Farmers and Ranchers Can Begin Applying for Round Two of CFAP on Monday

News Release | United States Congress

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Starting on Monday, September 21st, eligible farmers and ranchers can begin submitting applications for the next round of Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) support administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). The program is the result of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which was supported by the entire Idaho Delegation, and includes $14 billion through the Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC), to provide immediate relief through direct payments to farmers and ranchers. It is very important to note that any farmer or rancher who received payments in the first round of CFAP is eligible for this round of CFAP payments and should apply.  

National Down Syndrome Congress to Award Clarkston Resident, Todd Fuller, with the 2020 National Everyday Hero Award

Press Release | National Down Syndrome Congress

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CLARKSTON, WA - The National Down Syndrome Congress (NDSC) has chosen three Down Syndrome self-advocates from across the nation as recipients of the 2020 Everyday Hero Award for performing essential work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Clarkston resident Todd Fuller is one of the 2020 honorees.

Moscow City Council is Requesting Input on Proposal to Extend Resolutions

Press Release | City of Moscow

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The Moscow City Council will consider Resolutions to extend two existing resolutions at its regular meeting on Monday, September 21, at 7 p.m. The proposed resolutions to be considered are for the Amended Public Health Emergency Order 20-03 and Resolution 2020-11 Allowing Temporary Expansion into Main Street Right-of-Way. The Mayor and Council are requesting input from the community via email at council@ci.moscow.id.us.  

Tribe is Awarded $19.1 Million BUILD Grant to Support Construction of Aht’Wy Interchange

Press Release | Nez Perce Tribe

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The Nez Perce Tribe (Tribe) was awarded a $19,134,710 grant by the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) through the Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) Transportation Discretionary Grants program to support the rebuild of the Aht’Wy Interchange (Project).  The Project is located on US 95/12, approximately 6 miles east of Lewiston, Idaho; an area which has been recognized as one of Idaho’s most dangerous stretches of road.

St. Joseph Regional Medical Center’s New Technology Helps in Effective Radiation Treatment Planning for Cancer

News Release | St. Joseph Regional Medical Center

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LEWISTON, IDAHO – St. Joseph Regional Medical Center announced today that its parent company LifePoint Health has invested $550,000 in new technology for cancer patients. This cutting-edge computed tomography (CT) system improves physicians’ ability to diagnose cancer and effectively plan for future radiation treatment. With this latest technology, physicians will have clearer images of patient anatomy to precisely target tumors and design personalized oncology treatment plans that best serve the patient.

(WASHINGTON) Senator Judy Warnick Urges Stiff Penalties for Inslee’s Apple Maggot Mishap

Press Release | Senator Judy Warnick

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In an effort to console eastern Washington communities devastated by wildfires, Gov. Jay Inslee recently stopped for a public event in the town of Malden. During his remarks, Inslee offered words of encouragement and a seemingly benign gift – a box of apples picked from his own yard.

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