Comet Neowise Spotted in the Night Sky

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Denton L. Thaves of Grangeville, Idaho captured this amazing photo of comet Neowise yesterday evening. Comet Neowise can be seen after sunset with the naked eye. To spot the comet, look just below the big dipper. The comet will be higher in the sky each evening and will be the highest and brightest on July 23. NASA says it wont be back again for 6800 years. Thanks for the picture Denton!

Dozens of Cities and Counties Submit Letters of Intent to Support Public Safety and Pass Savings onto Property Taxpayers

News Release | Idaho Governor Brad Little

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Twenty-five cities and ten counties in Idaho have signed letters of intent to participate in Governor Brad Little's plan that leverages federal coronavirus relief funds to cover local public safety personnel salaries and gives cities and counties the opportunity to pass on the savings to property taxpayers.

Clearwater Paper Launches "Remagine" Paperboard Solution

News Release | Clearwater Paper

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Clearwater Paper Corporation (NYSE: CLW) today introduced ReMagine™, a folding carton paperboard brand with up to 30 percent post-consumer recycled fiber. Inspired by circular economy principles, ReMagine provides high definition print capability and superior converting performance. The new folding carton brand is now available to the company’s customers.

2020 Lewiston Roundup Cancelled

Press Release | Lewiston Roundup Association

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Considering all aspects and acceptable guidelines for a large-scale event like the roundup, they feel they cannot meet the expectation set forth as it relates to large events at the Roundup Grounds including the Lewiston Roundup, the associated Roundup Week events and the August 8th She’s Wild Summer Smash Demolition Derby.

Nez Perce National Historical Park Begins Summer Programming

News Release | Nez Perce National Historical Park

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LAPWAI, Idaho – These free programs start July 19 and are held every day at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The park boasts several fun educational activities. Kids can complete an activity book to earn a badge and become a Junior Ranger. Visitors of all ages are encouraged to walk the trails in the park, experience history in the museum and explore inside a tipi.


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