Secure Your Load Day Safety Campaign

Washington State Police

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Washington – The Washington State Patrol (WSP) will participate in the National Secure Your Load Day on June 7th, 2021. During this day, Troopers and Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officers (CVEOs) will be conducting traffic stops and inspections on vehicles to ensure that all cargo is safely secured. Both Troopers and Officers will be educating the public about the importance of securing loads properly

Thursday's Weather

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Heat Advisory

Action Recommended

Execute a pre-planned activity identified in the instructions

Issued By

Spokane - WA, US, National Weather Service

Affected Area

Peck, Clarkston, Pomeroy, Brewster, Omak, Gifford, Cashmere, Lapwai, Nespelem, Oroville, Okanogan, Culdesac, Chelan, Lewiston, Bridgeport, Entiat, and Wenatchee

Description

...HEAT ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM PDT THURSDAY... WHAT...High temperatures in the upper 90s to lower 100s today and in the 90s on Thursday. WHERE...Peck, Clarkston, Pomeroy, Brewster, Omak, Gifford, Cashmere, Lapwai, Nespelem, Oroville, Okanogan, Culdesac, Chelan, Lewiston, Bridgeport, Entiat, and Wenatchee. WHEN...Until 8 PM PDT Thursday. IMPACTS...Unusual early season heat may cause heat illnesses to occur. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and check up on relatives and neighbors. Take extra precautions when outside. Wear lightweight and loose fitting clothing. Try to limit strenuous activities to early morning or evening. Take action when you see symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. To reduce risk during outdoor work, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments. Anyone overcome by heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location. Heat stroke is an emergency! Call 9 1 1.

 

 

Tragic Memorial Day Weekend Leading into "100 Deadliest Days"

Idaho State Police

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Leading into "100 Deadliest Days": 233 Seat Belt Citations, and a Tragic Memorial Day Weekend.

 

Idaho State Police Troopers wrote 233 citations to motorists for not wearing seat belts during the last two weeks in May. Through the Memorial Day weekend, Troopers responded to seven fatal crashes that tragically left 12 people dead.

For full message read article.

My Dad Rock's Contest

Classic Rock 102.9

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Does Your Dad Rock? Classic Rock 102.9 thinks so. That’s why one dad is going to win a rockin’ prize. All you need to do is message the Classic Rock 102.9 Facebook page why your dad deserves to win. It will be posted on the page and one winner will be announced on air June 15th. All submissions must be in by midnight Sunday the 13th. All contest rules can be found on Dailyfly.com. Thank you to our sponsors who made this prize package possible. Masters Body Works, Vig’s Health, Brock’s, Nez Perce Express, Pacific Steel and Recycling, Dominos, Model Home Furnishings, Moscow &  Pullman Building Supply, Redwolf Golf Club, Valley Golf & Outdoor, Idaho Memories Gift & Souvenir Shop, Skalicky’s Sweet Sensations Bakery, and Classic Rock 102.9FM. Why does your dad rock?

The Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching is K–12 STEM Teaching’s Highest Honor

Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction

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OLYMPIA — June 2, 2021 — Six Washington math and science teachers have been selected as finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching (PAEMST) Award, the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) announced today.

For more information at to see the finalists read article.

In Search of More Vendors

Lewiston Food Truck Night

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Food vendors wanted!!  Lewiston’s food truck night is looking for more vendors. Take  part in this fast growing event and show the community what your food truck has to offer. To become a vendor at this event email Deeneysicecream@gmail.com or message the Lewiston Food Truck Night Facebook page. Don’t let this opportunity to create new life-long customers pass you by! Reach out and become a vendor starting at the June 8th event! Sponsored by Dailyfly.com, Deeney’s Ice Cream, LCCU, Coleman Oil, Pepsi, and Hot Country 94.1.

Forecast Looks at Columbia Basin Water Availability

Washington Ecology

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PULLMAN -- Changing climate, crop needs, and population growth are among key factors influencing when water will be available and where water will be needed in Washington’s Columbia River Basin. That’s according to a new report being prepared by the Washington Water Research Center at Washington State University, in cooperation with the Washington Department of Ecology.

Goats Coming to Graze at Mill Creek

Walla Walla District Corps of Engineers

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WALLA WALLA, Wash. -- The Walla Walla District will be using a herd of goats to remove weeds and other vegetation growing on levees that border the creek shoreline extending from the Mill Creek diversion dam downstream to the metal division works foot bridge near the Mill Creek Office. They are scheduled to arrive June 3.

Wednesday's Weather

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Today's weather is brought to you by Nez Perce Express. 

 

Heat Advisory

Action Recommended

Execute a pre-planned activity identified in the instructions

Issued By

Spokane - WA, US, National Weather Service

Affected Area

Peck, Clarkston, Pomeroy, Brewster, Omak, Gifford, Cashmere, Lapwai, Nespelem, Oroville, Okanogan, Culdesac, Chelan, Lewiston, Bridgeport, Entiat, and Wenatchee

Description

...HEAT ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 8 PM PDT THURSDAY... WHAT...High temperatures in the mid to upper 90s today and Thursday and peaking in the upper 90s to lower 100s on Wednesday. WHERE...Peck, Clarkston, Pomeroy, Brewster, Omak, Gifford, Cashmere, Lapwai, Nespelem, Oroville, Okanogan, Culdesac, Chelan, Lewiston, Bridgeport, Entiat, and Wenatchee. WHEN...Until 8 PM PDT Thursday. IMPACTS...Unusual early season heat may cause heat illnesses to occur. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... Drink plenty of fluids, stay in an air-conditioned room, stay out of the sun, and check up on relatives and neighbors. Take extra precautions when outside. Wear lightweight and loose fitting clothing. Try to limit strenuous activities to early morning or evening. Take action when you see symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. To reduce risk during outdoor work, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration recommends scheduling frequent rest breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments. Anyone overcome by heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location. Heat stroke is an emergency! Call 9 1 1.

 

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