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Free Summer Movies at the University of Idaho to Begin Friday, June 18

MOSCOW - Classic throwbacks, suspenseful action and comedies will be center stage at the University of Idaho during this year’s FREE 2021 Summer Cinema event. The Department of Student Involvement, in conjunction with Administrative Operations and Auxiliary Services, has scheduled a FREE movie series this summer. Half of the movies will be shown as a part of the Screen on the Green series on the Theophilus Tower Lawn; the other half at the Moscow Drive-In at the ASUI-Kibbie Activity Center parking lot (Lot 57).
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Moscow, IDShoshone News Press

Silver Valley scholars make U of I 2021 Spring Semester Dean’s List

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Orofino, IDLewiston Morning Tribune

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Nezperce Will Send Fifteen Boys and Girls to University of Idaho Today.

Nezperce, June 14. — Members of the boys’ and girls’ clubs of the Nezperce community to the number of 15 will leave tomorrow morning for Moscow to attend club short course at the University of Idaho, which starts with a reception and program at the Moscow Methodist church tomorrow evening. The course will last until June 22 and will include lectures and demonstrations, stock judging, sports and picnics. A joint picnic Thursday with the clubs of Washington State college will be a feature.
Moscow, IDPosted by
Moscow Pullman Daily News

A class with ‘undeniable grit’

After a school year disrupted by a global pandemic, 164 Moscow High School graduates received their diplomas Friday evening, celebrating success in the face of uncertain and shifting school schedules and instructional methods, among other challenges. Ahead of the ceremony, graduate Ashlin Havelin, who was born and raised in Moscow...
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Lewiston, IDLewiston Morning Tribune

Lewiston student to compete in preliminaries of national spelling bee on Saturday

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Latah County, IDuiargonaut.com

UI lifts mask mandate while vaccination rates remain low

On May 17, President Scott Green announced that face masks would be lifted at the University of Idaho in response to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. The CDC stated that fully vaccinated people can continue normal activities without wearing face coverings and social distancing if these standards are not required by local regulations.
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Moscow High School graduate’s music career takes off

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Kootenai, IDCoeur d'Alene Press

NIC responds to complaint

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North Idaho's Merit Scholars

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Learning outside

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Saint Maries, IDSaint Maries Gazette-Record

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