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Bulldogs spank Kubs

      In their second to the last game of the season, Genesee secured the fifth spot in the standings by defeating Kamiah last Friday night, 50-0.

     “Kamiah is a very well coached team,” said Genesee coach Tim Sperber. “They’re beat up, but they kinda punched us in the mouth, and we had to get after it.”

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HOSA Club Print E-mail

HOSA Club seeks sponsors for military care boxes

     The Kamiah High School HOSA Chapter ended last year on a high note; winning at State and going to Nashville TN for International competition. One of Kamiah’s teams placed in the top 15 out of 110 teams and overall the trip was a big success.

     The chapter members and I would like to thank everyone in the community who supported our fundraising and cheered our students on.  We wouldn’t have gotten to Nashville without your generosity.

     We start the 2016-2017 school year off with 25 students in the HOSA Chapter, the largest group so far.  I am excited to welcome Andy Martin and Loren Paterson as co-advisors. Our 2016-2017 officers are Chynna Wilcox President, Lacey Kludt Vice President, and Davi Murphy as secretary.

     The chapter is already fundraising and we have begun to organize our military care boxes for the holidays.  We are doing 20 boxes again this year, but we are doing something a little different.  We have several of our graduates who are in the military and will be overseas during the holidays, so we will be focusing on them as well as their units. We have a great time shopping, packing and then mailing the boxes before Thanksgiving.  Anyone who would like to sponsor one or more boxes, please contact me at the high school at 935-4067.

     The HOSA students are already working on what events they want to participate in for State competition, which is the first week of April, 2017.  A lot of hard work goes into preparing for State competition and they are taking it very seriously. We will also be hosting the 3rd HOSA Color Run in April of 2017 and I am sure we will have other interesting events to keep us busy for this school year.

HOSA Advisor Ms. Law

Hunting update Print E-mail

Deer season off to a promising start

     Judging deer hunting success a week into the season is kind of like predicting a football game after the first quarter when the score is 7-3, but so far, deer hunters are reporting seeing plenty of animals and expressed general satisfaction with their hunts.

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The Great Outdoors Print E-mail


Nice catch - Not a steelhead, but Clyde Brown was happy with his smallmouth bass caught from the Clearwater River east of Kamiah in September when it was still warm in the evening. Photo by Nan Vance


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