Inslee Announces Restart Of All Medical Services In Washington | WA Governor’s Office

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Inslee provides guidance for medical and dental procedures

Gov. Jay Inslee today announced the state’s plan for all elective procedures to resume. Each medical or dental practice will assess their own readiness and their communities’ COVID-19 activity to determine whether, and to what degree, they will reopen.

Protocols Now Available For Opening Bars, Outdoor Pools, Onboarding Seasonal Workers

News Release | ID Gov. Brad Little

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Boise, Idaho – Protocols are now available for bars/breweries/wineries/distilleries and outdoor pools/splashpads/waterparks to open in Stage 3 of the Idaho Rebounds plan to safely and responsibly open Idaho’s economy. Protocols for onboarding seasonal or temporary workers were also added.

New Policy And Communications Chief To Serve New Role In Education With Idaho Department Of Lands

News Release | Idaho Department of Lands

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(BOISE) –Helping fund Idaho public education with Idaho Endowment Land revenue is a primary role of the Idaho Department of Lands (IDL), as mandated by the Idaho Constitution.  With that important duty in mind, Director Dustin Miller announced the hire of Scott Phillips as IDL’s new Policy and Communications Chief. A picture of Phillips is attached. His first day was May 18.


AAA Oregon/Idaho

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Pump prices more volatile as COVID-19 restrictions lift, fuel demand increases

BOISE – (May 18, 2020) – In an ominous display of things to come, Idaho gas prices leaped by 17 cents in a week as COVID-19 restrictions are slowly lifted and fuel demand rebuilds. For the week, the Gem State’s price jump was the largest in the country.

Rampy Is Honored With LC State’s Outstanding Teacher Educator Award For 2020

Official News Release | Lewis-Clark State College

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LEWISTON, Idaho – Merrie Rampy, who serves as the Idaho State Science Fair director and has taught for 43 years, has been selected as this year’s winner of the Lewis-Clark State College Outstanding Teacher Educator Award by a unanimous vote of the LC State Teacher Education faculty.

Preparedness Still Important, 40 Years Later

News Release | City Of Pullman Police Department

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PULLMAN – On May 18, 1980, an earthquake deep below Washington State’s Mount St. Helens triggered a sudden and unexpected eruption, resulting in widespread devastation that claimed thousands of animals, hundreds of homes, miles of roads and railways, and fifty-seven human lives. Impacts from this single event were felt for hundreds of miles, as ash and debris covered communities across Washington State and beyond.


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