Brogdon Becomes 18th Warrior to Make the Major Leagues

News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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On Tuesday, the Philadelphia Phillies called up promising right-handed relief pitcher Connor Brogdon along with veteran Blake Parker from the team’s reserve camp in Lehigh Valley, Pa. Brogdon played at LC State during the 2016 and ‘17 seasons and was drafted by the Phillies in the 10th round of the 2017 draft.

Mobile Hand Sanitizer Units Available on Loan to Community Organizations

Beautiful Downtown Lewiston

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Lewiston, ID— Thanks to a grant from the Innovia Foundation, Beautiful Downtown Lewiston (BDL) has eight mobile hand sanitization units available to loan to organizations planning community events to stem the spread of COVID-19. The hand sanitization units are in Lewiston and available to community organizations on a first-come, first-serve basis.

10 reasons to keep fishing (or learn to fish) during late summer

Press Release | Idaho Fish & Game

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Late summer can be an odd season for anglers because sometimes it feels like fishing season is winding down, but in many parts of Idaho, summer-like weather typically lasts through September and into October. That means lots of time remains for fishing, and if you’ve been postponing a fishing trip, or learning the sport, you’ve still got time. 

Vandals Dining Gifts $1,000 Grant to Vandal Food Pantry

News Release | Vandal Dining

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Moscow, Idaho. - ​This summer, Vandals Dining at the University of Idaho gifted the on-campus Vandal Food Pantry a $1,000 grant to be utilized as 100 all-you-care-to-eat meal vouchers redeemable at the Hub; UI’s resident dining destination. This grant came at a time when the Vandal family and local Moscow community have seen increased food scarcity across the board due, in part, to COVID-19 repercussions

CAF-Idaho Launches State’s First All-Inclusive Cycling Club

Challenged Athletes Foundation

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Idaho cyclists of all ages and abilities can now connect with like-minded individuals who share a passion for cycling and a desire to support adaptive sports across the state.

BOISE, Idaho (August 10, 2020) – The Idaho chapter of the Challenged Athletes Foundation launched the first statewide, multi-discipline, all-inclusive cycling club, August 8 at the Ada-Eagle Bike Park here, and in Ketchum, Idaho.

Prime Nursery Grounds For Hells Canyon Bighorn Sheep Permanently Protected Along The Snake River

Press Release | Idaho Department Of Fish and Game

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A piece of the Northwest’s most important habitat for bighorn sheep was protected this week, thanks to a partnership between Western Rivers Conservancy and the Idaho Department of Fish and Game

On Wednesday, partners placed a conservation easement over the 2,920-acre Ten Mile Creek Ranch along the Snake River. Western Rivers Conservancy then sold the protected ranch to a private buyer who shares the partners’ conservation vision for the property. 

Changing Hazards of Residential Fires

Press Release | Washington State Patrol

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Olympia – The Washington State Fire Marshal’s Office advises residents that home furnishings have changed over the last few decades from natural materials to synthetic materials. Synthetic fabrics, padding, glues, and resins in newer furnishings burn hotter, faster, and produce more toxic gases and smoke than natural materials.

(Lewiston, ID) - Sheriff's Office Is Seeking Any Witnesses To Tammany Creek Road Collision

Press Release | Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office

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On August 9, 2020 at approximately 1730 hours Nez Perce County Deputies responded to an injury collision at the intersection of 21st Street and Tammany Creek Road. A 1989 Ford Bronco II, being driven by Sarah Boesen, 51 of Lewiston, was traveling East on Tammany Creek Road turning left onto 21st Street, when Bror Borjesson, 41 of Lewiston was also traveling east at a high rate of speed attempted to pass the Bronco as it turned. Borjesson was trapped under the Bronco until bystanders assisted in removing him. Borjesson was transported to St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center by Lewiston Medics with serious injuries. The Sheriff's Office is seeking any witnesses to this collision. If you have any information about this collision please contact the Sheriff's Office Dispatch at 208-799-3131 extension 1, for Deputy King. 21st Street was blocked for about 2 hours for the investigation. The Sheriff's Office was assisted by the Idaho State Police on scene.


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