Spokane, Washington: 96 miles NW
Bovill, Idaho: 11 miles E
Elk River, Idaho: 28 miles E
Clarkia, Idaho: 26 miles NE
Kendrick, Idaho: 16 miles SW
Juliaetta, Idaho: 20 miles SW
Troy, Idaho: 12 miles W
Genesee, Idaho: 32 miles SW
Palouse, Washington: 32 miles NW
Potlatch, Idaho: 22 miles NW
St. Maries, Idaho: 54 miles N
Rolling Hills of the Palouse
Idaho, with a population of 1,754,208 (2018 Census), earned its statehood on July 3rd, 1890. Boise is the state capital.
For more information about Idaho government, please navigate to their website.
Latah County Courthouse (1889-1958)
Latah County, in the northern Idaho Panhandle, along with Whitman County, Washington to the immediate West, constitute the Palouse region. Known for the rolling farm fields, the Palouse produces a large share of the nation's wheat, barley, oats, lentils, and peas. There are two major universities in the Palouse region: the University of Idaho in Moscow and Washington State University in Pullman, Washington.
Incorporated cities of Latah County include Bovill, Deary, Genesee, Juliaetta, Kendrick, county seat Moscow, Onaway, Potlatch, and Troy. Unincorporated communities include Avon, Cedar Creek, Farmington, Harvard, Helmer, Howell, Joel, Princeton, and Viola.
For more information on Latah County, please visit their website.