Common Courtesy Isn't All That Common

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It seems like these days with our world becoming ruled by technology and everyone always in a hurry to be somewhere that common courtesy is slightly becoming a thing of the past. Common Courtesy is something we should all practice on a daily basis. Not only will it make you feel better as a person, it'll make those around you feel better as well. We are all guilty of it, but here is a little refresher on how to simply a nicer person. I asked around the office and this is what we came up with, enjoy!

Additional Funds to Cover COVID-19 Testing for School Staff and More Supplies to Open Schools Safely Approved

News Release | Idaho Gov. Brad Little

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Boise, Idaho - Governor Brad Little's Coronavirus Financial Advisory Committee approved an additional $40 million on Friday to increase and improve COVID-19 testing in Idaho and an additional $10 million to equip schools with supplies needed to open safely.

Census Takers Are Going Door-to-Door to Idahoan Households

News Release | 2020 Census

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At the beginning of July, the U.S. Census Bureau announced that it would begin following up with households that have not yet responded to the 2020 Census in a small number of locations. Because of the scale of this operation, the Census Bureau began the work in a few areas before operations begin in earnest across the country on August 11. The Nonresponse Followup Operation started in Idaho on July 16. Census takers are currently going door-to-door interviewing Idahoan households that have yet to respond to the 2020 Census.

Missing Hiker David Wolfe Has Been Found Alive and Well

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Missing hiker 73 year old, David Wolfe, has been found. Steve Branting, Wolfes brother in law called into Daily Fly today and stated that Wolfe walked in on his own to White Water Ranch on the Salmon River. Branting stated that Wolfe is alive and well and that they aren't sure yet why Wolfe called for a plane on the 19th.

We will have an official release soon. 

(WASHINGTON) Gov. Jay Inslee Announces Rollbacks to Some Activities to Slow COVID-19 Exposure

News Release | Gov. Jay Inslee

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Gov. Jay Inslee and Secretary of Health John Wiesman announced Thursday evening changes to “Safe Start,” Washington’s phased approach to reopening. The changes target activities that data have shown provide a higher risk of COVID-19 exposure.


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