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Lewiston Grade blaze scorches 166 acres

More than 25 acres of standing wheat was burned in a fire at the top of the Lewiston Grade Friday evening, and additional structure losses and other disruptions are currently being assessed.

Lewiston man pleads guilty in deaths of ex-wife, daughter

The family of Richard A. Carlin’s victims took little comfort in his guilty pleas to two counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder Tuesday, lamenting that they had done nothing but give the 73-year-old Lewiston man second chances.

Retrial for Lankford brother is postponed

Motions to dismiss Mark Lankford’s murder charge for the alleged beating death of a Texas couple were forwarded to the State Supreme Court to decide if the case will go forward.

Wastewater treatment bond could bypass voters

Faced with a long list of expensive and necessary upgrades to the city’s wastewater treatment plant, Lewiston officials could soon ask a district judge to approve $28 million in bonding authority.

Fernandez to bid farewell to LCSC

As Lewis-Clark State College President Tony Fernandez prepares to wind down and step away from the college to enjoy his retirement, he first must wind up.

Clarkston teen killed in two-vehicle collision

Lewiston Police said 19-year-old Hayden Garrett of Clarkston was driving through an intersection on Highway 128 near the Hilary Motel when he was T-boned by a semi driven by Pompeyo Salazar-Cabrera, who officers said failed to stop at a stop sign.

Lewiston lawmaker wants to keep drivers on the road

A Lewiston lawmaker plans to introduce legislation this session that could help people all across Idaho keep their driver’s licenses, even when they can’t afford to pay the fine for misdemeanor traffic violations.