Pullman PD Launches Officer Wellness App

Pullman PD Press Release

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PULLMAN – Due to the nature of law enforcement work, police officers are at high risk for negative impacts to their mental wellness, including anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, and suicide. The Pullman Police Department has partnered with Cordico to provide officers and their families with access to a mobile wellness app, specially designed to support their mental health and overall well-being.


Clarkston School District

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Clarkston, WA--The Clarkston School District is excited that the Governor’s office has made the announcement that schools are now allowed to bring back students at a 3-foot physical distance in our classrooms. After weeks of discussion and preparation for this possibility, we have the following announcement:

Washington partnership leverages AmeriCorps to address unprecedented food insecurity efforts across state

Governor Jay Inslee

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Last year, Serve Washington, the state’s service commission, the Washington State Department of Agriculture, and the Schultz Family Foundation created the Response Corps to respond to unprecedented levels of food insecurity across the state.

LC State Cross Country Lands Both Teams in NAIA Top 10

LCSC Athletics

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Both Lewis-Clark State Cross Country teams joined the NAIA’s top 10 in the final edition of the top 25 polls, released on Monday. Both teams overtook teams ranked ahead of them in the previous poll at the Cascade Conference Championships on Friday and both are likely headed to Cedar Rapids, Iowa next week for the national meet.

ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY: U.S. withdraws from Vietnam


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Two months after the signing of the Vietnam peace agreement, the last U.S. combat troops leave South Vietnam as Hanoi frees the remaining American prisoners of war held in North Vietnam. America’s direct eight-year intervention in the Vietnam War was at an end. In Saigon, some 7,000 U.S. Department of Defense civilian employees remained behind to aid South Vietnam in conducting what looked to be a fierce and ongoing war with communist North Vietnam.

Avista continues restoration efforts after Sunday’s windstorm

Avista Press Release

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SPOKANE, WA -  March. 29, 2021, 11:00 a.m.: Following Sunday’s windstorm, Avista crews and staff continue responding to the remaining outages. At the peak of the windstorm, approximately 18,600 Avista customers were without power, with 120 incidents reported. As of 10:00 a.m. Monday, 15,100 customers have been restored, with approximately 3,500 customers still without power because of the windstorm. 

The Ever Given, a Giant Container Ship that was Blocking the Suez Canal, Finally Freed

The ship had blocked the important canal for nearly a week.

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CAIRO, EGYPT - The Ever Given, a giant container ship that was blocking the Suez Canal for nearly a week, has finally been freed. Due to the ship blocking the important shipping canal, billions of dollars worth of freight were trapped in the Great Bitter Lake. 

Motorcyclist Leads Local Police on Wild Chase, Reaching Speeds of Over 100 MPH Before Pursuit Ends with a Bang

NPC Sheriff's Office

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LEWISTON, ID - On March 27, at around 11:40 P.M., a motorcycle eluded LPD in the area of 10th and Burrell. Nez Perce County Deputies located the motorcycle near Nez Perce Grade and Preston Ave. The Deputies attempted to initiate a traffic stop, however, the motorcycle then accelerated and a pursuit was initiated. 

Convicted Child Murderer Joseph Edward Duncan, III, Dies on Death Row

USAO Press Release

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BOISE – Joseph Edward Duncan, III, who was sentenced to death in 2008 for the kidnapping and murder of a nine-year-old North Idaho boy, died this morning. Duncan had been diagnosed with stage IV brain cancer. Duncan was in custody on death row at Terra Haute Federal Correctional Institution.

Early Morning Pursuit Ends In Idaho After Vehicle Tires Spiked at Bottom of Lewiston Hill.


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COLFAX- At approximately 1:30 Sunday morning, deputies with the Whitman County Sheriff’s Office attempted to stop a southbound vehicle for a speeding violation on SR 195 just north of Pullman.  The driver of the vehicle failed to pull over for pursuing deputies, continuing into Pullman via Davis Way before turning southbound onto Grand Ave. The vehicle continued traveling at a high rate of speed through town, at times in the opposite lane of travel, before again heading southbound on SR 195.

WSU Threatens Students with Action if they Ignore COVID-19 Guidelines

The University posted the warning on one of its social media pages.

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PULLMAN, WA - Washington State University has posted a strong warning to one of its social media pages aimed at its students. The Facebook post is over what the University claims as its "alarmingly high" numbers of COVID-19 cases. The school is threatening action against its students if Governor Inslee's safety guidelines, or the school's guidelines are ignored by students who host social gatherings or parties.



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