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Boys & Girls Clubs of the Lewis Clark Valley spring soccer registration is open through Feb. 8 for grades K-9. Youth are guaranteed six Saturday games beginning March 17. K-2 play at Lewiston Club, and 3-9 play at Clarkston Club.

Mountain View School District 244’s Zone 5 is in need of a representative. The zone’s trustee Jeremy Harris of Grangeville officially vacated his seat as of the July 17 meeting, and a replacement has not yet been found. “The borders of Zone 5 are a little crazy, so if anyone has any questions about the area this covers, call the district office or another board member,” said board chair Mike Dominguez of Kooskia.

After almost two years of discourse, rewrites and discussion, Mountain View School District 244’s board passed its Use of Force policy at the Feb. 27 regular meeting at Clearwater Valley High School in Kooskia.

Twenty-two people sat in the Grangeville Elementary Middle School Community Room Thursday evening, Feb. 2, to discuss a policy that will affect the more than 570 students at GEMS. “This is a very delicate subject and, frankly, I have been surprised that more people in our communities have not come to meetings about this,” said Mountain View School District 244 trustee Jeremy Harris of Grangeville.

The framework of a “use of force” policy continues to be shaped by trustees for Mountain View School District 244. The outcome is inevitable: A policy will be formed, no question about it. But the form it will take is still shadowy at best at this point. Two things we’ve observed through this process, now more than a year in the works.

“If the [firearms[ policy were to come to a vote tonight, I could not support it,” said Mountain View School District 244 trustee Jeremy Harris of Grangeville. Harris spoke about the MVSD 244 Use of Force Policy that had its third reading at the Dec. 19 school board meeting.