An estimated one-third of Idaho’s population was infected by the COVID-19 virus as of late February, according to one highly regarded data scientist’s model. And now, more than one-third of Idaho’s population, has been vaccinated against it.
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BOISE - The number of burn permits issued averages about 18,000 a year in Idaho, and that number continues to rise, according to the Idaho Department of Lands. Burn permits are required May 10 - October 20 each year and issued by the Department of Lands.
LEWISTON - Lewis-Clark State College has announced that Dr. Luther Maddy will serve as interim dean of the School of Professional Studies and Dr. Ayodeji Arogundade as assistant chair of the Business & Computer Science Division.
OLYMPIA – On Saturday, the Washington State Department of Health reported 1,497 new coronavirus cases and 99 hospitalizations. Health officials released the latest COVID-19 modeling and surveillance situation report on Friday. There are some signs in the most recent data that cases may be s…
STORY UPDATE (5/7/21): After the fire investigation was completed, it has been determined that the preliminary cause of this fire is improper use of smoking materials.
LEWISTON - It's back! The Idaho Department of Fish and Game’s Take Me Fishing Trailer will visit Kiwanis Park in Lewiston this Saturday, May 7 from 9:30am - 1:00pm. Take Me Fishing trailers travel to local ponds around the state and are loaded with loaner fishing rods, tackle, bait and staff…
BOISE - During the first week of May, Idaho Gives raised over $3.8 million for Idaho nonprofits. In 2020, it took two weeks to raise that same amount. The Idaho Nonprofit Center team is astounded by Idaho’s generosity.
OLYMPIA - On Friday, May 7, 2021, Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed SB 5237, the Fair Start for Kids Act. The legislation aims to make child care more accessible and affordable for families across Washington state.
OLYMPIA - The Washington Hospitality Association is calling on Washington Governor Jay Inslee to release a plan for reopening the state by June 15, in line with 48 other states that have released reopening plans.
PULLMAN - After a year of virtual and hybrid school, canceled activities, and limited social interaction, Pullman-area youth have something to look forward to this summer: the in-person Cougar Kids Camp.
MOSCOW - The City of Moscow began testing wastewater for the presence of COVID-19 in May of 2020. As COVID-19 variants started to spread in the U.S., the City initiated a variant testing routine, with the first results received on April 13, 2021. This test indicated that the United Kingdom (…
LEWISTON - As Teacher Appreciation Week wraps up, some of the students and parents at All Saints Catholic School would like to give a special shoutout to all the teachers, aides and assistants that put in the time and effort to make it all happen.
LEWISTON - This Mother’s Day, the Department of Health and Welfare and Project Filter are urging mothers to change their family’s life forever and quit smoking, vaping, and chewing for good. Eligible participants will receive up to 12 months’ worth of free diapers and wipes in the process.