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Three arrested in Pomeroy after lengthy investigation

According to a press release issued late Thursday afternoon, the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office conducted a search warrant on 2030 Pataha St. As a result, Sheriff Drew Hyer said three suspects were arrested. The Lewiston SWAT team and Quad Cities Drug Task Force assisted with the operation. Sheriff Hyer...
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Lewiston Police Department Daily Activity Log: Thursday, June 23, 2022

LEWISTON - Below is the Lewiston Police Department daily activity log for Thursday, June 23, 2022. ---------------------------------------------------- brown small suv, hood up, male sleeping in the vehicle, has been there a couple of days. ---------------------------------------------------- 22-L9347 Abandoned Vehicle. Incident Address: 3500 15TH ST. Lewiston ID 83501. Disposition: INA. Time Reported:...
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56 Year Old Man Accused In Major Shoplifting Case At Local Walmarts Pleads Guilty

The 56-year-old man accused of taking part in a major shoplifting case at the local Walmarts has pleaded guilty. Walter Pate pleaded guilty as charged Friday in Whitman County Superior Court to felony organized retail theft. Pate and 54-year-old Timothy Redmond of Pullman were arrested by the Whitman County Sheriff’s Office during a routine traffic stop on U.S. Highway 195 on June 11th. Deputies determined that the vehicle was full of merchandise that was stolen from both the Pullman and Moscow Walmarts. The sheriff’s office recovered nearly 2,000 dollars in stolen goods.

Planned Parenthood, Spokane Catholic Diocese take different stances on Roe v. Wade decision

SPOKANE, Wash. – The Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was not surprising to Planned Parenthood.  “We’ve been preparing for this decision. It doesn’t make it any less sad, devastating, cruel. When you read the decision, it is absolutely draconian and dehumanizing,” said Paul Dillion, Vice President of Public Affairs at Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North...

One Person Dies In Car Fire In Moscow

One person died in a car fire Thursday afternoon in Moscow. Authorities haven’t released the name of the person who died. According to a City of Moscow Volunteer Fire Department press release, firefighters were called to a report of a vehicle fire with a person possibly trapped inside. The passenger compartment of the vehicle was fully engulfed in flames when crews arrived. Firefighters extinguished the fire in less than 3 minutes after arriving on scene. A person was found dead inside the vehicle. The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Moscow police and fire departments.

Lewiston Police investigating double-fatal crash after driver flees

A driver failed to yield for police, lost control of the vehicle, crashed into a brick retaining wall, and sheared off a power pole, Lewiston Police said Thursday morning. At about 12:41 a.m., an officer tried to stop a 1999 GMC Yukon near the 1800 block of Main Street. Police said the vehicle fit the description of a vehicle used by a subject involved in a crime on June 22nd.

Lewiston Police Department Daily Activity Log: Wednesday, June 22, 2022

LEWISTON - Below is the Lewiston Police Department daily activity log for Wednesday, June 22, 2022. male that has called multiple times last night, threatened the employee, stated he was going to come down to the gas station and shoot the employees, comp stated she does not know who it is.

WSU Children's Center Receives National Accreditation

PULLMAN - The National Accreditation for Early Care and Education Programs of the Association for Early Learning Leaders recognized WSU’s facility as an accredited center. “We care for and teach children from six weeks old up to 12-year-olds,” said Heather Havey, director of the center. “We give them the space and opportunity to grow and experience a variety of interests.”

Former Pullman Resident Who Shot And Killed PHS Student Tim Reeves In 2017 Sent To Prison After Violating His Probation

The former Pullman resident who shot and killed Pullman High School student Tim Reeves in 2017 has had his sentenced re-imposed after admitting to probation violations. Latah County Second District Court Judge John Judge re-imposed 22-year-old Keagan Tennant’s sentence during a hearing Wednesday in Moscow. Judge Judge sentenced Tennant to up to 30 years in prison. He is eligible for parole after 5 years.

ISP asking for help finding Idaho man missing since 2018

Idaho State Police detectives are asking the public for help in the search of a man who has been missing for more than four years. Michael Murphy was last seen in Feburary 2018, according to news reports from that time, and was living in the Lewiston and Clarkston area. He is a Native American man with brown hair and brown eyes and is approximately 6 feet, 2 inches. He was 26 years old at the time of his disappearance, according to a news release from ISP. Those with information can contact ISP detective Joe Lake at 208-750-9350. Lake said that he is hoping bringing up the missing persons case will mean someone will come forward with additional information that will be the “missing puzzle piece.” “Our No. 1 goal is to return Michael Murphy to his family,” Lake said.

Colorado prep linebacker Tai Faavae commits to Washington State

PULLMAN – Washington State’s football team received the seventh oral commitment of its 2023 class on Thursday, when Colorado linebacker Emmanuel “Tai” Faavae pledged to the Cougars. Faavae, who announced his decision over Twitter, is the first defender in the class. The 6-foot, 218-pounder starred at...
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Bite of the Palouse: O-Ramen knocks it out of the park

If I won the lottery and was stuck in Pullman, I could very easily have O-Ramen every day. Already this article is a cry for help from my wallet for spending way too much money there, but after trying everything on the menu I can earnestly say I am an expert.

Seven WSU teams earn perfect marks from NCAA

Four Washington State University women’s athletics teams and three men’s teams received perfect single-year Academic Progress Rate scores in the latest report from the NCAA. For the 2020-21 academic year, women’s cross country, women’s golf, women’s swimming and women’s volleyball, along with men’s basketball, men’s cross country and...