First Adult Offspring of Translocated Lamprey Returns to Columbia

First Adult Offspring of Translocated Lamprey Returns to Columbia

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In 2007, the Nez Perce Tribe Fisheries Program’s Pacific lamprey restoration team, led by the late Elmer Crow, released a group of lamprey into Newsome Creek, a small tributary of the South Fork Clearwater River in Idaho. They had been collected from the lower Columbia River and transported 400 miles upriver to spare them from the risky journey passing the remaining dams and increasing their likelihood of reproducing.

Idaho Transportation Board Approves Bonding Plan for Statewide Safety and Expansion Projects

Idaho Transportation Department

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BOISE – The Idaho Transportation Board approved a plan to issue bonds as a part of Governor Brad Little’s $1.6 billion “Leading Idaho” initiative that passed in House Bill 362 in 2021. The initiative focuses on major safety and expansion projects across the state in the next eight years. The board approved the plan during its regular monthly business meeting Thursday, January 13 in Boise. 

Public Comment Period Now Open for the 2022 Transportation Capital Improvement Plan

City of Lewiston

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LEWISTON - The City of Lewiston 2022 Transportation Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is in the works, and community members' input is crucial to prioritize and scope projects. The Transportation CIP is updated annually and requires adoption by the Lewiston City Council.

Increase in Breakthrough Cases Related to Current COVID-19 Surge

Washington Department of Health

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OLYMPIA --The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) is seeing an increase in the number of “vaccine breakthrough” cases related to the recent increase in overall cases statewide. Even with the increase in breakthrough infections, data continue to show that vaccination is highly protective against hospitalization and death from COVID-19.

“Camas: Sacred Food of the Nez Perce” documentary premiers Saturday, Jan. 15

US Forest Service

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LAPWAI —The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests and the Nez Perce National Historical Park invite the public to enjoy a new documentary titled “Camas: Sacred Food of the Nez Perce.” The documentary premiers Saturday, Jan. 15 in–person at the Nez Perce National Historical Park Visitor Center or online via YouTube.

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