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GHS girls b-ball squad banquet coming up; RMEF local chapter sets April 22 banquet; Football squad’s annual Boise State camp trip scheduled.

Fish and Game backs adding $5 license fee

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission today directed Fish and Game staff to develop a proposed bill for consideration by the Idaho Legislature that would create a new $5 charge to purchase an Adult Resident annual hunting, fishing or trapping license.

Grangeville tops Orofino; Potlatch ends CV’s season

Boys basketball

Grangeville topped Orofino for the first time all season behind Ryan Ruklic’s 10 points, 11 rebounds double-double on Monday night, Feb. 20 — and it couldn’t have come at a better time.


Trapshooting, bowling results.

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Bledsoe notches a key ‘W’

Bulldog of the Week

When Grangeville High senior Tristen Bledsoe transferred from Moscow before his junior year, he brought one small state experience with him: he had traveled to Pocatello as an alternate, and shot video of his teammates there.

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Ruklic ready for the rematch

Bulldog of the Week

Grangeville junior Ryan Ruklic was one of a couple of Bulldogs to score 14 points at Kamiah last Thursday — and Ruklic was one of the tall players who battled Orofino’s bigs effectively during a key league game the prior Monday, Feb. 6.


Trapshooting results.

Demo day slated at Lolo Pass

FEB. 15 UPDATE: EVENT CANCELED - Due to the recent warm temperatures and increasing runoff in the Lolo Pass Winter Recreation area, the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests has decided to cancel the Winter Demo Day that was planned for this Saturday, Feb. 18.

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Savages smack down Council, claim District III title

Salmon River overwhelmed Council during the second and third quarters of the Long Pin Conference’s district title game Feb. 7.

IDFG asking sportsmen not to stress game animals out

Winter provides great opportunities to view Idaho wildlife, but it is very important to enjoy the view from a distance. Winter can be very stressful for wildlife, especially in winters like this when snow is deep or crusted. brief

Spring youth soccer registration continues; Public meeting set; RMEF local chapter sets April 22 banquet; Football squad’s annual Boise State camp trip scheduled; New contractor means small difference for CAP hotline calls; Big game hunting proposals online.

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Pirates soaked by Lapwai’s surge

Girls basketball

Lapwai came in to the Whitepine League’s district tournament like a rising tide, and swept Potlatch 83-19 and Prairie 70-36. Under their own hoop, the Pirates held their ground, but Lapwai flooded every other inch of the floor.



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