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Sept. 14, 2001

By just about any measure, the 67th annual Lewiston Roundup was tops. The weather was good, ticket sales were high, concessions sold like cold drinks on a hot day, and the only injury was to a horse that is recuperating nicely under the care of a veterinarian, Lewiston Roundup Association President Terry Otte said Wednesday.

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MOSCOW — Starting this fall, the Lionel Hampton School of Music at the University of Idaho will charge admission to concerts of its major music ensembles.

Sept. 14, 1981

A record number of Nez Perce County Sheriff’s Posse members mounted their horses and rode in Saturday’s parade and the Roundup grand entry, and Sheriff Ron Koeper said it was a salute to the old Roundup grounds in North Lewiston.

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Asotin County residents will be asked whether they want a zoned or an unzoned county as one of the items on Tuesday’s primary election ballot.