Lewiston Tribune Morning Report

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Coronavirus story archive

The Tribune wants to provide the most accurate and timely information about coronavirus, your community and the region. We've compiled these stories in one spot, outside of our subscriber paywall.

Morning headlines

An early morning fire from a discarded cigarette on the 3500 block of 11th Street in the Lewiston Orchards has displaced a family and caused $25,000 in damage.


Weeks ago, the Clarkston High School main gym was in shambles after a night of historic flooding.

The announcements came within 40 minutes of each other Wednesday morning, one bleak, the other providing a glimmer of hope for a college football season that is looking iffy at best right now.

The Idaho High School Activities Association Board of Directors met Wednesday and decided to move forward with its Monday start date to the fall sports season.

The Boise State football team’s season opener against Georgia Southern has been canceled and the Broncos won’t start a revised 10-game schedule until Sept. 25 at Marshall because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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