Burn Ban in Effect for Asotin County

News Release | Asotin County Fire Marshal

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This summer is beginning to experience warm and dry weather resulting in extreme fire hazard conditions. The Asotin County Fire Marshal is authorized to determine when extreme conditions merit the closure of fires and open burning within the unincorporated areas of Asotin County. All fires and open burning in the unincorporated areas of Asotin County is suspended until further ordinance is adopted lifting the suspension.


(LEWISTON) Apartment Building Fire on Mayfair Drive

Press Release | City of Lewiston Fire Department

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At 1:03 pm the fire department was dispatched to a report of a building on fire at 2825 Mayfair Dr. The first engine found heavy fire coming from a 6 unit apartment building, juniper bushes and the neighboring apartment unit just starting to catch on fire. Crews quickly attacked the fire from the outside with multiple hose lines trying to knockdown the fire on the neighboring apartment building.

Was Your Operation Impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic? Apply for the Food Assistance Program

News Release | United States Department of Agriculture

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CFAP provides direct relief to producers who faced price declines and additional marketing costs due to COVID-19. A range of commodities are eligible for CFAP, including potatoes, apples, malting barley and soybeans.

Common Courtesy Isn't All That Common

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It seems like these days with our world becoming ruled by technology and everyone always in a hurry to be somewhere that common courtesy is slightly becoming a thing of the past. Common Courtesy is something we should all practice on a daily basis. Not only will it make you feel better as a person, it'll make those around you feel better as well. We are all guilty of it, but here is a little refresher on how to simply put..be a nicer person. I asked around the office and this is what we came up with, enjoy!

Additional Funds to Cover COVID-19 Testing for School Staff and More Supplies to Open Schools Safely Approved

News Release | Idaho Gov. Brad Little

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Boise, Idaho - Governor Brad Little's Coronavirus Financial Advisory Committee approved an additional $40 million on Friday to increase and improve COVID-19 testing in Idaho and an additional $10 million to equip schools with supplies needed to open safely.


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