No. 7 LC State Completes Season Sweep of Corban with 8-4 Victory

Lewis-Clark State College Sports Information

ThatJoshGuy 365

SALEM, Ore. – The double-digit scoring streak may have been snapped, but the streak of victories grew to 21 in the 8-4 victory over the Corban University Warriors on Sunday. Seventh-ranked LC State completed the season sweep of Corban and improved to 30-2 on the season and 23-1 in Cascade Conference play behind a home run by Dillon Plew and a strong performance on the mound by starter Alec Holmes.

“We came out a bit flat offensively today,” Head Coach Jake Taylor said. “Once again though, our offense produced enough timely hits.”

Spring Snow Storm on the Palouse Causes 3-Car Collision

Media Release | Whitman County Sheriff's Office

ThatJoshGuy 762

Pullman, WA- On 04-10-21 Whitman County Deputies, Washington State Patrol, Fire District 12, and Pullman Fire responded to a 3 car injury collision on SR195 near MP14, approximately 8 miles south of Pullman. Crews arrived on scene and battled winter weather tending to occupants of the involved vehicles. 1 person had to be extricated from the vehicle using the Jaws of Life.

Warrior Baseball Clinches CCC Regular-Season Title with Sweep of Corban

Lewis-Clark State College Sports Information

ThatJoshGuy 388

SALEM, Ore. – The No. 7 LC State Warriors claimed the first Cascade Conference title in program history on Saturday after a sweep of Corban. This is the first season the Cascade has sponsored baseball officially, having retired the NAIA West moniker after the 2020 season. The doubleheader featured drastically different games, with LC taking game 1 19-14 in 10 innings, then game 2 by a final of 12-0 in eight innings.

LC utilized an eight-run eighth inning to overcome a seven-run deficit before heading into extra innings in the first game of the day.

Senior Night Sweep for LC State Volleyball

Lewis-Clark State College Sports Information

ThatJoshGuy 839

LEWISTON, Idaho – The Warriors celebrated their four seniors with a victory over College of Idaho in the Activity Center on Saturday night in sweeping fashion. LC State took down the Yotes for a second straight night, this time 3-0 (25-18, 25-20, 25-18). Prior to the contest, the Warriors recognized seniors Denise Elder, Jordan Hunter, Morgan Ness and Jordan Hunter. Ruffing is expected to return in the fall after the NAIA granted fall sports another year of eligibility.

“Want to send our best to our three seniors that will be leaving us after this season,” Head Coach Shaun Pohlman said. “All three have fought to get back to the court through injuries and have stayed loyal and committed to the growth of the program. Would also make mention that we are happy our 4th senior, Jess Ruffing will be returning to us in the fall as well.”

Volleyball Falls to No. 14 Corban in Three

Lewis-Clark State College Sports Information

ThatJoshGuy 777

SALEM, Ore. – The Lewis-Clark State Volleyball team faced a tough challenge for the second night in a row in No. 14 Corban University. In what seemed to be a completely different matchup then the previous night, the Corban Warriors swept the LC State Warriors 3-0 (25-19, 25-17, 25-17).

“Nothing was really working tonight,” Head Coach Shaun Pohlman said. “We needed the block we had last night against them, but we couldn’t get our team to make the necessary adjustments on the block.

Area Bird Lovers Asked To Temporarily Remove And Clean Bird Feeders Due To A Suspected Outbreak Of Salmonellosis

Press Release | Idaho Fish & Game

ThatJoshGuy 1169

The fatal disease is suspected to have been found in southern and northern Idaho birds that frequent area feeders

Wild birds that frequent feeders in the winter can be especially susceptible to disease outbreaks of salmonellosis, due to the large numbers of birds coming to feeders.

In an effort to reduce the potential transmission of salmonellosis locally, Idaho Fish and Game recommends that those who have bird feeders in their yards temporarily discontinue all feeding of wild birds for at least a few weeks.

Six Pack STEM Program For Children

Lewiston City Library

ThatJoshGuy 560

On Monday, March 29, the Lewiston City Library will kick off its first Six
Pack STEM Program for children ages 8 to 13 at the library.

This six-day STEM program will introduce children to the fundamentals of technology
and computer science through daily one hour sessions focusing on the
basics of code, electricity, circuitry, telegraph machines, internal
components of computers, and designing computer algorithms.

Negotiated Rulemaking for Forest Practices

Idaho Department of Lands (IDL)

ThatJoshGuy 756

(Boise, Idaho) Rules for harvesting timber next to fish bearing streams may soon be easier to understand and follow. Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) will hold negotiated rulemaking for the Rules Pertaining to the Idaho Forest Practices Act. Two rules are recommended for revision to simplify implementation and to account for updated forest management technologies.  Rulemaking allows forestland owners, industry, and other members of the public to participate.


Please email news tips to our news director at: