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Youth MOVE: Students invited to talk about mental health

A youth-driven advocacy group is taking root local. Youth MOVE (Youth Motivating Others Through Voices of Experience) started meeting in Grangeville earlier this year. The group’s purpose is to give youth the tools necessary for them to take an active role in their own recovery with mental illness.

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Fishing For GHS Homecoming Points

Grangeville High School juniors (front to back) Justin Fogleman and Blake Darr were fishing away as part of the GHS homecoming skit for the “Jaws Juniors” on movie theme day Thursday, Sept. 14. All students participated in daily dress-up themes, class skits, cheers, games and parade.

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Students invited to local career fair Oct. 12

Is your student confused about what to do with his future? Or perhaps your student has definite plans about what she wants to do following graduation. No matter the answer, part of the equation is the upcoming Career and Community Fair.

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GHS Spirit

Grangeville High School seniors (L-R) Kelsey Pilant, Marie Hauger and Blake Courtney get into the homecoming spirit on the parade float Friday, Sept. 15.

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GHS Homecoming Queen and King

Grangeville High crowned Morgan Crea and Garett Malone homecoming queen and king during a ceremony at halftime of the Bulldogs' 42-8 win over McCall Friday night, Sept. 15.

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SRHS Homecoming Queen and King

Salmon River High School crowned Miranda Hofflander and Joe Fredrickson homecoming queen and king Friday night, Sept. 15.

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Kamiah Hall of Famers

Kamiah Joint School District 304 Hall of Fame members and former district superintendents Fred Mercer and Jerry Currin (middle, L-R) were honored at the home football game Sept. 1 at Kamiah High School. Also pictured (far left) is current Kamiah superintendent Steve Higgins.

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Flamingo Fun Run to raise money for SMA; Lutz’s senior project event set for Sept. 30

For Grangeville High School senior Kate Lutz, the idea for her senior project was a no-brainer. “My sister, Addie, started the Flamingo Fun Run four years ago, and then she also focused on it for her senior project,” Lutz explained.

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Mosman is new ag science teacher, FFA advisor; FFA open house social set for Sept. 18

A new face in education has taken over the helm of Grangeville High School’s agricultural science education; however, to Katie Mosman, Grangeville feels like home. “I grew up on a farm north of Nezperce and graduated from Nezperce High School in 2009,” Mosman said. “Being in Grangeville really does feel like home.”

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A Rodeo Thumbs Up

Kids from across central Idaho gathered in Grangeville last Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 9-10, for District 3 High School/Junior High Rodeo. Held at the Grangeville Border Days Rodeo arena, the event was put on by the Twin Rivers Rodeo Club. Pictured at Saturday’s event — waiting their turn and watching — were (left) Emmy Williams of Grangeville, and (right) Emma Blanthorn of Riggins.

GHS Senior Fun Night meeting set for Sept. 18

Grangeville High School senior parents (class of 2018) are invited to the first Senior Fun Night meeting which will be held in the library Monday, Sept. 18, 6:30 p.m.

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GHS FFA has successful fair

The Grangeville FFA Chapter had an amazing year in the 2017 Idaho County Fair. The I.C.F has always been enjoyable for young and old, with everything from delicious Lions burgers and huckleberry ice cream to live music and a parade to end the events and festivities. The Grangeville Chapter of the FFA was there not just to have fun and enjoy the food, but to also show off their summer’s hard work.

Sullivan among EOU spring graduates

LA GRANDE, Ore. (August 30, 2017) - Eastern Oregon University awarded 639 bachelor’s degrees, 107 master’s degrees, five associate degrees and two certificates during the 2016-17 academic year.

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Dancers Open House

Girls from 2 on up to 22 were all part of Shirley’s Dance Studio’s open house in Grangeville Aug. 28. Current and future students met, signed up for the coming year and danced a little, too. Sign-ups are still available by calling Shirley Sears at 509-758-6510. Dancers meet each Monday at the United Methodist Church in Grangeville. (Top) Capri Hagen practices her moves while (left) Faye Kennedy gets into the groove.

Tribe awards grants to area schools; recipients: Kooskia, Grangeville

“My first three weeks here have been fantastic – busy, but fantastic,” said Mountain View School District 244 Superintendent Marc Scheibe.