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10-week shoot: Grangeville places sixth

With a 75 last Sunday, March 16, Grangeville placed sixth among 17 teams competing in the 61st annual Camas Prairie Trapshoot.

Grangeville totaled out to 737.55, which works out to better than 98 percent of the highest possible score. But two teams booked better than 99 percent this season; after 10 weeks two hundredths of a point — a scant 27 ten-thousandths of the maximum — separated second place Orofino (742.75) from first place Garfield (742.95).

The final places were:

1, Garfield 742.95;

2, Orofino-Pierce 742.75;

3, Nezperce 740.00;

4, Wallace/Kellogg 740.00;

5, Culdesac 738.96;

6, Grangeville 737.55;

7, Colton 733.53;

8, Kamiah 729.00;

9, Troy-Deary 729.00;

10, Cottonwood 724.50;

11, Pomeroy 721.05;

12, White Bird 717.00;

13, Indian Valley 716.00;

14, Endicott 714.50;

15, St. Maries 699.00;

16, Winchester 698.00;

17, Walla Walla 689.90.

White Bird Queen tryouts slated March 22

WHITE BIRD — White Bird Queen tryouts are set for Saturday, March 22, at the White Bird Rodeo Arena on U.S. Highway 95, starting at 1 p.m.

Women between the ages of 14-18 who reside in Idaho, Adams or Lewis counties are eligible.

The White Bird Rodeo will celebrate its 25th year June 13-14.

Contact Kami Fogleman, 983-1726 or 983-8779.

Youth baseball signups set

GRANGEVILLE — Youth baseball registration for ages 5-16 will be April 9-10, 3:30-5:30 p.m. in the GEMS Art Room. The registration deadline is April 18; the season starts in May. Contact Lisa McEwen at 451-5223.

F&G board to meet this week

BOISE — The Idaho Fish and Game Commission will consider proposed big game seasons for 2014 and 2015 March 19-20.

The public hearing will begin at 7 p.m. March 19 at the Washington Group Plaza at 720 East Park Blvd.

Routine agenda items include a legislative update; season setting for deer, elk, pronghorn, bear, mountain lion and wolves; briefing on rules for game animals; and season setting for chinook salmon.

A complete agenda is available on the Fish and Game website at

Clearwater snowcatting maps available

The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests’ Clearwater Over Snow Vehicle Use Maps (OSVUMs) are available to the public at Forest offices and online at That means full implementation of route closures has begun.

Three double sided (2’x3’) color maps are available – one for each of the Palouse, North Fork, and Lochsa-Powell ranger districts.

For details, such as key dates and definitions, see:

Or contact any of the following Forest Service offices: Palouse Ranger District at 875-1131, Lochsa Ranger District at 926-4274, Lolo Pass Visitor Center at 942-3113, or the Orofino Office and North Fork Ranger District at 476-4541.


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