City Clerk Kari Ravencroft Comes Forward for Printing KEEP Lewiston Flyers on City Machine

City of Lewiston

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LEWISTON -- The City of Lewiston was made aware that flyers distributed at the Nez Perce County Fair were printed on a City copy machine. It was determined that a City employee did, in fact, make the copies, and the City has been reimbursed 10 cents per page.

Avista Customers in Elk City to Experience a Planned Power Outage


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SPOKANE -- Approximately 678 Avista electric customers in Elk City and the surrounding area will experience a planned power outage on Friday, Oct. 22. The planned outage will begin at 10 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. Impacted customers will be notified. Traffic will be limited to one lane on Highway 14, between mile marker 38 and 39. Traffic control will be in place.

Avista Customers in Downtown Lewiston to Experience Two Planned Power Outages


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SPOKANE -- Approximately 89 Avista electric customers in downtown Lewiston will experience two planned power outages over the next two weeks. The outages will last for approximately seven hours in duration and occur the evening of Oct. 27 and Nov. 3. Traffic control will be in place as road and lane closures will occur. Impacted customers will be notified before each outage.

Life Flight Network to Add Fixed-Wing Critical Care Transport Base to Lewiston, Idaho

Lewiston Airport

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AURORA. -- October 18, 2021—Life Flight Network, the nation’s largest not-for-profit air ambulance provider, announced the addition of a fixed-wing critical care transport base in Lewiston, Idaho. This new service will augment existing helicopter and fixed-wing services in north central Idaho, eastern Washington, eastern Oregon, and western Montana.

Downtown Sweeping in Pullman Scheduled for Tomorrow

City of Pullman

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PULLMAN -- Tuesday morning City maintenance crews will clean the downtown area to remove leaves in the parking strip. Sweeping will occur between 4:00 am – 7:00 am. Business owners are encouraged to sweep leaves, and other small, natural debris into the parking strip, as we work together to keep Pullman looking beautiful.

Pullman PD Receives Grant to Improve Law Enforcement Mental Health & Wellness

Pullman PD

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PULLMAN –Each year, more law enforcement officers lose their lives to suicide than to line-of- duty deaths. Officers respond to a variety of traumatic incidents, each impacting the mental health of personnel at every level of the organization, from responding officers to support staff.


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