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Whitman Co. sheriff's deputies looking for persons of interest
The sheriff's office says two women may have information that could lead to an arrest in a case of vehicle prowling and credit card fraud.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
School is back in session; obey laws when driving in school zones
You may have noticed the flashing school zone signs around town. That's because city and school district leaders want drivers to start thinking about school zones and taking extra precautions.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Lawmakers to eye endowment land investments, public defense reforms
An interim committee of Idaho lawmakers tasked with determining if Idaho endowment lands are being managed properly to generate revenue is scheduled to meet for the first time Thursday, the Lewiston Tribune reports; click below for a full report from the Trib via the AP.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
LPD doubles patrols for Hot August Nights
Car enthusiasts aren't the only ones getting ready as the Lewiston Police Department also prepared for one of the busiest weekends of the year.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Developing a Community Park remains a goal for Lewiston Parks & Rec.
Building some new softball fields and an amphitheater are among the goals of Lewiston Parks and Rec leaders.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
City of Lewiston Annual Budget progresses to third reading next week
The second reading of the 2015 Lewiston budget is now in the books, despite cost cutting measures just beginning.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo to seek re-election
U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo says he will seek re-election in 2016. In making the announcement Friday in Lewiston, the 63-year-old Republican says he's committed to resolving a number of critical issues to the country.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Lewiston Orchards Water Exchange Project breaks ground to drill new well
For years, wells in the L-C Valley and surrounding area haven't been getting the water they need.
Benefit concert at Pioneer Park to help the fight against cancer Saturday night
One Lewiston woman is working to raise money for cancer research. Brenda Wittman is getting things ready for a benefit concert she's putting on at Pioneer Park on Saturday.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Lewiston City Manager recommends Myklebust for permanent fire chief
The city of Lewiston could have a new fire chief come next week. Travis Myklebust has been working at the Lewiston Fire Department for nearly 23 years.
Rain Helps Containment of Idaho Willdfires
Idaho's currently largest wildfire, the Big Cougar, has burned 62,500 acres 20 miles south of Lewiston and is now 80 percent contained.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
38 Idaho residents fail to appear for jury duty
Eight northern Idaho residents who didn't show up for jury duty and then failed to appear after being summoned to explain their previous absence are facing contempt of court charges.
New hotel planned near Lewiston movie theaters
The vacant land on the proposed site is owned by the was founded in the 1960s doing residential development and expanded into hotels in the 1970s, Stapleton said.
Bearing the Load
The pilings for the first Long Bridge were driven in 1908. The latest incarnation of the Long Bridge was completed in 1981.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
The Big Cougar Fire has burned 65,000 acres; 50-percent contained
The Big Cougar Fire, burning south of Lewiston, is now 50-percent contained, however containment has come at a steep price.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Amazing Video: Kayakers speed along drainage ditch
Extreme kayaker Ben Marr gave the world of a first-hand perspective of the extreme stunt in the video published on YouTube.
Mega-Loads Taking Longer Than Expected to Reach Idaho Panhandle
A 926,000-pound piece of oil refining equipment the size of a NASA rocket is on its way to the Idaho Panhandle, but it isn't getting there as quickly as the Idaho Department of Transportation expected.
Obama: Airstrikes have destroyed arms, equipment
President Barack Obama says U.S. airstrikes in Iraq have succeeded in destroying arms and equipment that could have been used against the Kurdish capital of Irbil.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
New evacuations for the Big Cougar Fire south of Lewiston
LEWISTON, Idaho- The Big Cougar Fire is burning actively .Because of recent fire development, the following evacuations are in order: Nez Perce County Sheriff has issued a Stage 3 Evacuation Notice at 3:00 pm for residents along the Salmon River from the confluence with the Snake River upstream to the Oxbow.
Teen arrested after dog abused in northern Idaho
Police officers have arrested a 14-year-old boy in connection with the abandonment and abuse of a dog found in northern Idaho that later had to be euthanized.