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Jan. 29, 1999

The Lewis-Clark State College Foundation recently received its largest ever gift — a part of a professional building complex near the Lewiston-Nez Perce County Regional Airport valued at $350,000.

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A compromise is being proposed that would allow a temporary rock-crushing outfit to operate in Clarkston Heights with some restrictions. DeAtley Crushing Co. may be permitted to crush 100,000 tons of rock in Clarkston Heights, but only if the company meets certain conditions.

Jan. 29, 1979

A newly developed Butte potato was the best yielder of four varieties in experimental trials at Lewiston last year, and it will be available for valley gardeners this season.

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Wynne M. Blake, who would have rounded out 18 years on the Lewiston School Board in April, has submitted his resignation because “of other commitments.”

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