Trump touts success of 450 miles of border wall

From The Center Square

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(The Center Square) – President Donald Trump on Tuesday hailed the completion of 450 miles of border wall completed long the U.S.-Mexican border and praised the men and women of te U.S. Customs and Border Protection. “When I took office, we inherited a broken, dysfunctional, and open border," he said. “We reformed our immigration system and achieved the most secure southern border in U.S. history. It is at a level that it’s never been before.

Men’s Basketball Moves to No. 4 in National Poll

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KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The Lewis-Clark State College Men’s Basketball team marked its 18th consecutive week in the top 10 of the NAIA Men’s Basketball Coaches’ Top 25 Poll, on Wednesday with a jump to No. 4. The Warriors (10-1) moved up three spots after defeating then-No. 5 Arizona Christian and sweeping NCAA DIII No. 19 Whitworth.

Two Suspects Arrested in Connection to the Murder of Lewiston Resident

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Last night, (1/12/21) Lewiston Police Detectives arrested 42 year old Clyde Kenneth Ewing IV and his 16 year old son, for the first degree murder of Samuel R. Johns. Both suspects were found in Clarkston. Clyde K. Ewing was booked into the Asotin County Jail, and his 16 year old son was booked into the juvenile detention center, in Lewiston. Lewiston Police Detectives were assisted by Clarkston Police and the Quad City Drug Task Force. 

Lewiston City Council Votes to Extend Payment Date for Restaurant and Bar Alcohol Licenses

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Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic have hit local restaurants and bars particularly hard. A number of current license holders in Lewiston have expressed concern with making renewal payments by the normal deadline of January 31st and have asked for additional time. 

ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY: 2010 Earthquake Devastates Haiti

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On January 12th, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck the nation of Haiti, killing an estimated 316,000 people, and destroying over 280,000 structures.The nation's history of national debt, prejudicial trade policies by other countries, and foreign intervention into national affairs, contributed to the existing poverty and poor housing conditions that increased the death toll from the disaster.

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