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 Much has changed during this time period and information in the applications will be outdated.

Visit Idaho's Great Lakes For Some Of The 'Best Of The Best' Fishing

Press Release | Idaho Department of Fish and Game

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These big lakes and reservoirs provide excellent and unique fishing opportunities and make great destinations

Idaho is world-famous for its quality fishing, which includes not only a wide variety of species, but different types of waters. Those include Idaho’s “Great Lakes,” which are not only large in size, but also provide excellent and/or unique fishing opportunities for trophy-sized fish. In most cases, they also provide a user-friendly experience because services and accommodations are typically on the lakes, or close by. Many also offer guided fishing trips and boat rentals for people who don’t have all the equipment they need. 

Gov. Little Applauds Federal Court Decision Supporting Idaho Health Insurance Option

News Release | ID Gov. Brad Little

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Boise, Idaho – Governor Brad Little applauded a federal court decision that supports Idaho’s approach for Enhanced Short-term Plans, a healthcare insurance option that provides better protection against preexisting condition exclusions and more robust benefits in areas where traditional short-term plans have fallen short.

Idaho High School Activities Association Releases Fall Sports Guidance

by Sami Edge, IdahoEdNews.org.

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The Idaho High School Athletic Association recommends that athletes wear face-masks when possible this fall, but says plastic-face shields shouldn’t be allowed in competition.

Students should avoid fist-bumps and high-fives after competition.

And masked coaches should hold practice outside as often as possible.

These suggestions are among the guidance released by the IHSAA on Thursday, in a 52-page document that enables Idaho schools to resume activities this fall, but says that the “near certainty of recurrent outbreaks” means that some athletes might have to quarantine during their sports-seasons,” possibly multiple times.”

Bear Butter: Scientists Study Tiny Moths As Rich Food Source For Grizzlies

By Seth Truscott College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

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A diverse team of international scientists led by a Washington State University graduate student are trekking the high peaks of the greater Glacier National Park ecosystem this summer to better understand a tiny but important food source for grizzly bears—the army cutworm moth.

Public Health Officials To Help Define School Reopening Categories

by Clark Corbin, IdahoEdNews.org

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Although the decision has not been made, many Idaho schools are likely to begin the school year in the second of three categories designed to gauge the degree of spread of the coronavirus, public health officials said.

Where a school is classified could play a big role in how education is delivered in the fall, but local trustees and administrators still have the power to come up with their own reopening plans.

20-035 Revised Master Plan and EA for Lower Monumental and Little Goose Open for Public Comment

US Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla District

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SNAKE RIVER, Wash. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), Walla Walla District, has released drafts of the revised Lower Monumental and Little Goose Project Master Plans, each with an accompanying draft Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) and Environmental Assessment (EA). The public comment period will run from July 20 to Aug. 21.

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