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Grangeville nets second win

Though the Bulldogs trailed 11-0 early in the fourth game, Hayden Hill’s run of serves turned a 21-all tie into a GHS win over Clearwater Valley, Monday night, Sept. 17, 3-1 (25-11, 25-20, 21-25, 25-21). Earlier in the fourth game, Salmon River senior Mikaela Herrick rattled off the first 11 in a row before GHS rallied.

September 19, 2018 9:13 a.m. read more..


Rioux hat trick keys girls soccer win

Grangeville's soccer boys and girls took both ends of a double-header on a long road trip Thursday, Sept. 13. The boys beat Priest River 5-2 on the strength of two goals by Aidan Acton and one apiece by Jesus Perez, Collin Husted and Dalton Dennis, while the girls prevailed 5-1 on a hat trick by Mia Rioux and two goals by Naomi Connolley.

September 19, 2018 9:12 a.m. read more..


Sports...in brief

Vander Esch sees more action; Cowboys beat New York Giants; Flerchinger memorial tourney set Oct. 20; Flamingo Fun Run scheduled Sept. 29; Grangeville Youth Wrestling meeting scheduled Sept. 26.

September 19, 2018 9:10 a.m. read more..


GHS soccer girls get competitive

Just nine games into the season, Grangeville girls soccer freshman Mia Rioux has established herself as a threat out of the midfield on runs alongside top scorer Naomi Connolley. She and Connolley each scored one unassisted last Thursday, Sept. 13 at Priest River, and the two of them combined on three others.

September 19, 2018 9:09 a.m. read more..
 

Sex assault charge pending against eluding suspect

An eluding suspect arrested south of Lapwai last week may face a sexual assault charge on an incident in Grangeville earlier that day. In connection to this incident, the Grangeville Police Department has referred for review its case against Flores for sexual battery.

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Standing room only for Lochsa public meeting

At issue is whether or not a vast tract of Lochsa River country, which officials described as about 750,000 acres in size, may be listed as a district on the National Parks Service's register of historic places.

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Clearwater Meal Center a place to visit, a ‘meaningful ministry’

It’s much more than just a good lunch at the Clearwater Meal Center. “It’s a service of the church to the community,” said site coordinator Bill Grady. Next month will mark the fourth year of operation for the nonprofit meal service at the Clearwater Baptist Church that, starting at noon on the first and third Wednesdays of every month, offers meals and time to socialize to those who come through the door.

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Scarecrow contest is on

The Oktoberfest scarecrow contest is back! The scarecrow contest is open to all Grangeville merchants. All voting will be by the public.

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It's Your Business: Get Oktoberfest carnival tickets now

Presale carnival tickets for Oktoberfest are available now. Cost is $20 for one session. Get them now by calling Melinda Hall (or stop by KORT), 208-983-5832 or stop by Asker’s Harvest Foods Friday afternoon (4-6 p.m.) or Saturday (10 a.m. to 2 p.m.) to purchase. They are also available at Home Grown Quilts, Fairchild Accounting and from Peggy Wright.

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Gospel Music With The Craguns

The gospel group The Craguns, out of Cincinnati, Ohio, took to the stage at Grangeville Church of the Nazarene Sunday evening, Sept. 16. The free concert was attended by more than 100 people from the community. The Craguns are a local favorite who have been at the church three times in the past four years.

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Riggins News: Riversong is closing its doors

Quote of the week: “If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn.” Michael J. Fox. Riggins needs some additional EMTs. If you are interested in helping keep our ambulance and EMT services in Riggins and the Salmon River Canyon, please contact the Riggins City Hall to learn how to become certified. We currently have two certified EMTs and one or two drivers; our volunteer firemen help when they hear the call. Kudos to those who help and those who will come onboard to help.

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