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Autumn arrives, wet weather coming

Today marks the first day of autumn, and cool, wet weather is in the forecast beginning next month, according to the weather experts.


Hoping for a blue ribbon

Rachel Morgan, right, of Lewiston, hands over one of her 22 canned-goods entries to the food booth at the Nez Perce County Fair on Tuesday afternoon in the Lewiston Orchards. Judging will take place …


Any way you slice it, summer of 2021 was a scorcher

For two reasons, it’s now time to say: Our record-setting summer of 2021 is finished.


Idaho sending $10 million to hospitals

BOISE — Idaho Gov. Brad Little says $10 million in relief funds will be directed to Idaho hospitals, primary care provider, urgent care clinics and skilled nursing facilities because of the surge in …

Panel releases Washington draft maps

One of the four draft proposals released Tuesday by the Washington Redistricting Commission would move most voters in southeastern Washington into a new legislative district.


Von Ehlinger has not yet been arrested

It’s been almost two weeks since Aaron von Ehlinger was charged with rape, but the former Lewiston state representative still hasn’t been arrested or turned himself in.


‘Devious Licks’ challenge strikes at valley schools

The dastardly “Devious Licks” TikTok challenge that has kids vandalizing school property nationwide has officially landed in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley, with schools in both cities reporting damag…


Fire at Lewiston Laundromat

Multiple agencies, including personnel from the Lewiston and Clarkston fire departments, respond to a fire at Lewiston Laundromat on the 800 block of 21st Street in Lewiston on Tuesday night. The fir…



Lewiston volleyball returns home, wins 5-set thriller

The Lewiston High School volleyball team played in front of its home crowd for the first time in almost three weeks Tuesday against Lakeland. Read more


Carter gaining speed in return

MOSCOW — In a September 2019 photo in the Moscow-Pullman Daily News, Idaho’s Aundre Carter is shown speeding past a turned-upside-down Eastern Washington defensive back that the 250-pound running back completely up-ended during a Vandal victory at the Kibbie Dome. Read more


Marsh a fulcrum on Cougars’ defense

Two months after Jake Dickert was hired as Washington State defensive coordinator early in 2020, Cougars radio announcer Matt Chazanow asked him to name a player whose talents might be distinctive enough to influence his Xs and Os in his first season in Pullman. Read more


Area roundup: Bears fall to Post Falls in boys’ soccer heartbreaker

The Bears held tough in a defensive battle, but eventually gave up the only goal of the game in an Inland Empire League loss to Post Falls. Read more

College roundup: Idaho trio advance in ITA Mountain tennis regional

PROVO, Utah — Idaho junior Bruno Casino, freshman Francisco Gay and sophomore Francisco Bascon each won two matches Tuesday and advanced to the round of 32 at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Mountain regional at BYU. Read more

Local golf results

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Close to Home


It’s worth every strand

Part cookbook, part memoir, “Pasta” traces chef Missy Robbins’ journey into the heart of the Italian art form. It’s also a romance, since her co-author, Talia Baiocchi, went from friend to fiancée over the course of the project. Robbins’ warm guidance (and fettuccine Alfredo) will win you over, too. Read more


This casserole is Tex-Mex made easy

Tex-Mex is a favorite in my household, and so are dishes that can be made and served in one pan. This easy and filling recipe for tamale casserole fits the bill for both, and earns bonus points because it has the ultimate time-saving ingredient: rotisserie chicken from the supermarket. Read more


Try to keep blame out of family meetings

Q. I have a bonus family. My husband has two kids and I have two kids. We added a son three years ago. We have tried your suggestion of a family discussion to air differences, but things seem to spin out of control. What’s good ex-etiquette? Read more


Little would rather fight Biden than COVID-19

On Thursday, the rest of the state joined northern and north central Idaho in authorizing hospitals to operate under crisis standards of care. Read more

Sept. 22 Letters to the Editor: Our Readers’ Opinions

Wasting tax dollars Read more

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