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Pair face charges after children taken from home

A Lewiston man who allegedly helped a friend hide her children from police – against a court order prohibiting the woman from having contact with the children – faces two …


Lewiston’s St. Joseph Medical Center sale can proceed, Idaho AG says

The Idaho attorney general’s office will allow a pending sale of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center to proceed – as long as the sale adheres to a list of conditions.


Allegedly abused Moscow horses to remain with rehab specialists

The attorney for a Moscow woman charged with five counts of cruelty to animals said he plans to file a motion of suppression Monday to remove from evidence photographs that …


Florida man held on Lewiston rape charge

A Florida man who is accused of trying to rape a woman early Sunday on a downtown Lewiston sidewalk is in the Nez Perce County Jail on $100,000 bond.


UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 22, 2017, 5:39 p.m.

Idaho boys: Lewiston stops Post Falls, captures 5A Region I title

Lewiston goes 6-foot-8, 6-5 and 6-5 inside.


UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 10, 2017, 10:09 p.m.

Despite study, farmers skeptical on human-caused climate change

A six-year, three-state, $20 million research project to study the potential effects of climate change on agriculture appears to have done little to persuade farmers that human-caused climate change is …


Bayley Brennan leads Post Falls past Lewiston in girls basketball

Bayley Brennan picked a good time to pick up her basketball team Tuesday. Seemingly whenever Post Falls needed a big basket to quell a surge by Lewiston, Brennan made them. …


Three Lewiston fugitives recaptured

With the arrest of Michael L. Parkins on Friday in Asotin County, three Lewiston fugitives are back in custody. Parkins, who was on the lam since failing to appear at …


Lewiston’s Austin Byrer named Gatorade Idaho runner of year

Lewiston senior Austin Byrer has been named the 2016-17 Gatorade Idaho boys cross country runner of the year.


UPDATED: Wed., Jan. 25, 2017, 9:17 p.m.

Lewiston football coach Shawn Nilsson resigns

Shawn Nilsson had been thinking about stepping down as Lewiston’s head football coach during the season. Nilsson, 52, made it official just after the first of the year. His teams …


UPDATED: Sat., Jan. 21, 2017, 10:14 p.m.

Cable One-KAYU standoff enters 4th week

A dispute between local cable television provider Cable One and Spokane FOX affiliate KAYU reflects the company’s strategy to focus on internet, not cable customers. That’s the contention of KAYU-FOX …


Lewiston floats dam options

Even though the city of Lewiston has a raft of questions for the federal government indicating that dam breaching would cause massive and expensive headaches, city officials say they aren’t …


Lewiston police seize more cash, property in drug cases

Police in the north-central Idaho city of Lewiston seized more cash, cars and property last year under Idaho’s drug forfeiture laws.


Lewiston judge cuts bond amount for manslaughter suspect

A 2nd District Court judge cut in half the bond amount – setting it at $75,000 – and ordered mediation in a Lewiston manslaughter case that left a woman dead …


North Idaho doctor volunteers at free medical clinic he started

When Glenn Jefferson was in high school in Virginia, he had aspirations of becoming a medical missionary. That’s still on his to-do list, but the Lewiston resident answered another call …


New Clearwater Paper equipment needs new permit

A design change will require Clearwater Paper to alter the air-quality permit for the company’s $160 million upgrade to its Lewiston pulp and paper mill.


Clearwater Paper buys Virginia-based paperboard company for $68 million

Clearwater Paper Corp. has purchased a paperboard company in Virginia for $68 million.


Northwest Children’s Home license at risk

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare will revoke the operating license of Northwest Children’s Home in Lewiston on Jan. 4 over allegations of sex offenses, assaults, fire safety problems …


Clearwater Paper closes Oklahoma City plant

Clearwater Paper expects to save $10 million a year by closing a plant in Oklahoma City and reducing operations in Neenah, Wis.


Triple murderer John Lee files new appeal

Convicted triple murderer John Lee is appealing his case to the Idaho Supreme Court for a second time, despite waiving his right to appeal in a plea agreement he accepted …


Who killed Lonnie Jones?

Now 65 years since the discovery of Lonnie Jones’ body, his death remains the only unsolved documented murder case in Clearwater County.


Past opinions provide perspective

Snake River dams, Nov. 9, 1936 The S-R editorial board opined on the idea of making Lewiston a seaport by constructing dams on the lower Snake River. An editorial approvingly …


Postseason prep football glance

Postseason high school football is here.


Prosecutor: No grounds for Lee to withdraw guilty pleas

Prosecutors are arguing that there is “no legal or factual basis” for a convicted triple murderer to withdraw his guilty pleas.


Idaho prep runners make long trek to state cross country meets

It seems appropriate that North Idaho cross country runners are headed to southeastern Idaho for state meets on Saturday.


Police arrest 3 in drug trafficking investigation

Lewiston police arrested three people following a narcotics trafficking investigation.


Mead, G-Prep football teams ready for big showdown Thursday

The Mead Panthers are essentially playing for their football postseason lives Thursday. While the Panthers wouldn’t mathematically be eliminated with a loss, their hopes would be dealt a big blow …


Prep football notebook: CdA, Lewiston brace for key showdown

All but one team in the Idaho high school football polls have a better record than 3-2.


5A Inland Empire: Vikings, Bengals favorites

Season after season, Coeur d’Alene is favored to win the 5A Inland Empire League title and expected to compete for a state championship.


Lewiston firm Presnell Gage notifying clients of information hacks

Lewiston-based accounting firm Presnell Gage is in the process of notifying about 100 individuals or companies that their information may have been hacked during a data breach in the past …