UI Would Lose At Least Another 28 Million Dollars If Classes Moved Online This Year

The University of Idaho would lose at least another 28 million dollars in revenue if the institution moved to online instruction for the upcoming academic year. UI President Scott Green discussed the institution’s plans during a virtual town hall with employees on Tuesday. Green says the university remains committed to in-person classroom instruction this Fall …

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Idaho North Central District of Public Health Now Showing Over 55% of Cases as Recovered, Latah County Adds 10 New Cases Over the Weekend

LATAH COUNTY – The Idaho North Central District of Public Health reported a total of 10 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Latah County over the weekend, bringing the county total to 83. Of the 83 confirmed cases, 38 (45.7%) have recovered, and there have been zero deaths. Of those ten new cases, seven are …

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Local Political Signs Vandalized in Moscow

Moscow, Idaho— “It is just a common thing for conservative candidates to get their signs vandalized in our local elections,” said Gabriel Rench, who is running for Latah County Commissioner. Two political signs in support of Gabriel Rench’s campaign were vandalized last weekend, on July 26. The signs were defaced with derogatory language and pornographic …

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Homicides Increase In America’s Largest Cities

Big surprise!  Cities across America are seeing a drastic surge in homicides as hatred towards police is deepening nationwide. According to a Wall Street Journal study released Sunday, murders across America’s 50 biggest cities are up by 24 percent. This amounts to more than 3,600 murders in 2020 alone. The study collected data from cities nationwide, while …

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Group to protest UI’s strategy for fall opening

There is an online petition and a protest planned for Tuesday by a group of Moscow and Palouse region community members who prefer the University of Idaho hold online classes only for the fall semester because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Holly Kim, 33, of Lewiston, who is in the UI master’s program in accountancy, …

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WSU’s Hobbs among players threatening Pac-12 boycott

You can tell how concerned they are by the demands they make.  In threatening a boycott of the football season Sunday, a group of Pac-12 players characterized their demands in sweeping terms. According to one of them, Dallas Hobbs of Washington State, the most pressing need is for an assurance of safety amid the cononavirus …

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Moscow extends face mask order to early October

Unanimous council decision means residents must wear covering in public where social distancing cannot be maintained until Oct. 6 One woman said it is time to stop being afraid, and a high school student asked how long this nonsense is going to go on. Other residents thanked Moscow officials for following science. After a long …

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WATCH: BLM protestors crash church service, assault worshippers

A church service was interrupted at Grace Baptist Church in Troy, New York by a Black Lives Matter protest. The small worship service was underway when about ten or so protestors walked into the church and announced “black lives matter.” One masked protestor walked up to a man inside the church and showed her tattoo, …

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Congress’ Approval Drops to 18%, Trump’s Steady at 41%

  After hitting 20-year highs in AprilandMay, Americans’ approval of Congress continues itsdownward slide to 18%. The last time congressional approval was below 20% was in September 2019. Presidential Approval Rating Stable As Americans’ approval of Congress drops, President Donald Trump’s approval rating has been steady near 40% in June and July. Still, the current 41% remains well below the …

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U.S.: Snake River dams will not be removed to save salmon

What’s the chance that the violent environmentalists will just blow them up? From the AP:  SPOKANE — The U.S. government announced Friday that four huge dams on the Snake River in Washington will not be removed to help endangered salmon migrate to the ocean.The decision thwarts the desires of environmental groups that fought for two …

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Moscow’s Kalena Kendell: The reason I choose not to wear a mask

This article ran in today’s Moscow-Pullman Daily News.  She just poked the bear. The internet is littered with articles explaining why people are choosing to wear a mask and why some people choose not to wear a mask. Words like selfish, uneducated, compliant and freedom are being tossed around on both sides of the argument. …

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