21yo Clarkston Man Cited For Reckless Driving Following Crash on Tammany Creek Road

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LEWISTON, ID - A 21-year-old Clarkston man was cited for Reckless Driving after he lost control of his Honda Civic last night and crashed on Tammany Creek Road, just west of 6th Street.  The Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office says Darion Perrigo was driving at a speed too fast for conditions when the collision happened at about 11:11 p.m.

89-Year-Old Grangeville Man Dies in Crash Near Stites

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STITES, ID - An 89-year-old Grangeville man died after his car crashed into the South Fork of the Clearwater River at about 7:13 p.m. yesterday evening.  The Idaho State Police says Harry Owens was traveling northbound on State Highway 13 near milepost 21, just south of Stites, when his 2002 Buick Century failed to negotiate a lefthand curve.

Argument Over a Dog Results in One Woman Shot in the Foot, Assault Charge for Another

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CLARKSTON, WA - A 30-year-old woman was arrested yesterday evening after a reported fight over a dog resulted in another woman being shot in the foot.  Amanda Ashford was arrested and booked into the Asotin County Jail on a charge of 1st-Degree Assault after being stopped in the area of Rankin Hill and Highline Drive shortly after the incident was reported.

Clarkston Boy Picks Up Second Washington State Wrestling Triple Crown

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CLARKSTON, WA - An 11-year-old Clarkston boy recently became a Washington State wrestling champion for the ninth time in his young career.  Jordan McKamey is as humble as they come, on and off the mat.  Under head coach Bob Maurer and Lewiston Wrestling, McKamey won his second triple crown in a row this past weekend.

Meetings Set in Clarkston & Waitsburg for New Blue Mountains Wildlife Areas Management Plan

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CLARKSTON, WA - The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is beginning to develop a new management plan for the Blue Mountains Wildlife Areas, which includes Asotin Creek, Chief Joseph, and W.T. Wooten wildlife areas in southeast Washington.  The agency is seeking public input on the status and management of wildlife species and their habitat, restoration efforts, and public use and recreation in the three wildlife areas.

Washington State Takes Legal Action Against US Government After Hanford Tunnel Collapse

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OLYMPIA, WA - The State of Washington is taking swift legal action against the US Department of Energy following the collapse of a tunnel full of mixed radioactive and chemical waste on Tuesday at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.  The Department of Ecology is requiring the federal agency, through an enforcement order, to immediately assess the integrity of the tunnels and take swift corrective action.

Controlled Burn Gets Out of Control, Burns About Five Acres Near Cherry Lane Bridge

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LENORE, ID - Fire crews responded to an area west of Lenore late this morning for a report of a controlled burn that got out of control.  The fire, which was reported at about 11:49 a.m., burned approximately five acres on property along Hubbard Gulch Road near the Cherry Lane Bridge on the north side of the Clearwater River.


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