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Washington State fans gave 'College GameDay' one of its best crowd scenes ever
ESPN's College GameDay was live from Pullman, Wash., visiting Washington State for the first time ever. Naturally, Wazzu fans were quite excited ahead of the Cougs' matchup against Oregon on Saturday night. First, the signs, and Wazzu fans had some great ones. Sign of the week, imo: GameDay sign w
Lewiston residents report bear, cougar sightings on edge of town
On Wednesday evening at about 6:15, the Lewiston Police Department received a report of two cougars in a canyon near the the Northwest Children’s Home on the 400 block of 22nd Avenue. According to the report, one cougar was moving north and another was moving south.
Trial in grisly murder set to last 2 weeks
Patrick J. Nuxoll’s murder case, after plodding through the court system for more than three years, is set to go to trial Monday in Moscow.
Generic threat leads to law enforcement presence around CHS
“We are confident that this threat is not intended for Clarkston High School and will conduct classes as normal today,” Superintendent Tim Winter said in an email to parents of high school students Friday. “As always, our priority is student and staff safety. We will supervise campus today with the
Man tries to elude detectives, arrested for meth possession
Detectives observed Vasquez-Pina sitting in the front passenger seat of a vehicle traveling northbound on Ninth Street, near Bridge Street, in Clarkston. Detectives recognized Vasquez-Pina from a prior investigation that culminated in his arrest March 2.
Quad Cities Drug Task Force makes meth bust
Detectives from the Quad Cities Drug Task Force arrested Jose Ramon Vasquez-Pina, 51, of Garfield County for the second time in this year on the felony charge of possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver.
Oregon at Washington State: Game pick, prediction, odds, spread, TV channel, live stream, watch online
There's no rest for the weary out west. Fresh off its overtime victory against Washington last week, Oregon must now travel to Pullman to take on another ranked foe in Washington State. The Ducks have no breathing room either in the Pac-12 North as each top team now holds one loss in conference.With
Idaho Fish and Game warning following recent bear sightings in Lewiston
“This time of year, it is pretty dry they're looking for water they're looking for a source of food this time of year so this really the time when we'll start seeing them maybe passing more through town so again it's just something to keep an eye on and enjoy it and respect it from a distance,” Jen
Live updates: Mario Cristobal postgame press conference after Oregon loses at Washington State
Oregon head coach Mario Cristobal, right, speaks with his players during the first half of an NCAA college football game against Washington State in Pullman, Wash., Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018. (AP/Young Kwak)
No. 25 Washington State beats No. 12 Oregon 34-20
PULLMAN, Wash. (AP) —Gardner Minshewthrew a 22-yard touchdown pass toDezmon Patmonin the back of the end zone with 3:40 left and No. 25 Washington State beat No. 12 Oregon 34-20 on Saturday night.TheCougars(6-1, 3-1 Pac-12) capped one of the biggest days in program history by taking control of the N
Thousands crowd into Pullman as WSU hosts College GameDay
Tens of thousands of people crowded into Pullman as WSU hosts ESPN's College GameDay for the first time in school history. PULLMAN, Wash. - Tens of thousands of people crowded into Pullman as WSU hosts ESPN's College GameDay for the first time in school history. "We've got the eyes of the nation wat
Active powerline sparks roof fire
LEWISTON, ID —A downed powerline caused a small house fire in Lewiston on Thursday.Lewiston Fire officials said it’s likely that the homeowner was walking on the roof when they hit a powerline causing it to fall.The transformer blew and caught fire, catching an active powerline on fire as well.Smoke
Oregon at Washington State: Game pick, prediction, odds, spread, live stream, watch online, TV channel
The Pac-12 race is heating up and things could get interesting when No. 25 Washington State plays host to No. 12 Oregon at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Here's how the Cougars and Ducks match-up.Fresh off its overtime victory against Washington last week, Oregon must now travel to Pullman, Washington to take
Take a 30,000-foot view of Lewiston's airport
Turner, 65, whose current title at the airport - according to Manager Stephanie Morgan - is "former airport manager, vice president of miscellaneous, catalyst, genius, administrative assistant and program assistant" - is accused of engaging in a public sexual romp on the second floor of the airport.
Meth dealer arrested for second time this year
Detectives observed the vehicle pull into the Bridge Street Mart and Vasquez-Pina exit the vehicle on foot. Detectives contacted Vasquez-Pina, and when they identified themselves as law enforcement, Vasquez-Pina ran away from the detectives. Detectives pursued him on foot, quickly catching him, and
Clarkston fighter wins the belt
This past Saturday, Clarkston’s Abbi Reck won the title belt, beating Niyah Sierra from Pine Ridge, South Dakota by unanimous decision.
City declares state of emergency as College GameDay heads to WSU
The City of Pullman declared a state of emergency Tuesday night due to the crowds expected for ESPN's College GameDay. The announcement is designed as a way for Pullman Transit to help students, residents and fans travel to and from Saturday’s game.— The Daily Evergreen (@DailyEvergreen)October 17,
Sears Hometown in Lewiston not part of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
“We doubt it just because of the fact that it is a separate company now and it has been for a dozen years and we have heard that basically the brick and mortar of this company is in a privately-owned store like ours,” said Keith Warnock, Asst. Store Manager.
WSU fan makes road trip from Virginia Beach to Pullman for College GameDay
Travis Crawford is driving more than 2,700 miles to Martin Stadium all the way from Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Limited open burning in Asotin County through Dec. 15
“It's really limited on what you can burn,” said Chief Noel Hardin, Asotin Co. Fire District 1. “It's just a small four-by-four pile of limited yard waste. No leaves, no grasses, anything that creates a lot of smoke you’re not supposed to be burning.”