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Bailey Chipper Trucking
Trucking Company Engaged In Hauling Contractor Specialities
P.O. BOX F, Clarkia, ID 83812

Phone: (208) 245-2689  (208) 245-2689
 
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Buzzard's Roost Manufacturing
Trophies, Manufacturers
85th & Plum, Clarkia, ID 83812-0000

Phone: (208) 245-3608  (208) 245-3608
Phone: (208) 245-0124  (208) 245-0124
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Clarkia Better Highway District
Government Offices, City, Village & Township
PO Box D, Clarkia, ID 83812-0178

Phone: (208) 245-5097  (208) 245-5097
 
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Clarkia Free Library District
Libraries, Public
377 Poplar St, Clarkia, ID 83812-9603

Phone: (208) 245-2908  (208) 245-2908
 
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Clarkia Library District
Library
P.O. BOX 1126, Clarkia, ID 83812-1126

Phone: (208) 245-2908  (208) 245-2908
 
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Four Seasons Construction
Single Family House Construction
P.O. BOX 112, Clarkia, ID 83812

Phone: (208) 245-3540  (208) 245-3540
 
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Us Ag St Joe National Forest
Government, Forestry Services
Clarkia Work Center Hwy 3, Clarkia, ID 83812-0000

Phone: (208) 245-6068  (208) 245-6068
 
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US Post Office
Post Offices
179 Cedar St, Clarkia, ID 83812-9998

Phone: (208) 245-5287  (208) 245-5287
 
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Fri, 15 Aug 2014 17:05:45 GMT
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Sun, 17 Aug 2014 15:18:40 GMT
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Wed, 13 Aug 2014 18:10:49 GMT
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Thu, 14 Aug 2014 20:51:06 GMT
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Thu, 07 Aug 2014 22:16:21 GMT
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Sun, 17 Aug 2014 15:51:24 GMT
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Fri, 15 Aug 2014 14:14:47 GMT
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