Friends of NRA banquet coming up, Fishback to hold softball clinic this Saturday in Lewiston, Trapper ed courses offered Jan. 29, Apply for spring bear controlled hunts soon, Hunting reports due.
In the midst of a disaster it takes a lot of ingenuity and teamwork to keep the water flowing at a fish hatchery. Earlier this month, staff at Niagara Springs Fish Hatchery did some quick thinking when a car crashed into Niagara's intake pool.
Frankie Zumwalt, Blake Courtney and Tristan Bledsoe placed in their respective weight classes at the 16-team Joseph Tournament last Friday and Saturday, Jan. 6-7.
Bulldog of the Week
Grangeville senior Patrick Schumacher scored 15 points, mostly on post-ups, during the Bulldogs’ first league basketball game of the season.
Flights are estimated to take about four weeks to complete, depending on weather conditions. The goal of these surveys is to assess population trends, and age and sex ratios. Survey results will provide information that will help managers decide future hunting seasons.
The Clearwater Valley boys needed a win to keep pace with the mid-tier teams in the Whitepine League but started their first game after Christmas ice cold.
Haylee Fishback will run the next of her fastpitch softball clinics around the LC Valley this Saturday, Jan. 14, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Skinner Sports Academy located at 2015 8th Avenue in Lewiston.
The annual 10 week Camas Prairie shoot begins on Jan. 8 at all Camas Prairie gun clubs.
Grangeville Ski Patrol outdoor emergency care instructor Brian Adams (right) and student Paul Sonnen went through the sign-ups for the course the Ski Patrol is offering this winter.
Three Grangeville wrestlers won their weight classes last Thursday, Dec. 29, with freshman Brittney Benavidez (138) sweeping four matches in an all-girls group.
Bulldog of the Week
As a sophomore, Noah Kaschmitter stood out on the Grangeville football field for his imposing physique and effectiveness along the defensive line.
Varsity schedules current as of Jan. 3, subject to change