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New Views For July 4 Border Days Firecracker Fun Run

Route change this year to protect runners’ safety

The Firecracker Fun Run will go off this July 4 as it has for years, but will pop a bit differently this year.

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Golf results.

57K enter Super Hunt drawing

Winners in the first of two Idaho Super Hunt drawings have been drawn.

Sports...in brief

Hunter ed courses on offer this summer; Lochsa River chinook fishing opens June 22; Youth golf clinic scheduled for July; ‘Capped’ elk resident tags on sale July 10; Softball clinic set; Trout info offered.

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Golf results.

Football schedules penciled

Football schedules for the coming fall are penciled in and of area teams, only Grangeville has scheduled a Zero Week opponent so far.

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Rambo catches biggest fish at 29th annual Free Fishing Day event at Wilkins Pond

The 29th annual Kids’ Free Fishing Day event was held at Wilkins Pond last Saturday, June 10.

Sports...in brief

White Bird Rodeo coming up June 16-17; CVRA Rodeo to go June 17-18 at Kamiah; Fund-raiser fun run planned for June 17; Hunter ed courses on offer this summer; Lochsa River chinook fishing opens June 22; Youth golf clinic scheduled for July; ‘Capped’ elk resident tags on sale July 10; Softball clinic set.

White Bird Rodeo local entries open

Local entries for the White Bird Rodeo coming up this June 16-17 are now open.

Sports...in brief

CVRA Rodeo set June 17-18; Bulldog Tennis Camp set June 13-15; GHS cheer clinic scheduled June 8; Fund-raiser fun run planned for June 17; Camas Prairie Cup scheduled.

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Golf results.

White Bird Rodeo coming up June 16-17

Rodeo fans and spectators can circle June 16-17, when the full slate of rodeo action will go at the arena near Twin Bridges, six miles south of White Bird.

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Free Fishing Day is June 10

The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests and several partner groups will be hosting the annual Kids’ Free Fishing Day events on Saturday, June 10 near Grangeville, Elk City, and Lowell. The events will take place from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and are for children up to 12 years of age.

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