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MYRTLE — A 16-year-old male from Culdesac died in a vehicle crash Wednesday morning on U.S. Highway 12 at Gifford Reubens Road about 19 miles east of Lewiston, the Idaho State Police said in a news release Wednesday afternoon.

Insuk Fay walks up and down a trail that runs alongside Orofino Creek in Orofino on Tuesday evening. Fay walked four laps up and down the trail.

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TRI-STATE CHIP SHOT SCRAMBLE — The 21st Tri-State Chip Shot golf scramble, to benefit the Tri-State Hospital Foundation, will take place June 27 at Clarkston Golf and Country Club. The event will have an online auction in place of a raffle. Cost is $100 per person or $400 per team, which includes greens fees, breakfast, snacks and a course gift certificate. Deadline to enter is Monday. For more information, contact (509) 758-4902 or foundation@tsmh.org, or visit TriStateChipShot.org.