Traditional Fall Sports At Moscow High And Middle Schools Canceled

August 14, 2020
Traditional Fall sports at Moscow High School and Middle School have been canceled. Those sports will be moved to an intramural format with no travel.  Moscow School District officials were worried about travel to other communities and fans from other towns attending local games. Students who play intramural sports this […]

U of I Recieves grant of Nearly $11M for Biomedical Research Modeling

August 13, 2020
The University of Idaho has received nearly $11 million in funding from the National Institute of Health to support continued modeling for biomedical research. The funding comes as phase 2 of 3 for The Center of Biomedical Research Excellence Grant received by the college back in 2015. During phase 1 […]

Disability Action Center Receives Grant to Expand Ramp Up Project

August 13, 2020
Disability Action Center (DAC) in Moscow has been awarded a $94,458 grant from the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation National Paralysis Resource Center 2020 Expanded Impact Grants Program. The grant will purchase aluminum modular ramp systems for temporary loans to people with paralysis until a more permanent ramp can be […]

Cheetah Electric Promotes Stuff the Bus and Public Health in Moscow

August 13, 2020
Join Cheetah Electric and their mascot as they help Kiwanis unload school supplies Friday, August 14th at 10 am at Staples in Moscow. You can also donate additional school supplies while at the event. Donations go to “Stuff the Bus” which provides much-needed school supplies to more than 2,000 students […]

8 New Cases of Coronavirus Have been Confirmed in Latah County

August 13, 2020
8 new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Latah County. The North-central District of Idaho Public Health reported the new cases Thursday, August 13th. No other information was released. That brings the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Latah County to 116. No one has died from coronavirus […]

1 New Case Of Coronavirus Confirmed In Whitman County

August 13, 2020
One new case of coronavirus has been confirmed in Whitman County.  Whitman County Public Health reports that the man is between 20 and 39 and is stable and self-isolating. This brings the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Whitman County to 127 since the pandemic began.  No one has […]

Washington Growers Expecting Bumper Crop Of Spring Wheat & Barley

August 13, 2020
Washington growers are expecting a bumper crop of spring wheat and barley this harvest.  The National Agricultural Statistics Service has issued its final harvest predictions based on August 1st conditions. Washington growers are expected to produce 122 million bushels of winter wheat up 3% from last year.  Washington winter wheat […]
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