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Community remembers local Idaho murder victim with basketball showcase

'The least we can do for this community is to give back'

Tyler Amaya is hugged by Stacy Chapin while holding a microphone and a stack of papers.
Tyler Amaya is hugged by Stacy Chapin, Ethan Chapin’s mother, after she addresses the crowd June 16 during the Hoop for the Valley Basketball Showcase at Mount Vernon High School. Amaya coached Ethan Chapin from fourth grade through his high school career. Chapin, 20, was one of four University of Idaho students killed at an off-campus home on Nov. 13, 2022. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Connor J. Benintendi Staff Reporter
MOUNT VERNON — Iconic local basketball figures filled Mount Vernon High School’s gym June 16 in
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