graduating class of 2005 has three valedictorians and two salutatorians.
Valedictorians are Amy Huffman, Brian Crecelius and Philip Nedoma. Salutatorians
are J.Z. Savage and Eric Morin.
The Golden Key International
Honor Society recognized Amanda Dell as being in the top 15 percent of her
graduating class in the recent University
20 Years Ago
Orofino Insurance Agent, Neal
Johnson of Walrath Insurance Agency, Inc. will be installed as president of the
Idaho Professional Insurance Agents at the Red Lion, Riverside
Kenneth C. Weller, a
graduating senior at OrofinoHigh
and son of Kaye Weller and Kenneth J. Weller, both of Orofino, is one of 500
finalists in the 1990 Presidential Scholars program.
Debbie Hodges, Pierce, was
chosen as the 1860 Days Queen for 1990. Heidi Supple, Weippe, was first
runner-up and Marina Jared was second runner-up.
Orofino JV baseball team
members are Bill Bunch, Trapper Stewart, Ron Sutton, Ken Roughton, Josh Goodwin,
Brian Reggear, Todd Johnston, Michael Kessinger, David Roeder, Dwayne Call, John
Stewart, Richie Litostansky, Brian Corder, Ray Fuentes and Chad Tondevold.
Top students for the 1990
graduating class are Katie Eichert, valedictorian and Neal Eby and Ken Weller,
Honor students for Timberline
High School 1990 graduating class are Roger Allen Wise, valedictorian and Pamela
Jean Fish, salutatorian.
Doug and Steve Crockett,
owners and George Casteel, manager of Grangeville Builders Supply will hold a
Grand Opening May 18 at Grangeville Builders Supply.
25 Years Ago
girls’ track team members are Nicole Young, Angela Willis, Mindy Wright, Kylen
Wendt, Angie Broadbent, Lisa Stebbens, Dorinda McKinley, Becky Smolinski, Lisa
Hudson, Ann Bennett, Andrea Schlader, Janet Brown, Lori Morris, and Julie Lougee.
Alex Stackhouse is one of the
two high school students from Northern Idaho
to attend the R.E.A. 1985 Youth Seminar as a Clearwater Power representative,
and will serve as a youth advisor.
The OrofinoHigh School
girls’ softball team took third place at state tournament in Coeur d’Alene
last weekend. Team members are Tonya Shamion, Malia Leaton, Michelle Corder,
Lisa Isaacks, Tammy Perrin, Jennifer Lambrecht, Angie Ponozzo, Michelle Isaacks,
Debbie Hester, Teri Zierlein, Tara Bainbridge, Laura Walters, Erica Kludt, Julie
Delaney and Shannon Tuning.
Members of the National Honor
Society at OrofinoHigh
are Jill Ross, Lisa Call, Natalie Leonard, Briana Wargi, Melissa Teats, Curt
Steiner, Julie Delaney, Laurie Fix, Dave Schwartz, Alex Stackhouse, Jeff Farley,
Doug Adams, Brian Roy, Jerry Skinner, James Edelblute, Kevin Gale, Dale Lentz
and Nels Kludt.
45 Years Ago
Don Halbmaier, industrial arts
teacher at OrofinoHigh
has been named Orofino Jaycees Outstanding Educator in Orofino.
A ten foot rise in the North Fork to 24 feet and similar gains in the main river marked the
heaviest early snow melt in several years, with all area streams running full
55 Years Ago
Sub normal temperatures kept
the Clearwater River streams at record low levels during March and brought
the April snow course measurement of water to 10% of normal.
80 Years Ago
Fire broke out in the PierceGrade School
following the explosion of an oil stove in the lunch room. The grade school and
gymnasiums were totally destroyed, causing a loss of $26,000 without equipment.
The new high school, constructed at a cost of $27,000 was in danger for awhile.
Construction through use of
federal funds on a portion of the Greer-Kamiah link of the Lewis-Clark Highway
will be undertaken sometime in 1935, according to the district highway