Warrior Trio Earns Cascade Athlete of the Week Nods

2/15/2021 | Alisha Alexander | Sports Information Director

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CORVALLIS, Ore. – After a strong week for Warrior Athletics that resulted in 13 victories for the department, three student-athletes emerged as Cascade Conference Embrace Health-Santiam Hospital Athletes of the Week. Cross country’s Cole Olsen and women’s basketball’s Abbie Johnson each earned their second awards of the season, while baseball’s Tallon Thomason earned his first nod as a Warrior.

No. 23 Men’s Tennis Opens Season with Doubleheader Sweep of Pirates

2/14/2021 | Alisha Alexander | Sports Information Director

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LEWISTON, Idaho – The No. 23 LC State Men’s Tennis team opened the 2021 season with a pair of convincing victories over NCAA DIII Whitworth. Lewis-Clark State took both contests 6-1. Between the two matches, five players made their collegiate debuts with LC State. The entire team was in midseason form, including freshmen Itaru Kikuchi who made his debut in the No. 1 singles position. Freshman Andre Du Plessis did the same at No. 1 doubles paired with William Bruchard.

Update: The Lewiston Transfer Station is now closed, ROAD CLOSURES & STREET MAINTENANCE INFO

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2/15/21 @ 10:28 a.m Update: The Lewiston Transfer Station is now closed

All winter service equipment is in use and crews will continue street maintenance as the winter storm persists. 

Before you leave, make sure to plan for additional time in your commute and drive with extreme caution.

Accident at Mountain Dew Skate Park

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On 2/14/21 @ 1849 hours, Lewiston Police received a call from Sirius XM that a 2020 Infinity QX80 was involved in a crash at 1020 Snake River Avenue. Officers were not able to immediately locate the accident as the driver left the scene. The vehicle was eventually located at the Mountain Dew Skate Park at the bottom of a concrete skateboarding bowl, and was not visible from the road. There was an airbag deployment, but the driver did not complain of any injuries when she was contacted.

Lewiston Road Closures

City of Lewiston

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If you don’t need to go out, please stay warm and safe at home. If you do need to go out, plan for additional time, drive with caution, and remember there’s nothing more important than keeping yourself and those sharing the road with you safe.

Misleading Snake River data undermine region-wide salmon recovery efforts

By Todd Meyers of the Washington Policy Center

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Last week, Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson released the broad outline of a proposal to spend $35 billion to destroy the four Lower Snake River dams, replace the lost electricity, and provide financial support for the farmers and communities that rely on Snake River navigation. Even though $35 billion could restore an enormous amount of salmon habitat in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, the political symbolism of the Snake River dams has crowded out other important salmon recovery efforts in the minds of the public and journalists, to the detriment of salmon.One story about Simpson’s proposal is a good example of this frustrating reality.

Warrior Cross Country Dominates Frozen Course

LCSC Press Release

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Conditions on the LC State Cross Country Trail were less than ideal for Friday’s LC State Winter Invitational, but that did not stop Warrior Cross Country from dominating the meet. On a course covered in snow with the temperature hovering around 20 degrees, Cole Olsen led the Warrior men to their second straight team win with his second consecutive individual first-place finish (23 points). Emily Adams led the LC women to victory (28 points) with a third-place finish.

Idaho County Sheriff's Office Issues Winter Driving Advisory

Idaho County Sheriff's Office

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GRANGEVILLE, ID - The Idaho County Sheriff's Office has issued a winter driving advisory for Friday and into Saturday. Snow will remain continuous throughout the day today (Friday) and overnight tonight. Light to moderate snow will intensify through the day Saturday. Expect 6-8 inches for the Camas Prairie Region including White Bird Hill & Riggins.

Lee denounces Biden executive order, says transgender athletes ‘will destroy women’s sports’

The Center Square

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(The Center Square) – Responding to a bill in the Tennessee Legislature that would ban transgender individuals from participating in girls' middle school and high school athletics, Gov. Bill Lee said Wednesday that trans participation would “destroy women’s sports.”


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