Two Individuals Arrested After Alleged Lewiston Main Street Burglary and Attempted Strangulation

Lewiston Police Department

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LEWISTON -- On Wednesday, November 24 at approximately 12:20 p.m. Lewiston Police responded to a residential burglary in the 600 block of Main Street. Two male suspects were observed on a Ring doorbell camera removing luggage, bags, and golf clubs from an apartment complex.

Ten Tips for Shopping Securely Online

Northwest Credit Union Assn.

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It seems just couple of years ago, consumers were skeptical about shopping online, but today, shopping online for everything from groceries to televisions has become the norm. The FBI Internet Crime Report shows that cybercriminals were responsible for $4.1 billion in losses in 2020, with Business Email Compromise (BEC) schemes being the costliest for online shoppers. Not-for-profit, cooperative credit unions around the Northwest have some important tips for your news audiences.

Governors Cut Red Tape, Address Workforce Shortage Ahead of Holidays

Governor Brad Little

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BOISE  – With an American supply chain in crisis under the Biden Administration, Governor Brad Little signed on to “Operation Open Roads,” a commitment from America’s governors to cut red tape and address the workforce shortage to ensure everyday goods are available to Idahoans for the holiday season.

Pullman Regional Hospital District Boundary Remains Unchanged; Elbracht and Grantham Retain Board Seats

Pullman Regional Hospital

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PULLMAN —The Whitman County Auditor has certified the results of the November 2, 2021 election. Results indicate Jeff Elbracht and Tricia Grantham will retain their seats on the Pullman Regional Hospital Board of Commissioners, and voters did not pass the hospital annexation resolution.


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