Grangeville Country Club moved forward with the second step of a major water project that is being funded through Orrin Webb estate money.
Grangeville won a match reminiscent of the Central Idaho League rivalry games on Monday night, Sept. 26, defeating the host Kubs in five sets (22-25, 25-6, 25-23, 25-27, 15-10).
Grangeville senior Luke Stokes likes running the sweep, where he can get out behind blockers including Justin Fogleman, who buried a defensive back to spring Stokes for a big run last Friday night.
Ciara Chaffee, Kendra Duclos, Kylie Tidwell and Jacey Rambo all placed for Prairie during last week’s cross-country run at Moscow, as Chaffee, Duclos and Rambo all cracked the top-10 in the underclassmen section of the 5,000 meter Bob Weisel course at at the Moscow Elks Golf Course. Tidwell placed seventh among juniors and seniors (25:29), while Chaffee (23:53), Rambo (24:02) and Duclos (24:49) posted competitive times in the younger division.
GHS special teams made three key plays as Grangeville beat Parma 44-21 last Friday night, Sept. 23.
Grangeville’s Saturday, Sept. 24 visit to St. Maries may turn into a preview of the Bulldogs’ first district tournament game in a couple weeks. GHS played the Lumberjacks to a 2-2 tie.
Prairie tallied almost instantly last Friday night, Sept. 23, with quarterback Spencer Schumacher stepping into the end zone with the first of his three rushing touchdowns less than one minute into the game, according to PHS stats.
Fall softball clinic set; Cottonwood night shoot starts Oct. 12; Steelhead count runs at seven-year low.
Earlier this month, Active Network, the Texas-based company that owns and operates Idaho Fish and Game’s hunting and fishing license system, announced it will offer identity theft services to license buyers whose personal information may have been compromised last month.
Eight former WaterOz employees have come together as partner-owners of a new business in the Clearwater area—Clearwater River Supplements—also known as CR Supplements, LLC outside of Grangeville, near Stites.
Customers will notice some changes at Oscar’s Restaurant, located on Grangeville’s Main Street, this week.
The popcorn is back! For the first time in several years, Cub Scouts in Pack 555 will be selling the Boy Scouts of America popcorn treats to help fund their local activities.
Public comment is being taken through Sept. 30 on a proposed rule that would regulate non-reducible, oversized shipments on a nearly 100-mile section of U.S. Highway 12, from milepost 75.2 (close to the junction of U.S. 12 and State Highway 13) to milepost 174.4 (the Idaho/Montana state line).
Up until about a month ago, seniors in Cottonwood would gather weekly at the Cottonwood Community Church. The Prairie Senior Citizens officially made their transition to the basement of Cottonwood Community Hall after the city recently finished major renovations. About 35 area residents gathered Sept. 20 for a hot meal and conversation. Friends updated each other on family news and reminisced.
My sweet ’16 quote of the week is “The most attractive thing about you should have less to do with your face and body…and more to do with your heart and how you treat people.” Happy autumn! Wow! The colors are changing from green to red, orange, gold, and brown. Take some time to take a drive up the river or into the canyon or up into the mountains; beauty is everywhere.
Seasons are changing and the fall colors are beautiful. The cooler weather is calling the hunters and people are doing the final cleanup around their houses before winter sets in. Along with that, as a senior project, Frankie Zumwalt raffled off two cords of red fir fire wood, split and delivered to the winner, Dion Heckman. Frankie raised around $700 for the youth wrestling program. This money will be used to pay for the youths that can’t afford to wrestle. Thanks for supporting this project.
Tahoe QRU will host their annual apple cider squeezing at their facility, 786 Leitch Creek Road, seven miles east of Kooskia, 9 a.m. until noon. Have apples at their facility by 11:30 a.m. The presses are manual, which means someone has to turn the handle and it takes a while. Do not bring a truckload of apples.
10 YEARS AGO September 27, 2006 •RIGGINS - A newly formed advisory commission will focus proactive efforts on planning for growth and development in the city of Riggins.
After much trouble with my computer and the Internet this summer, I think I have all the bugs worked out. I hope to have an article each week from now on. I apologize to anyone who did not get their article included in my column.
There will be a taco feed and dessert auction to raise money for the Sew Help Me Quilters Quilts of Valor projects. It will be at the Elk City School at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29. Elk City School will also have a taco seasoning which will be for sale at the taco feed. The money raised will be used for field trips and eighth-grade graduation. This will be a good opportunity to connect with people you haven’t seen all summer, meet new people, and help two great groups.