Physical Therapy Can Not Only Help Heal Sports Injuries, But Also Enhance Athletic Performance

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As aforementioned, athletes who’ve suffered an injury—a broken ankle, dislocated shoulder, etc.—will likely go to physical therapy as a part of the healing process. The licensed physical therapist will create a treatment plan, recommend specific exercises depending on the affected area and severity of the injury, and suggest performing additional exercises in between sessions.

Idaho’s Next Steps In Shared Effort To Reduce Wildfire Risk And Epidemics Of Forest Disease

(Boise, Idaho)

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(Boise, Idaho) –The Idaho Department of Lands and the USDA Forest Service are part of a shared effort in a literal sense. They are sharing staff, funding, and are joining with a governor-appointed advisory group committee to identify mutual priorities and cross-boundary forest management opportunities.

Crapo Honors 22 Idaho Veterans and Volunteers with Spirit of Freedom Award | Nominated by Veterans ’ Organizations, Award Honors Those Serving Idaho’s Greater Veterans Community

Washington, D.C. | November 10, 2020

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Washington, D.C.--U.S. Senator Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) today announced he would recognize 22 Idahoans with the 2020 Spirit of Freedom: Idaho Veterans Service Award.  Veterans’ service organizations across Idaho nominate awardees for their service to fellow veterans and the nation.

Construction Firm With Nearly 20 Years Of Safety Violations Fined More Than $92,000 After Recent Inspection

Nov. 10, 2020 | TUMWATER, WA

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TUMWATER – A construction company with an extensive history of safety problems in Kitsap, Pierce and Grays Harbor counties is being fined more than $92,000 for serious safety violations, including failing to enforce the use of fall protection while roofing a home under construction in Hoquiam.

Click It or Ticket

Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office

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The Nez Perce County Sheriff’s Office is once again teaming up with the Idaho Transportation Department for the 2020 Click It or Ticket enforcement mobilization. 

U of I Researchers Help Introduce First-Of-Its-Kind Arctic Animal Database

MOSCOW, Idaho — Nov. 10, 2020

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MOSCOW, Idaho — Nov. 10, 2020 Two University of Idaho College of Natural Resources faculty, a student, and a former U of I researcher are among the authors of an Arctic animal research paper that introduces a first-of-its-kind database and was published this week in Science, the premier scientific journal in the United States. 

In Joint Letter to Governors, Dozens of Northwest Leaders Urge Holistic Approach to Four-State Salmon Recovery Process

PRESS STATEMENT | November 10, 2020

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Contents of the letter below and attached:


Dear Governors Brown, Bullock, Inslee, Little and Governor-Elect Gianforte:

On behalf of over three million of the region’s community-owned utility customers and thousands of small businesses, farms, and manufacturers which depend on clean, affordable hydropower, recreation, irrigation, and navigation, we thank you for coming together to actively work on salmon recovery in the Pacific Northwest. 

NRCS Announces Application Deadline for EQIP Sign-Ups

Natural Resources Conservation Service

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BOISE, Idaho, October 30, 2020 –The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Idaho has a December 4, 2020, application deadline for Fiscal Year 2021 Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) projects.

“We encourage any producers who experienced losses due to this season’s wildfires to contact their local offices and talk with our staff about how EQIP could help them,” said Lori Kassib, the Assistant State Conservationist for Programs for NRCS Idaho. “Early start waivers may also be available to those whose situations require that they start implementing conservation practices soon in order to avert more damage to their operation.”


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