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  • Little Princess Tea Party

    Idaho County Fair royalty (queen Holli Uhlorn and princesses Marie Munger and Emily McHugh) put on the annual Little Princess Tea Party in Cottonwood Saturday, March 15. More than 80 little princesses attended for an afternoon of snacks, crafts, goodie bags, photo sessions and a wave and walk session with not only the ICF royalty, but also the royalty for the Lewis County Fair: queen Katy Haight and princesses Abigail Johnson and Emma Johnson.

  • Little Princess Tea Party

    Idaho County Fair royalty (queen Holli Uhlorn and princesses Marie Munger and Emily McHugh) put on the annual Little Princess Tea Party in Cottonwood Saturday, March 15. More than 80 little princesses attended for an afternoon of snacks, crafts, goodie bags, photo sessions and a wave and walk session with not only the ICF royalty, but also the royalty for the Lewis County Fair: queen Katy Haight and princesses Abigail Johnson and Emma Johnson.

  • Fire Speaks the Land

    Fire Speaks the Land features five dancers, a narrator, scenery and lighting, colorful costumes as well as several opportunities for the audience to participate in the performance, both on and off stage. Students learn about ecological issues relevant to our region through an artistic, narrated performance that both delights and informs.

  • Lifeflight arrives on crash

    Saturday evening, March 8: A LifeFlight helicopter arrives at the White Bird summit, U.S. Highway 95, to retrieve a crash victim from a one-vehicle rollover.

  • Buffalo Hump Syndicate

    The band Buffalo Hump Syndicate performed for Grangeville Elementary Middle School students Feb. 25.

  • Boys AAU Basketball Tournament at Grangeville Elementary Middle School

    Teams from Lewiston and Moscow competing Saturday afternoon, March 1, at the Boys AAU Basketball Tournament at Grangeville Elementary Middle School.

  • More snow means more fun

    Recent snowfalls have made for some great skiing and tubing runs at Snowhaven Ski and Tubing Hill. Saturday, Feb. 22, kept the hill busy but the lines moved fast for folks to get quickly on the powder.

  • More snow means more fun

    Recent snowfalls have made for some great skiing and tubing runs at Snowhaven Ski and Tubing Hill. Saturday, Feb. 22, kept the hill busy but the lines moved fast for folks to get quickly on the powder.

  • Larry Ramos (The Association) interview on KKAG Grangeville (Retro Radio) Part 2

    Larry Ramos (The Association) interview on KKAG Grangeville (Retro Radio) Feb. 15, 2014. Talking about views of The Association by other groups at the time; experience at the 1967 Monterey International Pop Festival.

  • Larry Ramos (The Association) interview on KKAG Grangeville (Retro Radio) Part 3

    Larry Ramos (The Association) interview on KKAG Grangeville (Retro Radio) Feb. 15, 2014. Talking on what advice he would give aspiring musicians, performers today; how it was different when he entered the business.

  • Kids Klub sponsored production of Missoula Children’s Theater’s “Cinderella”

    The Kids Klub sponsored production of Missoula Children’s Theater’s “Cinderella” was held at Grangeville Elementary Middle School Friday, Feb. 14, with more than 60 public, home and private schooled students in grades kindergarten through eighth participating in the evening performance. Winner of the $250 cash raffle winner for MCT was Kathy Wilson and the winner of a dental basket from Nelson Family Dentistry was Katina Dennis.

  • Larry Ramos Interview

    Larry Ramos (The Association) interview on KKAG Grangeville (Retro Radio) Feb. 15, 2014 Talking about experience on Ed Sullivan show; working with celebrities, their impact on him.

  • Sts Peter and Paul School talent show

    Students at Sts Peter and Paul School perform a sketch and dance to the song "What does the Fox say?" in the school talent show.

  • Snow clearing at Methodist church Feb. 3

    Grangeville residents were out clearing snow Monday morning, Feb. 3, following the prior evening’s snowfall. Among those clearing away the white stuff was this volunteer running the snowblower at the United Methodist Church on Idaho and Main streets.

  • Skiing Cottonwood Butte Ski area opening day Feb. 1

    Cottonwood Butte Ski Area opened for the season on Saturday, Feb. 3, drawing a good crowd of skiers and snowboarders.

  • GCL Readers Theater – The Book

    Members of the Grangeville Centennial Library Readers Theater group performed an originally written play, The Book, at the Blue Fox Theater on Saturday, Jan. 25.

  • Logging truck rollover

    Crews with the Idaho Department of Transportation clear the roadway of logs spilled during an early Monday evening logging truck rollover accident, Jan. 27, at the north entrance to Pollock on U.S. Highway 95.

  • Designed to Dance recital "Gone Country"

    Brittny Mundt’s Designed 2 Dance classes held their winter recital, “Gone Country,” Saturday, Jan. 11, at Grangeville Elementary Middle School. More than 60 local students participated in the recital with various tap, jazz and hip-hop dances.

  • Cottonwood Christmas Parade

    Cottonwood’s Main Street turned colorful and festive Sunday evening, Dec. 22, for the annual Christmas parade, sponsored by the Cottonwood Chamber of Commerce. Businesses, organizations and individuals sponsored floats; and the event was preceded by carolers singing traditional Christmas songs.

  • Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School Christmas program dress rehearsal Dec. 19, 2013

    To ready themselves for their annual Christmas program, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School students put on a dress rehearsal performance Thursday morning, Dec. 19, for a variety of family members and friends. The students performed the “real” program that night.

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