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  • Whitworth men secure sixth straight NWC basketball championship

    George Valle converted a three-point play with 2.7 seconds left, and No. 19 Whitworth claimed its sixth straight Northwest Conference regular-season championship with a 66-63 win over Puget Sound on …


  • NIC administrator accused of offering financial aid for sex

    A North Idaho College administrator accused of offering scholarship money to students in exchange for sex told police he had made the solicitations on Craigslist for several semesters. In January, …


  • NIC director linked by police to financial aid-for-sex scheme

    A North Idaho College administrator accused of offering scholarship money to students in exchange for sex told police he had made the solicitations on Craigslist for several semesters.


  • 21st-ranked Whitworth men roll to 39-point victory to collect 20th win

    The No. 21 Whitworth men sent out two seniors in style Saturday night by dominating Pacific (Oregon) in an 89-50 shellacking that marked the Pirates’ 20th win of the basketball …


  • North Idaho College asks for bigger funding increase

    BOISE – North Idaho College is getting about the same level of funding from the state now that it got 12 years ago, NIC President Joe Dunlap told lawmakers Tuesday. …


  • NIC, CCS women’s basketball teams to play for holiday tournament titles

    Mariah Swanson had 15 points and six rebounds and the North Idaho women’s basketball team earned a spot in the Lower Columbia Holiday Classic title game with a 79-56 rout …


  • Gonzaga women testing new point guards

    New Gonzaga women’s basketball coach Lisa Fortier said she knows who is going to be her point guards but she’s not completely sure who will start on Sunday in the …


  • Sandpoint wins to advance

    Amos Crossingham scored in the first half and Sandpoint held on to beat visiting Lakeland 1-0 in an Idaho 4A Region I boys soccer loser-out, semifinal on Monday night. Sandpoint …


  • Former pilot reduces cost, weight of hydroplanes with composites

    Murdo Cameron has something to tell the sport of hydroplane racing: Lighten up already. The retired airline pilot, an innovator in the field of advanced composite materials, says he can …


  • Families Pick: Art on the Green lets kids get creative

    Poetry penned by area kids and posted on a transient “wall” of construction gating at this weekend’s Art on the Green adds a literary art to the mix at the …


  • After losing in Legislature, Idaho college campuses adapting policies to new gun law

    Public colleges and universities in Idaho are getting ready to comply with a new state law they strongly opposed: allowing concealed weapons to be carried on campus. The law takes …


  • EWU men’s basketball promotes Riley

    Eastern Washington University director of basketball operations David Riley has been elevated to an assistant men’s coaching position at EWU, head coach Jim Hayford said Wednesday. Riley, 25, takes the …


  • ‘Laramie’ explores lasting impacts

    In November 1998, members of New York City’s Tectonic Theater Project traveled to Laramie, Wyo., a sleepy small town west of Cheyenne. Five weeks before their visit, Matthew Shepard, a …


  • ‘Laramie’ explores lasting impacts

    In November 1998, members of New York City’s Tectonic Theater Project traveled to Laramie, Wyo., a sleepy small town west of Cheyenne. Five weeks before their visit, Matthew Shepard, a …


  • Gonzaga women’s basketball could look internally to replace Kelly Graves

    Less than a day after word broke that Kelly Graves accepted the women’s basketball coaching job at Oregon, his photo and biography went missing from the Gonzaga athletics web page. …


  • Most trees on CdA’s dike road will remain

    There’s good news for folks who enjoy strolling through the filtered light from towering pines along Coeur d’Alene’s Rosenberry Drive. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has changed its policy …


  • NIC men, women ousted

    The North Idaho College men’s and women’s basketball teams saw their seasons end Friday in the semifinals of the Scenic West Athletic Conference tournament in Ephraim, Utah. The Cardinal women …


  • NIC has tough day at NJCAA championships

    A year ago, North Idaho College’s Jeremy Golding was a semifinalist during the NJCAA national wrestling championships and fifth-place All-American. Expectations were high for the Mead graduate who had been …


  • NIC student brought gun to class, police say

    While Idaho lawmakers mull a bill to loosen gun bans on college campuses, Coeur d’Alene police arrested a North Idaho College student Monday for taking a concealed handgun into a …


  • NIC rolls to wrestling victory over Simon Fraser

    North Idaho defeated Simon Fraser 29-15 in wrestling on Thursday night in Coeur d’Alene. Kit Major (141 pounds) won by pin for the Cardinals and Nicholas Moreno (157) and Taylor …


  • Otter backs North Idaho College expansion in Sandpoint

    BOISE – Idaho Gov. Butch Otter wants North Idaho College to receive state funds next year to expand its Sandpoint Outreach Center to offer more classes. The $226,700 recommendation is …


  • WSU women hold on for 61-59 victory

    Lia Galdeira scored 16 points and Tia Presley 14 as Washington State held off Arizona for a 61-59 women’s basketball victory in Pullman on Sunday. The Cougars (8-6, 2-0) held …


  • WSU women pull out two-point victory

    Lia Galdeira scored 16 points and Tia Presley 14 as Washington State held off Arizona for a 61-59 women’s basketball victory in Pullman on Sunday.


  • Pirates storm past Bearcats

    Whitworth used a 25-0 run early in the second half to take control in a 64-53 Northwest Conference win over Willamette Saturday in Salem, Ore. The Bearcats (2-9, 0-2) led …


  • Eagles shut down Bengals

    Hayley Hodgins scored 19 points, Lexie Nelson added 18 and Eastern Washington thrived defensively in a 67-55 Big Sky Conference win over Idaho State on Saturday at Reese Court in …


  • Top-rated Pointers knock off Pirates

    The Whitworth men’s basketball team went toe to toe with top-ranked Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Saturday, but the Pointers pulled away late for a 93-75 win at the D3hoops.com Classic in …


  • WSU volleyball kept fighting, made remarkable comeback against USC

    On any given Sunday is a phrase generally used to describe parity in the NFL, but it certainly applied to Sunday’s Washington State-USC volleyball match.


  • Pirates grab early lead in collecting easy victory

    Whitworth opened its men’s basketball season with a 71-53 win over Trinity (Texas) on Friday night in Tacoma. The Pirates, ranked 12th in the D3hoops.com preseason poll, never trailed after …


  • NIC program trains students to meet needs of regional aerospace businesses

    The fast-growing aerospace industry needs skilled workers across the Inland Northwest, and North Idaho College has opened a new training center in Hayden to prepare students for those manufacturing and …


  • Clute shines as college freshman

    Kennadie Clute, a 6-foot-1 outside hitter from Mt. Spokane High, not only leads the Big Sky Conference in kills and points, she’s the top freshman in the nation in both …


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