Asotin County Public Health Joins Statewide Effort to Educate Public About Tobacco and Vapor 21 Legislation

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As part of its work to protect kids and teens from smoking and vaping, Asotin County Public Health is reminding the public that Engrossed House Bill 1074 goes into effect on January 1, 2020, when it will become illegal to sell tobacco and vapor products to anyone under 21.

SMILEMOBILE - A Three Chair Dental Office On Wheels is Coming to Clarkston

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Clarkston, WA - The SmileMobile, a three chair dental office on wheels is coming to Clarkston October 22 - 25, 2019. The dentist and staff will see babies (first tooth) up through high school age and pregnant/postpartum women on WA Medicaid (Apple Health, Provider One, and uninsured) with limited access to dental care.

LC State President Pemberton to give institutional progress report during SBOE meeting on Wednesday

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College President Cynthia Pemberton will give the college’s annual progress report to the Idaho State Board of Education on Wednesday during the board’s two-day meeting at the LC State Williams Conference Center.

Human Bones Found Near White Bird

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On September 16, 2019, the Idaho County Sheriff’s Office was notified when beach-combers located a few small pieces of bone that appeared suspicious to them, ten miles downriver from White Bird on the Salmon River.  The bones were found in a remote location, under the high water mark, at a back eddy and nearly entirely under sand and silt.   

Clarkston DECA Starts "STOP IT CAN WAIT" Campaign against Distracted Driving

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CLARKSTON, WA – Clarkston DECA members - Jacey Hernandez,  Katie Kaufman, and Owen Boreson and Clarkston High School DECA is driven to keep the members of our community safe on the road. The campaign against texting and driving, STOP “It Can Wait”, to promote safe and non-distracted driving will occur during the month of October.

ITD wins two AASHTO President’s Awards for Excellence in Transportation Industry

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BOISE - The Idaho Transportation Department won a pair of President’s Awards from the American Association of Transportation and Highway Officials (AASHTO), signifying excellence in the transportation industry from among all 50 state departments, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

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