Notebook

Morning headlines

The Lewiston City Council got a lot more information from its staff Monday about the potential purchase of the former Twin City Foods property at the confluence, including a locked-in purchase price of $2 million, which is $757,000 under its assessed value.

Internet connections are so slow in some Clarkston neighborhoods that families routinely drive their children to the Asotin County Library parking lot so they can do their homework on a network where the speeds are faster.

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. will stage a diplomatic boycott of the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing to protest Chinese human rights abuses, the White House confirmed Monday, a move that China has vowed to greet with “firm countermeasures.”

Sports writer Trevan Pixley and sports editor Donn Walden talk about WSU's bowl destination, Gardner Minshew playing again, bowl game sponsorship and the week ahead in high school boys' basketball and wrestling.

As you prepare to plot your strategy for how you're going to get your holiday shopping done (be it through brick and mortar, small business, big box retailer or if you're like my family, via Amazon), you're gonna need a little time to relax and unwind (trust me, I do too).

Items must be submitted in writing, and are published chronologically and on a space-available basis. Information can be dropped off or mailed to the Tribune office, faxed to (208) 746-1185 or emailed to sports@lmtribune.com. Items must include a deadline or some other time element.

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.

Premium edition: Take Flight

The birds of our region, and the people who love to watch (and photograph) them. Stories, photos, a podcast and more.