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  • Josh Crosby plays at park July 24

    Josh Crosby and his band of Kooskia were the featured performers at the Grangeville Summer Concert Series Thursday night, July 24.

  • White Bird Hill Fire 7-24-14

  • Noelle Pikus-Pace Visit

    Sochi silver medalist Noelle Pikus-Pace spoke at Grangeville City Park Monday, July 21, to a crowd of more than 300. The Olympian is the sister of Dr. Jared Pikus, St. Mary’s Hospital and Clinics, Cottonwood.

  • Elk City Wagon Road Days

    Elk City Wagon Road Days parade was held in Clearwater Saturday, July 19, with more than 20 entries and a large crowd on Main Street. Parade-goers also visited the museum, had hamburgers and attended additional events.

  • Stites Day Parade

    Stites Day parade, held Saturday, July 12, drew seven entries. A handful of people watched on Main Street and a small crowd gathered for food and fun at the park afterwards.

  • ISSAR heli demo

    The Idaho State Search and Rescue Summer Conference was held in Grangeville at Snowhaven Ski Area on Friday through Sunday, July 18-20, organized by the Idaho County Sheriff's Office Videos in this set were shot during the Saturday morning helicopter demonstration by Two Bear Air, Flathead County Sheriff's Office, Montana.

  • Border Days 2014 - Triple Bar Drill Team

    A mainstay at Border Days for several decades, members of the Triple Bar Drill Team performed each night at the rodeo.

  • Border Days 2014 - Aces Up, Micky and the Motorcars

    The band Aces Up out of Bonney Lake, Wash., played as the opening band for the Border Days concert July 5. Idaho band Micky and the Motorcars, featuring the Braun Brothers, brought in a large crowd to the Border Days Arena for the outdoor concert Saturday night, July 5.

  • Border Days 2014 - Rodeo

    Fans filled the Border Days Arena for rodeos July 2, 3 and 4. Here, a young lady tries her luck and breakaway roping and gets the job done.

  • Border Days 2014 - Street Sports

    Hundreds of kids lined the Main Street of Grangeville for the Border Days Street Sports foot races July 2-4. Little ones were awarded with a 50-cent piece for running. Here, girls in the preschool age group take a turn July 2.

  • Border Days 2014 - Egg Toss

    More than 2,000 people participated in the Super Egg Toss on Grangeville’s Main Street during Border Days 2014. Here, super tossers line the street and take a stab at not getting egg on their faces July 2.

  • Slack Time

  • Border Days Royalty Tryouts

    At the Border Days royalty tryouts held Thursday, June 26, at the Border Days Arena in Grangeville, outgoing 2014 Queen Kristin Kaschmitter and Princess Kassandra Simler made a last buzz of the arena to end their reign.

  • Taser Demonstration

    Grangeville Police Officer Wes Walters and his dog, Taser, were recently certified through the Idaho POST Academy for completing 80 hours of controlled substance canine training. At the May 19 Grangeville City Council meeting, Walters and Taser conducted a demonstration of their detection abilities with drug training aides. A 4-year-old German Shepherd, Taser is certified to find methamphetamine, marijuana, heroin and cocaine. He is the first GPD narcotics detection dog in the city’s history.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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