Idaho State Police Responded To An Injury Four-Wheeler Crash Near Troy

IDAHO STATE POLICE NEWS RELEASE

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On March 28th, 2020, at 6:14 pm, the Idaho State Police responded to an injury four-wheeler crash on East Forks Road off SH8/SH3,near Bovill. Roy J. Nelson, 29, of Troy, Idaho, was traveling westbound on East Forks Road, riding a red 2002 Polaris ATV. Nelson failed to negotiate a right hand curve and drove off the south shoulder of the roadway down an embankment. Nelson was transported by Life Flight to St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Lewiston. Nelson was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash. The crash is still under investigation.

Labor Phone Lines Overloaded with Calls

-People are asked to visit Labor website for answers; file for benefits online-

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Idaho is one of several states across the nation where the surge of newly laid-off workers is overwhelming state unemployment phone systems. 

Laid-off workers who need to file for benefits – or have questions about unemployment insurance – should file online or visit the agency website instead of calling the department. 

IDAHO GAS PRICES DROP DRAMATICALLY, U.S. AVERAGE APPROACHES $2 MARK

Cheap crude oil and low demand push Idaho prices 14 cents cheaper than a week ago

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BOISE – (March 30, 2020) – The economic effects of coronavirus and a crude oil price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia continue to be felt around the world and here in the Gem State – Idaho gas prices dropped by 14 cents in the last week, and the U.S. average for regular gasoline is about to fall under the $2/gallon mark.

Lewiston School District Officials Announce Limited Public Access

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

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Lewiston, Idaho. In the interest of public health, effective immediately, public access to all Lewiston School District facilities will be available on a limited basis until further notice. Individuals requiring access to complete business transactions are requested to call ahead to the Lewiston School District Central Services Administrative Office, 208.748.3000, to make the necessary arrangements.

Toilet Paper And Other Important Forest Products Will Continue To Roll Out Of Idaho As Timber Sales Are Determined An Essential Service During COVID-19 Outbreak

News Release | Idaho Department Of Lands

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(BOISE) - The Idaho Department of Lands manages about a million acres of forests growing on Idaho Endowment Lands. In fiscal year 2019, $1.3 billion in services and goods (including Idaho-produced toilet paper) were generated from timber harvests on endowment land. Timber sales generated $77 million in revenue, supported more than 6,600 jobs, and more than $270 million in wages.

(New Meadows, Idaho) Authorities On The Hunt for Wanted Man

Idaho State Police | Adams County Sheriff’s Office

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The Adams County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information leading to the arrest and capture of WILLIAM “Bill” PEARLE JAMES, for the attempted murder of two sheriff’s deputies on March 29, 2020.

James was last seen in the area of New Meadows, Idaho.
Members of the public are cautioned not to confront this individual but to contact law enforcement immediately as he should be considered armed and dangerous.


Adams County Sheriff’s Office: (208) 253-4227

Sheriff - Ryan Zollman
rzollman@co.adams.id.us

Undersheriff - Christopher Green
cgreen@co.adams.id.us

Commerce awards $1.96 million for Spokane Mental Health Crisis Stabilization

News Release | Washington State Department Of Commerce

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State capital grant will meet requirements of Trueblood court settlement by providing for construction a new 32-bed behavioral health facility

OLYMPIA, WA -The Washington State Department of Commerce, in partnership with the state Health Care Authority, has awarded $1.96 million to help fund construction of a new 32-bed behavioral health facility in Spokane.

National Doctor Day

DailyFly | Day Of The Week Calendar

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On March 30th each year, National Doctors Day honors the professionals for their dedication and contributions to society and the community. Their dedication puts the patient first time and again. On National Doctors Day, we say “thank you” to our physicians for all that they do for us and our loved ones.

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