Monthly Archives: March 2021

Evening Report – Wed., Mar 31, 2021 – Vaccine Availability

  • Gov. Inslee Says All 16 Years Old and Over Will Be Eligible for Vaccines Starting Mon., April 15th.
  • Idaho Vaccine Supply May Outstrip Demand in 4 Weeks.
  • Whitman County May Consider Writing Its Own Drug Laws After Washington Supreme Court Throws Out State Felony Possession Law.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 30, 2021 – Covid Costs / Vaccination Rates

  • 74% of Pullman Memorial Hospital Staff Vaccinated.
  • Two-Week Covid Break at Idaho Legislature to Cost Taxpayers $318,000.
  • Covid Surge in Whitman County Over the Weekend.
  • Washington House Passes Ban on Open-Carry at Protests.
  • Pullman Residents at Meeting Want Black Lives Matter Theme for Public Art.
  • Moscow Board of Adjustment Rejects Cell Tower at Nazerene Church.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Mar 29, 2021 – Pushback Against Racism

  • Idaho Human Rights Activists Who Worked for Decades React to Idaho Freedom Foundation’s Agenda Against Teaching that Racism and Sexism Still Exist.
  • Idaho 97 Project Launched.
  • Federal Agencies Complete 5-Year Idaho National Laboratory Review Required by Cecil Andrus’ 1991 Settlement.
  • Whitman County Health Issues Warning about Social Gatherings After Case Surge.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Mar 26, 2021 – 3 Ft. Physical Distance

  • Gov. Inslee Says Schools Can Move to 3 Feet Physical Distancing Rather Than 6 Feet.
  • League of Women Voters on the For the People Act (HR1) and The Voting Rights Advancement Act (HR4).
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Mar 25, 2021 – Christ Church Arrestees Sue City

  • 3 Sue City of Moscow Over Sept. 23rd Arrests at Christ Church-Organized Anti-Mask Protest That Threatened to Become Spreader Event.
  • North Central Idaho Health District Now Allowing Those Over 16 to Schedule Vaccinations.
  • Moscow School District Delays 5-Day In-Person Classes.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Mar 24, 2021 – Idaho Vaccine Expansion

  • Gov. Little Announces All Idaho Residents Will be Eligible to Schedule Vaccination Appointments Beginning Mon., April 5th.
  • Panhandle Health District Lowers Vaccine Age to 16 Starting Today.
  • Ada County Cancels Jury Trials Do To Covid Outbreak.
  • Spokane New Cases Plateau, Meaning They Have Stopped Declining.
  • Pullman Revenue Higher Than Expected.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 23, 2021 – Large Moscow Events

  • Moscow Events Coordinator Looks Ahead to Large Event Possibilities this Summer.
  • Gov. Little Wants to Use Idaho’s Surplus for Big One-Time Projects.
  • Spokane City Council Recognizes Tribal Ancestral Stewards of Spokane Falls.
  • Governor Jay Inslee Moves All Counties to Phase 3.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Mar 22, 2021 – Moscow Aquifer Monitoring Well

  • City Moves Forward with Idaho Department of Water Resources Proposal to Drill Monitoring Well at Mountain View Park.
  • Developers Move to Annex Large Tract of Christ Church Deacon Andrew Crapuchettes’ Land South of Moscow for Major Housing Development.
  • Idaho Freedom Foundation Supporters in Legislature Take Advantage of Covid-Related Absences to Introduce Anti Social Justice Bill to Censor Education about Nation’s Racist and Sexist History.
  • House Education Committee Last Week Passed Rep. Ehardt’s Bill Requiring Parental Permission for Student Club Involvement.
  • Bill in Washington Legislature Would Require More Hospital Transparency.
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Evening Report – Fri., Mar 19, 2021 – Idaho Legislature Shuts Down

  • Covid-19 Outbreak at Capitol Shuts Down Idaho Legislature Until Tuesday, April 6th.
  • Interview with Senator David Nelson of Moscow.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Expands Vaccinations, Extends Eviction Moratorium.
  • US Army Corps of Engineers Approves Wetland Destruction Permit for Widened US 95 Segment Over Paradise Ridge.
  • Water Use Down on the Palouse Due to Covid-19.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Mar 18, 2021 – Local Teacher Certification Killed

  • Idaho Senate Education Committee Kills Bill Allowing Local School Boards to Certify Almost Anyone As A Teacher.
  • House Debate on Increasing Tax Relief Contained Misleading Info About Idaho Tax Brackets.
  • House Rejects Rep. Von Ehlinger’s Bill Requiring Supermajority Vote of the People to Approve Public Art Projects.
  • 5th Idaho Lawmaker Tests Positive for Covid-19.
  • Pullman Chamber Director Says Local Businesses Having Trouble Keeping Staff Due to Lagging Vaccinations.
  • more.

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