Warriors Bested by No. 20 Carroll in Helena

Alisha Alexander | Sports Information Director

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LEWISTON, Idaho – The Warrior women faced off against a familiar foe in No. 20 Carroll College in the final game of the Carroll Thanksgiving Classic on Saturday, and fell 99-48. Kiara Burlage led the Warrior scoring efforts with 15 points.

“This is the kind of game you want to forget about,” Head Coach Brian Orr said. “We got our tails kicked by a really good team. I think that is probably the best Carroll team we have seen. They outplayed us in every aspect. We couldn’t match their effort or their physical play.”

NRCS Announces Application Deadline for EQIP Sign-Ups

Natural Resources Conservation Service

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BOISE, Idaho, October 30, 2020 –The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Idaho has a December 4, 2020, application deadline for Fiscal Year 2021 Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) projects.

“We encourage any producers who experienced losses due to this season’s wildfires to contact their local offices and talk with our staff about how EQIP could help them,” said Lori Kassib, the Assistant State Conservationist for Programs for NRCS Idaho. “Early start waivers may also be available to those whose situations require that they start implementing conservation practices soon in order to avert more damage to their operation.”

Warrior Golf Defeats College of Idaho to Open 2020-21 Season

Lewis-Clark State College Sports Information

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BOISE, Idaho – For the first time since March 13, the Warriors were able to compete and they made it count. Both Lewis-Clark State Golf teams defeated the College of Idaho at Crane Creek Country Club in dual match that was cut short due to snow. The men took their match 5-2, and the women earned a 3-1 victory.

Troopers Make One Arrest At The Idaho Statehouse

IDAHO STATE POLICE NEWS RELEASE

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Idaho State Police Troopers arrested a Meridian woman this evening after a brief incident on the steps of the Idaho Statehouse.

The incident occurred at 6:00 p.m. as more than 100 people from two separate groups gathered on the Statehouse steps. As Troopers worked to keep the groups separated, a Trooper witnessed a woman reach out and attempt to grab another woman, causing both to fall down approximately three stairs. The Trooper was close enough to quickly try to stop the incident, causing him to also fall.

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