Clarkston Boy Not Missing

Photos Spread Yesterday on Facebook

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CLARKSTON, WA - Photos have been circulating Facebook about a Clarkston boy who was missing.  The Clarkston Police Chief says he wasn't at home for a few hours yesteday after an argument with his parents, but he is now home again.

Pearl Harbor Ceremony Today

11am | VFW Hall | 1104 Warner

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LEWISTON, ID – Local Veterans will be remembering Pearl Harbor with a ceremony today.  You’re invited to join several Veteran organizations locally in the event.  The guest speaker is U.S. Coast Guard Veteran Tim Lema. 

BOLO Leads To Happy Ending

Business Owners Replace Christmas Decorations

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LEWISTON, ID - Yesterday morning we were contacted by a mother who knew her 5-year-old daughter would be sad when she awoke to find a thief had taken their inflatable outdoor Christmas ornaments.  We posted a BOLO (Be On the Look Out) for the person who had stolen them.  Within two hours the owner of Denver's Window Shine offered to replace the stolen items.

Sunday Protest Of Steelhead Season Closure

Port Of Lewiston | Sunday | 10:30am

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LEWISTON, ID – Protesters of the steelhead season closure are gathering this weekend to make a statement.   Sunday outfitters, guides, businesses, community organizations, and local fisherman are bringing their trailered boats to the Port of Lewiston.  The group will proceed through town, ending at the Southway Boat ramp to let the anti-steelhead fishing groups from Western Washington, Boise, and Moscow know that these Idahoans aren’t happy. 

Airport Manager Search Underway

Last Night's Board Meeting

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LEWISTON, ID – The search is underway for the new Manager of the Lewiston-Nez Perce County Airport.  At last night’s Airport Authority Board meeting, the group selected Gary Peters to head the hunt for the best-possible person for the job.  The board is considering hiring a professional firm to do the searching.  A figure of $35,000 was thrown out as a potential cost to hire someone else to do it.  Other board members were vocal in their agreement that it’s worth the money to search the country. 

Asotin Home Fire

Loss Of Service Dog

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ASOTIN, WA – Asotin Firefighters rushed to the 800 block of 3rd Street yesterday to report of smoke in a family’s home.  When they arrived, firefighters found smoke coming from the windows and eaves. 

Bennett Lumber Now Hiring: Machinist

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Bennett Lumber Products, Inc. is a family owned and operated sawmill with locations in Princeton, ID and Clarkston, WA.  We are seeking a full-time machinist for our Princeton, ID facility.  The successful applicant must be capable of precision machine work.  They must be able to interact with all departments to build new or replacement parts for the mill.  They must be able to operate shop equipment (lathes, horizontal and vertical CNC mils, drill press, band saws, cranes, etc.).  We prefer but don’t require sawmill experience.  CNC experience is required.

New Lewiston Library Director Chosen

Lynn Johnson

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LEWISTON, ID – The Lewiston Library has a new Director.  Yesterday the Library Board of Trustees voted to appoint Lynn Johnson as the new head of the library. 

Johnson is the District Librarian for the Mountain View School District.  That covers school libraries in Grangeville, Kooskia, and Elk City. She is also a member of the second cohort of Lilead Fellows, a national fellowship for the development of leadership in school librarians.

One Drug Bust Leads To Another

Yesterday | Quad Cities Drug Task Force

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CLARKSTON, WA – One drug bust led to another yesterday in Asotin County.  Quad Cities Drug Task Force detectives say they executed a search warrant in the 2200 block of Appleside Boulevard yesterday afternoon.

A press release says they found more than 52 grams of methamphetamine that had been packaged into 15 separate baggies for individual sale, glass meth smoking pipes, meth smoking water bongs, scales, and packaging material.


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