Six Grangeville High School students will join the ranks of published poets in April. “During first semester, juniors and seniors in my class entered a competition open to all Idaho high schools,” said GHS English teacher Kelli Tinnervin.
Grangeville High School students of the month for hard work and perseverance for January are (L-R) Jasper Thompson, Andrew Beene and Shiloh Rowden, and, not pictured, Tyler Ledet.
What do a botched audition, a stepped-on foot, and an unwanted fiancé all have in common? Just ask Bobby Child and a trip he makes from New York City to Deadrock, Nev.
Idaho Commission on Aging will hold a meeting Friday, March 18, 1 p.m., at the Grangeville Senior Center, truck route, Grangeville.
Grangeville High School’s IDFY (Idaho Drug Free Youth) will host an open mic night at the GHS library Friday, March 18, 7 p.m.
The March meeting of the Big Cedar Homemakers was called to order at the home of Rachel Andrews on Wed the 9th by President Lynne Anderberg.
Thanks to some Grangeville area youth and adults, many children will be able to snuggle up with a homemade quilt.
The following are local fall 2015 graduates of the University of Idaho:
Patrons just said “no” in the Tuesday, March 8, levy vote.
Throughout the past three years that Kimberly Capps has been the Family, Career and Community Leader advisor at Grangeville High School, the service club has had a five-fold increase in membership.
Grangeville High School BPA (Business Professionals of America) students who competed at regional competition at Lewis Clark State College Jan. 22 included Hailey Uhlenkott, Amrit Singh, Hailey Russell, Zachary Stoner, McKenzie Kennedy, Lily Willig, Hailey Sullivan, Hannah Williams, Courtney Cuffe and Emily Kaschmitter.
The Prairie High School Knowledge Bowl Team will be hosting the monthly meet for the region Monday, March 7, 6:30 p.m., in the Prairie Junior Senior High School Cafeteria. Teams from seven area schools will be in attendance.
On Wednesday, March 9, District II Solo Ensemble festival will host 81 Grangeville musicians in Moscow. Students from both Grangeville Elementary Middle School and Grangeville High will perform solos, duets, trios and quartets for adjudication. Competing in categories determined by their instrument, local professors will work with students to give them instruction on their specialty instrument.
Two local students have qualified for the 2016 Idaho National Geographic Bee semifinals in Boise. Sts. Peter and Paul School sixth grader Jared Lindsley and Grangeville Elementary Middle School seventh-grade student Kara Sanders each qualified for the state competition after winning their respective school bees in January.
Local honor rolls