Andrew Ottoson

Sports/Outdoors Editor

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I grew up in the Denver suburbs and went to college in Hillsboro, Kansas, where I studied chemistry and bible and got my first newspaper job doing sports and features for a little weekly. I moved to Grangeville in April 2011, when I started covering sports and other topics for the Idaho County Free Press.

Recent Stories

  

Pirates’ prize: a rematch

After Oakley’s main weapon, Chandler Jones, put the Prairie boys on notice early in the 1AD1 semifinal last Friday night, Nov. 10, PHS quarterback Spencer Schumacher and running back Jacob Stubbers notified the Hornets the Pirates also had come to the Kibbie Dome fully armed.

November 15, 2017 8:56 a.m. read more..


Deary ends Salmon River's season

The Salmon River boys' football season ended against one of the strongest 1AD2 football teams in the state Friday night in the Kibbie Dome, where Deary scored the final 40 points, reversing an early Savages lead.

November 8, 2017 8:28 a.m. read more..
    

Salmon River Road to get another $900K in new work

Idaho County has entered into an agreement with Idaho Transportation Department for an estimated $897,000 in new work on the Salmon River Road. The agreement is for work intended to reduce ongoing maintenance costs, which were a sticking point in 2016, during negotiations over whether the county or the federal government would have to pay for the reconstructed road’s upkeep.

November 1, 2017 6 a.m. read more..


Vandals tear down Snowhaven sign; replacement in works

Seven miles south of town along the Grangeville-Salmon Road, someone tore down the sign that points out the turnoff up to the Snowhaven Ski and Tubing Area last weekend. “They hooked on to the posts with a chain and pulled it down,” Snowhaven manager Scott Wasem said Sunday night, Oct. 29.

November 1, 2017 6 a.m. read more..

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