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Daniel Gomis Signs NLI With Oregon State Men`s Basketball

(Corvallis, Oregon) - Beavers logo Daniel Gomis has signed a National Letter of Intent with the Oregon State men’s basketball team, head coach Craig Robinson announced on Monday.

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Volleyball: SOU`s Stone Turns CCC Player of Year Award

Yotes’ Mendiola, Raiders’ Rohlfing Share Coaching Award Again

(Portland, Oregon) - Cascade Collegiate Conference Lindsey Stone of Southern Oregon has been voted the Cascade Collegiate Conference’s Player of the Year, the league office announced. For the second straight year, Southern Oregon’s Josh Rohlfing and The College of Idaho’s Liz Mendiola were named Co-Coaches of the Year by their peers.

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OSP Traffic Stop Leads to 6 Lbs. of Marijuana, Arrest Of Boise, Idaho Woman

(LAKEVIEW, Ore) - Six Pounds of Marijuana seized A Boise, Idaho woman was arrested late Saturday by an Oregon State Police (OSP) trooper with the assistance of Lakeview Police Department during a traffic stop in Lakeview when approximately 6 lbs. of marijuana was found in the vehicle. The OSP Drug Enforcement Section is assisting during the follow-up investigation.

According to OSP Sergeant Steve Yates, on Saturday at approximately 10:55 p.m. an OSP trooper stopped a 2010 Dodge Avenger displaying Idaho license plates on Highway 395 near milepost 143 for an unlawful left turn. The driver was identified as Julianne Nicole Stewart, age 25, from Boise, Idaho.

Read Full Article (Nov-14-2010 20:05)

No. 22 Beavers Wrestle To 18-18 Tie With No. 2 Boise State

(Boise, Idaho) - Beavers logo The 22nd-ranked Oregon State wrestling team overcame an early 14-0 deficit, winning 18 consecutive points in an 18-18 tie with second-ranked Boise State Saturday night at Taco Bell Arena.

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College of Idaho Edges Warner Pacific, Earns Home Field for Playoff

(Portland, Oregon) - Warner Pacific Knights College of Idaho's Matt Kelley found the net in the 85th minute to stun Warner Pacific 2-1 in the final regular season contest at David Douglas High School today.

With both teams qualified for the Cascade Conference post-season, the result of the contest would determine which squad would serve as host for the semifinal game to be held next Tuesday. The Knights needed a win or a tie to earn the home field, but it was the visiting Yotes (10-7-1, 9-4-1 CCC) that picked up the victory in the final moments.

Read Full Article (Nov-06-2010 09:48)

Yotes Defeat Cavs in Four to Start Final Weekend before Playoffs

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Concordia University Athletics Sarah Harris’ 16 kills led the Coyotes as the College of Idaho defeated Concordia 3-1 (25-17, 25-21, 17-25, 25-12) in Cascade Collegiate Conference volleyball action Friday in Cavalier Gymnasium.

The loss drops CU’s record to 18-8 overall, 13-4 in conference matches. College of Idaho improves to 20-4 overall and 16-1 in the CCC with the win.

Read Full Article (Sep-25-2010 19:46)

American Legion Auxiliary Raising Funds for Service Dog for Disabled Idaho Veteran

“We have learned how valuable a service dog can be to disabled veterans with a wide range of disabilities,” - Mary Stratton, auxiliary president, American Legion David Ketchum Post 15

(HAILEY, Idaho) - Positive Partners Assistance Dog's Fran Jewell A disabled Idaho veteran will soon have his or her own service dog, thanks to a new affiliation between Positive Partners Assistance Dogs, Inc. and the Women’s Auxiliary of the American Legion David Ketchum Post 15.

The cost of training a service dog is approximately $25,000, and the auxiliary already has raised more than half.

Read Full Article (Apr-23-2010 00:21)

2010 Minidoka Pilgrimage

Minidoka invites all those who are interested to join us on our pilgrimage.

(TWIN FALLS, Idaho) - Gathering at a previous event at Minidoka During World War II, almost 13,000 people of Japanese ancestry were forcibly removed from their homes and sent to a desolate “internment camps”.

Former internees, families, friends, and those interested in this historic event will make a pilgrimage from Seattle and Portland to the former Minidoka Internment Camp in June.

Read Full Article (Jan-18-2010 15:06)

Plane Crash Kills Two West of Philomath

Two people from Idaho were killed, authorities found the plane early this morning.

(PHILOMATH, Ore.) - Plane crash On Sunday, January 17th at approximately 8:00 p.m. Benton County Sheriff's Office Search and Rescue personnel and law enforcement deputies were dispatched to search for a missing plane.

Corvallis airport officials reported that a pilot had filed a flight plan that indicated the plane should be arriving in Corvallis at about 4:00 p.m. When the airplane did not arrive, dispatch was notified and search teams dispatched.

Read Full Article (Sep-05-2009 00:35)

More Oregon Guard Soldiers Will Head for Iraq

A mobilization order is still needed to establish specific time frames and location of duty.

(SALEM, Ore.) - M1A2 Abrams tank The Department of Defense has alerted more than 3,500 Citizen Soldiers of the Army National Guard's 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team for possible mobilization affecting the 3-116 Cavalry in Eastern Oregon.

The Cavalry Brigade is scheduled to be comprised of approximately 800 Oregon Guard members with the remainder being from Idaho and Montana. Supporting the 3-116 is F/145 with detachments throughout Eastern Oregon. The 116th Cavalry Brigade Combat Team, headquartered in Idaho, will be commanded by Col. Guy Thomas, and is the largest Idaho National Guard unit.

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