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Brief: UI professors will discuss marching band history

As part of the Third Street Gallery's exhibit "Vandal Traditions," University of Idaho music professor Dan Bukvich and emeritus UI music professor Bob Spevacek will give a talk titled "UI Marching Band History" at 6 p.m. Thursday in the council chambers at City Hall, according to a city of Moscow ne

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS

Finding new ways to serve the community

Grocery sacks filled with Thanksgiving foods were lined up in the break room at the Moscow Police Department, as Chief James Fry and Officer Meagan Vincello prepared to deliver a bag of food to a family in need Thursday night. For the first annual "Moscow Police Thanksgiving Helping Hand," the Mosco

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Mayor Lambert to make City Council appointment

Brandy Sullivan, who was recently elected to join the Moscow City Council in 2018, is expected to be selected Monday to fill the remainder of recently deceased Councilman John Weber's term. Her name will be submitted by Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert for council approval at the City Council meeting at 7

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 18:56:00

Brief: Law students raise money for food banks

University of Idaho College of Law students in Moscow and Boise recently raised approximately $4,855 and 1,440 food items to donate to local food banks. In Moscow, all donations went to the Moscow Food Bank, while donations in Boise went to the Idaho Food Bank. Last year, UI law students raised $4,4

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Brief: City seeks Artwalk 2018 brochure artists

The city of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission are seeking submissions for the Artwalk 2018 cover art. Artists may submit up to two images of work for consideration. All submissions must be new work or work created within the past two years that has not been shown in an art gallery, previous Mosc

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Taking opportunities in a changing climate

Idaho and the Palouse face a host of climate issues both today and in the future. The question, said Kate Gordon, senior adviser at the Paulson Institute, is whether Idaho will capture the economic opportunities the changing climate brings its way. Local business owners, entrepreneurs and researcher

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Haug: Bad information creates cancer on society

Climate scientist and former journalist Peter Haug says "fake news" is nothing new, and with the proliferation of accessible information today, it's up to the reader to decide what to believe. Haug spoke on the topic Thursday during a Brown Bag Luncheon hosted by the Pullman chapter of the League of

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Pregame chat with Genesee, Prairie

As Prairie and Genesee prepare to dive into an all-Whitepine League title game tonight, here are six story lines to watch in this 7 p.m.... TPC Holdings, Inc., considers the comments section of lmtribune.com to be a key part of constructive community dialogue. Your comments will appear as you type t

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE - 2017-11-17 11:35:00

Drug bust in Cortland County reveals heroin, crack cocaine

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Three men were jailed Friday in Cortland County after state police seized heroin, crack cocaine and other drugs. A search warrant was executed in an apartment at 76 Central Ave., Cortland, by members of the New York State Police Community Narcotics Enforcement Tea

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-17 20:12:36

Cortland man wanted for questioning, flees deputies, throws drugs out car window

A Cortland man who was wanted for questioning by police, fled deputies as they attempted to stop his vehicle, and later threw drugs out his car window as he fled, according to the Cortland County Sheriff's office. Artist Quiller, 46, was charged and arrested on Wednesday with Criminal Possession of

CNYCENTRAL.COM - 2017-11-17 15:15:33

Cortland Police searching for assault suspect

Cortland Police are searching for the woman in the photo above. She is suspected of assaulting another female on November 4, 2017 around 1:55 a.m. inside 105 Main Street, according to Cortland Police. Anyone who can identify the female is asked to contact Sergeant Daniel Edwards, and to reference i

CNYCENTRAL.COM - 2017-11-17 14:51:59

Q&A: Trumansburg musicians Richie and Rosie release sophomore album 'Nowhere In Time'

YOUR LOCAL NEWS IS MADE POSSIBLE BY SUPPORT FROM TRUMANSBURG, N.Y. - Banjo player, Richie Stearns and Fiddle player Rosie Newton may be decades apart in age, but their love for folk and old time music transcends time. Richie and Rosie, an Ithaca-area folk duo released their sophomore album, Nowhere

ITHACAVOICE.COM - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Rogues' Harbor Inn great for a classic, hearty meal

The original Rogues' Harbor Inn, which opened in 1830, has nine guest rooms along with a bar area and two pleasant dining rooms. Breakfast is served for the overnight guests but otherwise it's dinner only, which starts at 5 p.m. daily. I think of Rogues' Harbor as a bastion of casual comfort food:

ITHACA.COM - 2017-11-17 11:00:00

'Wilson' holds audience and doesn't let go

Wilson, directed by Craig Johnson, available on home video. Do you ever get a movie from Netflix and wonder when - or if - you'll ever be in the mood to watch it? The days go by and that red envelope sits waiting on the coffee table. That happened to me this week with a film called Wilson. In it, Wo

ITHACA.COM - 2017-11-17 11:00:00

WENY News - The Salvation Army Starts It's 'Red Kettle Campaign'

ELMIRA, NY -- Across the country, volunteers with The Salvation Army are gearing up for the organizations annual Red Kettle Campaign. It's a community effort to help fund the many programs offered year round. In Chemung County, The Salvation Army starts it's season on Friday evening. Volunteers will

NEWSCHANNEL 36 - 2017-11-17 12:31:00

Dryden residents, college students help neighbors with 'Rake in the Good Deeds'

"Thank you" was a common response to a joint effort that connected community for a crisp autumn morning. More than three dozen volunteers from Dryden High School, Tompkins Cortland Community College and residents of the Village of Dryden came together on Nov. 4 to help out their neighbors by raking

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-17 11:00:01

Raleigh shooting victim found in S. Tarboro St. house dies in hospital

A gun attack on a man on South Tarboro Street on Tuesday night became a homicide investigation Thursday after the victim died from his wounds, police said. James Dermont Rowland was 48 years old. He died at WakeMed Hospital, police said. Police said they found Rowland in a house in the 200 block of

RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER - 2017-11-16 20:17:00

Nash County deputies aid in $5 million drug bust

On the heels of two large drug busts in Nash County over the weekend, deputies with the Nash County Sheriff's Office aided in arresting four suspects and seizing more than $5 million in methamphetamine Tuesday in northern Iredell County. Members of the Nash County Sheriff's Office Highway Interdicti

ROCKY MOUNT TELEGRAM - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Round 2: High School State Football Playoffs

GREENVILLE, NC -- The following matchups are second round games in the NCHSAA state football playoffs set for November 17. Class 1A (8) Southside @ (1) North Duplin (5) Pamlico County @ (4) Columbia (6) Plymouth @ (3) South Robeson Class 1AA (8) Riverside @ (1) Tarboro (6) Lakewood @ (3) East Carter

WITN - 2017-11-17 23:44:00

James Benjamin Hemby Jr.

March 1, 1934 - Nov. 16, 2017 RALEIGH - James "Jim" Benjamin Hemby Jr., 83, passed away Thursday evening at Rex Hospital, Raleigh. A memorial service will be conducted Monday, Nov. 20, 2017, at First Christian Church, 207 Tarboro St. NE, Wilson. Jim was born March 1, 1934, in Ayden to the late Mavis

WILSON DAILY TIMES (SUBSCRIPTION) - 2017-11-17 08:00:00