State Public Works Board Accepting Grant Applications for Broadband Feasibility and Outreach

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OLYMPIA, Wash. –The Washington State Public Works Board begins accepting applications this week for feasibility and outreach grants. Funding will support public outreach and engagement activities that establish and galvanize community-based efforts to bring critical broadband infrastructure to unserved areas around the state. Community-based efforts, such as Broadband Action Teams, are essential to ensure that community needs are met in planning for broadband expansion.

Wet Weather Expected to Create Hazardous Travel Conditions Through the Weekend; Drivers Cautioned

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LEWISTON—Drivers are encouraged to exercise caution as snowy, rainy and windy conditions are creating hazardous conditions by bringing trees and rocks down onto highways in North Central Idaho. Soils, saturated by moisture, are not able to anchor rocks and vegetation to hillsides.

Task Force Receiving Comments on Proposed Parking Rate and Fine Increases

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PULLMAN, Wash. — The Washington State University Parking and Transportation Task Force is receiving public comment regarding a proposed parking rate increase on annual and daily parking permits, hourly rates, and parking fines that, if implemented, will take effect July 1, 2020 for the Pullman campus. Please visit the Proposed Parking Rate webpage for details regarding proposed rates.

FOP LC Lodge 10 Presented a check for $1,000, Lewiston Police Unveiled New Police Vehicle To Bring Attention to Domestic Violence

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FOP LC Lodge 10 presented a check for $1,000 to the YWCA for money raised during No Shave November. During the months of November and December, officers were given the option to donate money and in return were sable to grow beards and goatees.

Lewiston Police also unveiled its newest police vehicle in an effort to bring attention to domestic violence. This vehicle has LPD logos in purple and has a bow on the hood with the message “End Domestic Violence”. YWCA employees were the first members of our community to see this vehicle.

Idaho County Received Confirmation Human Remains Found are from a Missing Man From 2017

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Idaho County Coroner Cody Funke and the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office have received confirmation human remains found January 5, 27 and 28, 2020, are those of John Randall French.

“Randy” French was reported missing by his family during a fishing trip to Riggins, Idaho in June of 2017. Following an investigation, deputies believed Randy crashed into the Salmon River near milepost 201.3 on US Highway 95, sometime shortly after 5:00 A.M. on June 30, 2017.


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