Idaho Highway 8 To Be Resurfaced Starting Tuesday

Idaho Transportation Department | itd.idaho.gov/news

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Idaho Highway 8 will be resurfaced from Bovill east toward Elk River over the next two months, with work set to begin Tuesday, August 4. Resurfacing seven miles of the highway from its intersection with Idaho Highway 3 and Ruby Creek will provide a smoother ride for drivers.

Crews will work 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. from Monday through Saturday. During working hours only, the highway will be reduced to one lane.

A nearby project to fill in cracks and resurface 13.5 miles of ID-9 between Harvard and Deary is expected to wrap up in mid-August.

Visit 511.idaho.gov before traveling to see what impacts you may encounter on your route.

(Lewiston, ID) - Fatal Motorcycle Collision

Press Release | Lewiston Police Department

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On 8/3/20, at about 1250 AM, Lewiston Police and Fire were dispatched to the intersection of Main St and 9th St for a motorcycle vs vehicle collision. Investigation revealed that a 2020 Harley Davidson motorcycle, driven by Patrick Dalton 38 of Lewiston, had been north bound on 9th St. Dalton failed to stop for the red light and ran into a 2017 Dodge pickup being driven by Christian Davis 28 of Pasco WA. Davis had been east bound on Main St. Dalton was transported by ambulance to St Joseph Regional Medical Center where he succumbed to his injuries. Davis was not injured.

(Lewiston, ID) - Manhunt In The Waha Area

Press Release | Nez Perce County Sheriff

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We are asking a press release be issued for a vehicle that was found crashed on Zaza Rd in the Waha area, the vehicle was involved in a pursuit earlier todays date. It is possible that a subject is on foot in the area, as no one was located inside or around the vehicle. We want to remind everyone to please not pick up any hitch-hikers in the area, and to please call us if you see any strange individuals or notice anything unusual in the Waha area. Our phone number is 208-799-3131 Ext 1.

ITD Is Collecting Public Input On Plans To Improve The Clearwater Memorial Bridge

Idaho Transportation Department

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The Idaho Transportation Department is making plans to rehabilitate and retrofit the bridge to improve safety, functionality and economic opportunity in the region. Constructed in 1951, some components of the Clearwater Memorial Bridge are nearing the end of their service life.

Provide Your Input with the online survey available until August 3rd: US-12: Clearwater Memorial Bridge Survey

(Clarkston, WA) - Road Closures and Several Businesses Affected From Clarkston Power Outage

DailyFly News

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Update: Power has been restored with all traffic lanes re-opened.

Today at 7:07 AM A power outage was reported in the area of the Diagonal Street and Bridge Street intersection. Avista reports that the reason for the outage is from a motor vehicle accident. Crews are currently on-site and working on your outage as weather and safety conditions permit. Please check your estimated time of restoration to see when your power may be back on which at this time is 12:00 PM.

City Of Moscow Mann Building Temporarily Closed

Press Release | City Of Moscow

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July 24, 2020 (Moscow, Idaho) -- The CIty of Moscow Mann Building was anticipated to open today, Jul. 24 to resume regular in-person operations after the offices were closed due to a confirmed case of COVID-19 determined earlier this week. The closure of that building is being extended to accommodate a 14-day quarantine as recommended by public health sources.

ISP Detectives Lead A Multi-Agency Investigation Into A Shooting

IDAHO STATE POLICE NEWS RELEASE

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  Update: ISP Detectives lead a multi-agency investigation into a shooting involving sheriff's deputies and a tribal police officer.

July 20, 2020 - The multi-agency investigation is continuing into an incident that occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday, July 18 in Idaho County. A driver reportedly fled from a traffic stop. After the driver led local deputies and a tribal officer on a pursuit that crossed county lines, shots were fired. Information in this release is considered preliminary pending, the ongoing investigation.

Safe Start Applications Returned To Seven Counties

News Release | WA Department of Health

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OLYMPIA -- Today, Washington State Secretary of Health John Wiesman announced that he is returning all COVID-19 Safe Start applications from counties whose applications were put on pause or pending review before Governor Jay Inslee implemented a statewide pause on reopening plans. By the time these applications are eligible for review, at least four weeks will have passed. Much has changed during this time period and information in the applications will be outdated.

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