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Blue Mountain elk population topic of discussion

CLARKSTON, WA — Community members from Asotin, Garfield, and Columbia County came together on Monday to discuss the declining elk populations in the Blue Mountains. Also in attendance were representatives from the Department of Fish and Wildlife and county officials. "Please remind yourself, mind your manners tonight,” said Chris...
COLUMBIA COUNTY, WA
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Elk situation in Blue Mountains draws crowd

Close to 70 hunters, ranchers and farmers gathered at an Asotin County Commission meeting Monday to discuss what can be done to save the dwindling elk population in the Blue Mountains. The overwhelming message from concerned residents was a unified call to protect elk herds for future generations by addressing...
ASOTIN COUNTY, WA
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Coming to a head at Headgates Park

ASOTIN — A Clarkston resident who has fond memories of Headgates Park is mounting a campaign to convince Asotin County officials not to sell it. Jim Sargeant, 60, has filed large public records requests and compiled historical documents of nearby Headgates Dam in an effort to stop the sale. He said a petition may be his next step.
CLARKSTON, WA
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Former Asotin County Judge Gallina sentencing date changed

The sentencing date for a former Asotin County judge has been moved to 9 a.m. July 11 in Superior Court due to the presiding judge’s availability. Last month, 58-year-old Scott Gallina pleaded guilty to two counts of assault with sexual motivation on the first day of his trial. The third-degree charge is a felony, and the fourth-degree assault is a gross misdemeanor. Both charges were in connection with crimes against two courthouse employees who worked with the former judge.
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Corrections

—— The Asotin County treasurer’s office is up for election this year. Holly Steiner is the incumbent. The position was inadvertently omitted from Thursday’s candidate filing story because of a Tribune error. Also, McKenzie Campbell is the Asotin County clerk. Her last name was listed incorrectly in...