Aquatic Center Budget Hearing Tomorrow

4:15pm | Aquatic Center

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CLARKSTON, WA – Your last chance to voice your opinion on the budget for the Asotin County Family Aquatic Center is coming up tomorrow.

The Asotin County Public Facilities District is meeting with an item agenda of next year’s budget.  There’s a public hearing to go with it, and that’s where they’d like to hear what you have to say.  Following the public hearing, there’s an item to adopt the proposed budget.

Idaho Rivers United Ends Involvement In Steelhead Lawsuit

Season Ends Early On Dec. 7th

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BOISE, ID – With just a few days before the steelhead season ends early, one of the groups behind the threatened lawsuit is pulling out. 

The Boise group Idaho Rivers United sent out a press release encouraging Idaho Fish & Game to keep the steelhead fishing season open while awaiting the permit from the overseeing federal government agency.

$1,000 For Info On Poached Moose

Between Nov 8th & 11th

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JOSEPH, OR – Oregon Fish & Wildlife Troopers are asking for your help to find the people responsible for shooting a bull moose.  It was shot between November 8th and November 11th in Wallowa County, OR.  The investigation shows that the moose was shot and cut up off Forest Service Road 46 between Teepee Pond and mile marker 35 in the Chesnimnus Big Game Unit.

Saturday Stuff-To-Do

Community Events Around the LC Valley

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CLARKSTON, WA – Starting at 4:30pm, the annual Clarkston Christmas Parade will be cruising up 6th Street from Diagonal to just past Chestnut.  It’s free to watch, but you should park early if you want to be nearby.  There’s no parking on 6th Street all day.

LEWISTON, ID – Beautiful Downtown Lewiston has several family-friendly events running today called “Bundle Up Downtown”.  If you’re out shopping, you can peruse the stores downtown and enjoy some hot chocolate courtesy of Boy Scout Troop 152.  They’ll be at Brackenbury Square throughout the day to help warm you up.

Chief Joseph Foundation Event Nearly Doubles Goal

Funds For Youth Horse Arena For Cultural Learning

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LEWISTON, ID – The first-ever Blue Skies & Trail Rides Fundraiser was a huge success for the Chief Joseph Foundation.  The event, held November 10th, will help build an indoor horse arena.  The arena will help teach Tribal and under-served area youth about Nez Perce history, heritage, and culture.  With a goal of $20,000, donor purchases reached $38,338 through auction buying, ticket sales, sponsorships, and cash donations. 


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