Warrior Women’s Track and Field Opens Nationals in Style

LCSC Athletics

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YANKTON, S.D. – It was a successful first day of competition for the LC State Track and Field team at the 2021 NAIA Indoor National Championships. Every LC competitor scheduled for the first day was seeded 10th or lower, yet the Warriors earned spots in three finals and clinched an individual All-American honor. 

McCall Woman Sentenced to More Than 11 Years for Methamphetamine Distribution

DOJ Press Release

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BOISE – Denise Dana Hanson, 59, of McCall, Idaho, was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 140 months in federal prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, Acting U.S. Attorney Rafael M. Gonzalez, Jr. announced today. Chief U.S. District Judge David C. Nye also ordered Hanson to serve five years of supervised release following her prison sentence. Hanson pleaded guilty to the charge on August 20, 2020.

Sen. Mike Crapo: Democrats' $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill deserves debate. Let's get this right.

Sen. Mike Crapo Press Release

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Over the last year, Congress has come together five times to pass massive, bipartisan bills totaling roughly $4 trillion in relief measures to help American families and businesses weather the pandemic. 

This bipartisan approach has been constructive, and recent economic projections from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) provide proof of their effectiveness.  The CBO estimates that already-enacted pandemic-related provisions, built upon the strong fiscal policy foundation we already had in place, will provide a robust economic recovery, with growth of 3.7 percent over the course of 2021. 

Dog Locks Owner out of His Car, Hilarity Ensues

The video has blown up across the internet.

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A lad out in Ireland had a video go viral after his dog locked him out of his car. In the video, the owner can be heard laughing but begging his dog to let him back in at the same time. The owner will ocassionally pan over to some curious cows who appear to be very "amoosed" at what they're witnessing. 

Eventually, the young lad resorts to running back and forth in an effort to get his dog to unlock the car and he eventually succeeds! Take a look below: 



AG Ferguson-requested bill prohibiting price gouging during an emergency passes Senate

AG Ferguson Press Release

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OLYMPIA — The Washington state Senate today passed Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s bill to prohibit price gouging in Washington during an emergency by a 29-20 vote. The bill now heads to the state House of Representatives for consideration.

Local Author & Sons Charged with Thirteen Misdemeanors over "Stickergate"

Local Author Nate Wilson sent out a press release about the incident days ago.

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MOSCOW, ID - Local author Nate Wilson and his two sons, Rory (18) and his younger son age (14) are all facing jail time of up to six months, over Mr. Wilson's sons putting up stickers on utility poles in Moscow. They have all been charged with 13 misdemeanors each in reference to city ordinance Title 10 Section 1-22 which prohibits the posting of fliers on fences, buildings, or poles. 

Statement on Federal School and Childcare Vaccination Plan

WSDH Press Release

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The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) recognizes the importance of vaccinating educators, school staff, and childcare workers. School staff and childcare workers were already in the next group to become eligible for vaccines, and our state was moving to vaccinate them in a matter of weeks. This announcement represents a faster timeline than originally planned, and the department is engaging partners on a robust plan to support this directive.



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