(WASHINGTON) Gov. Jay Inslee Issues Contact Tracing Proclamation to Protect Personal Information

News Release | Washington Gov. Jay Inslee

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Gov. Jay Inslee issued a proclamation on Thursday related to the state's contact tracing efforts and personal information protection. Proclamation 20-64 exempts personally identifiable information collected by COVID-19 case investigators from public disclosure.

Students Interested in a Career Outdoors Have More Options at U of I This Fall

News Release | University of Idaho

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MOSCOW, Idaho — July 30, 2020 — Students who want to learn in Idaho’s beautiful outdoors will have the chance this fall to enroll in online or in-person classes. Through the University of Idaho’s College of Natural Resources, students can learn about forestry, fisheries, range science, wildlife, fire and more.

Rotary Park Playground Replacement Project Begins the Week of August 3rd

Press Release | City of Moscow

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July 30, 2020 (Moscow, Idaho) -- The City of Moscow will begin replacing the aging wooden playground equipment at Jim Lyle Rotary Park the week of Aug. 3. Jim Lyle Rotary Park is located on the northwest corner of the intersection at East 'F' Street and Orchard Avenue.  

Lewiston School District Explains 2020/2021 Reopening Plan

News Release | Lewiston Independent School District #1

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As the 2020-2021 school year approaches, Lewiston Independent School District No. 1 has developed a plan for schools to open and continue the education of the students while keeping safety at the forefront. At this time they are planning a traditional opening on August 26, 2020. While a traditional opening means all students are attending face-to-face, they will also be adhering to CDC guidelines for the safety of all stakeholders.

U of I Research Dairy Project Launch Meeting Draws Contractors and Cooperators

News Release | University of Idaho

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The Idaho Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment – or CAFE – took a major step forward this spring with the launch of design and planning for a $22.5 million research dairy near Rupert. The dairy is scheduled for completion in 2023 and to begin milking cows by 2024.

Update on Hwy-12/US-95 Roadwork - Expect Travel Delays Until August 7, 2020

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The roadwork on Hwy-12 and US-95 between Arrow and Lewiston will take place until August 7th, 2020 at approximately 6:30pm. A seal coat treatment is being applied and the roadway is reduced down to one lane. Contractors will be working Monday - Friday from 7:30am-6:30pm. However, they will be working on the US-95/US-12 Spalding Bridge on Sunday, August 2nd from 6:00am - 3:00pm. During their working hours expect travel delays anywhere from 10-30 minutes. 35 mph speed zones and loose gravel on the roadways. 

Kyle Knigge - Warrior Baseball Alum and Doctor of Physical Therapy

News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Lewis-Clark State College has a rich history when it comes to success on the baseball field. Many players are remembered for their athletic accomplishment after standout careers in Lewiston. Kyle Knigge, a Lewiston native, found success both in the classroom and on the field, and went on to make his mark after his time as a Warrior was complete. He used his LC State baseball career as leverage to make it in the highly competitive field of physical therapy.

Limited Access at Staffed Forest Service Fire Lookout Towers this Season

News Release | Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests

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KAMIAH, Idaho (July 29, 2020) – Several historic fire lookout towers across the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests are still staffed every fire season to detect smoke from wildfires in remote locations and support the agencies’ wildfire response. In alignment with current federal, state and local guidance for social distancing and to ensure the health and safety of employees, visitors, and volunteers, the Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests will restrict access at staffed fire lookout towers this summer. Members of the public are not permitted to access the top level of staffed fire lookout towers or use restrooms at these towers while these restrictions are in place.

(LEWISTON) City of Lewiston Advises Face Coverings Along With Social Distancing

News Release | City of Lewiston

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The advisory order was approved by the Lewiston City Council at its July 27th regular City Council meeting that Face coverings be required when in any indoor or outdoor public place where six foot physical distancing is not able to be maintained with non-household members. This is an advisory and not a mandate. 


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