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Kubs trounce Rams at Homecoming


     The Kubs blew Clearwater Valley off the field at their Homecoming game last Friday; with a massive lead of 54-0 at halftime, Coach Ryan Ball substituted his JV players onto the field adding, “I was really pleased with the defensive effort our kids put up today, pretty amazing!”

     Kamiah won by a final score of 86-0.

     The Rams followed suit and utilized their JV players for the second half as well. With eight players who contributed a total of 33 carries, they were only able to gain three yards in the game.

Kub Cody Langston shifts gears as he races past Rams, Cody Morrow and Isaac James at Kamiah’s Homecoming game last week. Janene Engle/Progress

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KHS Volleyball Print E-mail

Lady Kubs grab first league win

     Thursday at Kooskia versus the Lady Rams going 72-75 in a three set sweep.

     Desi Nasura was 7-for-8 from the line with 12 digs, Lexi Snyder was 18-for-18 with six kills and three blocks and Lacey Kludt landed 11 of 12 serves with four kills and eight digs. Final scores were 25-16, 25-21, and 25-20.

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CVHS volleyball Print E-mail

Wildcats triumph over Lady Rams

    The Lady Rams took on the Lapwai Wildcats on Tuesday, and despite a disappointing loss, seem to be gradually building up their skills.

     In the first match, they kept up point for point and then lost their focus.  

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Teachers receive gift Print E-mail

Presbyterian club funds class supplies

     Teachers at Clearwater Valley Elementary School were surprised last Wednesday by a visit from the Presbyterian Ladies Club.9-24-15-teachers-receive-mo

     On behalf of the club, Cheryln Pankey and Ronnie Raymond presented each classroom teacher with a $50 donation to buy extra supplies for their classrooms.

     Each year the club chooses a project to donate their time and resources to.  From baking and delivering cookies to shut-ins, to making new drapes for the church, the group seeks to give back with a serving heart. This year, one club member read that school supply donations had run short.  Club president Janene Springer said the group decided it would be most efficient if each teacher purchased the supplies they saw the greatest need for in their classroom.

     The teachers are very grateful for this generous and unexpected donation. They sincerely appreciate the support from the Presbyterian Ladies Club.

Clearwater Valley Elementary teachers say thanks for the gift of money from the Presbyterian Ladies Club. Contributed photo

Fire ban lifted Print E-mail

Fish & Game lifts fire restrictions in Clearwater Region

     Due to recent widespread rain events throughout many parts of north central Idaho, all Stage I and Stage II fire restrictions are lifted on Idaho Fish and Game (IDFG) managed lands across the Clearwater Region, effective immediately. This applies to all Wildlife Management Areas, Lakes and Reservoirs, and fishing access areas owned or managed by IDFG across Latah, Clearwater, Nez Perce, Lewis and Idaho counties.

     Contact the regional office for more information at (208) 799-5010. Visit http://idahofireinfo.blogspot.com for current information regarding fire restrictions or contact the local land management office.

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