Andrew Ottoson

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Kamiah rules: Gov. Otter, officials take public inquiry at capital for dayp

Constituent questions varied from education to drugs, public lands and Internet taxation at last Friday’s Idaho-Lewis County Capital for a Day event.

Wolf management group organizing locally

While the public-sector lethal control board’s efforts may have stalled, a private group trying to organize locals wants to accelerate the trapping of wolves in the Clearwater Region.

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Savages snap Huskies win streak

Jimmy Shepherd's 25 points lifted the Savages to a 57-50 win over Highland Saturday night at Salmon River High School — but without effective defense from Rylie Travis and Alex Diaz, Highland's Tanner Dempsey (26 points) might have given the visiting Huskies a winning burst.

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Highlight of the night: Savages best Huskies

Jimmy Shepherd's 25 points lifted Salmon River to a 57-50 win over Highland Saturday night.

County, tribe cooperating on garbage billing

Garbage fees that for decades Idaho County failed to bill to 118 Nez Perce Tribe-owned properties will be billed soon, outgoing Idaho County Commission chairman James Rockwell said Tuesday, Dec. 30.

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LHS passes Dawgs’ test: Lewiston 62, Grangeville 58

For all of the first half and parts of the third and fourth quarters of a 62-58 loss Dec. 29 at the LCSC Activity Center, Grangeville matched Lewiston shot for shot.

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Highlight of the night: Bulldogs test Lewiston

For all of the first half and parts of the third and fourth quarters, Grangeville matched Lewiston shot for shot.

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Upriver Rampage: Night of the Rams

Morrow’s trey lifts CV to overtime win; food banks net $8,000

On a night Kamiah led by 10 points with four minutes left in the fourth quarter, a late surge set up a moment for Clearwater Valley sophomore Mitch Morrow to take and make a hero shot.

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Idaho County Shootout

The annual Idaho County Shootout raised more than $10,000 for local food banks — about $6,000 less than the event raised last year. Organizers decided ahead of time that the traveling trophy would not be awarded this year.

Girls basketball: Schumacher paces Prairie to season’s sixth victory

For the third time in a week, Prairie doubled its opponent’s point total.

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