Night Shoot: Uhlorn closes in on Jungert

Weather for the third week of Cottonwood Gun Club’s six-week night shoot was clear and cool.

GHS bounced by West Side, Nampa

Though the Bulldogs were eliminated on the first day of play at state, coach Kelcey Edwards counts Grangeville’s trip to the 2A volleyball tournament as a positive experience for a team that will return players at most positions next year.

Bass runs new personal best at state

Grangeville’s cross country runners finished up the year against competition from the 1A, 2A and 3A classes last Saturday, Nov. 1, at Eagle Island State Park.

Pigskin Prognosticators: Prizes for Schlader, Schlieper

We had two pickers tie for the top prize this week, and nearly everyone else was tripped up by the whooping Tom Brady put on Peyton Manning this week.

F&G board meeting to cover traps, tag fees

The Fish and Game Commission will hold a quarterly meeting in Post Falls on Nov. 12-13.

Steelheaders running hot

Large steelhead are now being caught on the Salmon River.

Poachers hit G’ville subdivision

Someone illegally shot and wasted a deer in a subdivision east of town, putting residents at needless risk — and wildlife wardens are on the case. A deer was shot in the neck in the Golden Hills subdivision during opening week.


Camas Lanes, Oct. 25 results

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Friday Night Results: Week 9

With the start of the playoffs, football results came early this week. With a comprehensive victory over Wallace Thursday, Prairie reached the quarterfinals, which will be played Nov. 7 at the Kibbie Dome depending on the results of the Oakley-Notus game to be played tomorrow. On the other side of the 1AD1 bracket, Kamiah defeated Horseshoe Bend 62-38. In the 2A bracket, Grangeville crushed Nampa Christian 47-13.

State volleyball tournaments: Friday afternoon results

Prairie advances to 1AD1 semifinal

During the second round of the 2A tournament Friday afternoon, Grangeville was eliminated by West Side. Prairie defeated Oakley and Genesee Friday and remains alive for the title in the 1AD1 bracket, with the Pirates' set to play Troy for a berth in the state title game.

Coho season coming through

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission on Oct. 20 approved an historic fishery for the first time ever: a specific season for coho salmon is open in Idaho.

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Pages succeed in first hunting seasons

On the Sunday morning of Opening Weekend 2014, Jackson Page, 10, went to his dad to ask for a chance to go after a deer he had seen weeks earlier and decided would be his come hunting season.

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No holding back

With one of the school’s Class of 2015 most decorated athletes hampered by injury, Prairie seniors Hunter McWilliams, Isaiah Shears and Mason Dalgliesh provided the scoring punch the Pirates required to win during a key matchup in the Whitepine League's regular season finale last Friday night, Oct. 24.

Poaching stirs anger among social networks

Several recent poaching cases are catching the attention of Facebook users who follow the Citizens Against Poaching page; a trophy mule deer shot before rifle season in Caribou County, two five-point bull elk shot out of season in Owyhee County, five mule deer with backstraps removed, left to waste in Homedale. The list goes on.

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Coho ComeBack

Sabrina Sims of Wisconsin, and her dad, Steve Sims of Grangeville, put in about three hours to catch this coho salmon on a spoon lure last Saturday, Oct. 25, on the Middle Fork Clearwater River