Beka Bruner of Cottonwood, a freshman at Centre College, has pledged Alpha Delta Pi sorority...
A variety of would-be travelers set up stations at Centennial Evangelical Free Church last week and shared about faraway places.
Summit Academy students and staff gathered on Jan. 28 after lunch to wish foreign exchange students “Cocoa” Maria Jose Garcia and “Nachi” Maria Ignacia Garcia “Adios” for their return to Chile, South America. The two arrived in September 2014.
County honor rolls.
Twenty or even 10 years back, three-dimensional printing may have seemed like the subject of science fiction novels. Grey’s Anatomy fans may have seen medical implements made on a 3D printer on the show at the Seattle Grace Hospital in recent years. That type of printing is no longer simply a fantasy.
The Grangeville Lions Club donated $1,000 to the Grangeville High School band to use for its upcoming trip to Disneyland.
Sts. Peter and Paul’s annual lip sync talent show had more than 20 participants Thursday, Jan. 29. Frozen proved to be a popular theme this year.
A regional essay contest made way for Grangeville Elementary Middle School social studies teacher Betty Nafziger to open a new historical chapter for her eighth grade students.
Sydney Kuther of Nezperce High School recently took first place in the Daughters of the American Revolution 2015 Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest.
A seminar on “The Challenges of Grief” will be held this Sunday, Feb. 1, 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The seminar will cover some of the overlooked, yet common, effects that grief has on your mind, body, and spirit, reasons why the pain can feel so overwhelming, and how to get things done when you don’t feel like you have any energy.
It was all sixth and seventh graders in the annual Grangeville Elementary Middle School Geography Bee Jan. 15 at GEMS.
Eighth grader Stephen Goldman was the winner in Sts. Peter and Paul School’s geography bee, also held Thursday, Jan. 15.
American Legion Post 37 out of Grangeville stopped by Grangeville High School Monday morning, Jan. 12, to make a donation to the band.
Children from Grangeville Elementary Middle School spent some time in December singing for residents of the Grangeville Health and Rehabilitation Center.
How would you make the world a better place? Grangeville students reflected on that as the PTA Reflections theme of “The world would be a better place if …” for the 2014 arts program.