Idaho News

Bid Game Comments Sought

Idaho Fish and Game will be setting new big game seasons for deer, elk, pronghorn, black bear, wolf and mountain lion, and gathering public input on beginning on February 8. If you want to check out the proposals, just visit their website. The public comment period will run through February 22nd, and you can make […]

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Washington State News

Washington Lawmaker Nixes Any Chance of Tax Relief

Democrat Majority Leader Representative Joe Fitzgibbon of Seattle, pretty much squashed any chance of any broad-based tax relief. Fitzgibbon opposed any cuts in sales or property taxes during this year’s session of the Washington State Legislature. It comes at a bad time for the state, as many people in many other states are taking advantage […]

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Boil Alert Lifted in Lewiston

Just minutes before 5pm on Thursday, the City of Lewiston lifted the Boil Water Alert Order that had been in effect for all Lewiston water customers. City officials say modifications to the water system have been made which will now provide safe water to all customers from a different reservoir. They say the affected reservoir […]

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Blackfoot Man Facing Serious Prison Time

A Blackfoot man has been convicted by a federal jury of distribution and possession of child pornography. Following a trial that took three days to wrap up, the jury in Pocatello found 41 year old Joseph Hornof guilty of two counts of distribution of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography. When […]

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Washington State News

Washington Fares Well in Unemployment Survey

According to a recent survey by WalletHub, the state of Washington ranked No. 17 on the list of states where unemployment claims are decreasing the most. The ratings were based on comparisons of all 50 states and the District of Columbia based on changes in unemployment claims for several key benchmark weeks, with a focus […]

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Local News

Sturgeon Stoppage

On two sections of the Columbia River mainstem, recreational retention fishing for white sturgeon is now off limits. On Tuesday, fishery managers in both Oregon and Washington, announced that the Dalles Pool, which lies between The Dalles Dam and John Day Dam is closed to sturgeon retention beginning today. Meanwhile, the John Day Pool, which […]

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Local News

New Courses Offered at Lewiston High School

Independent School District No. 1 plans to offer some new courses at Lewiston High School for the 2023-2024 School Year. Courses will include 3D Solid Modeling; Nez Perce Language I; Welding I, II, and III; Fundamentals of Information Systems Technology; and Networking Support II. For more information, contact Lewiston High School Counseling and Career Center […]

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Local News

Lewiston Reservoir Being Drained for Repairs

The city of Lewiston has announced that draining of the water reservoir is taking place today, following a rupture that happened and a boil water order was initiated last Wednesday. Since then, efforts to lift the current boil water order have been taken, and work to address the damages to the reservoir has started, with […]

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Washington State News

Fraud Recovery in Washington

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has announced that his office has recovered another $9.3 million stolen as part of a massive fraud perpetrated against states across the country. The money had been deposited by fraudsters into Bank of America accounts, and last week a King County Superior Court judge ordered Bank of America to […]

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Idaho News

Pedestrian Killed on Interstate

An investigation is underway by Idaho State Police into an accident involving a vehicle and a pedestrian that happened around 1am on Sunday on westbound Interstate 90 in Idaho. Police say a pedestrian was for some reason, walking in the roadway when they were hit by a vehicle. The pedestrian was taken to a local […]

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