News and information from our partners brief

Homecoming parade slated

GRANGEVILLE – Grangeville High School will host a homecoming parade Friday, Oct. 10.

The parade will start at GHS at 10:30 a.m. and floats will travel by Grangeville Elementary Middle School then on to Heritage Square for a pep rally (approximately 11 a.m.).

Youngsters reach title game

GRANGEVILLE — With a win over Kamiah during their semifinal last Monday night, Oct. 6, Grangeville’s fifth- and sixth-grade football squad will play in the area championship game on Wednesday night, Oct. 8, in Orofino.

Make the call: Anti-poaching setup CAP going on 35

In 1980, Idaho Fish and Game’s director, Jerry Conley, contacted a few active sportsmen about something he’d seen in another state – a citizen’s group organized to combat the poaching of wildlife. The concept was simple. Create a toll free number for concerned citizens to report fish and wildlife crimes. This information would be directed to conservation officers to investigate. The call could be anonymous and callers may receive a reward if a citation was issued. The sportsmen took this idea and created what is now known as Citizens Against Poaching.

Citizens Against Poaching’s toll free phone line receives approximately 650 violation calls per year, which have led to approximately 175 citations being issued and $20,000 in rewards paid annually. These numbers add up over time. Since CAP was established nearly 21,500 violation calls have come in, 5800 citations have been served and $660,000 in rewards paid out. Citizens Against Poaching is a small organization that is making a difference.

The number is 1-800-632-5999.

For more on Citizens Against Poaching and IDFG’s 75th celebration, see:


Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment


Information from the Free-Press and our advertisers (Want to add your business to this to this feed?)