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Sullivan, Lindsley get banquet recognition

COEUR D’ALENE — Grangeville High track and field alumni Cole Lindsley and Hailey Sullivan received recognition for their 2016 season successes last Saturday, April 16, at the North Idaho awards banquet.

Other local nominees were as follows: Sophie Bush of Grangeville for girls tennis; Cole Olsen of Clearwater Valley for boys cross-country; Frankie Zumwalt of Grangeville for wrestling; Taylor McCalister of Kamiah for boys track; Carson Beckman of Kamiah for boys track; Chaye Uptmor of Prairie for girls track; Patrick Chmelik of Summit for boys basketball; Angela Wemhoff of Prairie for girls basketball; Lucas Wemhoff of Prairie for football; Kamiah track for boys team of the year (3A-1A) and Garrett Bretz of Kamiah track for boys coach of the year (3A-1A).

Local elk foundation banquet coming up

The new local chapter of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation organizers have set their first banquet for 5 p.m. April 22 at the Elks Lodge in Grangeville.

Last year, RMEF poured more than $322,000 into work to improve 15,000 acres in 16 counties for Idaho wildlife.

Ticket sales continue through this Friday, April 21.

Contact organizer Gail Chapman, 839-9990.

GHS football camp forms due by May 1

GRANGEVILLE — The GHS football Bulldogs have a new head coach but their off-season schedule won’t change much.

Coach Jeff Adams has the Grangeville boys lined up to attend the annual Boise State University football camp once again, and with the team camp to run June 14-17. Camp registration is due by May 1.

“We have more opportunities this year than in the past for players to earn money to pay for camp,” Adams said.

Contact Adams, 507-1616.

New hunting, fishing license fees hit May 1

Hunters, anglers and trappers will see new prices starting May 1 with the addition of a $5 access/depredation fee for resident adults and $10 for nonresident adults when they buy their first annual license.

The access/depredation fee is expected to raise $1 million annually for sportsmen’s access, and another $1 million annually for depredation prevention and damage compensation.

See for details.

Moose, sheep, goat hunting applications due by April 30

Moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat hunters have through April 30 to apply for controlled hunts. 

Telephone applications may be made at 1-800-554-8685. Mailed applications must be postmarked no later than April 30. Drawing results will be available in June.

Each applicant must possess a valid 2017 Idaho hunting or combination license to apply for a controlled hunt. Moose, goat and sheep hunt applicants must pay the tag fee along with a non-refundable application fee. Controlled hunt tag and application fees for residents is $173 or $2,116.50 for nonresidents. Only tag fees will be refunded to those who do not draw.

See the 2017-18 Moose, Bighorn Sheep and Mountain Goat Seasons and Rules, or get a printed brochure at license vendors and Fish and Game offices. 


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