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Kamiah woman arrested for DUI

     The Kamiah Marshal’s Office arrested Megan Peterson, 29, of Kamiah for DUI following a vehicle crash on July 12 along Hill Street.

     Officer Joe Newman responded to a three-vehicle accident at about 5:45 p.m. According to Newman’s report, Peterson smelled strongly of alcohol, her speech was slurred, and her eyes bloodshot. “She appeared to be confused and very intoxicated,” he reported.

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Kooskia man passes then later fails sobriety test

     On Saturday, July 16 at 1:42 a.m., Corporal Tom Remington of the Idaho County Sheriff’s Department responded to a reported assault at 401 Fountain Ct. in Kooskia.

     Mary Ann Wooden told Remington that she had reported her friend, 57-year-old Mark A. Higdon several times that evening for being intoxicated and driving his motor vehicle.

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Rollover accident on Highway 12

     A Fair Oaks, Calif. couple escaped injury when the rental car they were driving left the roadway and rolled July 12 on Highway 12.

     According to an Idaho County Sheriff’s police report, Karey Pless was driving a 2016 Chevrolet Tahoe westbound when she left the roadway across the fogline and the soft shoulder pulled the vehicle off the road. She was able to get back on the road and overcorrected, causing the vehicle to lose control, leave the roadway again, strike a tree, and overturn.

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Motorcyclist injured in wreck

     A Montana woman was injured when she lost control of her motorcycle and wrecked along Highway 12 on July 17.

     Kelly Vigne-Lee, 52, of Hamilton, Mont., was traveling west on a 2007 Harley Davidson 1200 along Highway 12 at about 1:30 p.m. when she lost control negotiating a curve, according to an Idaho County Sheriff’s report.

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Weather service explains storm cloud Print E-mail

Cloudy with a chance of…

     This unusual cloud formation was observed cruising through the region on Sunday evening, July17. This picture was taken from Kidder Ridge, looking toward Grangeville.

     According to satellite imagery, this storm was moving to the NNE around 20 to 30 mph in a fairly sheared environment where the winds affecting the upper part of the  storm were much stronger that the winds affecting the lower part of the storm, according to John Livingston of the NOAA in Spokane, Wash.

     “The cloud structure that dominates the photo is most likely the bottom of a thunderstorm. In the opinion of the majority of the staff on hand there is no rotation seen or implied,” he said. “The arching structure in the center of the photo is most likely produced by the strong updraft  feeding warm moist air into the storm.

     “So in conclusion I would say this is a photo of a developing thunderstorm in a fairly sheared environment and this shear accounts for the striated cloud formation. The other ragged low clouds closer to the photographer are obscuring the upper parts of the storm.”

7-21-16-thunderhead_hdr_1Photo by Phillip Kelley

 


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