BONNERS FERRY — The 2015 Badger baseball team got off to a great start as they travelled to Orofino to take on the 2014 2A State Champions.
BONNERS FERRY — After splitting the season with the Timberlake Tigers and squeaking out an overtime win in the first round of district play, the Bonners Ferry boys basketball team took the Intermountain League second-place trophy after trouncing the Tigers at home Feb. 26.
Kerstin Oxford, Jasmine Hill, Abby Skeen and Savannah Woods were selected as Intermountain League All-League players for the 2014-15 season.
PRIEST RIVER — The Bonners Ferry Badgers defeated the Priest River Spartans 52-35 in the last match up of the season Tuesday night at Spartan Arena.
The BFHS cheerleaders took first place in the only category they entered at the Prairie Classic Cheer Competition In Rathdrum on Jan. 24.
BONNERS FERRY — The Bonners Ferry Badger wrestling team hosted the Bonners Ferry Invitational tournament Feb. 6 and 7. With 14 Badgers competing, half scored points for the Badgers.
Down nine points at halftime, the Badger men looked to be in trouble at home Feb. 10 against a Kellogg team undefeated in IML play. By stiffening defensive pressure the Badgers were able to claw their way to the lead in the second half, but couldn’t hang on for the win, losing 46-43 as the clock ran out.
Both mallards and Canada geese usually arrive at their breeding grounds paired. Mallards are among the earliest of dabbling ducks to form pair bonds with 75 to 80 percent of females paired by late November. Canada geese have the same mate for life.
Fresh from a second-place IML finish in basketball, Junior Caleb Blackmore is taking his turn on the mound for the Badgers baseball team this spring.
Skunk cabbage that have been in bloom a long time have larger leaves since the leaves emerge after the flowers.
Tim Harlan, owner of Answering Specialists, peeks over the shoulder of one of his employees at the Bonners Ferry call center.