(Lewiston, ID) Blocking Crash Southbound US95 MP 313

IDAHO STATE POLICE NEWS RELEASE

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On May 30, 2020, at approximately 8:00 pm, Idaho State Police responded to a single vehicle crash on SB US95 at milepost 313, just north of Lewiston. A silver 2018 Dodge Ram 3500 pickup hauling a white 2020 28 foot Keystone fifth wheel travel trailer, driven by Bryan M. Howland, of Lewiston, was traveling south when strong winds caused the trailer to shear off of the pickup. The trailer came to rest on its side. There were no injuries, and the roadway was blocked for approximately 3 hours.

(Pullman, WA) Statement On The Events In Minneapolis - Gary Jenkins, Chief of Police

News Release | City Of Pullman Police Department

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Pullman – Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends Mr. George Floyd, whose tragic death this week shocked and horrified our nation.


Every officer in our police department, and throughout the country, should be disgusted by what has occurred in Minneapolis. Not only are we disgusted by the actions of the officer directly responsible for the death of Mr. Floyd, but also by the lack of intervention by the other officers who, by simply standing by, were complicit in his death. Those who are complicit in incidents like this must also be held accountable.

State Public Lands Managers To Reopen Campgrounds In 22 Counties

News Release | Washington State Parks

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OLYMPIA – May 29, 2020 – Today, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission (Parks), Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced that camping in 22 counties will begin to reopen on Monday, June 1. Counties reopening for camping are all actively in Phase 2 of Gov. Inslee’s ‘Safe Start’ plan and have also been approved for camping by county officials.

The public should check state agency websites for the status of individual campgrounds and dispersed camping.

Late Night Traffic Stop Lands 2 in Jail. Deputies Locate Marijuana, LSD, Ecstasy, Cocaine and Loaded Handgun During Search

Media Release | Whitman County Sheriff's Office

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COLFAX, WA- Thursday evening around 11:45 pm Whitman County deputies conducted a routine traffic stop for a seatbelt violation in downtown Colfax. After contacting the driver, 19yoa Immanuel Jackson of Clarkston, it was determined he was driving with a suspended license. Deputies also learned Jackson had an active felony arrest warrant from the Washington State Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration for Failure to Comply.

Olsen Voted CoSIDA Academic All-District for Second Year in a Row

Official News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Cole Olsen added another accolade to his list of accomplishments on Friday when he was voted to the CoSIDA Academic All-District Team. Olsen was an All-American in both cross country and track this year while maintaining a 3.95 cumulative grade point average.

Troopers Receive Phlebotomist Certifications

Press Release | Washington State Patrol

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Olympia - The Washington State Patrol (WSP) took another step in their goal to remove impaired drivers from Washington roadways. In an effort to make the DUI arrest process more efficient and reduce impacts to the healthcare system, the WSP started a pilot program where 21 troopers have been trained as licensed phlebotomists. These troopers now have the ability to conduct legal blood draws on suspects that have been arrested for DUI, where a search warrant from a judge has been issued.

Asotin County Road Maintenance

Public Service Announcement

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On June 2 through June 4, 2020 between the hours of 6:30 am and 5:00 pm, weather permitting, the Asotin County Public Works Department will be applying Magnesium Chloride road stabilizer to the Snake River Road from MP 19.00 to MP 22.00 and Troy Road from MP 10.1 to 10.91.   This maintenance is part of Asotin Countys road stabilization program. 

WA Anglers Can Fish For Free June 6-7, 2020

News Release | Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

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Anglers can fish for free June 6-7, 2020 State reminds anglers to continue to recreate responsibly this Free Fishing Weekend.

OLYMPIA – Anglers can forget the fishing license June 6-7, but the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is still asking everyone to remember to recreate responsibly for this year’s “Free Fishing Weekend” to keep their communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bus Stop Meal Delivery

A message from LEWISTON IND SCHOOL DIST 1

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Dear Parent/Guardian:

The Bust Stop Meal Delivery will end today, May 29, 2020.  Starting Monday, June 1, 2020, "Grab and Go" meal service will be available at the following locations from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm:

 

McGhee Elementary
636 Warner Avenue

Jenifer Middle School
1213 16th Street

Sacajawea Middle School
3610 12th Street

These meals are free to children ages 1-18.

If you have any questions, please call 208-748-3000 or email Jodi Hoff at jhoff@lewistonschools.net.

Fish Stocking Continues Statewide, And Here Are Some Highlights For June

Press Release | Idaho Fish and Game

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June is a popular month for anglers and F&G provides lots of fish

Idaho Fish and Game has continued stocking fish during COVID-19, and despite this being an abnormal year, most of Idaho's angling opportunities remain unchanged. Here's a sampling of some places that will get generous trout stockings during June.

LC State’s Heather Moon Has Important Role In Idaho’s Rebounds Plan

Official News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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LEWISTON, Idaho – As the state of Idaho prepares to enter Stage 3 of Idaho Gov. Brad Little’s Idaho Rebounds plan on Saturday, Lewis-Clark State College Natural Sciences & Mathematics Division Chair Heather Moon continues to play a key role in the state’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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