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GRANGEVILLE – Colby Canaday has followed in the footsteps of her sister, Taylor, and cousin, Megan, in her involvement in Border Days royalty.

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Take it to the streets Saturday, July 6, when the popular local band Vintage Youth will play for the street dance from 8 to 11 p.m. This will …

The 2018-19 Border Days Royalty held its coronation dinner Friday night, Sept. 28, at the Border Days Arena. Pictured here are (L-R) queen Colby Canaday and princess Molly DeFord, cousins. Canaday (the daughter of Gary and Lisa Canaday) is a junior at Grangeville High School and DeFord (the daughter of Carl and Lori DeFord) is a senior at GHS. The evening included a tri-tip dinner catered by Shizznits, an auction of a variety of donated items, and music by Marcos Dominquez. The outgoing royalty — queen Micaela Farris and princess Bella Klapprich — presented goodbye speeches and crowned the new royalty. Money made from the event will be used for royalty court expenses including traveling and clothes.

Grangeville Elementary Middle School (GEMS) will host its open house tonight, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 4:30-6 p.m., with hot dogs and chips served at 6 p.m. The GEMS PTA Jog-a-thon is scheduled for Sept. 28. The K-5 students run in the morning and the middle school color run will be in the afternoon. Sixth grade outdoor education classes are scheduled for Sept. 19-20, weather permitting. Rain dates are Sept. 26-27.

One of Grangeville’s main district tournament advantages over Orofino was no secret before the post-season began Monday night, Feb. 5, at Genesee.

It was a cool day for the annual Triple Bar Drill Team O-Mok-See Sunday, July 26, at the Border Days Arena in Grangeville. Here, sisters Taylor and Colby Canaday participate in the pair sack race. For results see sports.