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GHS graduates of 2020

Businesses, individuals, family, friends, the Grangeville Volunteer Fire Department, Idaho County and Grangeville law enforcement officers, churches and organizations all came together Friday, May 22, to honor Grangeville High School class of 2020 graduates. GHS seniors and their families made thei… Read more

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St. John Bosco graduates of 2020

St. John Bosco (formerly Summit Academy) in Cottonwood held its graduation ceremony May 23 in Greencreek with a Mass for families. Erin Chmelik, Alexis Currier, Jessie Sonnen and David Wassmuth are the class of 2020 graduates. Read more

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Kamiah graduation of 2020

Kamiah High School’s class of 2020 held its graduation Saturday, May 23, at the track and football field while practicing safe social distancing. Read more

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SRJSD expects less state funding, higher insurance in coming year

RIGGINS – At its May 18 board meeting, Salmon River Joint School District 243 Business Manager Michelle Hollon said a 9 percent insurance increase will be figured into the 2020-21 budget. Read more

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IHSAA awards ‘Star’ to CV’s Smith

The Idaho High School Activities Association named Clearwater Valley’s Martha Smith the IHSAA’s 2020 1A Interscholastic Star, which is an award recognizing her for exemplifying “the best qualities of students who are involved in high school activities.” Along with the award, the IHSAA will send $50… Read more

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Woodford defends district finances; Smith calls explanations ‘deceptive’

GRANGEVILLE – “I, again, want to reiterate what an excellent job the entire Mountain View staff has done during these challenging times,” Mountain View School District 244 Acting Superintendent Woody Woodford said at the May 18 board meeting. The meeting was call-in for public attendance. Read more

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Results due next Tuesday on state’s first all absentee ballot election

May primary results will be reported next Tuesday, June 2, for Idaho’s first all absentee ballot election. Read more

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MVSD superintendent clarifies financial information

GRANGEVILLE – “The [financial] statements made in recent newspaper advertising and some letters to the editor are completely inaccurate,” Mountain View School District 244 Acting Superintendent Woody Woodford said at the May 18 meeting. Read more

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