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Kubs fall to Troy

     The Kubs are struggling to make up rained out games in an up and down season with only six games played so far. After a disappointing loss to CV last Thursday when the Rams narrowly edged the Kubs out 4-3; they traveled to Troy on Saturday, and fell prey to Trojan pitcher, Wyatt Yager, who struck out nine batters and only allowed two hits. 

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CVHS Baseball Print E-mail

Rams enjoying winning streak4-16-15-tyler-massey-sports

     The Rams are riding a hot winning streak with six consecutive games under their belt and only three losses so far in the season.

     Last week they played Kamiah on Thursday, tying down a one point lead in the sixth with a final score of 4-3.

Tyler Massey took the mound for CV in their game against Kamiah last week, pitching three solid innings before setting up the fourth inning for Mitch Morrow with runners on base and only one out. Janene Engle/Progress

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KHS boys win Invitational; CV boys take fourth

     Last Saturday’s spring weather may have been dreary for some, but it wasn’t a deterrent for the many track teams that showed up to compete in the Kamiah Invitational meet.

     Kamiah’s Cody Langston led the boys team to first place with two victories in the 100 and 200 meter races. CV’s Cole Olson placed first in the 3200.

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Preschool screening Print E-mail

Terrific Tots screening offered April 17

     A free developmental screening is offered April 17 for children age birth to five that will provide parents with information about their child’s physical and cognitive development.

     The screenings will be conducted at the Lewis-Clark Head Start building, located at the end of the Kamiah High School track on Hill Street, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

     This is for children who will not be attending kindergarten during the 2015-16 school year. If your child is three to five, call Kamiah Elementary School to set up an appointment at 935-4012 or Lewis Clark Head Start at 935-2811.

     For children age birth to three, call 935-2811.

     The free screening is provided by the Kamiah School District, Infant Toddler Developmental Disability Program and the Lewis-Clark Head Start.

The Great Outdoors Print E-mail


The flop over - This deer looks a little perturbed at having its picture taken. Or maybe it’s the latest style for does this season. The animal was observed along the Salmon River on April 3. Photo by Robin Lanman

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