WATCH: Canadian Soldier Nearly Scared to Death as Comrades Wake Him from a Nap with Artillery

This was arguably the rudest moment in Canadian history!

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A Canadian artillery unit was in the middle of a drill when they noticed one of their comrades fast asleep up against one of their vehicles. Naturally, they decided to go ahead and fire off a round and see how he'd react. One could argue that this moment was the rudest moment in Canadian history! 

AG Ferguson files lawsuit against janitorial services company for exploiting mostly immigrant workers

AG Ferguson Press Release

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SEATTLE — Attorney General Bob Ferguson today filed a consumer protection lawsuit against janitorial services company National Maintenance Contractors. National took advantage of immigrants with limited English proficiency and promised them the independence of business ownership. Unfortunately, in reality, National locked its franchisees into contracts that often left them earning less than minimum wage, paying exorbitant fees, and with little ability to advocate for themselves.

8X World Champion Calf-Roper, Joe Beaver, Set to Return to Lewiston this Weekend for Roping School

I spoke to the organizer of this Event, Tracy Hammond.

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LEWISTON, ID - 8X World Champion Calf-Roper, Joe Beaver, is set to return to Lewiston for the second annual Joe Beaver Roping School, originally set up by event organizer, Tracy Hammond. Beaver will be teaching students Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, April 10-12. 

Pullman Police Department Conducting More Distracted Driving Patrols in April

Pullman Police Department

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PULLMAN, WA - The Pullman Police Department posted a reminder on its social media Tuesday morning, reminding drivers that the month of April, is "Distracted Driving Awareness Month". The Pullman Police Department also posted some alarming statistics over Distracted Driving.

Clarkston Fire department Responds to Vehicle Fire at old Bi-Mart Parking Lot

The fire has been put out.

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CLARKSTON, WA - The Clarkston Fire Department responded to a reported vehicle fire at the Bi-Mart Parking lot in Clarkston on Tuesday at around 11 AM. As fire crews arrived, the vehicle was fully engulfed in flames, but the fire has since been put out. 


I spoke to Clarkston firefighters at the scene and they told me it was likely an electrical fire, as the fire started from underneath the dash. There was also a medical crew on standby in case the owner of the vehicle required medical attention. 

Daily Fly will update this post as more information is made available. 

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office Notable Calls for 4/5/21


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The Kootenai County Sheriff's Office received the following notable calls on 4/5/21:

In one of those calls: A Deputy responded to a report that a 12-year-old male had threatened his grandparents with a knife because they told him to go to bed and took his X-Box away from him. The Deputy arrested the juvenile for aggravated assault. 21-14192

Idaho Team Develops DNA-Based Forecasting Framework to Assist in Species Recovery

U of I News

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MOSCOW, Idaho — April 6, 2021 — A University of Idaho, Boise State University, and Idaho State University study published in Restoration Ecology demonstrates how genomic data could be used in conservation efforts, specifically translocation, or the moving of plants and animals from one location to another. Translocation is a key component of many conservation plans.

Happy New Beers Eve!

Tonight, grab your favorite drink with friends in celebration of this special day!

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From 1920 to 1933, alcohol was prohibited in the United States. Truly a sad time for lovers of all brews everywhere. Thankfully, in 1933, President Roosevelt decided to lift the prohibition on alcohol. 

So on this date, April 6, 1933, Americans all across the United States lined up at their favorite bars or favorite public houses to have their first (LEGAL) alcoholic beverage in 13 years. Ever since that night, this day has been affectionately named, 'New Beer's Eve', a precursor to 'New Beers Day'. 

WDFW plans Eastern Washington prescribed burns to improve habitat, reduce wildfire risk


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WDFW: Annual prescribed burns on Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) lands in eastern Washington are planned to start in April, as conditions allow. Controlled fire reduces the risk of wildfire and improves habitat for animals such as deer, elk, and bighorn sheep. 


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