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Many consumers across the United States will likely wait days, if not weeks, to re-sponsor their favorite restaurants and hotels once closed orders are canceled, according to a new study from Washington State University. Almost 48% of survey respondents said they would wait between one and three months before dining out with a friend and over 60% would wait at least three months before traveling and staying overnight at the hotel. … The Moscow Farmers Market will delay its opening due to the coronavirus pandemic, but an online ordering and drive-through platform launched this week will help fill the void felt by sellers and customers in the market. People can order produce and other items online from vendors at the farmer’s market and pick up their orders from the Moscow City Hall parking lot during the market’s season, which ends in October, said Amanda Argona, head of the markets. community events in Moscow.
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Chief Lester Erwin’s interest in the fire service was first sparked when he was a young boy. Erwin said he would watch the crews load into their engines and often follow the trucks if the call was near. As he got older, Erwin stopped chasing fire trucks with bikes and started following in his car. During one such excursion, the Whitman County 12 Rural Fire District chief spotted Erwin and asked him why he hadn’t just volunteered for the department. Erwin didn’t need to be convinced. … The sounds of “O was a happy sound to hear” and “In the name of Jesus” echoed throughout the Church of the Nazarene as hundreds watched the Class of 2016 New Saint Andrews College graduate and move on to a new chapter in their life. The 19th Annual New Saint Andrews saw five graduates earn associate’s degrees in Liberal Arts and Culture, 31 graduates received Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Culture, and eight more graduated with Masters in theology and letters. .
Teacher Shanti Scutt-Norman led a class of eighth graders by creating a 4 by 8 art episode to place in a hallway near the library at Lincoln Middle School. It’s a tribute to the school, and it was designed by students from last semester. Groups of teenagers would grout, break glass, and use a hammer and chisel to adjust the placement of the glass. Pieces of blue, green, yellow and transparent glass are glued to wooden panels to create the image of a Spartan, the school mascot. … Local officials and other interested parties came together to refine their understanding of the plan proposed by Imperial Oil / ExxonMobil to ship approximately 60 oversized loads of oil refinery equipment from the Port of Lewiston to the oil sands project site of Kearl in Alberta, Canada. Public Works Director Les MacDonalds said the discussion, hosted by the city at City Hall, was a way for officials and other leaders to ask questions and voice concerns about the issues. technical aspects of the plan, including security concerns for residents of Moscow and its utilities.