Clarification of MPD Enforcement of Idaho Stay-at-Home Order - CORRECTED

Press Release | City Of Moscow

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March 27, 2020 (Moscow, Idaho) -- On Wednesday, March 25, Idaho Governor Brad Little issued a proclamation declaring an "extreme emergency" in the State as communities take measures to prevent the community spread of the COVID-19 virus (coronavirus). That afternoon, Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Director Dave Jeppeson issued an Order to Self-Isolate for the State. That Order may be viewed at the following web address: 

Lewiston Fire And Police Departments Were Dispatched To Reported Fire And Explosion

PRESS RELEASE | City Of Lewiston Fire Department

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At 11:49 am 03/27/2020 Lewiston Fire and Police Departments were dispatched to the apartment building located at 212 5th Street for a reported fire and explosion.  Initial reports stated there was fire, an explosion and a lot of blood. 

An Offer To Local Business Owners

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Johnson Named NABC Coach of the Year

Athletics News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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KANSAS CITY, Missouri – After a historic season at the helm of the No. 6 Lewis-Clark State Men’s Basketball team, Head Coach Austin Johnson became the first Warrior Men’s Basketball coach to be named the NABC NAIA Division I Coach of the Year. In his second season leading LC State, Johnson led the Warriors to the best finish in program history with a winning percentage of .906 (29-3). The Warriors captured the Frontier Conference regular season title before winning the Frontier Conference Tournament on their home court, and Johnson was voted the Frontier Conference Coach of the Year.

ID Governor Little Waives The One-Week Waiting Period

News Release | Governor Brad Little

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Governor Little signs new executive orders, proclamation to further position Idaho to overcome coronavirus challenge

Boise, Idaho – Governor Brad Little’s latest executive orders and proclamation will boost funds available for Idaho’s coronavirus response, manage the impact of the crisis on the state budget, and help the thousands of Idahoans suddenly unemployed due to the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

(Lewiston, ID) - Playgrounds And Play Areas/Structures Closed

Public Health Emergency Order No.20-02

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This order closes playgrounds/play areas within all City of Lewiston Parks shall be closed to members of the general public, however, parks shall remain open.

This order also includes playgrounds/play structures located on Lewiston School District property.

This order states the City of Lewiston has determined there is no reasonable way to effectively sanitize playground equipment and areas.

WSU Teacher Partners with Buetian Investment Network To Help Students Devastated By Outbreak

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Photo Credit: Katy McAleryDue to the current situation many students around the world would lose their jobs as places are closing! For this entire semester, for Aurna in Ohio, and in other university communities across the U.S., college campuses are closed! So We, the Buetian Investment Network (BIN), Aurna and Katy McAlary, a teacher of WSU Pullman want to come forward and stand by students like her and make sure their education would continue, and despite the devastation of the outbreak and the disease- their dream would continue.
Just like Aurna, there are many, many students - international and domestic - in dire need who entirely depend on the job they have! As places are getting closed though, their way of earning is getting shutdown!

(PULLMAN, WA) - Proclamation Violations

News Release | City Of Pullman Police Department

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PULLMAN – Governor Inslee’s proclamations were issued to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. There is no question that the proclamations have caused a significant disruption in all of our lives, but the trade-off is the health and safety of our community. The Pullman community has stepped up with voluntary compliance and we are all working together to support our local businesses.

Public Asked To Refrain From Nonessential Open Burning


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(BOISE)—The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Idaho Department of Lands (IDL), and Idaho Department of Health and Welfare (DHW) remind the public to refrain from all nonessential open burning activities as communities respond to the spread of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.


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