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Missing? Lewiston statues are just on vacay

Although two popular fountains in Lewiston are missing, residents don’t need to panic — they will return. Parks and Recreation Director Tim Barker said the statue of the dancing children at Brackenbury Square in downtown Lewiston and the Sacajawea Fountain at Pioneer Park on Normal Hill were removed in February or March for maintenance by Beautiful Downtown Lewiston. Barker said he heard concerns from residents that the statues were stolen, but that’s not the case.
LEWISTON, ID
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‘Valley of Death’ investigates north Idaho murders

LEWISTON — Five unsolved murders from 40 years ago in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley is a local case that has generated interest for many true-crime enthusiastists in the region, but those cases will reach a wider audience when People magazine covers it on the newsstand and on television. The magazine...
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Final Decision on Lewiston Homeless Shelter Postponed

At the June 27th meeting the Lewiston City Council voted unanimously to delay the final decision on the proposed Homeless Shelter’s Conditional Use Permit. This comes after the city received a letter regarding the proposed permit. No further details were publicly provided on the contents of the letter however the City’s Legal Team requested more time to research and review the letter before Council makes a final decision in light of this additional information.
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Lewiston Police Department Daily Activity Log: Sunday, June 26, 2022

LEWISTON - Below is the Lewiston Police Department daily activity log for Sunday, June 26, 2022. -------------------------------------------------- mix breed light brown, smaller sized dog; white on neck and blk around eyes and nose. No collar. Comp will be enrt to shelter. -------------------------------------------------- 22-L9546 Reckless Driving. Incident Address: 300 MAIN ST.
LEWISTON, ID
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Northern Utah and Southeast Idaho Fourth of July celebrations – Cache Valley Daily

LEWISTON – Communities in Cache Valley and surrounding areas are holding their own flavor of 4th of July celebrations and some have been passed down for generations. Lewiston has an Independence Day Celebration that begins with a rodeo on July 1st and 2nd at 7 p.m. Activities begin on July 4th at 6 a.m. with a canon salute, flag ceremony and pancake breakfast in the city park under the pavilion. Breakfast proceeds go to the Lewiston Fire Department.
LEWISTON, UT
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Northern Utah and Southeast Idaho Fourth of July celebrations

LEWISTON – Communities in Cache Valley and surrounding areas are holding their own flavor of 4th of July celebrations and some have been passed down for generations. Lewiston has an Independence Day Celebration that begins with a rodeo on July 1st and 2nd at 7 p.m. Activities begin on July 4th at 6 a.m. with a canon salute, flag ceremony and pancake breakfast in the city park under the pavilion. Breakfast proceeds go to the Lewiston Fire Department.
LEWISTON, UT
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LC Valley Community Spirit Fireworks show returns in-person event

This year's Fourth of July will mark the 32nd annual Community Spirit Fireworks Show in the Lewis-Clark Valley. This will also be the first time since before the pandemic that the "pre-show" will be back in action at Adam's Field, at Clarkston High School. "The fireworks are just the first...
CLARKSTON, WA
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No Injuries Reported Following Electrical Fire at Lapwai Residence Sunday Morning

LAPWAI - On Sunday, June 26, 2022 at approximately 10:00 a.m., Lapwai Volunteer Fire crews were dispatched to a reported electrical fire at 205 2nd St. West in Lapwai, ID. According to Lapwai City Fire Chief William Skiles, a three person fire crew responded as well as the power company to shut off power to the home. Ultimately crews were able to control the fire and keep the damage to the home minimal. There were no injuries.
LAPWAI, ID
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Update on help for Culdesac fire victims

The pastor at Culdesac Community Church told KLEW News Tuesday morning that he is running out of storage space so many people have donated items to help the June 17 fire victims. Pastor Will is extremely grateful for the community's generosity and asks folks who still want to help, to...
CULDESAC, ID
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Pearl Dielman, possibly Idaho’s oldest person, dies at 109

A woman who loved root beer, high heels, having her hair and nails done and who may have been the oldest living person in Idaho, died Saturday at the age of 109. Tasha Carper, of Lewiston, Dielman’s granddaughter, said Dielman, who was living at Royal Plaza, tested positive for COVID-19 on June 13. Carper said Dielman apparently recovered and was released from quarantine Friday but before she and her sister, Debbie McLean, could get permission to visit her, Dielman died.
LEWISTON, ID

‘Valley of Death’ investigates local murders

Five unsolved murders from 40 years ago in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley is a local case that has generated interest for many true-crime enthusiastists in the region, but those cases will reach a wider audience when People magazine covers it on the newsstand and on television. The magazine issue investigates the...

Letting their voices be heard

About 40 people of all ages lined up along Bridge Street in Clarkston on Sunday afternoon to voice their opposition to the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade. Katie Babino and Cora Peterson organized the event on Facebook. The two have been friends since going to Clarkston High School together and were talking about the Supreme Court’s ruling. They felt like they were in the minority in an area that is mostly conservative.
CLARKSTON, WA

Dam breach of etiquette

City and port officials from the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley say their concerns were ignored or downplayed in a draft report exploring the costs of removing the lower Snake River dams. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and Sen. Patty Murray released the report earlier this month outlining the benefits provided by the dams...
LEWISTON, ID
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People Magazine Investigates: Inside Decades-Old Disappearances of 5 People Along the Snake River

Steven Pearsall was a homebody who loved to make people happy, especially children. He was also a talented artist who specialized in drawing cartoon characters. "He was a very good artist, and so he would draw pages of cartoons to try to cheer you up, or he'd make up a cartoon of you and draw things of you as a cartoon," his younger sister Rhonda Albright tells PEOPLE. "He was always trying to make people happy."
LEWISTON, ID
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Lewiston Police Department Daily Activity Log: Saturday, June 25, 2022

LEWISTON - Below is the Lewiston Police Department daily activity log for Saturday, June 25, 2022. truck parked on the side walk, obstructing the sidewalk. light brown dog running loose, in and out of traffic. ----------------------------------------------- 22-L9490 VIN Number Inspection. Incident Address: 3500 7TH ST E. Lewiston ID 83501. Disposition:...
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