Work Starts Monday on ID-9 Pavement Rehab from Deary to Harvard

News Release | Idaho Transportation Department

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LEWISTON - A pavement rehabilitation project in which crews will repair significant cracking, grind off the top layer of the roadway, and replace it with new paving material will start Monday (July 13) from Deary to Harvard on Idaho Highway 9. The work on this 13-mile project will provide a smoother, safer ride for motorists by eliminating cracks and ruts on the road’s surface.

"Planning Community Events in a COVID World" Webinar Today at 2pm

Beautiful Downtown Lewiston

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Lewiston, ID— Idaho Public Health and Beautiful Downtown Lewiston are teaming up to provide a webinar to share tips on protecting the public health and preventing the spread of COVID-19 during a community event. The webinar is geared towards community organizations and businesses that plan highly attended community events.

Awards Ceremony to be Held in November to Recognize Idaho’s Top Volunteers and Philanthropists

News Release | Idaho Department of Labor

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This event will recognize Idaho’s top volunteers and philanthropists with a series of ceremonies that will take place in November in northern, southwestern and eastern Idaho. Link is available in the article to nominate someone you believe deserves an award. 

Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins Named Chief At-Large of Statewide Law Enforcement Organization

News Release | Pullman Police Department

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Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins was re-elected to a Chief At-Large position on the board of the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC) last week. Chief Jenkins will be part of the leadership team of the 14-member executive board, which was announced at the organization’s virtual general business June 23.

Fish & Game is Seeking Angler Input on Proposed Fall Chinook Season

Press Release | Idaho Fish & Game

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The 2020 adult fall Chinook Salmon return past Lower Granite Dam is projected to be around 15,000 adults with about 5,500 of these being natural origin. These run sizes will allow a harvest of over 3,000 adult salmon, which is considerably more than was provided during our spring Chinook Salmon seasons.

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