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Grangeville swim meet slated Aug. 11

Grangeville Swim Team’s home meet is scheduled for 9 a.m. this Saturday, Aug. 11.

Warmups begin at 8 a.m.

Earlier this season, Grangeville swimmers competed at Kendrick and Nezperce.

Kayak course slated

RIGGINS – Dare To Kayak will be offering a program Aug. 13-15 introducing kids to the opportunities for paddling as a means to live a healthy, drug-free life.

Class size is limited; contact Devon Barker-Hicks at 208-413-0319 or for details and registration.

Youth soccer fall program announced

Registration for the Grangeville Youth Soccer fall season is open through Aug. 18 for boys and girls ages 3-14 online at The season runs Sept. 4-Oct. 5, and game schedules are TBD.

Volunteer coaches are sought, and volunteer coaches will receive reimbursement for one child registration fee.

Contact Find more information at or the Grangeville Youth Soccer Facebook page.

Football officials association recruiting refs for fall season

LEWISTON — Recruitment is under way for football officials for high school and junior high school football in Idaho’s District 2. The first meeting, which is an introductory meeting for coaches and officials, touches on rules changes from last season and points of emphasis for this season. It will be held Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Lewiston High School Auditorium.

To register online, visit the Idaho High School Activities Association website at, click on the Officials tab and follow the instructions. Registration is $40 through Aug. 13. After Aug. 14, cost is $65.

Contact commissioner Corky Fazio at or (208) 791-6433, or assistant commissioner Mike Tatko, or (208) 791-2332.

Grangeville tennis tournament set for Aug. 25

GRANGEVILLE — A tennis tournament at Grangeville High School is scheduled Aug. 25. Check-in is 8:30 a.m.

Registration can be picked up and dropped off at Inland Cellular or found on the Grangeville Tennis Amateur Facebook page. High school and adult ages are welcome.

Cost is $15 and all the money the tournament makes will be donated back to the high school’s tennis team to improve courts and support the growth of tennis in the community.

This tournament is the senior project of Chloe Dame.


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