Idaho Delegation Officially Files Challenge to Biden's Vaccine Mandate for Businesses

Senator Mike Crapo

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WASHINGTON DC -- Today, Idaho’s U.S. Senators Mike Crapo and Jim Risch and U.S. Representatives Mike Simpson and Russ Fulcher joined the other 48 Republican Senators and 155 Republican members of the House of Representatives in challenging President Biden’s vaccine mandate under the Congressional Review Act (CRA) by introducing a joint resolution of disapproval of the mandate. 

Colville Tribal Member Sentenced To 78 Months After Robbing And Killing Victim


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SPOKANE  – Senior United States District Judge Rosanna M. Peterson sentenced Maddesyn George, age 27, an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation, to 78 months (six-and-a-half years) in federal custody for voluntary manslaughter and possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. 

Public Invited to Comment on Regulatory Actions Addressing Chemicals in Consumer Products

Washington Department of Ecology

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OLYMPIA – Consumers use hundreds of items every day, many of which contain chemicals that are hazardous to human health or the environment. The Department of Ecology is seeking public input to determine which potentially hazardous chemicals it should regulate in consumer products. The 60-day comment period begins Nov. 17 and the public can provide feedback through the agency’s website. The draft regulatory actions include restrictions on:

Clearwater County Search and Rescue K9 Kanobi Passes Away

Asotin County Search and Rescue

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Asotin County Search and Rescue wish to offer their deepest condolences to Clearwater County Search and Rescue, and K9 Handler Doug Hoffman on their loss of K9 Kanobi. Both Doug and Kanobi are outstanding examples of what Search and Rescue work is all about, not only finding those who are lost but also teaching and mentoring up and coming teams.

Two-Vehicle Collision on Levee Bypass Wednesday Leaves One With Life Threatening Injuries

Lewiston Police Department

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LEWISTON -- On Wednesday, November 17, at about 4:15 p.m., Lewiston Police and Lewiston Fire were dispatched to a two-vehicle head-on collision on the Levee Bypass near the corner at the Confluence. Arriving officers found a 2002 BMW 525 on its side and a 2019 Honda Rav4, both on the north side of Levee Bypass.

Thursday's Weather

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LC Valley: Cloudy skies with winds ESE at 5-10mph. Overcast with showers at time overnight- 60% chance of rain. WInds ESE at 5-10mph. 45/40

Palouse Area: Cloudy with winds ESE at 5-10mph. Showers early becoming steady light rain overnight- 60% chance of rain. Winds ESE at 5-10mph. 41/35

Prairie Area: Cloudy skies with winds S at 5-10mph. Cloudy with rain and snow showers- 50% chance of precip. Winds SSW at 5-10mph. 39/33 

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Individuals Offer Their Manual Labor in the Valley For Free to Better the Community this Holiday Season

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LEWISTON -- Markham Davis and his friend are taking the ultimate step of giving this holiday season spending their days helping community members in the valley free of charge. Their overall goal is to simply help make the community a better place. 

Pediatric Flu Vaccinations Down About 25% From this Time Last Year

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OLYMPIA – Childhood flu vaccine rates have dropped significantly this fall compared to the previous two flu seasons. Now, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is encouraging families to get themselves and their children vaccinated as soon as possible to keep people safe and out of the hospital, especially as we head into the holiday season.


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