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Babe Ruth baseball sign-ups set April 27

Grangeville Babe Ruth Baseball boys ages 13-15 can sign up April 27 at the GEMS Community Room, 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Contact Pat Finnegan at 451-4332.

Bowhunter ed course to run April 30-May 1

GRANGEVILLE – A course for bowhunters is planned April 30-May 1 at the Idaho County Search and Rescue building. Register at Class starts at 7:30 a.m. both days, and is to run through 5 p.m. that Saturday and through noon that Sunday. Fee is $8. Parental signature is required for anyone younger than 18. Class size is limited to the first 20 to register. Contact Roy Kinner at 983-8443.

Softball camps slated

A girls fastpitch softball camp day is scheduled May 7, for ages 7-18 (limit 25 per session) at 528 Cedar Ave. in Lewiston. A session on hitting is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., with a session on pitching and catching to run 2-5 p.m. Cost is $40 per session or $75 for both.

A separate camp scheduled June 20-23 will also split into two sections. A softball camp will run June 20-22 and a pitching and catching camp will run June 23. Cost is $99 not including June 23 or $129 including June 23.

Contact coach Haylee Fishback at 227-4019.

Rodeo season starts next month in Riggins

The local rodeo season is coming up, with Riggins to lead off May 7-8, White Bird on deck June 17-18, Kamiah in the hole June 18-19 and Grangeville to clean up July 1-2-3.

Books for the 67th Annual Riggins Rodeo will be open April 14-27. Rodeo entries for White Bird and Kamiah will be June 6. Grangeville Border Days rodeo entries will open June 20.

The Riggins Rodeo stick horse races are slated for 12:30 p.m. each day (register at noon), with calf riding at 1 p.m. and the pros at 1:30.

Moose, sheep and goat applications due

The deadline for moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat controlled hunt applications is fast approaching. Hunters have through April 30 to apply for these hunts.

Hunters can apply at any Fish and Game office, license vendor, or use a credit card by telephone or over the Internet. Telephone applications may be made at 1-800-554-8685. Internet users may apply online at

licenses/fees. Mailed applications must be postmarked no later than April 30.

Each applicant must possess a valid 2016 Idaho hunting or combination license to apply for a controlled hunt. Application and tag fee must be included for moose, bighorn sheep, or mountain goat applications. All but the application fee ($6.25 for residents, $14.75 for nonresidents) will be refunded to those who do not draw.

Unsuccessful resident applicants will receive a refund of $166.75, while unsuccessful nonresident applicants will receive a refund of $2,101.75.

Drawing results will be posted on the Fish and Game website in early June. It is the hunter’s responsibility to verify results.

For more information, review the 2015 & 2016 Moose, Bighorn Sheep and Mountain Goat Seasons and Rules brochure available at all license vendors or online at


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