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OLYMPIA - Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced today the first major action of his office’s Honest Fees Initiative. Global technology company CenturyLink will pay $6.1 million to the State of Washington according to a court order to resolve the Attorney General’s lawsuit regarding a range…
LEWISTON - Lewis-Clark State Volleyball’s Tori Edwards can now add All-American to her resume after both the AVCA (American Volleyball Coaches Association) and the NAIA voted her an Honorable Mention All-American. She also garnered First-Team All-Northwest Region honors and was the Frontier …
LEWISTON - Lewis-Clark State College has announced that Hillcrest Aircraft Company of Lewiston has become the first corporate partner to donate $100,000 to the college’s new Schweitzer Career & Technical Education Center.
LEWISTON - Two Lewis-Clark State College organizations received grants recently from the Idaho Humanities Council to help enhance public awareness, appreciation, and understanding of the humanities in the state.
CLARKSTON - The Washington State Department of Health has awarded Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus a Certificate of Recognition for Antimicrobial Stewardship. Only 11 Critical Access Hospitals across all of Washington State were awarded this recognition.
LEWISTON - The holidays are a time for friends, family and co-workers to come together in celebration. Wherever you are, whether at an office party, a family member or friend's home, it is essential that you make the lifesaving choice to drive sober when the party ends.
OLYMPIA - Washington Governor Jay Inslee recently signed an executive order that directs Washington state agencies to update many of the state’s technology systems. These systems help the state continue uninterrupted services to Washingtonians and are well overdue for important and more curr…
LEWISTON - O’Melodi Whiteman, a senior majoring in graphic communications, designed the winning holiday card for Lewis-Clark State College that President Cynthia Pemberton will send out later this month.
LEWISTON - The Lewis-Clark State College Warrior Food Pantry received a $1,000 check from the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation to help food insecure students so they can focus on their health, wellbeing, and academic success.
BOISE - The latest Idaho Youth Risk Behavior Survey provides encouraging news in some areas of student well-being and reinforces the State Department of Education’s commitment to socialemotional learning.
LEWISTON - Lewis-Clark State College alum Stacia Morfin was the big winner during the Lewis-Clark State College Business Division’s annual Entrepreneur Challenge held at the college’s Williams Conference Center.
OLYMPIA - Graduation rates are one of the more important measure of how well Washington’s K–12 education system is serving students. The measure is used in the Washington School Improvement Framework, one tool the state uses to understand progress and identify schools in need of additional s…
LEWISTON - On November 29, an unconscious inmate was found at the Nez Perce County Adult Detention Center. Medical personnel was immediately notified to respond to the Detention Center. After responding, paramedics pronounced 41-year-old Sarah F. Stamper deceased at the scene.
LEWISTON - Lewis-Clark State Volleyball’s Tori Edwards and Brooke Kaawa added to their list of accolades on Thursday with the AVCA’s announcement of the all-region teams. Edwards was named All-Northwest Region First Team, and Kaawa earned Honorable Mention status.
OLYMPIA - As part of its work to protect youth from the risks of tobacco and vapor products, Whitman County Public Health is reminding the public that Engrossed House Bill 1074 goes into effect on January 1, 2020, at which point it will become illegal to sell tobacco and vapor products to an…
KAMIAH - The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a wastewater planning grant in the amount of $45,000 to the city of Kamiah in Lewis County.
LEWISTON - After receiving more than 700 entries from students across Idaho in grades K-6, State Superintendent Sherri Ybarra and the judges have picked their winners for each grade in the State Department of Education’s annual holiday card contest.
BOISE - More than 6,000 college students will get a share of Idaho’s Opportunity Scholarship money this fall, up nearly 50 percent from a year ago.
BOISE - Idahoans saw the prices for employer-sponsored health insurance grow nearly six times faster than its median income between 2008 and 2018, according to a new national report from The Commonwealth Fund.
LEWISTON - At just before 4 A.M. this morning, fire crews were dispatched to a reported house fire at 3114 8th Street in the Lewiston Orchards. Lewiston Police were the first to arrive and reported heavy fire and smoke coming from the home.
CLARKSTON - Asotin County Fire District #1 was called to a two car injury accident on highway 129 near Swallows Nest Park at around 12:30 P.M. Thursday afternoon. Lewiston's ambulance crew was also dispatched and transported two people to the hospital with non life threatening injuries.
MOSCOW - On Thursday, October 21 at just after 8:00 P.M., the Moscow Rural Fire Department and Moscow Volunteer Fire Department were dispatched to a reported structure fire at 3260 Foothill Road.
COTTONWOOD - Less than a week removed from his team winning a state championship by beating Lost Rivers 26-6, Prairie football head coach Ryan Hasselstrom has been named Idaho 1A Division 1 coach of the year by the Idaho State Coaches Association.
BOISE - The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a $29.2 million low-interest wastewater construction loan to the city of Lewiston in Nez Perce County.
LEWISTON - Lewis-Clark State College has received a $50,000 donation from Idaho Forest Group (IFG) for naming rights for two industrial electronics classrooms on the main level of the college’s new Schweitzer Career & Technical Education Center, LC State officials have announced.
