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Trick-or- Treating safety tips for Halloween night

Trick-or- Treating safety tips for Halloween night

From the City of Moscow:


Halloween is just around the corner and we all want it to be enjoyable for the children in our community.  The Moscow Police Department is passing on some safety precautions as a good reminder.

Personalized license plates celebrate 40 years

Personalized license plates celebrate 40 years

From the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife:

UI homecoming means changes for Moscow Farmer's Market

UI homecoming means changes for Moscow Farmer's Market

The University of Idaho Homecoming Parade will march down Main Street in Moscow on Saturday. Due to the parade, there will be several street closures and the Moscow Farmer's Market will be moved for the day.

To accommodate the parade, the Moscow Farmer's Market will set up shop in the Jackson Street Parking Lot on Saturday, September 28th. It will return to Main Street on October 5th. The following streets will be closed for the parade:

  • Main Street from "A" Street to 6th Street
  • 3rd Street from Washington to Jackson Street
  • 6th Street from Washington to Jackson Street
  • North Jackson Parking Lot from the 2 am to the end of the Moscow Farmer's Market.

The street closures are in effect from 9am through the end of the parade. All other posted parking restrictions will remain in effect during this period. All streets will be opened once the Parade has concluded.


 

DUI emphasis patrol nets more than 100 arrests

DUI emphasis patrol nets more than 100 arrests

News release from the Washington Traffic Safety Commission:

Increased patrols over the holiday weekend

Increased patrols over the holiday weekend

From the City of Moscow:

The Moscow Police Department, in conjunction with agencies throughout the state, is focusing their efforts to stop impaired drivers this Labor Day holiday period. Impaired drivers represent a risk to everyone on Idaho roadways.

The overarching goal of our Impaired Driving Patrols is to progress toward zero traffic fatalities on Idaho roadways. The Impaired Driving Patrols will take place from August 25th, 2013 through September 8th, 2013.

The results of drinking and driving are often tragic. Please consider the risks to yourself, your loved ones, and to other motorists. If your holiday celebration will involve alcohol, please designate a sober driver.

If you see a drunk driver or suspect a drunk driver please contact the nearest law enforcement agency.

Remember, your seatbelt represents your best chance for survival in a traffic accident…but only if it is used properly.

Please buckle up, drive sober, and have a safe holiday.

 

Safety tips as Moscow prepares to go back to school

Safety tips as Moscow prepares to go back to school

The streets around schools have been quiet this summer in Moscow, but with students set to begin class bright and early Wednesday morning the Moscow Police Department has some friendly reminders for every one on the road.

 

From the City of Moscow and the Moscow Police Department:

When Walking:

WSU introduces hybrid buses

WSU introduces hybrid buses

From WSU News:

Three hybrid buses will hit the streets as Washington State University students hit the books on Monday, Aug. 19, the first day of classes. Wrapped in the familiar Go Cougs design with a twist of green, the Pullman Transit gas-electric hybrids will be cleaner and quieter - and welcomed by neighbors and bus drivers alike.

 

"These buses are amazing, the easiest I’ve ever driven,” said Rod Thornton, manager of Pullman Transit. "They’re clean, quiet and smooth.”