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Soccer Squads Square Off

The Camas Prairie Cup — a four-on-four soccer tournament held last Saturday morning, July 15, drew teams from as far away as Moscow to the GHS soccer field, including the Lewiston-Clarkston VYSA player pictured at left.

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Golf results.

Raspberry Festival 5K set to run Aug. 6

Registration is open for the 10K Fun Run and 5K Run/Walk that kicks off the day of family fun at Raspberry Festival on Aug. 6.

America the Beautiful Senior Passes locally in short supply

Due to recent high demand, offices across the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests are currently experiencing a shortage of America the Beautiful Senior Passes. The forest is working to get more passes in stock.

Triple Bar Drill O-Mok-See set July 30

Drill Team O-Mok-See will be held July 30 at the Border Days arena.

One last shot at leftover turkey tags

Idaho turkey hunters have one last shot at 124 leftover fall turkey controlled hunt permits that will be available first-come, first-served starting at 10 a.m. MDT, July 17 at all Fish and Game license vendors, online at https://idfg.idaho.gov, or by calling 800-554-8685.

Fire closes Craig Mountain wildlife management area

Due to two fires — including one burning near Idaho County’s northern border — Fish and Game has closed the Craig Mountain Wildlife Management Area 30 miles south of Lewiston.

Dworshak, Elk City, Lolo zone elk tags available

Sawtooth tags sold at Fish and Game offices and vendor locations sold out in approximately 10 minutes for A tags and 13 minutes for B tags when they went on sale July 10. Tags sold via the Internet sold out in approximately 15 minutes for A tags and B tags.

Bull moose yearling poached; IDFG seeks information

Idaho Conservation Officers and local sportsmen are asking for your help in solving the unlawful killing of a yearling bull moose that occurred on the evening of July 2, near Camp 60 on Washington Creek.

Sports...in brief

Bulldog football camp set to run Aug. 8-9; GHS football parents, coaches to convene; Soccer sign-ups set; Football refs sought; Grangeville swim meet set; Kooskia Days softball game scheduled; JAKES Day scheduled.

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Local blood trackers gain recognition

Teckel Talk

I have been asked on many occasions “what the heck is a Teckel? They look like Dachshunds to me.”

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Golf, rodeo and fun run results.

Raspberry Festival 5K set to run Aug. 6

Registration is open for the 10K Fun Run and 5K Run/Walk that kicks off the day of family fun at Raspberry Festival on Aug. 6.

Woodruff wins 2017 Border Days Rodeo top prize

Breakaway roper Amy Woodruff won more than $1,300 for her top finish (2.0 seconds) in that event during the Border Days Rodeo held here July 1-3.

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Crowl wins Firecracker Fun Run

Brian Crowl won the Firecracker Fun Run July 4, finishing the new route in 18:10.09. The first female finisher was Lindsay McTague, who crossed the start-finish line, near the corner of Hall and West North Street, about six minutes later.

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