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A GRIP ON SPORTS • Just when it seems there is sunshine ahead, it begins to snow. Or, in college basketball parlance these days, it snows positive coronavirus tests. And the resulting slick roads means more and more programs have slid off the road and are stranded in a ditch somewhere.
Before she was appointed the top editor at the Idaho Statesman, Christina Lords was known for going to bat for her staff.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • As winter starts to take hold a bit more, as January begins to make its exit, as we enter the two-week void before the Super Bowl, college basketball holds center court in our thoughts. As it should be.
Five Big Sky Conference football teams have opted out of the league's six-game delayed spring season, necessitating a revised schedule that was released Monday.
Cody Woolverton, 23, was pronounced dead at the scene around 3 a.m. Saturday, Idaho State Police said in a news release.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Friday ripped state lawmakers for jeopardizing efforts to fight the coronavirus and called on residents to contact their senators and representatives as they push legislation aiming to strip away some of his authority during a crisis like the pandemic.
Nearly a year after launching a research effort to study why moose populations in Idaho have been declining, researchers with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game are starting to get some answers.
On one hand, Washington State volleyball coach Jen Greeny is happy her players will have a season after months of COVID-19-related uncertainty and unknowns. On the other hand, the Cougars open at home Friday against Oregon and Wednesday’s practice was just the team’s fifth full workout since returning to campus from an extended holiday break.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Sometimes what is said is important. Other times, what isn’t said is. Let’s focus on that second sentence, shall we?
Scrambling to salvage a spring football season, Big Sky Conference athletics directors hope to have a new plan in place by mid or late this week, according to Gawlik.
Idaho is 0-11, and lacks a dynamic scoring capability. Damen Thacker is leading the Vandals and averaging 11.5 points a game. But in a pair of defeats to Northern Colorado last week, Idaho displayed some intriguing production from its two big men.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • Rise and grind. It’s like one of those signs Dr. Rick wants us all to throw away, as to not become like our parents. For college basketball players, however, it’s a mantra that rings true in conference games.
Gina Marxen scored 21 points and dished out four assists as Idaho bounced back for a 74-57 victory over Northern Colorado on Saturday in Greeley, Colorado.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • If you like cold-weather football, today is the day for you. Or, if you like warm-weather basketball, it’s not bad either.
Wildlife biologists in both Washington and Idaho will be busy in the coming weeks capturing deer and other ungulates in an effort to improve management of the animals.
A GRIP ON SPORTS • There were televised college basketball games to watch from nearly dawn to midnight yesterday, which means one thing. Well, two. Our backside is sore this morning and there are a plethora of games to cover before we can even think of looking ahead to the weekend.
Micayla Isenbart hit a jumper with 1 second remaining as Northern Colorado upset Idaho 63-61 Thursday in Greeley, Colorado.
Matt Johnson led a balanced Northern Colorado attack with 18 points as the Bears dominated Idaho 74-54 on Thursday at Memorial Gym in Moscow, Idaho.
A group of miners was stuck inside the Galena mine overnight after the mine near Wallace lost power Wednesday morning.
High winds buffeting the area Wednesday caused a tree to fall onto Coeur d'Alene's oldest church, resulting in apparent roof and structural damage, according to the Museum of North Idaho.