HARPSTER -- Harpster area freelance writer and Kamiah schools substitute teacher Norma Staaf has filed to run for Mountain View School Board Trustee, zone 2 in the November 2019 election.

    GRANGEVILLE -- After a two-plus hour special board meeting Monday, Aug. 5, -- most of it in executive session -- Mountain View School District 244 board voted to hire a superintendent.

      The Mountain View School District 244 board of trustees will hold a special meeting starting at 4 p.m. Monday, Aug. 5, at the district office in Grangeville. The board will consider hiring and contract matters, according to a notice from Becky Hogg, clerk of the board.

        GRANGEVILLE – Camas Prairie Preschool, 105 North Myrtle Street, will host an open house Thursday, Aug. 1, from 6 to 7 p.m. Anyone with interest in the preschool and its classes is invited to attend.

          MOSCOW – The University of Idaho has announced its students who have made the 2019 Spring Dean’s List. More than 2,400 students qualified for the list for the spring 2019 semester. To be included, students must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA on a minimum of 12 graded credits during the semester…

            GRANGEILLE -- Pat Sullivan, a teacher at Grangeville High School, has been named the 2019 Idaho History Teacher of the Year, an award presented annually by the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to K-12 American history education.

            GRANGEVILLE – After more than a hour of discussion and questions from an audience of 100-plus patrons, Mountain View School District 244’s board of trustees voted to pass a $12,613,027 budget at the June 17 public hearing meeting.

            GRANGEVILLE-- Following a nearly three hour special board meeting-- most of it in executive session -- the Mountain View School District 244 board voted unanimously to immediately relieve superintendent Marc Scheibe of his duties.

              MOSCOW – The University of Idaho has announced its students who have made the 2019 Spring Dean’s List. More than 2,400 students qualified for the list for the spring 2019 semester. To be included, students must maintain at least a 3.5 GPA on a minimum of 12 graded credits during the semester…

              Grangeville Elementary Middle School held a Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) Big Drawing assembly May 22. All of the kids who earned Bulldog Tickets for positive behavior could choose to put their tickets into the drawing. The kids below had their tickets drawn and picked pr…

              The Salmon River High School class of 1959 gathered for a 60th class reunion Thursday, June 6, in the Salmon River Heritage Center in Riggins. Pictured (front, L-R) Gary White, Laverne (Derrick) Willey, Ron Gotzinger; (back, L-R) John Wolcott, Tom Allison, Forest Wilson and Bill Walters. Not…

              CLEARWATER VALLEY -- What kind of a teacher finishes school and begins summer break by heading on a trip with a group of students the next day? A wonderful and dedicated one! Kamiah Middle School Language Arts Teacher, Ms. Taylie Hopkins, along with Salmon River High School teacher Ashley Ma…

              RIGGINS -- Quote of the week: “When it’s hot, it’s hot…when it’s not it’s not!” Riggins will be sizzling in July with its annual Hot Summer Nights featuring a Country theme this year, so get your cowboy hats and boots and be ready for some hometown fun.

              GRANGEVILLE – Following a nearly five and one-half hour board meeting and two hours in executive session Monday, June 17, the Mountain View School District 244 trustees voted 4-1 to change a decision they made at the June 3 meeting.

                GRANGEVILLE – The Monday, June 17, Mountain View School District 244 budget hearing and board meeting has been moved to the Grangeville High School Library. This is set for 5:30 p.m. and the public is invited. All patrons who wish to speak at the meeting must sign in prior to the start of th…

                  COEUR D’ALENE – The Idaho Community Foundation’s Northern Region Grant Panel has selected 75 north Idaho nonprofit organizations to receive more than $255,000 through its annual competitive grant cycle.

                    KAMIAH – The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests Employee Association recently awarded four local high school graduates with the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests Memorial Scholarship, which recognizes local youth who demonstrate a passion for National Forests and care for their commun…

                    KOOSKIA – The June 3 Mountain View School District 244 board meeting left many numb as the contracts of three teachers were not renewed and superintendent Marc Scheibe announced more cuts are on the way.

                      Jimmy Barnett: University of Idaho, U of I, Gold Level Scholarship-$3,000/year, Idaho School Board Association-$350;

                      James Gregory: Idaho Governor’s Cup Career/Technology Education Scholarship, Pine Tree Two Rivers Coffee Scholarship, Ionic Masonic Lodge Scholarship, LCSC Leadership Scholarship, Dean Scholarship;

                        Seniors are presented with recognition for sports and academic achievements during their high school years at Summit Academy. Scholarships are announced as well.

                        KOOSKIA – Following a nearly two-and one-half hour executive session earlier in the meeting, the Mountain View School District 244 board voted to extend contracts to all but three teachers for the coming school year at their Monday night, June 3 meeting.

                        Hundreds of seniors from across Idaho County graduated from their respective high schools in late May and early June. Many received awards and scholarships to further their education.

                        GRANGEVILLE – “We love this community and are invested in it,” Tori Swan told the Mountain View School District 244 board at the April 15 meeting.

                        GRANGEVILLE – Grangeville High School’s class of 2019 graduated 57 members Friday night, May 24. They were sent along their journey with words of wisdom-- and laughter.

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