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  • (Courtesy photo) Clark Fork homecoming king and queen, seniors TJ Henderson and Anna Fitchett.

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    (Photo courtesy ELAINA KIEBERT) The Clark Fork community was “all fired up” for homecoming, which was held the last week of September. Activities throughout the week included a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night homecoming football game in which the Wampus Cats beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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    (Courtesy photo) The last week of September was full of Homecoming fun for Clark Fork Junior/Senior High School, including a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night Homecoming football game in which Clark Fork beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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    (Courtesy photo) The last week of September was full of Homecoming fun for Clark Fork Junior/Senior High School, including a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night Homecoming football game in which Clark Fork beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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    (Courtesy photo) The last week of September was full of Homecoming fun for Clark Fork Junior/Senior High School, including a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night Homecoming football game in which Clark Fork beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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    (Courtesy photo) The last week of September was full of Homecoming fun for Clark Fork Junior/Senior High School, including a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night Homecoming football game in which Clark Fork beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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    (Courtesy photo) The last week of September was full of Homecoming fun for Clark Fork Junior/Senior High School, including a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night Homecoming football game in which Clark Fork beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

  • (Courtesy photo) Clark Fork homecoming king and queen, seniors TJ Henderson and Anna Fitchett.

  • 1

    (Photo courtesy ELAINA KIEBERT) The Clark Fork community was “all fired up” for homecoming, which was held the last week of September. Activities throughout the week included a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night homecoming football game in which the Wampus Cats beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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    (Courtesy photo) The last week of September was full of Homecoming fun for Clark Fork Junior/Senior High School, including a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night Homecoming football game in which Clark Fork beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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    (Courtesy photo) The last week of September was full of Homecoming fun for Clark Fork Junior/Senior High School, including a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night Homecoming football game in which Clark Fork beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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    (Courtesy photo) The last week of September was full of Homecoming fun for Clark Fork Junior/Senior High School, including a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night Homecoming football game in which Clark Fork beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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    (Courtesy photo) The last week of September was full of Homecoming fun for Clark Fork Junior/Senior High School, including a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night Homecoming football game in which Clark Fork beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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    (Courtesy photo) The last week of September was full of Homecoming fun for Clark Fork Junior/Senior High School, including a pep rally, powderpuff football, decorating floats for the parade, which was held Friday, Sept. 29, and the Friday night Homecoming football game in which Clark Fork beat the Kootenai Warriors 46-12.

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