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Sen. Mark Schoesler is stepping down from his role as leader of Washington state Republicans, but he’s not abandoning the 9th District, which includes Asotin, Garfield and Whitman counties.

Kids cast long shadows as they roller-skate along the Greenbelt Walkway under the Southway Bridge in Clarkston on Tuesday. The Lewiston-Clarkston Valley should see more shadow-making conditions today, with sunny skies and a high of 48 in the forecast.

A crowd of about 70 people turned out for a candlelight vigil in honor of John O’Neill Jr., a well-known Lewiston figure who was hit by a car and died on Thanksgiving evening on 21st Street. The vigil took place at Locomotive Park in Lewiston, and O’Neill will again be remembered with vigils tonight and Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the same location, said organizer Amelia Mccutchen. “He deserves it — he really does,” Mccutchen said. “He was kind of the icon of this valley, so to speak.”

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Standout running back Max Borghi, who has missed both of Washington State’s football games this season with an undisclosed injury, returned to the practice field, Cougars coach Nick Rolovich confirmed during a virtual news conference Tuesday.

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> Clarkston’s Joel Dahmen will compete in his seventh event of the season, the Mayakoba Golf Classic, starting Thursday at El Camaleon Golf Club in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

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