Monthly Archives: September 2022

Evening Report – Fri., Sep 16, 2022 – Pullman’s Vacant Buildings

  • Pullman City Council Discusses Possible Vacant Building Ordinance.
  • Pullman Creates Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Committee.
  • New, Omicron-Specific Booster Available in Idaho.
  • Montana Health Officials Say They Will Defy Judge’s Order to Allow Transgender People to Change Their Birth Certificates.
  • Republican State Senate Candidate in Boise to Use West Ada School for Campaign Fundraising Event in Violation of State Campaign Law.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 15, 2022 – Bundy Campaign Fund

  • Ammon Bundy Used Governor’s Race Campaign Money to Pay Law Firm Representing Him in Trespassing Case.
  • Boise Working with Salt Lake City to Revive Passenger Rail Service.
  • Pullman Region Hospital Launches Campaign for $25.7 Million Bond Issue.
  • Avian Flu Reported in Southern Idaho.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Sep 14, 2022 – Vacant Buildings

  • Pullman Council Discusses Vacant Building Ordinances.
  • Idaho School Districts Switching to 4-Day Per Week Schedules to Attract More Teacher Applicants.
  • Seattle Teachers Vote to Suspend Strike.
  • Idaho Revenue Under Projections for August.
  • Split Between Idaho Libertarian Party’s Left and Right Factions Causes 1st District Congressional Candidate to Withdraw.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 13, 2022 – UI/Moscow City Street Maintenance Agreement

  • Moscow Recommends Updated Street Maintenance Contract with UI.
  • Sanitation Truck Driver Shortages Causes Gap in Moscow Trash Pick-Up.
  • Gov. Brad Little Signs Letter Opposing Student Loan Debt Cancellation.
  • Pullman Council to Discuss Funding Water Decant Facility.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Sep 12, 2022 – Moscow Bike Amenities

  • Moscow Committee Recommends Changes to City’s 2016 Bike Route & Facilities Plan.
  • Heavy Smoke Likely to Leave Tomorrow.
  • Someone’s Stealing Kenworthy Non Profit Theater’s Sign Letters.
  • Washington Covid Home Test Results Can Be Reported to Health Officials On-Line.
  • Boise Pride Goes On Despite Pushback.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 9, 2022 – Palouse Water Sources

  • Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee Presentation to Moscow City Council on Water Sources for the Palouse (full audio)
  • Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry Executive Director Alex LeBeau Blasts Republican Party Chair Dorothy Moon for her Campaign to End Support for Boise Pride Festival.
  • 4th District Judge Finds Ammon Bundy and Diego Rodriguez in Contempt for Not Showing Up for Hearing in St. Luke’s Hospital Lawsuit.
  • Gov. Inslee Announces Covid Emergency Will End October 31st.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 8, 2022 – Moon Targets Boise Pride

  • Boise Pride Cancels Kids Drag Performance After Republican Party Chair Dorothy Moon Issues Call to Action for Pride Sponsors to Withdraw Support.
  • Idaho Legislature Asks Federal Judge Winmill to Reconsider His Ruling Last Month to Enjoin State from Enforcing Part of Full Abortion Ban Law That Forbids Doctors from Performing Abortions in Cases Where Mother’s Health is Seriously at Risk.
  • Avista Wants 9% Increase in Natural Gas Prices for Idaho and Washington.
  • Tributes Roll in for Community Advocate and Black Lens Publisher Sandy Williams of Spokane who Was One of 10 People Who Died in Puget Sound Float Plane Crash.
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Evening Report – Wed., Sep 7, 2022 – PBAC’s Recommended Water Supply

  • Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee Describes Recommended Water Supply Plan for Moscow/Pullman Area.
  • Reclaim Idaho Takes Removes Quality in Education Initiative from November Ballot.
  • Teen Activists Shiva Rajbhandari Wins Boise School Board Seat.
  • Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra Proposed Education Budget.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 6, 2022 – Giant Windmill Blades

  • Trucks to Bring 80 Late Night Loads of Giant 325-Foot Long Windmill Blades Through Moscow starting Wednesday, Causing Temporary Closure of US 95 South of Moscow and Parking Restrictions Near Downtown.
  • 2 Large Wildfires in Central Idaho Grow Over Weekend.
  • School Staff Shortages in Southern Idaho.
  • New Vandal Recovery on UI Campus is New Offshoot of Latah Recovery Center.
  • Court Documents Shed Light on Excessive Force Accusations Against Caldwell Police Officer.
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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 2, 2022 – Omnibus Bill Idaho House Debate

  • Idaho House Debate on Special Session Tax Reduction and Education Bill.
  • Biden’s Soul of America Speech.
  • Spokane Police Convicted of Raping Crime Victims On Duty.
  • Micron Wants to Build $15 Billion Chip Factory in Boise.
  • Moscow Police Start University of Idaho Cadet Program.
  • more.

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