LEWISTON - According to Nez Perce County Coroner Joshua Hall and the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office, the FBI has concluded a forensic examination of the remains of Shawnta L. Pankey. Pankey’s remains were recovered on May 5, 2019 near Buffalo Eddy on the Snake River. Pankey had been missing f…
LEWISTON - An anonymous donor has set up a scholarship endowment to honor two Lewis-Clark State College professors for the impact they make on students as well as the Lewiston-Clarkston community.
LEWISTON - The Lewis Clark Valley Veterans Council in conjunction with The Fleet Reserve Association Branch 63, VFW Post 10043, SGT Major Linehan Detactment Marine Corps League and all the LC Valley Veteran Groups will conduct a Pearl Harbor Remembrance Ceremony on Saturday, December 7 at th…
LEWISTON - The 2019 Hiwaymen Toy Run supporting Salvation Army's Christmas Angels will be on December 14. All riders are welcome, and organizers say this event will happen - rain, snow or shine.
OROFINO - On November 22 at just after 10:00 P.M., Clearwater County Deputies along with Clearwater County Ambulance responded to the area of 152 Twin Ridge Rd. for a single vehicle accident. When Deputies arrived they found 74-year-old Sandra Love, of Orofino, had left the roadway while neg…
KENDRICK - On November 22 at around 10:00 A.M., Latah County Deputy Sheriffs served an arrest warrant and search warrant at a residence in Kendrick.
PULLMAN - Washington State students are faced with quite the dilemma this weekend. With Thanksgiving Break officially here, students have to decide between going home on Friday and spending time with family, or staying an extra day to support the Cougars in their final home game of 2019.
FLAGSTAFF, AZ - The 2019 season for the Idaho Vandal football team will come to an end this Saturday when they travel to take on the Lumberjacks of Northern Arizona.
SPOKANE - Avista and certain parties to the company’s electric and natural gas general rate cases have reached a partial settlement agreement that has been submitted to the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (UTC or Commission) for its consideration.
LEWISTON - The Lewiston Fire Department responded to 616 Linden Avenue at around 4:15 P.M. for the report of a car on fire in a carport. Upon arrival crews found a passenger vehicle fully engulfed in fire underneath a steel parking structure with no other vehicles nearby.
KAMIAH - The Olde Fashioned Christmas is a family-friendly affair that aims to evoke some of that timeless Yuletide magic in Kamiah. The weekend will be full of Christmas activities and crafts for all.
BOISE - Governor Brad Little issued an executive order today to resolve conflicts between state and federal law related to the interstate transportation of hemp across the state of Idaho. The executive order serves as a stopgap measure until the Idaho Legislature enacts a more permanent solution.
DEARY - U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development Donald “DJ” LaVoy today announced that the department is investing $635 million in 122 projects to improve water systems and wastewater handling services in rural communities in 42 states.
LEWISTON - On November 15, the Idaho Fish and Game Commission extended the current bag limits for steelhead fishing (one fish per day, three in possession) on portions of the Snake, Salmon and Little Salmon rivers for the 2020 spring steelhead season, which begins on January 1.
OLYMPIA - Today the Washington State Board of Health expanded its emergency rule on vapor products to include a new section banning the sale of vapor products containing vitamin E acetate. The Department of Health recommended the update based on new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…
AHSAHKA - Dworshak Dam Visitor Center will be temporarily closed for the holidays on November 28 and 29, and December 24 through January 1, 2020.
OROFINO - At just after 4:00 A.M., on November 16, Clearwater County Deputies along with Clearwater County Ambulance and the Orofino Fire Department Rescue 3 responded to mile post 52 on Highway 7 for a single vehicle rollover accident. 22-Year-Old John Thomas of Orofino, was traveling south…
COLVILLE, WA – The search for a missing Colville pilot and his plane has been concluded after a local resident discovered the body of the pilot in Sullivan Lake on Saturday, November 16.
CLARKSTON - On Friday, November 15, at just before midnight, Asotin County deputies were advised of an assault that occurred at 1217 Washington Apt. #2 in Clarkston. The caller advised Whitcom dispatch that he had been shot and stabbed and that the man who did it was passed out on his floor.…
PULLMAN - Disappointment. That is the word one could use to describe how the 2019 season has played out thus far for Mike Leach and the Washington State Cougars.
PULLMAN - Efforts to help build a brand new indoor practice facility for the Washington State football team took a major step in the right direction recently thanks in part to the largest cash donation in the athletics department history, according to the Cougar Athletic Fund.
MOSCOW – There is no place like “Dome” for the Idaho Vandals, and that sentiment couldn’t be more true following a rough road trip to Missoula over the weekend. To put it lightly, the Vandals weren’t in Idaho anymore. Okay, that’s enough corny Wizard of Oz references.
FERDINAND - The Idaho Department of Fish and game says three deer were found shot and left to waste in agricultural fields in the Keuterville and Ferdinand areas. The department had previously reported that only two deer were found.
LEWISTON - At 7:01 P.M. on Wednesday evening, the Lewiston Fire Department was dispatch to a reported structure fire at 1825 Birch Court in the Lewiston orchards. First arriving crews found light smoke coming from a bed room at the corner of two story split entry home. The crews entered the …
LEWISTON - Teresa Carmack, an instructor in Lewis-Clark State College's Teacher Education Division, has earned an award for her development of hybrid classes for international students at the college.