Monday's Weather

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Today's weather is brought to you by Clarkston CBD.

LC Valley: Some sun in the morning with increasing clouds during the afternoon. A few clouds overnight with light and variable winds. 77/51

Palouse Area: Partly cloudy with winds SE at 5-10mph. Partly cloudy overnight skies with light and variable winds. 74/48

Prairie Area: Intervals of clouds and sun. Winds light and variable. Partly cloudy skies overnight with light and variable winds. 75/46

For the full weather forecast read the article. 

 

Martinez’ Double-Double Not Enough to Lift Warriors Over (RV) Bushnell

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EUGENE, Ore. – The Warriors gave (RV) Bushnell a challenge on Saturday night in Eugene, Ore., but ultimately fell in four sets (25-20, 25-22, 20-25, 25-20) to the Beacons in a Cascade Conference matchup. LC State, now 11-8 overall and 6-5 in CCC play, were led by 12 kills each by Cassidy Nelson and Carli Berntson, but could not overcome costly errors throughout the match.

Women’s Golf Stands Third After First Round of Culturame Classic

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CANBY, Ore. – The Lewis-Clark State College Women’s Golf team continued its strong fall play on Saturday as the team stands third after the first round of the Culturame Classic, being held at the Willamette Valley Country Club.

The tournament, which features a number of NCAA Division III teams including host and powerhouse George Fox, will hold its final 18 holes on Sunday.

Let's Reach Zero Animals in the Shelter!

Quad City Sheltered Animal Awareness

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The goal is zero animals in the shelters in the Quad Cities. Vig’s Health Food and Discount Supplements Sheltered Animal Awareness aims to reach this goal!

There's plenty of animals looking for their forever homes. You can help them find it. Dogs and cats alike. Old and young. Playful and cuddly. Find the perfect fit for your family or help them thrive until they can find their new home. For information on how to help make this happen you can visit the shelter links below. Thank you to our sponsors Nez Perce Express and Canna 4 Life.

Lewis Clark Animal Shelter: https://www.lcshelter.org/

Humane Society of the Palouse: https://www.humanesocietyofthepalouse.org/

Whitman County Humane Society: https://www.whitmanpets.org/

Helping Hands Rescue: http://www.helpinghandsrescue.org/

Saturday's Weather

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Today's weather is brought to you by Nez Perce Express. 

LC Valley: Sunshine and clouds mixed with light and variable winds. Some clouds early giving way to generally clear overnight conditions. 75/50

Palouse Area: Sun and clouds mixed with winds S at 5-10mph. Partly cloudy skies overnight with light and variable winds. 69/46

Prairie Area: Sun and clouds mixed with winds NNE at 5-10mph. Some clouds early in the evening with give way to generally clear overnight skies. Winds light and variable. 68/43

Read the full article for the complete weather forecast. 

 

 

Alliance Title Teacher of the Month Winner- Shannon VanBuren

September 2021

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Lewiston, ID – Alliance Title and Escrow and DailyFly.com had the opportunity to present Ms. Shannon Van Buren with Lewiston High School with the September Alliance Title Teacher of the Month.

Ms. Van Buren was awarded a certificate of achievement from Alliance Title and Escrow, a personalized stamp from Printcraft Printing, a $50 gift card to McDonald’s of The LC Valley, and a $100 gas card from Nez Perce Express.

Lewiston, Lapwai, Asotin, and Clarkston School Districts are the schools participating in the Teacher of the Month program.  If you would like to nominate a teacher from one of these school districts, a nomination form can be filled out on DailyFly.com. One teacher will be chosen each month based on nomination letters received through Dailyfly.com

Here is the letter of nomination that was received for Ms. Van Buren:

“If someone needs a smile, give them yours" should be Shannon Van Buren's motto if it isn't.  This happy-go, lucky longtime faculty member puts a smile on your face every time you see her.  Shannon, a native of Buhl, Idaho, began teaching at Lewiston High School in 1996.  She has taught English 9, 10, 11, AP Literature and Composition, Survey of Classical American Film, and many more classes throughout her career here.  Extracurricular activities have included volleyball, track, ultimate frisbee club, and mock trial team continues today.

As many teachers do, Shannon continued her education.  Last year she started in another role at LHS.  She is our new librarian.  Taking on the transition from teacher to teacher-librarian and move to a new school had been a daunting undertaking.  All the students and staff knew that "Van B" had could handle the task at hand.  In addition to these roles, she is also our district librarian and Valnet coordinator!

Shannon has always taken a great interest and caring approach to her students and has continued in her new role with a broader audience.  Our happy, intelligent, and talented librarian is excited about helping all of us at LHS. Wouldn't you want to check out all that a library has to offer with someone like this greeting you at the door? Our students and staff believe this to be the case.“

Nominate YOUR Alliance Title Teacher of the Month today at https://lcvalley.dailyfly.com/Our-Community/Teacher-of-the-Month.

 

Metal Detection is Newest Piece of Security at U of I Events

University of Idaho

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MOSCOW, Idaho — Oct. 1, 2021 — As part of the University of Idaho’s ongoing commitment to safety and security, walk-through metal detectors will be used at university events in which attendance is expected to exceed 1,000 people. The detectors will first be used at the Homecoming football game in the ASUI-Kibbie Activity Center on Saturday, Oct. 9. They will continue to be used for all football games, men’s and women’s basketball games, and other university sponsored events at the Kibbie Dome or Idaho Central Credit Union Arena. The detectors have been part of the university safety plan for more than a year.

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