Nominees Sought

Orchid Awards

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The Lewiston Historic Preservation Commission is seeking nominations from the public for the annual Orchid Awards for Historic Preservation. The “Orchid Awards” highlight the actions of those individuals and businesses who invest both their financial and intellectual capital to preserve our heritage. This is a wonderful way to honor their contributions to our community.

Charley's Aunt

Clarkston High School

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Clarkston High School's last theater production of the year will be the classic farce, Charley's Aunt. Directed by long time Civic Theater guy Larry Goodwin performances are May 14,15, and 16  at 7:00pm, in the school's auditorium.

New Television Column

Thomas Hennigan and the Farnsworth Files

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"He is a pit bull who won’t let go of a goal, won’t back down when the odds are against him, he’s the champion of Hell’s Kitchen’s downtrodden and he will either make things right or die trying."

Clarkston Road Work Continues

13th Street Project

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The 13th Street project in the City of Clarkston is extending the project time frame due to circumstances beyond our control.  Additional grinding will take place Friday May 1st and Monday May 4th.  Additional roadway processing will take place Tuesday and Wednesday the 5th & 6th, with paving moving to Thursday and Friday the 7th & 8th.  The city is sorry for the additional inconvenience.

Design Expo Friday

U of I

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MOSCOW, Idaho – April 30, 2015 — The College of Engineering will welcome 1,000 regional middle and high school students to its annual Engineering Design EXPO Friday, May 1, at the University of Idaho’s Bruce M. Pitman Center. Visiting students and chaperones are expected from over 25 Idaho and Washington schools, from as far north as Bonners Ferry to as far south as Grangeville.


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