May 20, 2015
May 20, 2015
Grangeville’s tennis set met two rarely-seen foes and the usual cast of league opponents at Lewiston High School last Saturday, May 2.
On a day that athletes from across the region marked outstanding performances, several of Grangeville’s set new personal records and others from across Idaho County proved their places among North Central Idaho’s elite.
Tunnel Pond fishing day events called off; Softball group picks up Monday, Thursday evening games; St. Mary’s slates sports physicals.
Wounded Warrior Army SPC Seth Wakeling, and his pop, Brian, of Reno Nev., joined the Fischer family for a three-day turkey hunt. They had a great visit and Grangeville was a great host.
Riggins Rodeo, trapshooting results.
The deadline for moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat controlled hunt applications is fast approaching. Hunters have through Thursday, April 30 to apply for these hunts.
Grangeville has seven teams with a total of 77 kids participating in the spring youth soccer program organized by the Boys & Girls Club of the Lewis Clark Valley.
Idaho Fish and Game will be accepting bids from April 15-May 15 from any landowner interested in enrolling their property into our Access YES! program in the Clearwater Region.
A minimum of 5,600 gray wolves now live in the U.S. outside of Alaska, the International Wolf Center reports.
Grangeville’s Austin Parks and teammates carried a 9-2 lead into the top of the fourth last Thursday night, April 23, but ultimately fell by a 24-11 final score. Parks stole home during the contest; pictured is his reaction.
Grangeville’s Marie Hauger played well for Grangeville as she and Rebecca Kaschmitter topped a Clearwater Valley tandem last Thursday night, April 23, in Grangeville.
The Pirates had 10 wins under their collective belts before a 3-0 loss to Genesee sent them for a loop. Prairie stumbled to a 15-14 loss to Asotin on April 21, allowing the Panthers to score nine runs during the fourth inning of that contest.
The home track proved a powerful advantage for the Kubs, who notched six individual boys wins, two boys relay wins, and the girls shot put title at the Whitepine League championship meet on April 21.
The Camas Prairie Friends of the NRA will host its 12th annual banquet and auction fund-raiser on behalf of the National Rifle Association Foundation. The banquet will be held at 5:30 p.m. May 2 at the Greencreek Community Hall.
The Idaho Pathfinders ATV Club brushes out 98 miles of local trails annually, and puts on certified OHV/ATV training courses for kids under the age of 15 in partnership with the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation.