The Idaho Department of Fish and Game on Wednesday announced it has temporarily suspended the sale of licenses and tags online after being notified that its online license vendor’s computer system was breached. The State of Idaho online licensing system will be down indefinitely until state officials can ensure the public’s information will be secure.
Next level athletes
Prairie Pirates softball standout Hailey Danly — a talented setter with the PHS volleyball program — is headed to Walla Walla Community College for college softball and pre-engineering.
Football season opens Friday at Moscow; Volleyball opens at Kendrick Thursday, home opener Sept. 1; Soccer squad to meet Intermountain foes halfway, at Orofino; 2016 KYRO youth football, cheer sign-ups set; GEMS football, Lions Youth Football start this week; Fall hunter ed class starts soon.
The 2016-2017 bowling season is just around the corner. Most leagues in the Central Idaho USBC Bowling Association will begin the week of or following Labor Day.
This Saturday, Aug. 27, the Grangeville Farmers’ Market is asking customers to complete an annual survey. A drawing will be held from completed surveys with gift certificates given to three customers.
The Lewis-Clark State College Grangeville Outreach program will offer some upcoming programs. The Logs to Lumber Tour at Idaho Forest Group in Grangeville will be held Sept. 20. (Notice date change from a previously advertised date). Cost is $10.
Independent candidate for Sheriff, Carlos Martinez, will hold a town hall event in Kooskia on Monday, Aug. 29, 6 p.m., at The Outpost. Martinez will discuss his plans for the sheriff’s office and take questions from the public. For information: 935-8260 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please join Summit Academy for a night that’s “Out of This World” at this year’s Mystery Night Fundraiser to be held on Saturday, Oct. 8 at the Greencreek Hall. The stars will align for one lucky ticket holder to be the grand prize winner of $10,000, redeemable at any of our stellar sponsors:
My Sweet 16 quote for this week is “When life gives you a Monday, dip it in glitter and sparkle all day long.”
It is crazy quiet here. One of the biggest events of the summer will happen the first week in September. Kamiah’s Barbecue Days. If you wish to have a booth or participate in any of the events, contact the Kamiah Chamber of Commerce to sign up in advance. Don’t miss out on being able to take part in one or more of this event’s many activities.
More Elk City Days event reports…this time from the horseshoe competition. Dan Farber and Gary Carpentier took 1st place; Adam Perry and Jasper Thompson, in 2nd place; Kim Holmes and Kevin Schmidt came in 3rd place. Anita and crew would like to thank everyone who participated and cheered them on. She said that “it was great fun.”
•GRANGEVILLE – Without making a formal motion, District 241 School Board agreed to participate in the School to Work program at their meeting Aug. 19. The board heard a presentation about the program from Laurie Moyer.
Summer reading was a popular activity for the children of Elk City. Twenty kids participated in the “BINGO!! Readers are winners!” summer reading program. Three blackouts and five near blackouts brought $15 Amazon Bucks to these winners.
Hope everyone made it to the fair, there were a lot of things to eat, view and, of course, all the blood, sweat and tears that our youth put into their projects. Congratulations to all of you, including the leaders.
Grangeville Christian Church will begin its kids’ programs this and next month. Programs are as follows: •Wednesday, Aug. 31: Junior high and high school youth groups will meet at 6 p.m. for a pizza party.
The 40th annual Chief Lookingglass Powwow was held at the Wa’A’Yas Community Center in Kamiah Aug. 19-21. Hundreds of American Indians gathered to participate in traditional dances, drumming, name-givings, memorial celebrations, giveaways, meals and basketball tournaments. This young dancer was participating in an inter-tribal dance Saturday night, Aug. 20.
Dustin Cornett and Shailynn Jungert of Grangeville announce their engagement and plans for an Aug. 27 wedding. They will host an outside wedding under the trees at Keuterville, with Bob Blankenship officiating. Turquoise and brown are the wedding colors.
Mr. and Mrs. Edd Woslum of White Bird, are pleased to announce the engagement of their granddaughter, Ashlei Marie Woslum, to Nicolas Dale DeBolt, son of Roger and Sally DeBolt of Boise.
Godwin, 34, faces multiple felony, misdemeanor charges
An anonymous tip last Saturday resulted in the arrest of a Culdesac man, sought on outstanding warrants, who allegedly fled from a traffic stop last month. Now, Timothy Joshua Godwin, 34, faces multiple charges resulting from the July pursuit as well as from the weekend’s arrest that include felonies for eluding a police officer, and possession of both methamphetamine and an explosive device.