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A GRIP ON SPORTS • Welcome to our version of “Sesame Street.” The word of the day on this last Thursday of November is “thanks” of course. And the number? Not sure just yet. We may have to count all the links and give you a total later.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • College basketball is tipping off the 2020-21 season today, though the schedule of your favorite team has probably changed already. Which brings up a pretty important question: Why are games being played? We know the answer of course, but we thought we would ask anyhow.
The University of Idaho men's basketball games this week at the U.S. Bank Portland Invitational against Seattle University (Nov. 25), University of Portland (Nov. 27), and William Jessup (Nov. 28) have been canceled in conjunction with Oregon state policies/protocols relating to COVID-19.
Tonight Timberlake Girl's Basketball went head-to-head against the Lakeland Hawks. Here are the best highlights from the night.
Top-ranked Coeur d'Alene had yet to face a team as dynamic and tested as Rocky Mountain when they recently met in a no-fans-allowed 5A state semifinal.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • A lot has been lost this year, in ways big and small. It’s huge in Washington there won’t be an Apple Cup game this Friday, but in the realm of the world, it’s probably a tiny blip on the year that is 2020.
Each year in late summer/early fall, Chinook travel more than 800 miles back from the ocean to scoop out gravel nests in the small streams of the central Idaho wilderness and deposit their eggs.
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission approved changes to nonresident participation in general season deer and elk hunts to address concerns from residents about hunter congestion in some areas, Friday.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • There is so much to unpack this Friday morning, it seems akin somehow to a three-week vacation in the wilderness. Except, of course, things like that don’t happen these days. But we have football news, basketball news and, ahem, season-saving news. What a Friday.
In normal times, in the second year of a coaching regime, game philosophy and team personality could be expected to come into clearer focus.
If this season looks like the mother of all rebuilding projects at Washington State, Kamie Ethridge is quick to disagree.
Due to an uptick in coronavirus cases around the state, fans are currently not permitted to attend high school games in Idaho.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Of all the recent innovations instituted by the NFL in the past 20 years or so, Thursday night football has to be the worst, right down there with the way the league handles replay or marks the football. The Seahawks’ appearance this year occurs tonight. At home vs. the Cardinals. Strap in folks, because we don’t know what’s going to happen.
Idaho high school basketball is back! Tonight we stopped by Lakeland as their girl's basketball team went head-to-head against Post Falls. Here are the best highlights from all the action.
The first two games of the season for the Idaho women's basketball team have been canceled, the school announced Wednesday.
Jamie Gillette pleaded guilty in October 2019 to two federal criminal counts after investigators with the FBI and IRS alleged she embezzled $305,000 from her former employer, Bendable Bright Light, a manufacturer of illumination products for sewing machines based in Bonners Ferry. Gillette told investigators she had been authorized by the business's owners to use company accounts to pay for credit card and other expenses when they could not afford to pay her salary, according to court records.
Washington State's basketball team will play a regionally-focused nonconference schedule, hosting Idaho, Eastern Washington and two other Big Sky opponents as part of a seven-game slate in November and December.
Sylvester Trevon Tuggles Jr. pleaded guilty to a single count of attempted armed robbery in July, according to court records.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • OK. I will say it. This week is weird. I blame the NFL. Partly because the Seahawks will be wearing their garish “color-rush” uniforms but mainly because they will face Arizona on Thursday night. For the second time this season. The first one didn’t go all that well.
OLDTOWN, Idaho – Masked kindergartners lined up Monday morning carrying shoe boxes and wearing “shiny” new snow boots at Idaho Hill Elementary School.