Warriors Win First-Ever NAIA West Grouping Tournament Championship

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VANCOUVER, BC - The Lewis-Clark State College Warriors won the NAIA West Grouping Tournament by defeating College of Idaho 5 to 0 at Thunderbird Park today.  Having never played in the grouping tournament since it began in 2009, LCSC added yet another trophy to the case and made history in the process with three consecutive postseason shutouts for the first time.

Alcohol and Speed Are Factors in Rollover Crash on Mill Road

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LEWISTON, ID - A 28-year-old Clarkston man was charged with Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol following a one-vehicle rollover crash on Mill Road between Clearwater Paper and Idaho Forest Group Saturday night.  According to a press release from the Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office, Kord Kamerrer was allegedly driving a 2005 Toyota Scion at a high rate of speed when he crashed at about 10:22 p.m.

LCSC Warriors Advance to NAIA West Grouping Tournament Championship

3-0 shutout over University of British Columbia

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VANCOUVER, BC - For the third consecutive game, the Lewis-Clark State College baseball team has shutout its opponent.  The Warrior advance to the NAIA West Grouping Tournament Championship with a 3 to 0 win over the University of British Columbia.  This is LCSC's first-ever appearance at the event.

2010 Deary High School Grad & Moscow Native is Focus of US Navy Blog

Seaman Rob Joslin serving as intelligence specialist with Commander, Patrol, and Reconnaissance Wing 11

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JACKSONVILLE, FL - A 2010 Deary High School graduate and Moscow native has been highlighted in a recent blog post for the US Navy.  Seaman Rob Joslin is serving as an intelligence specialist with the Commander, Patrol, and Reconnaissance Wing 11 at Naval Air Station Jacksonville.  It is the largest base in the Southeast Region and third largest in the nation.

Clarkston Meat Company Recalls Beef Jerky Products

4 Frendz recalling approximately 497 pounds of "Southfork Sausage" beef jerky due to under-processing

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CLARKSTON, WA - A Clarkston meat company is the subject of a recall.  According to the US Departmet of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service, 4 Frendz, LLC is recalling approximately 497 pounds of "Southfork Sausage" beef jerky products due to under-processing and potential survival of bacterial pathogens in the products.  The items were produced from August 10, 2015 to April 11, 2016.

The following products are subject to recall:

3-oz. VACUUM-PACKED packages containing “SOUTHFORK SAUSAGE MESQUITE PEPPER JERKY.”
3-oz. VACUUM-PACKED packages containing “SOUTHFORK SAUSAGE HONEY JERKY.”
3-oz. VACUUM-PACKED packages containing “SOUTHFORK SAUSAGE MESQUITE JERKY.”
3-oz. VACUUM-PACKED packages containing “SOUTHFORK SAUSAGE TERIYAKI JERKY.”
3-oz. VACUUM-PACKED packages containing “SOUTHFORK SAUSAGE HOT HONEY JERKY.”

Appeals Court Overturns Part of Trueblood Ruling

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OLYMPIA, WA - The Ninth US Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned part of the federal district court ruling in the Trueblood case requiring Washington State to complete criminal defendants’ evaluations to determine competency to stand trial within seven days of a court order. Governor Jay Inslee says overturning this requirement is good news for individuals, families, and communities.

Clarkston Man Arrested: Allegedly Possessed Thousands of "Young" Child Porn Photos

Kevin W. Yeoman held in Asotin County Jail on $100,000 bond

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CLARKSTON, WA - A 54-year-old Clarkston man accused of having thousands of pictures of child pornography -some as young as an infant - was arrested early yesterday afternoon by Asotin County Sheriff's Deputies.  Kevin W. Yeoman is being held in the Asotin County Jail on a $100,000 bond after being charged with 10 counts of 1st-Degree Possession of Depictions of Minors Engaged in Sexually Explicit Conduct.

Search Warrant Served at Residence Outside of Cottonwood

Related to alleged burglary at Grangeville home in March

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COTTONWOOD, ID - A search warrant was served on a residence on Graves Creek Road outside of Cottonwood today.  According to a press release, the Idaho County Sheriff's Office, along with the Grangeville Police Department, executed the search warrant in connection with property that was allegedly stolen from a Grangeville residence in March.

Second Man Wanted For Assault/Strong-Arm Robbery Arrested Without Incident

Jonathan Pope booked into Nez Perce County Adult Detention Center on multiple felonies

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LEWISTON, ID - A 20-year-old man who was wanted in connection with an alleged assault and strong-arm robbery early Tuesday morning in the 3400 block of 10th Street was taken into custody without incident today.  According to a press release from the Lewiston Police Department, officers were dispatched to the Adult Probation and Parole office at about 11:40 a.m. for a report of a wanted person.

Jonathan Pope was arrested and transported to the Nez Perce County Adult Detention Center on charges of Robbery, Burglary, Grand Theft, 2nd-Degree Kidnapping, and Aggravated Assault, Acting Sergeant Terry Koeper says.

BREAKING NEWS: Possible Body Located Below Palouse Falls

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BREAKING NEWS: LACROSSE, WA - UPDATE: ttp://www.tri-cityherald.com/news/local/article76098962.html .

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The Franklin County Sheriff's Office has received word of a possible body found in the water below Palouse Falls.  Officials are responding to the area to confirm the information.  On Sunday, a 22-year-old Lake Stevens, Washington man disappeared while swimming with two other friends at the falls.  More details will be released this afternoon.
 

Black Sheep Sporting Goods to Permanently Close Doors at Lewiston Location

Eleven employees affected

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LEWISTON, ID - After more than 20 years in Lewiston, Black Sheep Sporting Goods at 1701 Main Street in downtown Lewiston is closing its doors.  There is no set date, according to a store official, but the closure will come in approximately four weeks.  Eleven employees will be affected.

WSU Board of Regents Approve Budgets & Tuition Rates

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PULLMAN, WA - The Washington State University Board of Regents today approved a capital budget request of $192.7 million and an operating budget request of $67 million for the 2017-2019 biennium.  That amount includes $43.5 million in annual salary increases of 4% for faculty, staff, and graduate students in both years of the biennium, as well as approximately $10.8 million in support of the new College of Education. 

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