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GHS cheerleading meeting, clinic set for June 7-8

An organizational meeting for Grangeville High School Coed Cheer is set for Wednesday, June 7. 6:30 p.m., at the GHS library.

Lindsley throws All-America discus at NAIA championships

Juston Lindsley made College of Idaho history at the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Friday, May 26, becoming the first thrower to earn All-America honors. He finished fifth in the discus with a throw of 169-01.75, a school record.

F&G board to reconsider chinook fishing closures at June 2 meeting

On Friday, June 2, the Fish and Game Commission will meet via conference call to consider a proposal to reopen fishing for spring chinook salmon on the Little Salmon River, and to open summer chinook salmon seasons on the Clearwater, South Fork Salmon and upper Salmon River.

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Grangeville accident briefly slows weekend travelers

An accident at the intersection of U.S. Highway 95 and Main Street/State Highway 13 briefly impaired the flow of traffic shortly after 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, May 26, when Jacob Candeube of Missoula, Mont., failed to stop his Toyota pickup at the stop sign.

Lindsley raises C of I hammer throw record at NAIA national meet

Grangeville High alum Juston Lindsley set a College of Idaho school record in the hammer throw at the NAIA Men's Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

Sports

GHS cheerleading meeting, clinic set for June 7-8

An organizational meeting for Grangeville High School Coed Cheer is set for Wednesday, June 7. 6:30 p.m., at the GHS library.

Lindsley throws All-America discus at NAIA championships

Juston Lindsley made College of Idaho history at the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Friday, May 26, becoming the first thrower to earn All-America honors. He finished fifth in the discus with a throw of 169-01.75, a school record.

F&G board to reconsider chinook fishing closures at June 2 meeting

On Friday, June 2, the Fish and Game Commission will meet via conference call to consider a proposal to reopen fishing for spring chinook salmon on the Little Salmon River, and to open summer chinook salmon seasons on the Clearwater, South Fork Salmon and upper Salmon River.

News

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Grangeville accident briefly slows weekend travelers

An accident at the intersection of U.S. Highway 95 and Main Street/State Highway 13 briefly impaired the flow of traffic shortly after 2 p.m. Friday afternoon, May 26, when Jacob Candeube of Missoula, Mont., failed to stop his Toyota pickup at the stop sign.

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Manley arrested after reports of gunfire at Lucile Boat Ramp

Multiple Idaho County Sheriff's deputies responded to reports of shots being fired at the Lucile Boat Ramp located off Highway 95 near milepost 203 at 11 a.m. Thursday, May 25.

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It's Your Business: Farewell set May 24 for staff leaving Grangeville High School

Those interested in volunteering with the Grangeville Farmers’ Market are invited to a meeting Sunday, June 4, 2 p.m., at Pioneer Park.

Opinion

On Memorial Day: Honor the dead and then serve the living

Editorial

Most will be off this Monday, Memorial Day, and for the commemoration we’ll be recommending you be a little selfish with your time.

Candidate Labrador should resign

Guest Opinion

Yes, we are bankrolling his run for higher office whether you know it or not. Therefore, Raul Labrador should resign his seat immediately.

Proud, appreciative of community’s support

Letter to the Editor

The 2017 Grangeville High School graduating class and their parents want to thank you for your support in making the 2017 Alcohol and Drug Free Senior Fun Night Graduation Party a huge success.

Community

Cottonwood News: Blood drive set for May 31

Congratulations to Deacon Joseph Lustig, who was ordained a deacon last week. Also, congratulations to all graduating seniors of Prairie High School and Summit Academy. We wish everyone much success in the future with God’s blessing. The forecast for this week looks great! Lots of sunshine. My rhubarb plant is really growing. Time to make some desserts.

Riggins News: Chevelle sets new pole vault record

My quote for the week is “Speak to children as if they are the wisest, kindest, most beautiful and magical humans on earth…for what they believe is what they will become.”

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Clearwater Valley News: Couple marries at Harpster area ranch

Spring is for weddings, track meets and graduations. Last Saturday, Calla Hagle and Jake McGarry married at her parents’ (Sue Hagle and John Hetzner’s) 2 Lazy H ranch near Harpster. Countless friends and family members from all over the country gathered for a beautiful outdoor ceremony. The weather couldn’t have been more perfect. The couple travelled in traditional style in a horse-drawn cart driven by Larry Nims. (see photo). The celebration continued for several days, with many guests camping on site. Best wishes to this wonderful couple!