Sam Atkin Leads Pack of Men’s Cross Country All-Decade Runners

News Release | Lewis-Clark State College Warriors

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Sam Atkin put together a historic career en route to being voted the LC State Men’s Cross Country MVP of the Decade. Currently an assistant coach at LC State and a member of British National Team, Atkin joins four other current and former Warriors on the All-Decade Team.

Moscow Farmers Market Cancelled Today’s Market, Sept. 26

News Release | City of Moscow

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Due to demonstrations anticipated to occur during Moscow Farmers Market Hours on Sep. 26, which officials expect will draw large crowds of attendees who have stated they will not comply with City of Moscow Amended Public Health Order 20-03, which requires that individuals maintain a minimum of six feet of social distance while in public planes, and to wear a face-covering when the six foot social distance cannot be maintained.  Because of concerns for a potentially hostile situation, the Moscow Farmers Market will be canceled for this Sat., Sep. 26. This closure is specifically due to significant public safety concerns.

Tri-State Hospital Foundation Begins Homes, Health & Healing Program

News Release | Tri State Hospital Foundation

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CLARKSTON, WA – Friday, September 25, 2020 – This fall, participating realtors, lenders, and affiliates of the Lewis-Clark Valley have teamed up with the Tri-State Hospital Foundation to support Tri-State Memorial Hospital's greatest needs, with their sponsorship to the Homes, Health & Healing Program. 2020 is the first year that the Tri-State Hospital Foundation is offering this program in the Lewis-Clark Valley.

Nez Perce Tribe Opens Comment Period for Proposed Hemp Ordinance

Press Release | Nez Perce Tribe

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Lapwai, Idaho- On September 10, 2020, the Nez Perce Tribe (Tribe) provided notice of a proposed amendment to the Nez Perce Tribal Code (Code) regarding the regulation of the cultivation, processing and distribution of industrial hemp (Hemp Ordinance) on the Nez Perce Reservation. The notice opened up a comment period for the amendment, with a deadline of October 23, 2020.

Latah County Sheriff’s Office Letter Regarding Arrests and Citations Over Moscow’s Ordinance 20-03

Press Release | Latah County Sheriff's Office

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The Latah County Sheriff’s Office has received a number of inquiries from citizens regarding the City of Moscow’s social distancing and mask ordinance, and regarding the events at the Moscow City Hall parking lot on the late afternoon of September 23, 2020.

LC State Receives Two $25,000 Donations from the Brien and Shelly DeAtley Foundation

News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College has received two $25,000 donations from the Brien and Shelly DeAtley Foundation, which will be used for the new Schweitzer Career & Technical Education Center and to help the TRIO Support Services (SSS) program.

(MOSCOW) Law Enforcement Arrest and Issue Citations for Violation of the Public Health Emergency Order 20-03

News Release | City of Moscow

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On Wednesday, Sep. 23, 2020, the City became aware of a gathering scheduled to be held in the parking lot at City Hall at 4:45pm. In consideration of the gathering, the City provided an empty parking lot with ground markings placed 6-feet apart to aid attendees in social distancing. The main speaker at the event was informed that under Amended Public Health Emergency Order 20-03, 6-foot physical distancing was required and if attendees were not able to social distance, then face coverings would be required. The main speaker announced to the attendees that the Amended Public Health Emergency Order 20-03 would be enforced.


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