Turpin Qualifies for NAIA Marathon for Second Straight Year

Lewis-Clark State College Sports Information

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RICHLAND, Wash. – Lewiston native Connor Turpin accomplished an impressive feat for the second straight year with a national qualification in the marathon. Turpin, a junior out of Lewiston High School and key member of the No. 6 LC State Cross Country team, won the Richland Run Fest half marathon on Saturday with a time of 1:10:40.1.

Fire And EMS Crews Were Dispatched To A Garage Fire In Clarkston Heights

Asotin County Fire District #1

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Asotin County Fire District #1 fire and EMS crews were dispatched to a garage fire at about 1pm Saturday afternoon. Lewiston Fire and Medics also responded through an auto aid partnership to the fire on 24th Street in the Clarkston Heights.

Upon arrival the first crews encountered smoke and a small fire in the southeast corner of the shop. The property owner had taken a hose in and dowsed the fire once before crews arrived, but was driven out of structure by smoke.

The crews quickly knocked the fire down. The cause of the fire was wood near a wood stove that ignited.

There were no reported injuries and minor damage to the shop.

Timely Hits and Key Defensive Plays Lift Warriors in Doubleheader Sweep of OIT

Lewis-Clark State College Sports Information

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LEWISTON, Idaho – The No. 24 Lewis-Clark State Baseball team opened the Cascade Conference season on Saturday with a doubleheader at home against Oregon Tech. Compared to the season-opening road trip, the Warrior bats were relatively silent, aside from a four-hit day for Riley Way. Both LC starters, Tallon Thomason in game one and Trent Sellers in game two, had solid outings to help the Warriors to a pair of victories (3-1 and 4-3). Luke White provided the walk-off single in the game two victory that saw two defensive gems from Sam Linscott and Aidan Nagle.

Fatal Crash Vollmer Road at Rosenkrantz Rd, Near Lewiston

IDAHO STATE POLICE NEWS RELEASE

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On January 31, 2021, at approximately 2: 44 pm, Idaho State Police and Nez Perce County Sheriffs Office, responded to a fatality crash, northbound on Volmer Road, Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho. A side-by-side was traveling northbound on Volmer Road when it attempted to negotiate a curve. The side-by-side exited the roadway on the right shoulder, causing it to overturn. The driver was not wearing a seatbelt and succumbed to their injuries at the scene. Next of kin has not been notified. Alcohol is believed to be a factor. The investigation is ongoing.

Man Arrested After Shooting In Lewiston, ID

PRESS RELEASE | NEZ PERCE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

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On January 30, 2021 at approximately 2140 hours, Nez Perce County Deputies were dispatched to an address on Spring View Lane near Lewiston for a report of a shooting. Deputies arrived and secured the scene and provided aid to the victim until Lewiston Fire Department could arrive and transport the victim, Aaron T. Brewer, 39, of Lewiston to St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center. Although the investigation is still ongoing, the suspect, Douglas L. Tibbitts, 51, of Lewiston was arrested for the charge of assault with intent to commit murder.

The Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Idaho State Police Investigation's Unit and the Nez Perce County Prosecutor's Office.

Hot Start Not Enough to Lift No. 23 Warrior Women over Yellow Jackets

Official News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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BILLINGS, Mont. – The game of runs ended in favor of Montana State Billings after a hot start by the No. 23 Lewis-Clark State Women’s Basketball team. The Warriors came out swinging with a 23-6 first quarter, but a resilient MSUB team battled back to take the contest by a final of 77-69.

“You have to give MSUB a ton of credit,” Head Coach Brian Orr said. “The last three quarters, they were the better team on both ends of the court. We had no answer for (MSUB’s Taryn) Shelley, and their guards shot lights outs, especially in the fourth quarter.”

Mountain Goat Wounded by Would-be Poachers Located, Euthanized

Press Release | Idaho Fish & Game

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A mature mountain goat, suffering from at least three crossbow-related wounds was euthanized by Fish and Game conservation officers earlier this week.

Citizens Against Poaching (CAP) is offering a reward for information in the case and callers can remain anonymous. Contact CAP at 1-800-632-5999 twenty four hours a day.

Reports of the injured female (nanny) goat came to Fish and Game via the CAP hotline and Facebook; an accurate description helped officers quickly locate the goat just off Hells Canyon Road, south of Hells Canyon Dam. After watching the nanny for more than an hour, the officers determined that the animal was suffering and needed to be euthanized.

(Randy Martinez, IDFG)

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