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Feb. 15, 2000

BOISE — Drivers can support Idaho agriculture and the Sawtooth National Recreational Area with new license plates now available at auto licensing offices statewide.

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A sidewalk on Thain Grade should have precedence over paved paths around downtown elementary schools, a Lewiston Orchards resident tried to persuade the Lewiston City Council on Monday night.

Feb. 15, 1980

William R. Wolfinbarger, a Clarkston banker, was elected to the Asotin County Fire District No. 1 commission by the other two members, acting Chairman Len Brooks and Gilbert Curtiss.

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PULLMAN — Pullman Memorial Hospital’s $5.5 million expansion project is proceeding slightly ahead of schedule, hospital board chairman Norman E. Ingram said Thursday.

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