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KAMIAH - According to an update from the USDA Forest Service, contractors are on schedule building the new Forest Supervisor’s Office in Kamiah, an energy-efficient and uniquely-designed building that showcases wood products from the local area. Construction is contributing to local economie…

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LEWISTON, ID - Lewiston's Amy Johannesen has been named Idaho's 2020 School Counselor of the Year.  Johannesen is in her 5th year working for the Lewiston Independent School District. For 4 years she served as a counselor at Centennial and McGhee Elementary Schools, both in Lewiston, and she…

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OLYMPIA, WA - The Washington Landlord Association is taking legal steps on behalf of small housing providers in challenging Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s statewide ban on evictions. The group filed a lawsuit in Lewis County Superior Court on Tuesday seeking injunctive relief from the ban,…

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Two new films from Idaho Public Television’s original productions “Outdoor Idaho” and “Idaho Experience” journey to all nine of Idaho’s 12,000-foot mountain peaks and explore moments from Gem State history. IPT announced in a press release that the films air Sunday, Dec. 6, as part of the final night of IdahoPTV’s fall on-air fundraiser, DecemberFest.

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LEWISTON - Looking for a fun craft to do with the kids? The Lewiston City Library’s Teen Advisory Group (TAG) has put together a festive Take & Make ornament kit for some holiday fun! All ages are welcome to stop by the library and pick up a Take & Make kit while supplies last.

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ASOTIN - The Asotin County Lions Club will be selling a limited number of Christmas trees at the Asotin Museum on Saturday, December 5. The sale will be open from 10:00am to 4:00pm under the gazebo at the museum. 

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LEWISTON, ID - Nez Perce County is partnering with the City of Lewiston to support their efforts implementing a small business grant program for COVID-19 Relief. The program is modeled after the Idaho Rebounds - Business Grant program and uses a similar application.

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SPOKANE — Hospitals are preparing to meet the demands of an expected surge in COVID-19 patients in the coming weeks, but officials warn that resources are finite and how taxed the system becomes depends on how well citizens follow social distancing and masking guidelines.

BOISE - The Idaho State Board of Education is sponsoring a virtual Idaho Student Mental Health Summit coming up on Tuesday, December 8, 2020 at 3:00pm PST. Idaho student leaders both in high school and college will prepare video messages about what they are seeing and hearing from their fell…

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OLYMPIA, WA - Washington Governor Jay Inslee, along with the Washington State Department of Health, have announced the launch of WA Notify, an anonymous exposure notification tool designed to help stop the spread of COVID-19. By adding WA Notify to their smartphones, Washington residents wil…

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While federal officials expect a vaccine against COVID-19 to be available by the end of the year, questions remain — in Idaho and elsewhere — about whether people will feel comfortable getting the shot.

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — The best hope for swift pandemic aid to struggling California tenants and landlords might come from Georgia. State lawmakers from California and three other Western states this week are urging their congressional delegations to step up with $100 billion for rent relief — an achievable goal, they believe, if Democrats win two seats in U.S. Senate elections in Georgia, seize ...

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SEATTLE — From reintroduction of the grizzly bear to its wild North Cascades redoubt to attacking climate change, a wide range of environmental policies could see a new direction in the Pacific Northwest under a Biden administration. For starters, government and nonprofit policy leaders say they are looking forward to a return to science as a basis for environmental policymaking. Perhaps ...

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BOISE - Most nonresident hunters, anglers and trappers will pay higher prices for licenses, tags and fees in Idaho starting December 1. Price increases will vary by item, but here are new prices for some of the most popular licenses and tags for adult nonresidents:

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Story Update (11/27 11:30am): 68-year-old John J. O'Neill, Jr., of Lewiston, was the man who died after being struck by a vehicle in the 600 block of 21st Street at about 7:46 p.m. on November 26, 2020. Next of kin has been notified.

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MOSCOW, ID - More college sports events are being impacted by COVID-19. The University of Idaho men's basketball games at the U.S. Bank Portland Invitational against Seattle University (Nov. 25), University of Portland (Nov. 27), and William Jessup (Nov. 28) have been canceled in conjunction…

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