Idaho Attorney General Appoints 15 Residents to New Lewiston-based Healthcare Board

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LEWISTON, ID - Fifteen local residents have been named to serve on the initial Board of Community Advisors for the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation.  The foundation is the result of Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden's agreements with Ascension Health and RCCH HealthCare Partners, Inc., following his statutory review of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center’s sale to RCCH HealthCare Partners.

US Navy Reserve Officer Arrested For Alleged Enticement & Exploitation of Children

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MOSCOW, ID - A 51-year-old Moscow man was arrested yesterday following an investigation into alleged child enticement and sexual exploitation of children.  A search warrant was served at Jeffrey E. Hannon's residence early in the morning.  Hannon is a US Navy Reserve Officer, according to his LinkedIn account.  Records show he was promoted to Lt. Commander in June 2016.

Recruitment is Underway for New Football Officials

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LEWISTON, ID - In Idaho's District 2, recruitment is underway for new football officials for high school and junior high football. Officials will work at schools stretching from Grangeville to Potlatch with games taking place nearly every night of the week. Depending on the communities officials have they can plan on working two to three games per week.

 

Discount Tickets For Lonestar Performance During Lewiston Hot August Nights on Sale Tomorrow

Get $10 off tickets from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Dynamic Physical Therapy at 1037 21st Street in Lewiston

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LEWISTON, ID - Lewiston’s Hot August Nights will be holding its first "Ticket Blowout Event" tomorrow from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. at Dynamic Physical Therapy at 1037 21st Street in Lewiston.  For two hours only, Lonestar concert tickets will be a total of $10 off of the regular general admission price of $35 when purchased with a discount coupon.

Convicted Child Molester Granted New Trial

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ASOTIN, WA - A 35-year-old man who was convicted last year of molesting a 12-year-old girl in Asotin County has won a new trial.  The Washington State Court of Appeals, Division III remanded the case against Roger W. Flook back to Asotin County Superior Court, saying it agrees with Flook's "contention that a law enforcement officer improperly vouched, during the officer's testimony, to the credibility of the victim and the lack of veracity of Flook."

Flook, a Level 1 sex offender, was found guilty of 1st-Degree Rape of a Child and 1st-Degree Child Molestation in February of last year and sentenced to 279 months to life in prison.

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