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Kubs rip Nezperce, fall to Lapwai    

     In their first winning game of the season, the Kubs took the Nezperce Indians to the cleaners, thanks to some impressive maneuvers by Kub sophomore Garrison Bretz. He netted four 3-pointers and contributed a total of 20 points, landing him the high scorer of the night.

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CVHS Boys' Basketball Print E-mail

Rams beat Loggers

     The CV Rams had their first Whitepine league division 1 game against Potlatch last week, defeating them 52-38.

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KHS Girls' Basketball Print E-mail

Lady Kubs can't catch a break

     It seems a winning season just isn’t in the cards for the Lady Kubs this year. Although they are definitely putting forth the effort, the skill level is just not there yet.

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CVHS Girls' Basketball Print E-mail

Lady Rams ramp it up     

     The Lady Rams are heating up with two more wins to add to their season. A home game against Highland last week proved to be a bit more of a challenge as the Huskies put up a decent defense.

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Elementary students receive valuable gift Print E-mail

CV students learn about bike safety

     Clearwater Valley Elementary students recently learned about bicycle safety during an asse12-18-14--k-1-bike-helmets-mbly presented by Idaho County Officer Carlos Martinez.

     Students created bicycle safety posters to be entered into a contest for a chance to win a free bicycle helmet. About 90 bicycle helmets were given out to students. Helmets, reflectors, and workbooks that were given to students were donated by the City of Kooskia through the Safe Routes to Schools Grant.

     Part of this grant has helped to build sidewalks in town for students to use to safely get to school and around town.

 
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