Idaho Fish and Game is offering a discount for big game hunters who want more hunting opportunity. Through August only, resident and nonresident hunters can buy remaining nonresident tags as second tags for discounted prices of $199 for deer and $350 for elk.
A parade of men, pink boas decorating their trucks, made their way down the narrow road toward the Flying B Ranch the morning of Sunday, July 19. These net-wielding, pole carrying, vest-clad men were met with whoops, hollers and cheering. Fourteen women were paired with these river helpers – and some were even greeted with a good-natured “dance dollar” poked in the pocket of their fishing guests as the duos met for the first time. They soon made their way to the pond on the ranch and began Casting for Recovery.
Sage-grouse season up for public input; Pick up controlled hunt tags by Aug. 1; Raspberry Festival fun run coming up Aug. 2; Swim team’s home meet slated Aug. 15; Swim team’s home meet slated Aug. 15; Preseason football events scheduled; Volleyball set to begin at GHS Aug. 14; Volleyball set to begin at GHS Aug. 14; Kids football camp to be held Aug. 10-11
Starting Aug. 1, anglers can take home steelhead like those they’ve been catching and releasing this July. The steelhead harvest season opens on about a two-mile stretch of river from its mouth to the Highway 12-95 Bridge in Lewiston, also known as the Memorial Bridge.
Next level athlete: Drew Lindsley
In several ways, the journey from youth to adulthood resembles the arc of the school record discus throw Drew Lindsley unleashed during the lead up to state last May.
The Grangeville city softball league season is rapidly coming to completion, with nine game nights left on the schedule before the tournament.
Stevens joins Corban’s track program
On the track, Michael Stevens’ first breakthrough came when Grangeville High School coach Larson Anderson pushed him out of his comfort zone.
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission will meet July 29-30 at Fish and Game’s Southeast Regional office, 1345 Barton Road.
The Grangeville Country Club again saw tournament action this past weekend during the annual Couples Tournament, a two-day Chapman-format tourney.
She just turned nine years-old, and yet Emma Strommen will run in her fifth Raspberry Festival Fun Run on Aug. 2.
A parent meeting for Grangeville High School volleyball is set for Tuesday, Aug. 11, at the high school, 6 p.m. in the library.
The GHS player combine will also be held Aug. 6, at 5:00 p.m., with gear handout to be finished at that time. GHS football parents are to meet coaches at 7 p.m. Aug. 6 in the high school gym.
The Triple Bar Drill Team has slated an O-mok-see Sunday, July 26, at the Border Days Arena.
The Camas Prairie Basketball Camp held July 6-9 drew 90 area boys and girls of grades three through nine.