Lewiston Police Finishing Their Investigation of State Trooper Powell

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It is standard procedure whenever a weapon is discharged, there are investigations.  Idaho State Trooper Powell is back on the job and the Lewiston Police are finishing up their investigation into whether or not Powell was guilty of any criminal violations. Trooper Powell fired a shot after the troopers had David Pegram's vehicle momentarily stopped during a high speed chase on Highway 12 near Clearwater Casino

Salmon River Raft With Lewiston Parks and Recreation+++

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Lewiston Parks and Recreation has planned a one-day white water rafting adventure on the Salmon River, Saturday, August 1.  The rafting trip will combine rapids, classes II-IV, sandy beaches and beautiful scenery.  Salmon River Experience will guide the group, provide all necessary equipment, shuttle, and a deli lunch.  Participants will need to provide their own canned or plastic bottled beverages and will meet at the Lucille Recreation Site, near Riggins at 9:30AM. Maximum number of participants is 30, and pre-registration is required.  This trip is for participants ages 8 and older, and is $60 for youth ages 8-17, and $70 for adults 18 and older.  Registration deadline is Monday, July 27.

Greenfield Marijuana Case

Lawyer Liz Hallock

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Matt Plemmons of Greenfield marijuana shop has a fresh infusion of new lawyer blood out of Vancouver Washington in his fight to reopen his business in Clarkston. Her name is Liz Hallock and she has had success in fighting small town marijuana bans 

July 27 School Board Work Session Canceled

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO Patrons of Independent School District No. 1 that the Board of Directors of said district has canceled the Board Work Session scheduled for Monday, July 27, 2015, at 6:00 p.m., pursuant to Chapter 2, Title 74, Idaho Code.

A spokesperson for the school district said the July work session if often canceled to give people a break during the summer.

Clarkston City Council Meets tonight at 7:00pm

Kolstad and Nash Would like To Talk Pot

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The Clarkston City Council meets tonight at 7:00pm. Lifting the current marijuana sales ban is nowhere on the active agenda; however, two Council members, Brian Kolstad and George Nash, have expressed an interest in discussing the ban. Kolstad has actually stated he will be bringing the ban before the council at every meeting until action is taken. His motions over the past couple of meetings have not had a second and therefore died without any discussion.

Colbie Caillat Ticket Blowout

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Lewiston’s Hot August Nights will host their first Ticket Blowout event this Thursday July 16th.  Concert goers can purchase Colbie Caillat tickets for a discounted price of $25.00.  This price is $10 less than the regular priced tickets.  This Ticket Blowout event will only be from 5pm-7pm at the Thain Chevron Dyna Mart located at 248 Thain Road in Lewiston.  

Kid's College At The Aquatic Center

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Kids ages 8-12 will have the opportunity to learn fun water activities such as water polo, underwater hockey, fitness swimming, self-rescue techniques and non-swimming aquatic fitness at Kids’ College through Lewis-Clark State College.  Children do not need to know how to swim, but must be comfortable in water.  Classes run from July 20-23 and August 4-7 from 10:15AM to 12PM.  Fee is $50 plus a $2 transportation fee.  Register by visiting www.lcsc.edu/kidscollege or by calling 208-792-2207.  

LOID Water Restrictions

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The Lewiston Orchards Irrigation District (LOID) is implementing water conservation efforts effective immediately. The schedule outlined is the current schedule for using IRRIGATION water on your property.
Odd Addresses can water Monday and Friday evenings starting at 5:00 PM and ending by 8:00 AM the following morning.


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