Princeton, IDMoscow-Pullman Daily News

Barn raising, barbecue today in Princeton is designed to help veterans

The University of Idaho’s veteran-oriented farming and gardening program, Harvest Heroes, has partnered with a local farm to offer an educational “Barn Raisin’ and BBQ” in Princeton, starting at 11 a.m. today. Veterans of any branch of the U.S. military are invited to McClain’s Meadows Veteran Farm to help raise...
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Moscow, IDmoscow.id.us

Final Motor-In Moscow Farmers Market Set for June 26

Due to low participation from both vendors and customers, the Motor-In Moscow Farmers Market program will be discontinued as of June 26. The final ordering period to use this service will be from 9 am Tue., Jun. 22 to 9 a.m. Thu., Jun. 24 with order pick-up at the 4th Street cul-de-sac on Sat., Jun. 26 from 8 to 10 am.
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Moscow Pullman Daily News

Alaska confirms direct flights to Boise

Alaska Airlines announced Thursday it will provide nonstop flights between Boise and the Palouse starting in August. The airline will offer daily direct flights between the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport and Boise five days a week. There have not been direct flights between Boise and the Palouse for at least a decade, and Boise flights from Lewiston’s airport were canceled in 2018. The new schedule will begin Aug. 17.
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Lewiston, IDPosted by
Lewiston Tribune

Seeking some disruption

Like his political idol Donald Trump, Ed Humphreys holds a special place in his heart for America’s oilfields. Growing up in Colorado under “meager circumstances,” Humphreys said, the opportunity to work as a roughneck in Western oilfields taught him the value of hard labor. It also gave him the financial resources to improve his standard of living, get a college education and pursue the American Dream.
EnvironmentKXLY

Hundreds without power as spring storm hits the Inland Northwest

SPOKANE, Wash. — Hundreds of people across the Inland Northwest are without power due to a spring storm that hit the region late Monday night. According to Avista, more than 1,300 customers are without power. Inland Power and Light is reporting nearly 1oo outages. COPYRIGHT 2021 BY KXLY. ALL RIGHTS...
Orofino, IDclearwatertribune.com

Yard Sale

June 17 – 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.; June 18 – 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; June 19 – 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 430 Wells Lane, Orofino. Lots of treasures, sports equipment, camping & fishing, furniture, guy stuff, crafts gardening.
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Moscow, IDPosted by
Moscow Pullman Daily News

Labor market analytics leaders Emsi, Burning Glass merge, will remain committed to Moscow

Moscow’s Emsi and Boston-based Burning Glass Technologies announced Monday they are merging to create a leading labor analytics firm. The combined company will be called Emsi Burning Glass and will be led by Burning Glass CEO Matt Sigelman, with Andrew Crapuchettes, former CEO of Emsi, serving as a strategic adviser to the board of directors, according to a news release from Emsi Burning Glass.
Bonner County, IDBonner County Daily Bee

BCEDC announces executive director search

The Bonner County Economic Development Corporation is seeking a full-time executive director to help shape the future of business in North Idaho. Standing at the intersection between governments, small businesses and large employers, Bonner County EDC officials said the organization aims to help the community meet the demands of an ever-evolving economy. The organization assists businesses at every stage of expansion, relocation to North Idaho and government approval. For local Main Street businesses, the EDC connects them to the resources they need to thrive, officials said in a press release.
Lewiston, IDLewiston Morning Tribune

Pullman-Boise flights are a go

Alaska Airlines announced Thursday it will provide nonstop flights between Boise and the Palouse beginning mid-August. The airline will offer daily direct flights between the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport and Boise five days a week starting Aug. 17. There have not been direct flights between Boise and the Palouse for at least a decade, and Boise flights from Lewiston’s airport were canceled in 2018.
Orofino, IDkoze.com

U of I to offer forestry programs in Orofino this month

The University of Idaho, through its Clearwater County Extension Office, will offer two programs this month for rural landowners and people interested in forestry. The first workshop will be held from 6-8:30 p.m. June 24th at the Best Western Plus Lodge at River’s Edge in Orofino. The workshop, which costs $10 per person, will introduce landowners to the basic principles of wildlife management and biodiversity conservation. It also will cover specific habitat requirements and preferences of some popular local wildlife species.
Moscow, IDMoscow-Pullman Daily News

Letters to the Editor

As business owners in Moscow for almost 25 years, we have never experienced such rude and disrespectful behavior as we have this past week. As always, our first responsibility is the safety of our staff, our customers, and ourselves, and as such we have continued to kindly ask our customers to wear a mask in our shop.
Spokane, WASpokane Journal of Business

Inland Northwest banks, credit unions keep branching out

Last month, Richland, Washington-based Gesa Credit Union opened a new branch in Spokane Valley located at 13506 E. 32nd. Meanwhile, Numerica Credit Union of Spokane Valley is about two months into a complete overhaul of a branch located at 303 E. Lyons in North Spokane and will soon refurbish its South Hill branch at 2202 E. 29th.
Coeur D'alene, IDCoeur d'Alene Press

In North Idaho, property values outpace insurance policies

COEUR d’ALENE — How much does it cost to protect a home or business?. As property values continue to skyrocket in North Idaho, many insurance policies aren’t keeping up with the true replacement cost of homes and commercial buildings — whether property owners realize it or not. Most home insurance...
Moscow, IDLewiston Morning Tribune

Emsi to merge with Boston analytics software firm

Moscow’s Emsi and Boston-based Burning Glass Technologies announced Monday it is merging to create a leading labor analytics firm. The combined company will be called Emsi Burning Glass and will be led by Burning Glass CEO Matt Sigelman, with Andrew Crapuchettes, former CEO of Emsi, serving as a strategic adviser to the board of directors, according to a news release from Emsi Burning Glass.
clearwatertribune.com

Managing for forest resilience

The north-central Idaho forests face many stressors and agents of change such as root disease, bark beetles, climate change, wildfire, high stand densities, simplified forest structures and age compositions, and altered species composition. This program will look at forest management approaches that can address multiple stressors and change agents simultaneously while providing additional economic and ecological benefits.
Public HealthSpokane Journal of Business

Vax On, Mask Off: Employers adapt to mask rules, vaccination monitoring

Employers find themselves treading a narrow path when it comes to confirming employee vaccination status while keeping within state guidelines, some employer representatives here say. As employees return to the workplace in increasing numbers, employers are balancing employee safety with the most basic aspects of employment law. Jennifer Hanson, legal...
Orofino, IDLewiston Morning Tribune

Forestry workshops offered in Orofino

OROFINO — The University of Idaho Extension Office of Clearwater County is offering two programs for rural landowners and people interested in forestry. The first workshop will be held from 6-8:30 p.m. June 24 at the Best Western Plus Lodge at River’s Edge at 615 Main St. in Orofino. The workshop, which costs $10 per person, will introduce landowners to the basic principles of wildlife management and biodiversity conservation. It also will cover specific habitat requirements and preferences of some popular local wildlife species.