Monthly Archives: August 2022

Evening Report – Wed., Aug 31, 2022 – Von Ehlinger Sentenced

  • Judge in Ada County Sentences Former Republican Rep. Aaron Von Ehlinger to 20 Years in Prison for Rape, 8 Years Fixed.
  • Spokane County Judge Rejects Request for Harsher Sentence for District Judge Scott Gallina of Clarkston, Convicted of Workplace Sexual Harassment at Asotin County Courthouse.
  • Oregon Joins California and Washington in Opposing Federal Permit for Canadian Company’s Natural Gas Pipeline Between Idaho Panhandle and California.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 30, 2022 – Corps Orders Work to Stop on US 95 Widening

  • US Army Corps of Engineers Tells Idaho Transportation Dept. to Stop Work on US Highway 95’s 4-Lane Construction and Realignment Project South of Moscow due to Wetland Concerns.
  • 3-Judge Panel in Georgia says Federal Contractors in Idaho Do not Have to Comply with Biden Administration’s Vaccine Mandate.
  • Idaho Students First PAC Withdraws Support for Boise School Board Incumbent Steve Schmidt over Handling of Extremist Group Endorsement.  Teen Activist Shiva Rajbhandari is Running against Schmidt in Election Tuesday, Sept. 6th.
  • Nez Perce Clearwater National Forest Officials Say at Least 18 Wildfires are Burning in Area, and ‘Sleeper Fires’ May be Undetected.
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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 29, 2022 – Special Session Co-Sponsors

  • Gov. Brad Little has Lined up Majority of House, Senate, plus Taxation Committees as Co-Sponsors of His Single Special Session Bill.
  • Boise State University Political Science Professors Sexist Comments Cause Firestorm Behind the Scenes, But BSU Is Mostly Silent.
  • Federal Magistrate Declines to Issue an Injunction Against Idaho’s Wolf Killing Law Targeting 90% of State’s Estimated 1500 Wolves.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Announces Washington Will Follow California’s Lead and Require Virtually All New Car Sales to by Electric, Hybrid or Hydrogen by 2035.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Aug 27, 2022 – Special Session / Trigger Law Stay Arguments

  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little Announces Special Session (Press Conference).
  • Arguments in US District Court in Boise on Idaho’s Complete Ban Abortion Trigger Law.
  • Far Right Censorship Group Endorses Shiva Rajmandari’s Opponent in Boise School Board Race.
  • Islee, Murray: Dam Breaching “Not An Option Right Now”.
  • Washington and US Dept. of Energy Sign Agreement on Wait to Remove Nuclear Waste in Single-Walled Hanford Tank.
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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 25, 2022 – Reactions to Judge Winmill’s Order

  • Idaho House Republican Caucus Calls Judge Winmill Decision on Idaho Abortion Law “Wrong,” Democrats Call for Republicans to Drop Opposition to Justice Department’s Efforts to Block the “Cruel, Poorly Written Law.”
  • Judge Rules No New Trial for Convicted Rapist and Former Republican Legislator Aaron Von Ehlinger of Lewiston.
  • 26 Oregon Counties Likely to Vote on Whether to Block Psilocybin Treatment State Voters Approved in 2020.
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Evening Report – Wed., Aug 24, 2022 – Idaho Abortion Ban Stayed

  • Federal Judge B. Lynn Winmill Grants Preliminary Injunction Enjoining Idaho from Enforcing Part of Full Abortion Ban Trigger Law Pertaining to Health of the Mother in Emergency Situations.
  • Democrat Says Gov. Brad Little Listened to Them When Proposing $410 Million Dollar Annual Increase in Education Funding, $330 Million for K-12 & $80 Million for Higher Ed.
  • Pullman Public Works Director Sean Kohtz Proposes 4.5% Utility Rate Increase Due to Inflation.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends Approval of Edington Subdivision Plat for South Side of City on 27 Acres Owned by Christ Church Elder Andrew Crapuchettes.
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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 23, 2022 – Little Calls Special Session

  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little Calls Special Legislative Session Sept. 1st to Give Tax Breaks, Rebates and to Fund Education.
  • Arguments in US District Court in Boise on Motion to Stay Idaho’s Full Abortion Ban Trigger Law.
  • Moscow Public Works Committee Recommends Approval of Logos School Construction Conditional Use Permit Amendment.
  • Moscow Public Works Committee Recommends Approval of $168,800 Contract to Finish Paradise Path Lighting Project.
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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 22, 2022 – Federal Court Abortion Arguments

  • Federal Judge B. Lynn Winmill Will Make a Decision by Wednesday Whether to Stay Part of Idaho’s Abortion Trigger Law Pertaining to Emergency Rooms at Hospitals with Medicare Funding.
  • Attorneys Say Even if Winmill Stays Part of the Law, It will Supercede Idaho’s Other Anti-Abortion Laws.
  • First Case of Anaplasmosis Disease, Caused by Ticks, in Washington.
  • 3 New Covid Deaths in Nez Perce County Last Week.
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Evening Report – Fri., Aug 19, 2022 – Stories of Fire

  • Renfrew Colloquium: Narratives and Science Communication.
  • Some Republican Legislators Who Voted for Idaho Abortion Trigger Law Now Want it Changed with Exception for When A Woman’s Health Is In Danger.
  • Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee Says Treatment and Distribution from South Fork Palouse River and Paradise Creek is Preferred Alternative.
  • Salmon Endangered Species Status Update.
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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 18, 2022 – Deary Post Office

  • Deary Residents Upset at Lack of Post Office.
  • Book Banning Attempt at Meridian Library.
  • US Solicitor General and Boise Native Elizabeth Barchas Prelogar to Give UI Law School Bellwood Lecture in Moscow September 7th.
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