Grammy Award-Winning Artists Record Messages To Greet LC Students

Official News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College students received greetings from a couple of international Grammy Award winning artists on Monday to help kick off the college’s Multicultural Awareness Week.

Edgar Galeano, an enrollment specialist with the College Assistance Migrant Program at the college, is a member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, which nominates and selects the Grammy winners each year. He reached out to a handful of fellow academy members whom he regularly corresponds with and asked them if they would record a welcome back message for LC State students that could be played on the college’s radio station KLCZ to coincide with Multicultural Awareness Week taking place through Friday.

New Tools In The Search For Idaho's Endangered Missing Persons


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Governor Brad Little has declared September 14, 2020, as Idaho Missing Persons Day. In recognition of this day, the Idaho Missing Persons Clearinghouse is launching new tools to aid in the search for Idaho's endangered missing persons. The Idaho Missing Persons Clearinghouse is part of the Bureau of Criminal Identification, a division of the Idaho State Police.

State Fire Mobilization Authorized for the Colfax Fire

Washington State Fire Marshal’s Office

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Whitman County – State fire assistance has been mobilized under the Washington State Fire Services Resource Mobilization Plan in support of local firefighters working to contain the Colfax Fire located in Whitman County, near Colfax.  The Colfax Fire is burning in grass, timber, wheat, and urban landscape.  Washington State Patrol Chief John Batiste authorized the mobilization of state firefighting resources on September 7, 2020, at 12:15 pm at the request of Fire Chief Bill Tensfield, Whitman County Fire District 11.

Semi Rollover On Farmington Road

Media Release | Whitman County Sheriff's Office

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090620, 1021 hrs, WHITCOM took a report of a semi rollover on Farmington Road near Milepost 4.


Deputies arrived on scene and determined the semi pulling a grain trailer and a pup trailer that were loaded with wheat was driving southbound on Farmington Road.


Witnesses who were following the semi reported the pup trailer was swaying side to side and eventually went off the roadway onto the gravel shoulder and it pulled the semi into the ditch.


The semi then rolled once causing it to lose its load of wheat and it came to a rest on its wheels in the ditch.


The driver, Bryan Sutton, (44 yoa) of Lewiston, Idaho had minor injuries and was transported by ambulance.

Officers Investigating Shot And Wasted White-tailed Deer Near Kamiah

News Release | Idaho Fish & Game

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Conservation officers are investigating a case regarding a shot and wasted mature 4x4 whitetail buck found on August 18. The deer was likely shot the evening of August 17, off Harrisburg Road near Kamiah.  If you have any information on this incident or any other poaching activity, contact the Citizens Against Poaching (CAP) hotline at 1-800-632-5999. Callers may remain anonymous and may be eligible for a reward.

Students Can Continue Receiving Meals At No Cost

Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

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Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture extended several waivers that allow school districts to serve nutritious meals to students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Superintendent Chris Reykdal’s statement is below.

OLYMPIA—August 31, 2020—Today, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) extended waivers that allow children ages 0–18 to receive breakfast and lunch at no cost through the end of December 2020.

With these waivers, schools can continue providing healthy, nutritious meals at no cost to all students who need them. Schools can continue using the processes they developed last spring, which resulted in more than 28 million meals being served to students who were learning at a distance.

Hurricane Laura, Labor Day Run-Up Push Fuel Demand and Gas Prices Higher

AAA | 2020 Idaho Gas Price News

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Gem State prices jump two cents in a week, U.S. average up a nickel

BOISE – After weeks of relative calm at the pump, gas prices are on the move in Idaho and across the country.  AAA says that Gem State prices are up two cents in a week and that the U.S. average jumped a nickel as Hurricane Laura and end-of-summer road trips motivated more drivers to fill up.  And with 97 percent of travelers choosing their car over other modes of transportation for a summer getaway, gas prices could continue to climb heading into Labor Day.

Online Sign-up Required At Access Yes! Properties In Clearwater Region

News Release | Idaho Fish & Game

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Access Yes! is a program designed to allow hunter access to private land or facilitate hunter access to public land. The Clearwater Region is home to seven Access YES! properties, totaling nearly 13,000 acres accessible to sportsmen. Online sign-up is required for most of the properties in the Clearwater Region. Landowners request that sportsmen and women print off the permission slip/email confirmation and place it on their dash before the set off to hunt.



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The Clarkston Farmers Market is celebrating patrons of the market by holding a Customer
Appreciation Day Saturday, September 5. Anyone who attends the market on September 5 can
enter a drawing for a grand prize giveaway basket worth over $60 full of vendor products as
well as many other prizes from vendors and the market, including soaps, woodworking
products, greeting cards, Market Cash, and more!

Renamed Red Wolf Golf Club Now Serving Dinner

Red Wolf Golf Club

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What has formerly been known as the Clarkston Golf and Country Club, is now named Red Wolf Golf Club.  The Nez Perce Tribe purchased the course in 2019, and is excited about continuing with updates and changes.  Currently, Red Wolf Golf Club is excited to introduce their new dinner menu Wednesday through Friday from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.


LC State Receives Anonymous $107,000 Donation To Help Sustain Parts Of TRIO

Official News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College has received an anonymous donation of $107,000 to help sustain parts of the TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) program for the next year, Andy Hanson, LC State vice president for Student Affairs, has announced.

U of I Research Team Earns Nearly $6M to Battle Lyme Disease, Surging Tick-Borne Illnesses

News Release | University of Idaho Communications

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MOSCOW, Idaho — Aug. 31, 2020 — University of Idaho researchers are leading a nearly $6 million National Science Foundation (NSF) cooperative agreement, using large and complex data sets to improve prediction and response measures for tick-borne diseases.


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