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Making It Straight: Forest Service to rearrange Crooked River

The H&H Mining Company’s dredging during the late 1930s and early 1940s rearranged Crooked River, leaving a two-mile legacy of “meanders” that the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests now intend to undo. Public access to the area will be limited for up to six years after the work begins, during which the mine tailings will be moved to make way for 64 acres of wetlands in the floodplains astride more than 10,000 feet of channels slated for reconstruction.

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Rundown runway set for $8 million reconstruction

Feds to fund 90 percent; project tentative to begin in July; closed to fixed-wing aircraft into fall.

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Kooskia Missoula Children’s Theater Presents Aladdin

For the first time in many years, Missoula Children’s Theater, Inc. was brought back to the Clearwater Valley this past week with the performance of Aladdin on Saturday, Feb. 21.

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2A girls basketball GHS tops Wendell in OT

Sarah Wilson’s late layup against Wendell came in the flow of a frantic comeback and gave GHS a chance to play for third place.

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1AD1 girls basketball: Pirates power through to second place

Prairie’s 1AD1 state tournament featured one hotly-contested game — the Pirates’ title game against Lapwai last Saturday, Feb. 21, at the Ford Idaho Center. But even that one cooled a bit after the Wildcats began to pull away behind four double-digit scorers.

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    State wrestling tournament results: Saturday evening results

    Grangeville's Shaydn Wassmuth (195) and Kamiah's Zach Wilkins (152) both reached their respective finals with wins on Saturday morning at the 2A state wrestling tournament.

    Grangeville clobbers New Plymouth, books return to 2A tourney

    Michael Wilson put up 20 points in a crucial stop on Grangeville's road back to the 2A boys basketball state tournament. St. Maries claimed the north's top seed by winning the district championship earlier in the week, but GHS extended its season with a 60-35 victory over New Plymouth Saturday afternoon.

    Win over Orofino propels GHS to play-in game

    Orofino nicked Grangeville twice in the final three meetings between the Central Idaho League rivals, but only the last one counted -- and after falling to the Maniacs earlier in the tournament, GHS took the 2A District I-II consolation playoff 47-40 to set up a meeting with District III's third best team, New Plymouth, at 1 p.m. MT in McCall, Saturday, Feb. 28.

    Lapwai tops Prairie in district title game

    Seven lead changes during the first half signaled a close game, but for much of the contest, Lapwai stood firmly in control of the 1AD1 District II boys district title game Friday night at the LCSC Activity Center. During the short stretches when the Pirates' shots were falling, Prairie evened up the game -- but a bit of treachery in the Pirates' shooting touch combined with timely shooting by the Wildcats allowed Lapwai to sustain scoring runs up to double-digit leads early and late in the game.