Nez Perce Tribe Purchases 465 Acres of Property Adjacent to Casino

Nez Perce Tribe

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LAPWAI - On Thursday, October 14 the Nez Perce Tribe (Tribe) closed on the purchase of 358 acres of land adjacent to the Clearwater River Casino & Lodge. The property consists of agricultural, range and some development land and sits to the north and east of the Tribe’s property on Highway 95.

U of I Fall 2021 Student Enrollment Up 4.7%, Largest Freshman Class in Five Years

University of Idaho

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MOSCOW — Overall student enrollment at the University of Idaho for the fall 2021 is 11,303 students, up more than 4.7% over fall 2020 enrollment of 10,791 students. The increase is in several categories: first-year students, transfers, non-resident, WUE and international and graduate students. 

Friday is the Last Day For the County Clerk to Receive Requests for Absentee Ballot Voting

City of Lewiston

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LEWISTON -- Friday, October 22nd, is the last day applications for mail-out absentee ballots may be received by the county clerk for the November 2, 2021 Election. All applications must be received by the Auditor Recorder’s Office no later than 5:00 p.m.

Wenatchee, Washington Man Sentenced To Over 17 Years In Federal Prison For Production Of Child Pornography

Washington DOJ

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SPOKANE – Today, Vanessa R. Waldref, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington, announced that Jose A. Mendoza, age 32, of Wenatchee, Washington, was sentenced after pleading guilty to two counts of production of child pornography on June 30, 2021.

City of Lewiston to Review Ordinance Regarding Homeless Shelters at Monday Council Meeting

City of Lewiston

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LEWISTON -- On Monday, October 25 the City Council will consider two items relating to Homeless Shelters and Bridge Housing Shelters. Ordinance 4836 makes a distinction between Homeless Shelters (low barrier, more regulations) and Bridge Housing Shelter (high barrier, fewer regulations).

University of Idaho Arena Charts a Future for Mass Timber

United States Forest Service.

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MOSCOW -- With an undulating roofline designed to mimic the rolling hills overlooking the University of Idaho’s Moscow campus, the Idaho Central Credit Union Arena is hitting new creative heights for mass timber. The 62,000-square-foot, 4,000-capacity facility is home to the University of Idaho’s men’s and women’s basketball teams—the Vandals—and highlights Idaho’s sustainable forestry and wood products sector.

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