Warrior Track and Field Hits Three Potential Qualifying Marks in Day One of Polar Vortex Classic

2/20/21 | Rylee Brown | Sports Information Intern

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CALDWELL, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State Track and Field finally had a chance to compete on Saturday with hopes of qualifying for the NAIA Indoor Track and Field National Championships. On day one of the Polar Vortex Classic, the only indoor meet the LC will compete in before nationals, the Warriors were eager to be back on the track, even if it meant an outdoor one with indoor parameters. LC State had several first-place finishes and many who will advance to event finals tomorrow. Cole Olsen, Clayton VanDyke and Madi Carson all hit potential qualifying marks and won their events.

Emory Leads Warriors in Season Opener

LCSC Press Release

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LEWISTON, Idaho – The LC State Volleyball team took the court for the first time in 462 days on Friday on the first day on Cascade Conference competition. Though the Warriors fell to Bushnell in both matches, with the Beacons taking the first match 3-1 (21-25, 25-19, 25-23, 25-19) and the second 3-0 (25-16, 27-25, 25-15) they were grateful to be competing and are eager to hit the court again.

Rivalry Renewed – Warriors Come Away with 74-71 Victory over C of I in Game 1 of CCC Playoff

LCSC Press Release

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Three free throws made the difference on Thursday night when No. 4 Lewis-Clark State Men’s Basketball held off a potent College of Idaho team in the Activity Center. Trailing 71-67 with 1:20 to play, LC State took advantage of costly Yote fouls and drained seven foul shots to make up the difference and earn the victory in Game 1 of the Cascade Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament Championship, presented by U.S. Bank.

Asotin County Sheriff Sergeant and Local Business Owner Team Up to Help a Resident in Need

Part of our new feel good Friday series.

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LEWISTON, ID - Snow has hammered much of the U.S. in the past couple of weeks and our region has seen its fair share as well. For many homeowners in our region, this means lacing up their snow boots, grabbing a snow shovel, and clearing their driveways, walkways, sidewalks, etc. Clearing a driveway is NOT a fun task. It's hard work. As a result, there are some in our community who are no longer physically able to do any of the above tasks. This was the case when Sergeant Cory Kingsbury of the Asotin County Sheriff's Office and Kyle Cromer, owner of The Work Shop & Sons, teamed up to help an elderly woman in need.

$84.4 million from HUD supports local homeless programs

From the Washington State Department of Commerce.

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OLYMPIA, WA --- The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently announced $84.4 million in grants to Washington state to continue helping an estimated 17,800 people in need. The grants renew funding for HUD’s “Continuum of Care” — a program that supports community-based programs on the front lines of serving individuals and families experiencing homelessness.

Warrior Women Pull Away in the Second Half to Take Game 1 of CCC Playoff

LCSC Press Release

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Holding the College of Idaho to just two points during a near 20-minute stretch, the Lewis-Clark State College Women’s Basketball team rode its defense to a 56-40 win over the Coyotes in the opening game of the Cascade Collegiate Conference Tournament best-of-3 series at the LC Activity Center on Thursday night. 

Kreidler extends emergency orders on coronavirus testing and surprise billing to March 21

OIC Press Release

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OLYMPIA, Wash. – Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has extended two emergency orders. His order requiring health insurers to waive copays and deductibles for any consumer requiring testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) and his order protecting consumers from receiving surprise bills for lab fees related to medically necessary diagnostic testing for COVID-19 are both extended until March 21, 2021. 

Weather: HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK: Lower Elevations Can Expect 1 to 3 Inches and Impacting Friday Morning Commute

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HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK

Northern Panhandle-Coeur d`Alene Area-Idaho Palouse-Central Panhandle Mountains-Lewiston Area-Lewis and Southern Nez Perce Counties-Northeast Blue Mountains-Lower Garfield and Asotin Counties-Washington Palouse-Spokane Area-Northeast Mountains-East Slopes Northern Cascades-

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for portions of North Idaho...North Central Idaho...North Central Washington...Northeast Washington and Southeast Washington.

TODAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY

Lower elevations can expect 1 to 3 inches and impacting Friday morning commute. An active pattern should continue through much of the period but will be coupled with gradually warming temperatures. Light snow is continues through today, with heavier snow likely across the Cascades and higher terrain of northern Idaho.

DEVELOPING: Clarkston PD Responding to Potential Gun-Shot Report

CPD Radio Chatter

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CLARKSTON, WA - Clarkston Police are responding to a report that someone heard six or so gun shots coming from the Hillview RV Park. Witnesses say that it sounded louder than a firework with a distinct "booming" sound. Police units are en route to the area, and this post will be updated when more information is made available. 

 

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