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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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GRANGEVILLE – Grangeville Border Days Princess Molly DeFord recently accomplished a major goal: she graduated with honors from Grangeville Hig…

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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 …

With a 49-39 win over visiting McCall-Donnelly, the Grangeville girls pushed Thursday’s streak-ending loss to Moscow into the distant past and marked the first victory of what might become a new run.

The Grangeville girls basketball team secured a 3-0 start to their season with a narrow win at Salmon River Nov. 20. “It was a good game,” Molly DeFord said Tuesday, Nov. 27. “We came out strong.”

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.

Though the Bulldogs trailed 11-0 early in the fourth game, Hayden Hill’s run of serves turned a 21-all tie into a GHS win over Clearwater Valley, Monday night, Sept. 17, 3-1 (25-11, 25-20, 21-25, 25-21). Earlier in the fourth game, Salmon River senior Mikaela Herrick rattled off the first 11 in a row before GHS rallied.