The Idaho Fish and Game commission reopened spring chinook salmon fishing on portions of the Clearwater River and the Little and Lower Salmon Rivers starting June 3.
Idaho's Free Fishing Day is Saturday, June 10, with events scheduled 9 a.m. to noon at three Idaho County locations: Fenn Pond along the Selway, Wilkins Pond near Grangeville, Karolyn's Pond near Elk City.
The 19th annual Big Water Blowout River Festival in Riggins is set for Saturday, June 3. Participants on the water or from the banks can view the rafting action in the Class III and IV rapids in the second deepest gorge in North America.
GHS cheer clinic scheduled June 8; Lindsley throws all-America discus; ‘Hill of It’ ride slated Saturday, June 2; Bulldog Tennis Camp set June 13-15; 5K fund-raiser planned for June 17; Basketball camp scheduled June 5-7; Basketball camp set June 5-8 in Nezperce.
The key date for Idaho Cowboys Association cardholders who want to enter the White Bird Rodeo is June 5, and callbacks will be June 6. Rodeo fans and spectators can circle June 16-17, when the full slate of rodeo action will go at the arena near Twin Bridges, six miles south of White Bird.
This spring, district conservation officer George Fischer received an award he called “the pinnacle of recognition for wildlife officers” — the 2016 Shikar-Safari Club International “officer of the year” award.
After three days of rodeo competition in the Idaho State Junior High School Finals in Pocatello, May 26-28, two Clearwater Valley junior high students qualified for the Silver State Invitational Rodeo to be held at the Winnemucca Events Center in Winnemucca, Nev., July 3-8.
Hunters have until midnight Monday, June 5 to apply for this fall's deer, elk, pronghorn, black bear and turkey controlled hunts.
Next Level Athlete
Having run distance for the 2017 state champion Prairie Pirates Chaye Uptmor is headed to Caldwell on scholarship this fall, where she plans to study health and human sciences and psychology and, eventually, to pursue a degree in occupational therapy.
Gavin Branson will pursue an education degree on scholarship at Blue Mountain Community College in Pendleton, Ore., with an eye on becoming a history teacher — and towards becoming a basketball coach.
An organizational meeting for Grangeville High School Coed Cheer is set for Wednesday, June 7. 6:30 p.m., at the GHS library.
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.
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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- GHS to play at Colton
- Bulldogs net third win
- Olsen wins at Asotin, S-R sweeps Nezperce
- Rivalry renewed: Savages nip Pirates
- Extra, Extra: Clarkston edges Grangeville
- RAMPAGE: Pfefferkorn shoots for the win at the end of regulation
- Pirates run over Genesee
- Border Days Rodeo: Rainy Robinson
- Wallace dunks
- GHS Senior Boys Basketball Night 2016
- GHS Boys Basketball Senior Night
- GHS cheerleaders Dance Through the Decades
- Fly fishing clinic
- National anthem and starters at GHS senior night
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