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Suspect in two Clarkston attacks arrested

Clarkston police spotted William B. Walters walking east on Bridge Street in front of Community Bank on Christmas Day at about 2 p.m., Clarkston Police Cmdr. Josh Daniel said.

Spokane’s Alex Prugh qualifies for U.S. Open; Clarkston’s Joel Dahmen falls just short

Spokane’s Alex Prugh is returning to the U.S. Open for the first time since 2007, when he competed as an amateur.

Joel Dahmen-Geno Bonnalie combination produces laughs, memories and success on PGA Tour

No official stats track the pro-caddie tandem having the most fun on and off the PGA Tour, but Joel Dahmen and Geno Bonnalie might be leaders in the clubhouse.

UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 26, 2019

Ex-worker enters plea of innocent to pot shop theft charge

A former employee at retail marijuana shop Canna4Life is accused of embezzling approximately $180,000 from the downtown Clarkston business over seven months.

Combatting ‘compassion fatigue’: Initiative focuses on well-being of Clarkston School District’s staff and students

A large part of Bruns’ job is helping students at the high-poverty school in Clarkston. But now his responsibilities have grown to include a focus on the well-being of staff …

Unidentified person bought $1 million lottery ticket in Clarkston

A Clarkston Albertsons customer is in the happy predicament of figuring out what to do with $1 million.

New trial rejected for Idaho man convicted of killing wife

The Idaho Supreme Court has upheld a lower court’s ruling rejecting a request for a new trial by a man convicted of killing his estranged wife and covering up her …

Clarkston teens must pay $13,000 each for tearing up baseball field

Three Clarkston boys convicted of vandalizing a baseball field in the Clarkston Heights have been ordered to pay about $13,000 each in restitution.

UPDATED: Sat., July 14, 2018

North Idaho man charged in death of Washington woman

A Kamiah man has been charged with first-degree murder for allegedly stabbing a Clarkston woman to death.

Jim Meehan: Clarkston native Joel Dahmen makes entertaining climb up PGA ladder

Raise your hand if you teed it up Tiger Woods for the first time, lit up the Twittersphere and put together the best stretch of golf of your promising career. …

Clarkston man sentenced to prison for high-speed chase

A Clarkston man has been sentenced to four years in prison for leading authorities on a high-speed chase through a school zone.

Brown says she wants to hear concerns of voters in congressional campaign stop

Before she even took any questions at her community forum Saturday in Clarkston, Lisa Brown gave the 40 or so people in the audience an opportunity to make statements.

UPDATED: Wed., March 7, 2018

Unsolved 1990 Clarkston homicide case reopened

Nearly 30 years after she was found stabbed to death in her family’s Clarkston home, Toni Tedder’s unsolved homicide case has been reopened.

UPDATED: Wed., Dec. 27, 2017

Worker dies in fall at Clarkston-area lumber mill

Local authorities reported Jeffrey M. Midstokke, 55, was working on a debarker machine at the Guy Bennett Lumber Co. mill when he fell on the morning of Dec. 20.

Man accused of fraudulent return scheme targeting regional Walmart stores

Clarkston police officers arrested a 42-year-old Washington man who is accused of being involved in a fraudulent scheme to return stolen items at regional Walmart stores, allegedly making off with …

UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 22, 2017

Clarkston siblings treated for prescription poisoning

Three small children were treated for possible poisoning after ingesting an unknown amount of a prescription medication.

It’s shaping up to be a sweet year for vintners’

While southern Idaho wine producers who lost a majority of their grape crop during the harsh winter are struggling to find enough fruit for this year’s vintage, Lewiston-Clarkston Valley vintners …

Convicted killer O’Rourke gets 23 years

Judge Scott D. Gallina sentenced a Clarkston man to more than 23 years in prison Monday after listening to a 40-minute statement from the convicted killer.

2017 GNL preview: West Valley Eagles could soar

Connor Whitney might just be the ultimate team player. His favorite football moment at West Valley has nothing to do with his own exploits on the field, which are considerable …

Remote Washington park features work by artist Maya Lin

CLARKSTON – One of the best-kept secrets in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley appears to be the work of a world-renowned artist off the beaten path in Washington’s Asotin County. The “listening …

Headless body found in Snake River in Eastern Washington

An Eastern Washington sheriff said a decomposed body with no head found in the Snake River will be sent to Seattle.

UPDATED: Sat., Jan. 21, 2017

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 …

‘White Lives Matter’ protesters rally Saturday afternoon near Blue Bridge

Wearing a black ball cap with a Klu Klux Klan emblem, Daniel Scott traveled from Yakima to Clarkston to stand for three hours Saturday on a swath of green-belt grass …

G-Prep ranked No. 1 in preseason football poll

Reigning State 4A football champion Gonzaga Prep was a near-unanimous No. 1 pick in the Associated Press Washington preseason rankings released Wednesday.

Locally: WSU to host volleyball clinics this fall

The Washington State volleyball coaching staff and players will host a series of “Little Spikers” clinics this fall for girls and boys ages 5 through 10.

Local cops close case on counterfeit money

Funny money seized by police in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley in the past two weeks has been sent to federal investigators and detectives have closed the case – at least for …

Greg Lee: Another winter full of golden moments

Another winter is in the books, and it was another winter chock full of golden moments.

State 2A: Top-ranked East Valley girls lose; Clarkston boys in title game

The top-ranked East Valley’s girls team will have a chance to play for the highest basketball finish in school history today, but not for the trophy they envisioned.

East Valley girls win close one; Clarkston boys cruise

East Valley’s state title hopes rode a torrid 3-point shooting spree in the first half to a 57-50 quarterfinal win over Anacortes on Friday in the girls State 2A basketball …

Clarkston’s Trevon Allen aims for another repeat

Trevon Allen perfected his championship winning ways long before he cut down the nets as a state champion for Clarkston at the Yakima SunDome last season.