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Gas Plant Be Erected Here

Because of the need for a separate plant with which to serve 150 Clarkston patrons, the Northwest Cities Gas Co. will begin construction this week of a butane, liquifying petroleum works at Fourth and Fair streets, according to D. E. Wolf, Lewiston, district manager. Construction of the Clarkston st

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE - 2018-03-19 07:00:00

Moscow teenager is a rising star

A project that looks to the stars has Moscow High School sophomore Jieyan Wang headed to a competition with student scientists from around the world. After competing in her first science fair as a high schooler, Wang secured a spot as a competitor at the Intel International Science and Engineering F

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE - 2018-03-19 07:00:00

Jail task force gets to work

ASOTIN - A "motivated" task force wants to get to the meat of the problems at the Asotin County Jail, Commissioner Jim Jeffords said Monday. The group was established following a February town hall meeting and outcry from officials, community members, former inmates and jailers about conditions at t

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE - 2018-03-20 07:00:00

Get Out and Do It: Your two-Day forecast

Trivia Night - 7 p.m., Rico's Pub, Pullman. Giveaways and prizes. All proceeds go to the local United Way. Every Tuesday. "Impeachment: A Nonpartisan Look at a Hyper-partisan Topic" - 7-8:30 p.m., 1912 Center Great Room, 412 E. Third St., Moscow. A discussion by Don Burnett, University of Idaho emer

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-03-20 07:00:00

Brief: Charter School hosting Bingo night in Moscow

Thousands of dollars in prizes from Palouse-area and Inland Northwest businesses will be awarded, and a silent auction, taco bar and snacks will be included in the festivities as well. Some prizes include $200 in WinCo gift cards, full price tickets to Silverwood, Snowhaven, Tree to Tree Adventure P

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-03-20 07:00:00

Brief: Audubon Society to meet Wednesday in Moscow

Fred Rabe, professor emeritus of biological sciences at the University of Idaho, will present "Ecology of North Idaho Streams in Research Natural Areas" at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the 1912 Center Great Room. According to a press release announcing the presentation, many aquatic sites have been set aside

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-03-20 07:00:00

Brief: Pullman City Council seeks goals

The city of Pullman is requesting suggestions from residents and organizations for ideas and goals for the City Council and Mayor Glenn Johnson to consider. Goal suggestions should be received by the mayor's office no later than April 30. Goals can be submitted to: Council Goals, City of Pullman, 32

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-03-20 07:00:00

Nez Perce-Clearwater forest plans still under revision

Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest officials provided an update of a revised forest plan to the Latah County Commissioners and a small group of unsatisfied members of the public Monday at the Latah County Courthouse. Forest officials started revising the forest management plan in 2012 to update tw

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-03-20 07:00:00

Moscow crash sends one person to the hospital

MOSCOW - One person was taken to a hospital following a two-vehicle crash at about 2:30 p.m. Friday in the 1400 block of Blaine Street in Moscow. The injured person was taken to Gritman Medical Center in Moscow, according to Whitcom Emergency Dispatch Center. No other information was available Frida


Where's all the green?

The marijuana trade continues to flourish in Clarkston and Pullman, but most of the millions of dollars in tax revenue winds up in Washington state coffers. At the city and county level, the grass isn't as green. Asotin County received about $13,000 in 2017, while Clarkston netted close to $16,000.


Indian Objects To Joseph Memorial

This story was published in the March 19, 1939, edition of the Lewiston Tribune. --- To the Tribune: The persistent efforts made by a certain group of people to erect a monument to Chief Joseph on the Nez Perce reservation have aroused the resentment of the Nez Perce Indians who denounce the project

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE - 2018-03-19 07:00:00

Cardinals slip, slide through mud, beat Pullman

PULLMAN - Hannah Peters' dive into third base resembled more of a Slip 'N Slide than a softball slide during Saturday's game between Medical Lake and Pullman. When the Cardinals player stood up after a successful steal in the third inning, the front of her jersey was covered head to toe in dripping


Blast from the Past / 1938: Among the grains

Readers who would like to share their local historical photos may do so by emailing them to blasts@lmtribune.com or submitting them to: Blast from the Past, P.O. Box 957, Lewiston, ID 83501. Photos need to be at least 20 years old.

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE - 2018-03-19 07:00:00

Onion unloader leaves behind a rather pungent puzzlement

--- A man reportedly dumped some onions on the ground outside a Neighborhood Market store in Lewiston and was confronted and told not to litter. The man refused to pick up his onions and fled in a minivan. There's probably more layers to this, but that's just one man's op-onion. --- A tall man with

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE - 2018-03-19 07:00:00

Desk Top: This desk is the 'hotel home-away-from-home' hub

Editor's note:Work desks are often a home away from home in an era where most adults have paid employment. In "Desk Top," Business Profile gives you a behind-the-scenes peek at what some of the area's professionals keep in this valued space. Who: Laurie Wilson, director of sales and catering and Lew


Rosalia firefighter arrested for burglary

COLFAX, Wash. - A Rosalia firefighter was arrested Thursday afternoon on suspicion of burglary and theft after a search warrant was serviced at his residence. 35-year-old Kelly Brown was booked into the Whitman County Jail on charges of second-degree theft, second-degree burglary, and additional nar


Pullman paramedic rises to top at Stairclimb

PULLMAN - A paramedic with the Pullman Fire Department, carrying all his equipment, climbed 69 flights of stairs in 10 minutes and 55 seconds last weekend and helped fund cancer research at the same time. Steve Potratz-Lee, 31, edged out 1,854 other firefighters from departments throughout the world


Pullman's Officer of the Year

Officer Ruben Harris is a cop, dad and soccer coach - not necessarily in that order - and he is also the Pullman Police Officer of the Year. At the Pullman City Council meeting Feb. 21, former Pullman Police Chief Ted Weatherly presented Harris with the sixth annual Maynard-Price American Legion Pos


Letter: Great community service

I am a couch potato. I have become more so since I retired a few years ago. I have friends who exercise regularly, and I admire them, but I just haven't gotten the will to do it until now. But a friend of mine who swims regularly told me she also participates in a senior exercise class, Stay Active


Jury complications delay Patrick J. Nuxoll first-degree murder trial

Patrick James Nuxoll of Lewiston listens to attorney Richard M. Cuddihy before Nuxolls preliminary hearing Wednesday in Nez Perce County Magistrate Court. Nuxoll was bound over for trial on first-degree murder charges related to the stabbing death of David W. Cramer.Tribune/Barry Kough The trial of