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Lewiston man shot in gunfight with deputies

LEWISTON, Idaho – A 28-year-old Idaho man is in serious condition at a hospital in Spokane, Washington, following a shootout with police. The Lewiston Tribune reports that Joseph Case, of …


UPDATED: Fri., Oct. 23, 2015, 11:23 p.m.

Lewiston turns back Lake City to earn playoff berth

Lake City gave a spirited effort and kept it interesting deep into the second half before the visiting Lewiston Bengals pulled away for a 47-22 victory Friday.


Prep roundup: Coeur d’Alene sweeps Post Falls in regional volleyball match

Ali Williams had 24 assists and seven aces and Missy Huddleston added 10 kills, 21 digs and four aces as Coeur d’Alene swept Post Falls 25-17, 25-16, 25-5 in a …


Austin Lee, Coeur d’Alene race past high-scoring Lewiston

The Coeur d’Alene Vikings used a ball-control offense and an opportunistic defense Friday night in a 56-28 win over the Lewiston Bengals at Viking Field. Senior quarterback Austin Lee was …


IEL 5A: Coeur d’Alene has two options at quarterback

Coeur d’Alene, Lake City, Lewiston or Post Falls is going to win the 5A Inland Empire League title and host a state playoff game. Coeur d’Alene, Lake City, Lewiston or …


UPDATED: Sat., Aug. 22, 2015, 5:05 p.m.

Smoke moves into Central Washington

The brown skies Spokane experienced Friday have moved on.


Baseball coaches Rook, Grunenfelder angry over firings

Two highly successful North Idaho high school baseball coaches have been fired. Nick Rook of Coeur d’Alene and Tom Grunenfelder of Lewiston were dismissed in recent weeks.


Triple-slaying suspect ‘demonized’ estranged wife’s family, officials say

The estranged wife of a military veteran accused of killing a Spokane firefighter and his family may have been saved by a late night at work. Mandy Murry finished her …


UPDATED: Fri., March 27, 2015, 11:27 a.m.

Lewiston bar shooting may have been self-defense

Lewiston police are investigating a shooting at the Wrangler Bar that left one man with serious injuries late Thursday.


Idaho state wrestling: Post Falls in prime position after first day

POCATELLO – Picture this: Post Falls coach Peter Reardon climbed into his hotel bed Friday night an unfazed man. He punched his pillow out habit, not frustration. Everything is playing …


Idaho boys basketball: Red-hot Trojans topple T-Wolves

There’s not much that Mike McLean’s Post Falls boys basketball program hasn’t accomplished in less than a decade. The Trojans have captured a state championship and finished runner-up.


Lewiston boys, girls sweep visiting Sandpoint

The Lewiston Bengals swept a nonleague doubleheader from visiting Sandpoint at Booth Hall on Monday night. Boys: Trystan Bradley scored 10 points and was the only player to reach double …


Roleo queens: New documentary captures log-rolling glory days

Barbara Peterka Newbry’s past is no longer hidden away in boxes, a faded memory worth only a passing mention to grandkids who couldn’t comprehend that their grandmother was a world-class …


Idaho volleyball: CdA wins 2, moves into semis; defending champ Lewiston eliminated

The Coeur d’Alene volleyball team beat Mountain View and Centennial Friday at the 5A State tournament in Idaho Falls and are two wins away from a state title. The Vikings …


Coeur d’Alene knocks off two-time defending state champion Lewiston

The queens were knocked off their throne Tuesday. At least for now. For the second time in three meetings, Coeur d’Alene downed the two-time defending State 5A volleyball champion Lewiston …


Indians can’t slow Bengals

Uncertain and slow a week ago in a season-opening loss, the Lewiston football team made a 180-degree turnaround in six days. Leading the way was senior running back Tyler Eberhardt. …


Cougars headed to Lewiston to open football camp

PULLMAN – Washington State football coach Mike Leach was often interrupted during a teleconference with members of the media to talk about the team’s upcoming season on Thursday. He was …


Cougars look forward to another trip to Lewiston

The Cougars liked their camp in Lewiston so much last year that they are heading back this year for an even longer stay at Sacajawea Middle School.


CdA, Lewiston travel to Boise as state baseball tournament begins

The Coeur d’Alene Vikings baseball team is trekking south to Boise to try to finish what they came one game from accomplishing last year: a 5A State title. The Vikings, …


Relentless Bengals win 2nd straight title

The Lewiston Bengals knew they would have a target on their backs with everyone returning from last year’s State 5A volleyball tournament championship team. So they put something else on …


Bengals on track for another title

The 2013 Idaho 5A State volleyball tournament is beginning to look like the 2012 version. That’s good news for the defending champion Lewiston Bengals, who pulled out another five-game thriller …


Coeur d’Alene cruises past Lewiston 48-7

Coeur d’Alene’s fast-paced offense is tough to keep up with for opposing defenses, the chain crew and stat keepers. The Vikings rolled up 390 total yards by halftime and scored …


Megaloads not allowed through Idaho’s Nez Perce Reservation

BOISE – Shipments of massive industrial equipment destined for the Alberta tar sands may not truck through the Nez Perce Reservation on a winding Idaho highway until a study of …


Lewiston holds off Lakeland

It was pretty much a re-run of last year’s game with the same ending. Lewiston’s Andres Nunez scored two touchdowns, including a 96-yard return on the opening kickoff, to lift …


Megaload fight headed to federal court

The Lewiston Tribune is reporting a court date has been set on a motion brought forth by the Nez Perce tribe to block oversized shipments of oil refinery equipment along …


Megaload encounters few protesters in Montana

A 322-ton shipment of water purification equipment for an oil refinery operation in Alberta, Canada, passed through Missoula, Mont., early Tuesday. About 25 protesters briefly blocked the truck, but the …


Cougs have short practice on eve of scrimmage

LEWISTON – Connor Halliday didn’t dare allow himself to get excited about the short practice Washington State had scheduled for Saturday afternoon. The junior quarterback knows too well that under …


Cougs have short practice on eve of scrimmage

Connor Halliday didn’t dare allow himself to get excited about the short practice Washington State had scheduled for Saturday afternoon.


Thompson gets chance, steps up

LEWISTON – Once a youngster collecting autographs from Jason Hill and Michael Bumpus, John Thompson got a productive taste Wednesday of what it’s like to catch passes in Washington State’s …


Protesters slow, but don’t stop, megaload truck through Nez Perce lands

LEWISTON — The megaload truck carrying oil refinery equipment through Nez Perce tribal lands northeast of Lewiston passed a line of protesters again Tuesday night, but not without a delay.