are available to rent for self-guided outings. Guided Full-Day: $295 plus tax | Guided Half-Day: $235 plus tax Jackets, pants and helmets included | Reservations required (208) 315-3080 | 3/23

It’s The Playoffs, Baby!

Idaho Jr. Steelheads.VS. Tahoe Icemen. Northwest Division Semi-Finals Best 2 Out Of 3 Series. Friday & Saturday, March 24-25, 7 p.m. Sunday, March 26, 2 p.m. (If Necessary) Manchester Ice & Event Centre. Tickets On Sale At Albertsons Or At The Rink After 1 p.m. $10 Adults • $6 Seniors • $5 Youths • Under 12 Free 634-3570 3/23

Come learn How to SUP, surf and kayak for free

Kelly’s Whitewater Park offers 10 hours of free lessons to Valley County students grades 5-12 (you need to be going into 5th grade in September to qualify). Sign up at 3/30


Nampa, Idaho March 25 & 26 FORD IDAHO CENTER 16200 Idaho Center Blvd Nampa, Idaho (Exit. 38) Sat. 9-6 & Sun. 9-3 (208) 746-5555 GUN SHOW Nampa, IdahoMarch 25 & 26 FORD IDAHO CENTER 16200 Idaho Center Blvd Nampa, Idaho (Exit. 38) Sat. 9-6 & Sun. 9-3 (208) 746-5555 3/23

Sales Events

Toyota 1 for everyone sales event

2017 Corolla S Lease for Only $149/mo. for 36 mos. 2017 RAV4 LE Lease for Only $199 for 36 mos. /mo. Offer ends 4/3/17. Every new Toyota comes with *ToyotaCare covers normal factory scheduled service. Tom Scott Toyota 15933 Idaho Center Blvd. • Nampa, ID. See full offer terms at Sales (208) 455-2272 • Service (208) 454-5354 • Parts (208) 454-5333 Just off I-84 at Exit 38 in Nampa OPEN SUNDAYS 3/23

Back To Index/Menu


Need A New Roof? Roof Leaking?

Contact Idaho Roofing Contractors • Residential and Commercial • Structural Repairs • Metal Roofing • Asphalt Shingles • Low Slope and Flat Roofing We offer financing with no down payments and low monthly payments Your one stop resource for all your roofing needs 50 year limited Platinum Protection Warranties Serving All Of Central and Southern Idaho Idaho’s Platinum Roofing Contractor (208) 941-4881 tfn

A building that stands out in the storm

Morton Buildings stands behind you in the aftermath of a storm with the strongest, non-prorated warranty in the industry, backed by a 50 year snow load warranty with no weight limit. Garage • Farm • Equestrian • Commercial. Call (208) 716-8936 or visit Morton Buildings at 3/30

Pet Vaccination Special

Saturday, April 8, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.No Appointment Necessary• Rabies - $15• Dogs: Distemper/Parvo/Lepto/Adenovirus/Para-Influenza - $18• Bordatela (Kennel Cough) $16• Cats: Panleuk Rhino/Calici - $18. Feline Leukemia - $20• Rattlesnake/Lyme Disease - $20• Cascade Dog Licenses For Sale. You know what they say: “an ounce of prevention. . .”Protect your precious pet! Cascade Veterinary Clinic Dr. Keith Ruble, DVM935 S. Hwy 55 • Cascade • 382-4590 4/6

You have the power to save energy & money.

Enjoy energy savings and get $750 cash back from Idaho Power. Turn off your baseboard or wall units and turn on a ductless heat pump. Live comfortably. Save money. More information at 3/23

We Are Growing!

McCall Real Estate Team Dave Carter 208.315.2472 • Will Minshall 208.315.5834 • Sasha Childs 208.866.1261 • Darrin Boylard 208.315.0756 5/4

Shop Local for Remodels & New Construction

We Sell & Install Window Coverings From Hunter Douglas. Hardwood • Carpet • Tile • Vinyl • Laminates. Adventure Floors • 135 Commerce St. • McCall 634-3115 • 3/23

Back To Index/Menu


Adopt a Friend Fur Life

See this month’s featured pets HERE.

Payette Lakes Ski Club sends a big THANK YOU

to our community after a great 2016-2017 season! The Little Ski Hill and Bear Basin Nordic Center are thriving because of your generous support! Our hearts are full, therefor we must gratefully recognize anyone and everyone who donated time and treasure to make the Little Ski Hill a thriving community hub this season. It takes a lot of us! Way to send us into our 80th year of providing affordable winter recreation! 3/23

McCall Local Option Tax Funding Applications Now Open!

The Local Option Tax Commission is accepting requests until 5p.m. on Friday, April 28, 2017, for the use of revenue that is anticipated to be collected during FY18. All groups or individuals wishing to make a request for the use of the funds will need to complete and turn in a Request for Funding Application, a W-9, and proof of registration with the State of Idaho. Eligible categories for the use of the funds include: •Streets, sidewalks and pathways, public transit, pedestrian crosswalks and transportation •Construction and maintenance of cultural andrecreational facilities, including the McCallMunicipal Golf Course and Library •Recreational and cultural activities includingbut not limited to library, community art andcultural events •Parks maintenance, development andbeautification •Animal shelters such as MCPAWS •Direct costs to collect and enforce the tax •Marketing, advertising, tourism developmentand event promotion. Applications for funding requests are available at McCall City Hall and from the City’s Web site Completed applications must be received by the McCall City Clerk’s office by 5 p.m. on April 28, 2017. Applications received after that date will not be eligible for consideration. For more information, please contact Julia Berheim, 634-8929 or BessieJo Wagner, 634- 4874. 4/13

I would like to extend a heartfelt thank-you to the following:

All first responding personnel who came to the aid of my wife Pat on Feb. 28, 2017, at our McCall home. Doctors and hospital personnel who cared for her and gave me comfort and assistance. Friends and neighbors who came to my house, her funeral, gave money to MCPAWS, Heartland Hunger or gave me comfort with kind words, a handshake or a hug. Father Steve and all the helpers at Our Lady of the Lake, as they gave us a funeral for Pat I know she would have approved of. God bless you all, Tom, Ron & Sara Lawson McCall & Boise 3/23

Back To Index/Menu
Back To Front Page