Monthly Archives: June 2021

Evening Report – Wed., Jun 30, 2021 – Indoctrination Task Force Member Out of a Job

  • Indoctrination Task Force Member Isaac Moffett’s Job as Middle School Principal Cut Short.
  • Biden Snubs Idaho and Montana Governors, Not Invited to On-Line Wildfire Preparedness Meeting with Other Western Governors.
  • Avista Using Rolling Black Outs Because of Heat’s Strain on Power Grids.
  • more

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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 29, 2021 – UI Police Station Purchase

  • Moscow Committee Supports Idea of Selling Current Police Station Building to UI for Art Gallery & Vandal Store for $975,000.
  • State Board of Education Drafts and Gives Initial Approval to Higher Ed Diversity and Inclusion Policy.
  • Idaho Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Case Challenging New Restrictive Initiative Law.
  • Ammon Bundy Trespassing Trial Starts.
  • Moscow City Staff Ask to Rearrange Parks Dept. Positions Due to Staffing Shortage.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 28, 2021 – Central District Health Board

  • Ada County Commission Will Not Give Nationally Recognized PhD Another Term on Health District Board Due to His Efforts to Stop Covid-19 Deaths.
  • Idaho Public TV Responds to Rep. Priscilla Giddings Accusation of Audio Sabotage of Indoctrination Task Force Meeting by Noting Giddings or Lt. Gov. McGeachin Were at the Sound Panel when Audio Went Dead.
  • Confusion & Fear among Washington Tenants and Landlords as Gov. Inslee’s Eviction Moratorium Bridge Rules Unclear So Far.
  • Cooling Shelters in Moscow & Pullman.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 25, 2021 – Washington Vaccinations, Evictions

  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee and Health Secretary Dr. Umair Shah on Vaccinations & Evictions (full press conference).
  • Moscow School District Budget Recovers $300,000 Lost Due to Holdbacks.
  • Lt. Gov. McGeachin’s Task Force is White Non-Teachers Talking about How to Teach About Racism without Input from Teachers or People of Color.
  • Idaho Health & Welfare to Analyze More Positive Covid Tests for Variants.
  • UI Considers Purchasing Old Moscow Police Station for Vandal Store and Art Gallery.
  • more.

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Thu., Jun 24, 2021 – Eviction Bridge Program

  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Announces Eviction Bridge Program to Start After Eviction Moratorium Expires July 1st.
  • Most Unvaccinated Idahoans Have Stopped Wearing Masks in Public.
  • Idaho Officials Trying to Increase Confidence in Vaccinations.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 23, 2021 – Citizens Climate Lobby

  • Judy Meuth of Citizens Climate Lobby of the Palouse Presents to Pullman City Council.
  • Lawsuit: Big City Coffee Wants $10 Million from Boise State University for “Extreme Social Justice Agenda”.
  • Shoshone Nation Northwest Band Sues Idaho for Denying Hunting Rights Under Fort Bridger Treaty.
  • WSU Elson S. Floyd School of Medicine Fully Accredited.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue, Jun 22, 2021 – Moscow Body Cams

  • Moscow Police Chief James Fry on Body Cameras after 2 Months’ Use.
  • Idaho Vaccinations Now Over 50% for At Least One Dose.
  • Dept. of Energy Awards $6.4 Million Dollar Cleanup Contract for INL.
  • Whitman County to Spend $9.7 Million in American Rescue Plan Act Money.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 21, 2021 – Risch Criticizes Biden BLM Nominee Over Tree-Spiking

  • US Sen. Jim Risch Says National Wildlife Federation Director Tracy Stone-Manning Should be Disqualified as Biden’s Bureau of Land Management Director Nominee Due to 1989 Tree-Spiking Letter.
  • Portland Police Riot Squad Resigns En Mass Because Multnomah County Grand Jury Indicted One of Their Own for Police Brutality During 2020 Black Lives Matter Protests.
  • Idaho Higher Ed Enrollment Down 5000.
  • Reclaim Idaho Starts Collecting Signatures for Quality Education Ballot Initiative.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 18, 2021 – Christ Church Abuse Allegations

  • Sex Abuse / Rape in Marriage Reports in Moscow’s Christ Church Community from Survivor Advocates.
  • The Plight of Indigenous Women – Full Moscow League of Women Voters Forum.
  • Indigenous Nimiipuu Protecting the Environment Activist Gary Dorr on Keystone XL Pipeline Cancellation.
  • Gov. Little to Send Idaho State Police to Southern Border with Mexico.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 17, 2021 – Portland Protest Police Brutality Indictment

  • Multnomah Co. Grand Jury Indicts Police Officer for Assault Against Journalist in Last Year’s Black Lives Matter Protests.
  • Gov. Brad Little Announces 4-Hours Paid Leave for State Employees who Get Vaccinated.
  • Fire Officials Expect Severe Drought Conditions in Idaho, While Will Compete with Other Dry Western States for Fire Crews.
  • State Board of Education Drops College Entrance Exam Requirement for High School Seniors.
  • Latah County Dept. of Motor Vehicles Deals with Backlog.
  • more.

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