11 Warriors Qualify for Indoor Nationals

LCSC Press Release

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KANSAS City, Mo. – 11 LC State Track and Field student-athletes will head to Yankton, S.D. to compete at the NAIA Indoor Track and Field National Championships. Seniors Madi Carson, Cole Olsen and Clayton VanDyke all appeared in the meet as individuals last season, and will be joined by the women’s 4x400m relay and 4x800m relay this time around.

K-9 Ruger Retires from Nez Perce Tribe Police Department After Serving Since 2014

Nez Perce Tribe

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LAPWAI, ID - Yesterday, the Nez Perce Tribe Police Department bid farewell to their always ready and always faithful K-9 named Ruger. Ruger had served with the Tribe's police department since 2014. During his time there, he was deployed well over 300 times and always provided his handlers with an extra set of eyes, ears and a very sensitive snout! 

CRAPO, KLOBUCHAR REINTRODUCE LEGISLATION TO COMBAT ROBOCALLS

Mike Crapo Press Release

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Washington, D.C. -- U.S. Senators Mike Crapo (R-Idaho) and Amy Klobuchar (D-Minnesota) are taking steps to cut down on scammers using robocalls to defraud consumers by reintroducing S. 357, the Data Analytics Robocall Technology (DART) Act.  This legislation will establish a pilot program to expand the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) ongoing attempts to combat unwanted computerized calls.  The Congressional Research Service cites data indicating robocalls have risen to as high as 5.2 billion calls in March 2019. 

Pancakes for a Cause

The Orofino Fire Department along with Clearwater Valley Fire Department Auxiliary will be hosting a pancake breakfast for the Senior Center in order to raise funds as well as awareness. 

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OROFINO, ID - The pandemic has affected everyone. Businesses, families, events, etc. One group that has also felt the impact of the pandemic, would be our community's seniors. Our elders have greatly missed social interactions with loved ones and with one another amidst the pandemic. These factors have also hampered the Orofino Senior Center.  

Leave bird feeders down until April 1 to protect wild birds from deadly salmonellosis

WDFW Press Release

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SPOKANE – Continued reports of sick or dead birds at backyard feeders across Washington and other northwest states are prompting the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to recommend people continue to leave their wild bird feeders down another month, or take extra steps to maintain them.

Chick Days

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FREE CHICKS at [tag:]CHS Primeland’s Chick Days THIS SATURDAY ONLY.  From 10am-1pm ONLY, get two free chicks with every 50 lb. bag of [tag:]Payback Hatch to Hen feed purchase (limit to 6 chicks).  

 

CRAPO, TESTER, MORAN LEAD BIPARTISAN PUSH TO PROVIDE DISABLED VETERANS FULL MILITARY BENEFITS

Bipartisan Major Richard Star Act would allow 42,000 combat-injured veterans to receive both disability compensation and retired pay

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Washington, D.C.--U.S. Senator Mike Crapo (R-Idaho), Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee Chairman Jon Tester (D-Montana) and Committee Ranking Member Jerry Moran (R-Kansas) today introduced the Major Richard Star Act, bipartisan legislation to provide combat-injured veterans with less than 20 years of military service their full benefits. 

State to require proof of residency or work in Idaho for vaccine appointments

Idaho Dept. of Health & Welfare

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Given the limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine that is available at this time and Idaho’s commitment to equitable and fair access to vaccine, the state of Idaho is now requiring that those seeking COVID-19 vaccines in the state should either live or work in Idaho.

Vintage Voices: Eugene Settle reflects on agrarian life of Black family around Moscow a century ago Oral history at U of I Library offers insight in celebration of Black History Month

By Sara Jane Ruggles

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Have you ever heard of Eugene Settle? He was a proud North Idaho resident and an early transplant to this region. He moved to Moscow in 1899 when he was 5 with his small yet loving family. He grew up on the family farm and attended Moscow High School where he was a popular student and excelled at track and field.

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