Idaho Transportation Department is Taking Suggestions from Residents for Upcoming Projects

News Release | Idaho Transportation Department

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LEWISTON- The Idaho Transportation Department is asking for input on the just-released draft Idaho Transportation Improvement Program (ITIP). The 2021-2027 draft ITIP is a seven-year plan of the state’s transportation improvements, and all stakeholders are encouraged to participate.  

New Law Aimed at Protecting Charitable Assets Takes Effect July 1

News Release | State of Idaho Attorney General

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Attorney General Lawrence Wasden reminds charitable organizations, their attorneys, and the public that the Idaho Charitable Assets Protection Act (ICAPA) becomes effective on July 1, 2020. The Idaho Legislature enacted the new law to help the Office of the Attorney General better protect the state’s charitable assets and preserve donor intent.

Summer Travel Expected to Drop by Fifteen Percent

News Release | AAA Idaho

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Expect busy roads and nearly-empty flights this summer.  According to AAA’s latest projection, Americans will complete 683 million summer road trips, just three percent less than last year.  But airline travel is expected to plummet by 74 percent due to lingering concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, while other modes of travel, including cruises, buses and trains, will be hit even harder, dropping by nearly 86 percent from last year.

Moscow Farmers Market Adds Shelf-Stable Food Items

Market Update | City of Moscow

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The Moscow Farmers Market continues its tradition of connecting local vendors with the community on Main Street and Friendship Square. The public is welcome to shop for fresh, perishable, agricultural products and shelf-stable food items offered by a select number of vendors as part of the Moscow Farmers Market's modified operations in response to COVID-19. The Moscow Farmers Market occurs every Sat., Jun. through Oct., 8 am to 1 pm.


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