Local Legislators Answer Your Questions At Upcoming Town Hall

Saturday | 10am | LCSC Sacajawea Hall, Rm 112

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LEWISTON, ID – Your chance to speak to District 6 legislators is coming up on Saturday.  Senator Dan Johnson and Representatives Mike Kingsley and Thyra Stevenson will give a quick update on what’s happening in Boise, and then take your questions.  District 6 includes Nez Perce and Lewis counties.

The Lewis Clark Valley Chamber of Commerce is hosting the event at 10:00 am this Saturday.  It’s in Room 112 of Sacajawea Hall on the LCSC campus.

Limited Garbage Pick Up In Lewiston

Clarkston Should Be Normal

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LEWISTON, ID - Garbage collection in Lewiston may or may not happen. The City of Lewiston sent out a message saying Sunshine Disposal and Recycling anticipates limited pick up today. If it's scheduled for today and it doesn't get picked up, leave your cart out and they'll get it as soon as possible.
Residents of Clarkston should expect normal pick up today.

Steelhead Season Memorial Passes House

Tells NOAA To Hurry Up With The Permits

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BOISE, ID – Idaho state representatives are hoping to send a message to the federal government suggesting they hurry up with the steelhead season permit.  House Joint Memorial 9 was voted on and approved yesterday.  It sends a message to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to finish the Incidental Take Permit for the steelhead season. 

6 Week Diabetes Seminar

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Have you been diagnosed with diabetes?  You can help improve your health!  Sign up for a FREE seminar before the end of this week to learn how you can make just a few lifestyle changes to get back on track to better health.   

Weather for the Lewis-Clark Valley, Palouse, and Camas Prairie brought to you by Nez Perce Express.

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This Morning Snow before 1pm, then rain and snow likely between 1pm and 2pm, then snow likely after 2pm. High near 37. West wind 3 to 7 mph. Chance of precipitation is 80%. New snow accumulation of less than one inch possible.

School Closure List

February 20th

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Schools closed today include:
-Colton (added at 8:59am)
-Genesee (added at 8:29am)
-Pullman (added at 8:04am)
-Clarkston (added at 7:55am)
-Lewiston (added at 7:40am)
-Pomeroy (added at 7:16am)

21st Street Intersection Closed March - October

ITD Creating "More Standard Intersection"

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LEWISTON, ID – The intersection at the bottom of 21st Street is going to be mostly closed all spring, summer, and part of fall.  The Idaho Transportation Department says the Intersection of 21st Street and Main Street will be undergoing phased construction starting in March and lasting through October. 

Bill Would Give Ag Producers Greenhouse Regulation Relief

House Bill 1985

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OLYMPIA, WA – Four Washington Republicans are trying to get agricultural producers relief from the growing list of “green” laws in the state.  House Bill 1985 would change laws regulating greenhouse gas emissions.  It would put producers of agricultural commodities and food products on a level playing field with those in other states.

Two Missing Near Waha Found Safe

Good Reminder To Know Where You Are

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NEZ PERCE COUNTY, ID – The Nez Perce County Sheriff’s Office is sending out a reminder to know where you are if you’re headed out of town.  Two people were missing yesterday in the Waha area.

Just after 9:00 pm yesterday, the Sheriff’s Office got a call from someone saying a co-worker had just texted with the information that he was stuck on the side of the road on Rosenkrantz Road near Waha Road.  A deputy responded to that area, but couldn’t find anyone. 

Lewiston Little League Signup Today

Red Lion Inn | 5:30pm - 7:30pm

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LEWISTON, ID – It's hard to think about outdoor sports other than hockey and ice skating right now, but registration is open for Lewiston Little League.  There are different divisions for kids from 5 to 12 years old.

They’re registering kids at the Red Lion Inn from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm today.


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