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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 …

Ammo makes plans to expand Lewiston operations

Vista Outdoor Inc. plans to expand its ammunition manufacturing capacity in Lewiston, creating up to 137 new jobs, to meet increasing market demand.

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 …

Lewiston police restrict media access under new policy

The Lewiston Police Department will no longer allow its officers to speak to reporters over the weekend under a newly implemented policy.

Lewiston police investigate series of bomb threats against district schools

Another bomb threat hit a Lewiston school Thursday night, but police were able to clear the structure in time for Friday classes to proceed as normal.

Lake City takes on Timberline in battle of wolves

Coeur d’Alene’s Lake City High School baseball team departed Wednesday morning on a journey that ends with a battle of wolves in the state playoffs.

Clearwater Paper ordered to pay $235,000 to whistleblower

A federal judge has ordered Clearwater Paper Corp. to pay a former employee $235,000 after ruling the company fired him for filing a report with a federal agency about unsafe …

Idaho boys state basketball: Genesis Prep captures third place

Jonny Hillman scored 21 points as Genesis Prep of Post Falls defeated Clark County 57-30 on Saturday in the third-place game of the Idaho 1A Division II State boys basketball …

Idaho boys state basketball: St. Maries falls to Firth in 2A semifinals

St. Maries lost to Fifth 58-26 in the semifinals of the Idaho boys 2A boys basketball tournament at Capital HS in Boise.

Evidence testing backlog could delay trial, lawyer says

The Idaho state crime lab has completed some of the fingerprint evidence, but DNA evidence must still be processed in the murder case against Patrick J. Nuxoll, attorneys said at …

Idaho man wants to withdraw guilty plea in wife’s death

An Idaho man who pleaded guilty to killing his wife and unborn daughter is seeking to withdraw his pleas.

Role of Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport highlighted in consultant report

The runway realignment project at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport will create jobs and contribute to the region’s growth, but officials argue it’s also the key to a thriving economy throughout …

Idaho woman gets prison time for crash that killed daughter

An Idaho woman has been sentenced to at least three years in prison after pleading guilty to manslaughter for a car crash that killed her 5-year-old-daughter.

Bengals prove too much for Vikings again

In all likelihood, Booth Hall will not be missed by anyone on the Coeur d’Alene boys basketball squad.

River dredging lawsuit thrown out by judge

A federal judge in Seattle has ruled in favor of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and barging advocates in a case that involved dredging on the Snake and Clearwater …

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 …