Patricia Otto, 24, vanished from her Idaho home on August 31, 1976, after arguing with her husbandAda E.NewsBreak Contributor
Fmr Inmate Allegedly Forges Jail Check, Reimbursed $19.75 but Changes Amount to $119.75Mia CarlsonNewsBreak Contributor
A Culinary Adventure at Hazel's Good Eats: Where Flavor Meets FunWashingtonvibesNewsBreak Contributor
Clarkston Woman Arrested For Alleged Assault of 5YO Boy Whose Eyes Were Swollen ShutMia CarlsonNewsBreak Contributor
ISP investigating crash on eastbound US12 near Orofino
Lewiston, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Idaho State Police are investigating a two-vehicle collision that occurred Wednesday, February 21st, at approximately 7:40 AM, on US12 near milepost 35, just west of Orofino, Idaho. A Red 1995 Toyota Camry, driven by a 19-year-old male from Orofino, Idaho, was traveling eastbound on US12...
National Riverboat Company Closes, 508 Jobs Lost Including WA
A few years ago, you might have seen one of these on the Columbia. Not anymore. If you ever recall seeing a large paddlewheel river cruise boat plying its way through the Tri-Cities, it was most likely the American Queen. Now the nationwide company has closed. Riverboat company ceases operations.
Nez Perce County Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report: 20 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories
Nez Perce County Feb 21 Weekly Crime Report: 20 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories. During the last week, Nez Perce County reported a total of 20 crime cases. The most prevalent type was 'Suspicious Situation', accounting for more than half of the cases with 11 instances. This was followed by 'Theft' with 4 cases, and 'Arrest' with 3 cases. The remaining two cases were classified as 'Assault' and 'Other', each with one case. It is important to note that the 'Other' category included a noise disturbance, indicating a potential for non-violent infractions in the place. This data suggests a high level of vigilance in the place, with a significant amount of suspicious activities being reported, but a relatively low level of confirmed criminal activity such as theft and assault.
Lewiston Police investigating a series of pickpocket incidents in the area
The Lewiston Police Department (LPD) is warning the public of a series of pickpocket incidents in the area. LPD says they are aware of a group of individuals who are targeting shoppers at local businesses. Their strategy is to take advantage of shoppers as they're distracted looking for items. The...
River Otter Trapping Season Closed in Clearwater Region
LEWISTON - Idaho Fish and Game was notified that the Clearwater Region's limit of 20 river otters was met on February 20, 2024. The otter trapping season for the entire region closes 72 hours after the harvest quota has been met. As a result, the otter season for the Clearwater Region closes at 11:59 p.m. on February 23, 2024.
Lewiston native killed in Idaho prison, family seeks answers
KUNA, Idaho - “This should not have happened. He shouldn’t have been back there in maximum security.”. That maximum security would be where 45-year-old Milo Warnock would die and nearly three months later, Milo’s family still has no answers from authorities. The Lewiston native was in the...
County health district headed back to Clarkston
The Asotin County Public Health District is purchasing a commercial building in Clarkston with plans to move its offices back into the city. For the past 10 years, the district’s headquarters have been in Asotin. However, the majority of clients who participate in public health programs live inside the Clarkston city limits, said Administrator Brady Woodbury.
Embark on a Culinary Journey: Clarkston's 4 Italian Restaurants You Can't Miss
In this article, we explore four exquisite Italian restaurants in Clarkston. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Shots fired at Lewiston apartment building, police search for suspect
Lewiston police are investigating after multiple gunshots were fired into an apartment on Pine St. early Sunday morning. Police say many shots were fired from outside the building, where numerous shell casings were found. Police say the suspect may have left the scene in a vehicle, and this does not...
Enroll Today for the 2024 Citizen Police Academy
Experience an immersive journey into law enforcement and community safety with the Lewiston Police Department’s 27th Annual Citizen Police Academy! Running from March 19th to May 28th, this 10-week program offers a unique opportunity to engage with officers and gain valuable insights into policing practices. Here’s what you can...
Clarkston High students on fast track to nursing
Four high school students will walk out of Clarkston High School as certified nursing assistants ready for the workforce. Seniors Kayla Frei, Madeline Stelloh, Drake Hayes and junior Ryann Combs are taking a certified nursing assistant class taught by Genevieve Bross, a nursing and CNA instructor from Walla Walla Community College. The class is in its first semester and came together through a partnership of Clarkston High, Walla Walla CC and TriState Health.
Grace girls basketball rallies behind injured player to hold off Lapwai for second state title
NAMPA — Melodie Straatman refused to stay in the trainer’s room. Even against medical advice. The Grace High senior forward had been helped off the court with an apparent broken arm midway through the fourth quarter of Saturday’s Class 1A Division I state championship game at the Ford Idaho Center. But she emerged out of...
Lapwai, February 22 High School 🏀 Game Notice
There are 2 high school 🏀 games in Lapwai. The Timberline High School basketball team will have a game with Highland High School on February 22, 2024, 20:00:00 CST. The Deary High School basketball team will have a game with Kendrick Senior High School on February 22, 2024, 21:31:00 CST.
Lewiston, February 21 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Potlatch Senior High School basketball team will have a game with Lapwai High School on February 21, 2024, 21:30:00 CST.
Uniontown's annual community sausage feed fundraiser tickets available
SPOKANE, Wash. - This year’s Uniontown Sausage Feed, a fundraiser for Uniontown’s local community building, is set for Sunday, March 3 and will be drive-thru only. A tradition since 1954, the fundraiser serves over 1,900 pounds of sausage to the community and offers a $15 meal that includes a three-quarter pound sausage, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, green beans, applesauce, roll and choice of pie.
Business Profile: On the front lines of the grocery business
Carlo Montebon held out a bag of iced gingerbread cookies for a visitor at Lewiston’s Grocery Outlet to try. The taste of the sweet, spicy cookies mirrored that of homemade versions of the treat. A few minutes later Montebon, who owns the store with his wife, was walking past...
DEQ Seeks Members for the Clearwater Basin Advisory Group
LEWISTON — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is seeking representatives to fill a vacancy on the Clearwater Basin Advisory Group (BAG). The vacancy is for local government representation. The Clearwater BAG is comprised of citizens, appointed by DEQ’s director, that represent stakeholder groups from Latah, Nez Perce,...
Navigating Tough Conversations with Youth: Tough Talk 2 Event at Lewiston High School
LEWISTON - Independent School District No. 1, along with the Clarkston and Asotin-Anatone school districts, invites parents, families, community members, and residents of the valley to attend Tough Talk 2 on February 22nd at 5:30 p.m. The event will be held in the P1FCU Performing Arts Auditorium at Lewiston High School.
Basketball Game Preview: Lapwai Wildcats vs. Potlatch Loggers
Lapwai is 9-1 against Potlatch since February of 2020, and they'll have a chance to extend that success on Wednesday. The Lapwai Wildcats will square off against the Potlatch Loggers at 7:30 p.m. One thing working in Lapwai's favor is that they have posted big point totals in their last 17 matchups.
Panel to discuss Brown vs. Board during Women’s History Month at LC State
LEWISTON, Idaho – A panel of three Lewis-Clark State College students and a faculty member will discuss Brown vs. Board of Education as part of Women’s History Month at the college on March 6. The event will be held at noon in Meriwether Lewis Hall, Room 100, and...