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Evening Report – Fri., Oct 22, 2021 – Pullman School Board Dist. 4 Candidates

  • Pullman School Board Dist. 4 Candidates Nathan Roberts and Carolina Silva at Pullman League of Voters Forum.
  • Moscow City Council Candidates Hailey Lewis and Melissa Cline Speak on City Reaction to Covid Pandemic.
  • Idaho State Board of Education Votes to Let Students Opt out of Fees, Including Student Government.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Oct 21, 2021 – Moscow Council Candidates

  • Moscow City Council Candidates Talk About Mask Mandate During League of Women Voters Forum.
  • 3 New Covid Deaths in Whitman County, 1 in Latah County.
  • Washington Medical Commission Investigates Idaho Pathologist and new Central Health District Board Member Dr. Ryan Cole for Covid Care Recommendations.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Oct 20, 2021 – Federal Rental Assistance

  • Idaho May Lose Millions in Federal Covid Aid for Rental Assistance Because State Hasn’t Spent Enough.
  • State to Reimburse Reclaim Idaho and Committee to Protect & Preserve the Idaho Constitution Legal Fees after Losing Lawsuit Over Initiative Law.
  • UI Enrollment up 4.7%.
  • One New Covid Death in Latah County.
  • Candidates for Mayor Talk About Equity During League of Women Voters Forum.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Oct 19, 2021 – Pullman Council Candidate Francis Benjamin

  • Interview with Pullman City Council Candidate Francis Bemjamin.
  • Moscow Council Changes Closing Date on Sale of Current Police Station to UI Due to Supply Chain Issues.
  • Panhandle Health District Reports 17 New Covid Deaths.
  • Washington Hospitalizations Slowly Declining.
  • Idaho Land Board Rejects Proposal to Increase Below Market Grazing Fees on State Endowment Lands.
  • more.

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KRFP Evening Report – Mon., Oct 18, 2021 – WSU Fires Football Coach Rolovich Over Vaccine

  • Washington State University Fires Football Coach Nick Rolovich for Non-compliance with Washington’s Vaccination Mandate for Education Employees.
  • Democrats on Idaho Legislature’s Joint Finance Appropriations Committee Want Records from Lt. Gov. McGeachin’s Office Before They’ll Consider Request the State Pay $50,000 in Legal Fees from Open Records Law Case.
  • American Academy of Pediatrics Estimates about 500 Idaho Children have Lost Parents or Primary Caregivers to Covid.
  • 4 New Covid Deaths on Palouse Reported Friday.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Oct 15, 2021 – Inslee on Vaxxed Large Events / City Council Candidate Harmon

  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Imposes Vaccination Proof Rule for Indoor Events with More than 1000 People, Outdoor Events with More than 10,000 People Starting Mid-November.
  • Moscow City Council Candidate Steve Harmon, full interview.
  • 4 Latah County Covid Deaths in Last Week.
  • Far Right Legislator Tammy Nichols of Middleton Posts Meme Implying Violence Against Press, Education & Teachers’ Union.
  • Inslee & Murray to Plan for Eventual Dam Breaching.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Oct 14, 2021 – Council Candidates on Pandemic

  • Moscow Council Candidates on City Response to Pandemic’s Impact on Commerce.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Sees Improved Vaccination Rates.
  • Far Right Legislator Tammy Nichols of Middleton Posts Meme Implying Violence Against Press, Education & Teachers’ Union.
  • WSU Project to Help Future Pandemics.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed-10-13-21 – Pullman Low Income Housing & Homelessness

  • Pullman Council Hears Report on Community Action Center Programs to Support Low Income Housing and Homelessness.
  • 2 New Covid Deaths in Latah County, One New Death in Whitman County.
  • St. Alphonsus Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Steven Nemerson Says We’ve Lost the War Against Covid.
  • Member of Lieutenant Gov. Janice McGeachin’s Indoctrination in Education Task Force Dies of Covid.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Oct 12, 2021 – Smart Transit Modernization

  • Smart Transit to Receive Cares Act Money to Modernize Service.
  • Washington to Lose 2% – 5% of its Health Care Workforce Due to Vaccine Mandate.
  • Idaho Press Club Drops Contempt Motion Against Lt. Gov. McGeachin.
  • One New Covid Death in Whitman County.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Oct 11, 2021 – City Council Candidate Steve Harmon

  • Interview with Moscow City Council Candidate Steve Harmon.
  • Idaho Medical Association Wants State Medical Board to Investigate Newly-Installed Central Health District Board Member Dr. Ryan Cole who Calls Covid Vaccinations “Needle Rape.”
  • Whitman, Latah and Other Area Counties Still in “Exception Drought” Category.
  • Former Legislator Von Ehlinger Booked and Released on Ada County Rape Charge after Law Enforcement Returns Him to Idaho on Fugitive Warrant.
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