Local school district levies pass

March 15, 2017
All the local school district levies on Tuesday’s ballot in Idaho passed.  The 1.9 million dollar levy in Potlatch barely passed with 52% of the vote.  A portion of that levy will be used for critical repairs to the high school in Potlatch and was a half a million dollars […]

Palouse River flooding forecast downgraded slightly

March 15, 2017
The Palouse River is causing minor flooding Wednesday morning before an expected crest and then a higher flood Thursday.  The Palouse in Potlatch is at just under 16 feet Wednesday morning, flood stage is 15 feet.  The river is predicted to crest Wednesday morning and recede a before rising again […]

Flooding on the Palouse

March 10, 2017
Paradise Creek in Moscow flooded overnight sending water into some homes and led to the evacuation of at least one resident. Moscow Volunteer Firefighters were called out to help with sandbagging and one resident was evacuated from their home. The City of Moscow has activated its incident command to deal […]

Increased Patrols Begin to Curb Drunk Driving for St. Patrick’s Day Holiday

March 9, 2017
The Idaho Transportation Department (IDT) joins the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in a statewide effort to curb alcohol induced accidents and fatalities. The St. Patrick’s Day holiday witnessed 30 drunk-driving fatalities in 2015 nationwide. Starting today, law enforcement agencies across Idaho will increase drunk driving emphasis patrols. IDT […]

Spring Break next week for local college students

March 9, 2017
It’s spring break getaway day Friday for local college students.  Washington State University and the University of Idaho will both be on spring break next week.  That means highways heading out of town will be extremely busy.  The Washington State Patrol is urging drives to slow down, make careful passes […]
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