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Morning Report: Friday, December 4

Washington State University poised to play role in regional vaccine distribution; Local 8-year-old wins third grade category in the Idaho State Department of Education’s annual holiday art contest; L…

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‘A mind for art’

Attyssa Dewey has been drawing for as long as she can remember, and this year one of her works of art received statewide recognition.

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Courthouse project options discussed

The location of the Lewiston Police Department remains as one of the major complications to Nez Perce County’s plan to build a new courthouse on Main Street, but county officials heard Thursday they …

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WSU set to assist with vaccines

The first 60,000 doses of a new coronavirus vaccine could arrive in Washington by mid-December, and Washington State University is set to play an integral role in distributing it locally.

Schweitzer Engineering awards scholarships under new program

A program recently established by Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories awarded $25,000 worth of scholarships to students seeking degrees in applied technology and engineering at three universities in …

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Casual Friday: Putting himself in other people’s running shoes

It’s been a year of difficult decisions for Lewiston Mayor Mike Collins and his fellow members of the city council.

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States plan for vaccines; U.S. deaths top 3,100

States drafted plans Thursday for who will go to the front of the line when the first doses of COVID-19 vaccine become available later this month, as U.S. deaths from the outbreak eclipsed 3,100 in a…

Prison guard says he was fired for wearing Black Lives Matter shirt

SPOKANE — A newly hired-and-fired correctional officer is suing Washington’s Department of Corrections, saying he lost his job because he wore a “Black Lives Matter” shirt to work.

Sports

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Cougar notes: Empty stadium downer for SoCal Cougs

Before the Pac-10 added two schools, became the Pac-12 and split into two divisions, the always ample number of Southern Californians on the Washington State football roster knew they’d receive a particular treat on a yearly basis. Read more

Keep it simple is mantra for game-planning in Pac-12

Pac-12 coaches have had to keep game planning simple as schedules shift, sometimes on the fly, during a truncated and uncertain season. Read more

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Vandal men roughed up in second half of opener

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Sacramento State flipped a one-point halftime deficit on its head, steadily piling up a commanding lead Thursday in a 77-55 season-opening Big Sky Conference rout of Idaho. Read more

High school roundup: Leseman’s big shot keys Genesee to OT win in girls’ action

GENESEE — Bailey Leseman hit a 3-pointer with three seconds remaining in regulation to force overtime Thursday, then Genesee outscored Kendrick 10-7 in the extra period in a 55-52 victory in a nonleague girls’ high school basketball game. Read more

Outdoors

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‘It was worth the wait’

John Keller started hunting in 1967 but had never shot a big bull elk. Read more

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Don’t fence me in

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — The life-or-death journey made by mule deer during the second-longest big game migration in North America came down to the… Read more

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Wildlife biologists to capture, radio collar mountain goats

BOZEMAN, Mont. — Biologists are planning to wrangle mountain goats atop the Bridger Range this December to gather data on the population’s … Read more

Opinion

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Cheers & Jeers: Bailed out

JEERS ... to Idaho Freedom Foundation President Wayne Hoffman. Read more

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Commentary: Craig and Risch fail their McCarthy moment

Sixty-six years ago this week — Dec. 2, 1954, — the United States Senate voted to censure Wisconsin Republican Joseph McCarthy. The vote was 67 in favor, 22 opposed. The very public rebuke effectively marked the end of McCarthy’s lie-infused assault on American democracy. Read more

Dec. 4 Letters to the Editor: Our Readers’ Opinions

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