MISSING PERSON

October 21st, 2020 | Lewiston Police Department

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As of October 21, 2020, Robert Nichols is still missing. The investigation has confirmed that Nichols left the Seaport building and south parking lot of the Red Lion Hotel in Lewiston on September 25, 2020, at approximately 8:24 AM. Investigators have obtained statements indicating Nichols was going to be headed back to his residence in Saint Maries, Idaho on September 25, 2020. It is believed that Nichols used a company gas card at the Liberty Mart located at 226 W.22nd Street N., on September 25, 2020, at 11:04 AM.

SIIR Update 9-11-2020 Officer Involved Shooting

10/21/2020 | Spokane Independent Investigative Response Team

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This is an update to the original SIIR press release issued by the Spokane Independent Investigative Response Team on September 16, 2020. SIIR is sending out this release as the required weekly update in reference to the incident that occurred on September 11, 2020, regarding a Spokane Police Officer involved shooting at 6309 E Broadway Ave, Spokane Valley, WA.

Helps Patients Avoid Surgery

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Physical therapy can help some patients avoid surgery, and even if patients do need surgery eventually, doing physical therapy beforehand can sometimes improve the efficacy of the surgery. The role physical therapy plays in a patient's surgery or lack thereof will vary depending on their circumstances. Some individuals who suffer from lower back, knee, and shoulder pain can avoid surgery through physical therapy.


LC State Enrollment Climbs 3 Percent to Third Highest In School History

LEWISTON, Idaho

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Despite a pandemic and dire enrollment predictions and realities across the nation, more students are choosing Lewis-Clark State College for their higher education needs, according to official Oct. 15 census day numbers. LC State’s overall enrollment this fall grew by 2.88 percent, while its full-time time enrollment inched up 0.26 percent.

DEA ANNOUNCES PROJECT SAFEGUARD - THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST INTENSIFIES EFFORTS TO COMBAT DRUG-RELATED VIOLENT CRIME

News Release from DEA Seattle

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SEATTLE – Drug Enforcement Administration Acting Administrator Timothy J. Shea today announced that the DEA will direct resources to help reduce violent crime in communities throughout the country.  Under this initiative, called Project Safeguard, DEA will identify and prioritize ongoing drug trafficking investigations with a nexus to violent crime.

Full-Time U of I Enrollment Down 3%; Decrease Greater with Dual-Credit and Non-Degree

MOSCOW, ID | University of Idaho

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MOSCOW, Idaho — Oct. 20, 2020 — Overall enrollment at the University of Idaho for Fall 2020 is 10,791. This is a 9.5% decrease overall. Much of the decrease comes from a decline in dual-credit students – high school students who are enrolled for credit – of 584, and non-degree students. This was unexpected and most likely due to COVID-19

LC State Baseball Picked as Favorite in the Cascade Conference

CORVALLIS, Ore.

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CORVALLIS, Ore. – For the first time, the Cascade Collegiate Conference has enough baseball teams to vie for its own automatic qualification for the NAIA postseason, retiring the old NAIA West moniker. In the 2021 CCC Baseball Preseason Poll, Lewis-Clark State College was picked as the favorite to win the first CCC championship.

USDA Forest Service News Release: Forest Service to Begin Burning Timber Harvest Debris Piles

Kamiah, ID

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KAMIAH, Idaho (October 20, 2020) –  As the fire season dwindles, smoke will still be visible from prescribed burns as Forest Service officials are taking advantage of cooling weather to pile burn in areas from this year’s timber harvests.  These controlled burns are necessary to reduce hazardous fuels as a preventive measure, and to make timber harvests next year more accessible.

Helps With Stroke Recovery

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Physical therapy is one of the main treatments that help with stroke recovery. The exact form physical therapy takes will vary from patient to patient, and it depends on the effects the stroke had on their mobility and other areas of the brain. 


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