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Community Briefs - May 16, 2018

GRANGEVILLE  — There will be a community prayer walk for schools, teachers, students and administration Sunday, May 20, 3 p.m. This will start at Grangeville Elementary Middle School, continue to Sts. Peter and Paul School and move on to Grangeville High School.

May 16, 2018 6 a.m. read more..


GEMS students participate in GREAT Day

On April 12, three Grangeville Elementary Middle School students accompanied college and career adviser Bobbie Kennedy, to “GREAT Day” (Getting Ready for Engineering and Technology) at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL). Cheyanne Brown, Tate Johnson and Isaac Hill learned about STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) careers.

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Students learn history of Nimipuu people

At the heart of every culture are the stories and places that sustain them as a people. Nez Perce Tribe member Marcie Bailey stops often for an up-close look at local history and Nez Perce legend at the Heart of the Monster site on U.S. Highway 12.

May 9, 2018 6:10 a.m. read more..


Clearwater Valley News: Take mom to museum for dessert

I spent a fun Friday evening enjoying the last Kamiah Characters theater performance of the year as part of a great crowd of all ages. The play “How the West was Won or Black Hat Optional,” was a spoof on Western melodrama. It seemed a perfect play for the “Characters” since the parts encouraged them to have some fun and be over-the-top in their acting.

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Organizational News, May 9

- White Cane Days supports Lions Club’s sight and hearing work - 3 Rivers Amateur Radio Club - Grangeville Senior Citizens - Pioneer Senior Citizens - Grangeville FFA at State Leadership Convention

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Special Advisor on Agriculture to President Trump meets with local FFA member

In April, at the the FFA State Leadership Conference I got the opportunity of a lifetime. I was able to meet with Ray Starling, part of the National Economic Council and the special advisor to President Trump for agriculture. Along with being a keynote speaker at the convention, he met with a small group of FFA members to tell us a little bit about himself and answer our questions about current agricultural standings.

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Equipment for Cottonwood Riding Club due to amazing people

Cottonwood Riding Club royalty wanted to step up and do something extra or different this year for our club, so when we heard we were in need of a cultivator, we brainstormed to come up with ideas. We heard about grant opportunities available through Northwest Farm Credit Services and thought we should apply.

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Giddings gives talk to CV club on experience as A-10 pilot

Dist. 7A Rep. and USAF pilot Priscilla Giddings of White Bird spoke at an April 27 presentation to the Clearwater Valley Aero Club at the Kamiah Airport. Giddings spoke on her military experiences piloting an A-10 air support and ground attack jet. Approximately 70 people attended.

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Riggins News: RES ‘Spring Fling’ set for Thursday

Happy Mother’s Day! My quote for this week is “No one and nothing can ever take the place of your mother. She knows and loves you more than anyone.” Salmon River Community Church will honor mothers and daughters on Saturday, May 12, noon, with a Mother’s Day Tea. All ladies are invited to come and enjoy a special day with a great program designed especially for mothers. Tea sandwiches, petite cookies, tea, coffee, and punch will be served by the deaconesses.

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White Bird News: Pathfinders ride set for May 9

“And the thunder rolls.” Yes, it did Sunday evening, along with mud slides, rock and flooding during the weekend. I hope everyone is OK, and was out of harm’s way. Even a semitruck was no match for an elk on the US 95 hill. I heard that the High School Rodeo and Riggins Rodeo did well and had great turnouts for both events.

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Elk City News: Cranes cause racket ‘yelling’ at geese

We heard a racket down in our meadow and when we went to investigate, there were three sandhill cranes “yelling” at four Canada geese, apparently invading their territory. The photo only shows one goose but there were more. Hope you enjoy! Mother’s Day is just around the corner on the 13th. Take time to appreciate your mother in thought and deed. If she is not living, tell your grandkids about her.

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Local students fare well at state HOSA competition

Local students competed at the state HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) event April 11-13 at the Boise Riverside Hotel. In all, about 850 students from across the state competed. Among those were students from Kamiah, Grangeville and Prairie high schools.

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