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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.
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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 7, 2021 – “Indoctrination” Task Force

  • Idaho School Boards Association President-Elect Jason Knopp Quits Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s Indoctrination in Education Task Force.
  • Indoctrination Task Force Won’t Release Public Comments Sent to Them.
  • Supporters of New Boundary County Landowner Owen Benjamin, Whose Building “Ruby Ridge Style Compound,” Intimidate Journalist Who Reported on Them.
  • Avista Wildfire Resiliency Plan Manager Says Utility Won’t Use Preventative Blackouts to Prevent Fires.
  • Melissa Sue Robinson of Canyon County to Run for Idaho Governor on Anti-Fascist Platform.
  • Moscow Council to Vote on Annexing Massive 235-Acre Parcel.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 4, 2021 – Avista’s Paul Kimmell & Clearwater Power’s Bob Pierce

  • Paul Kimmell of Avista & Bob Pierce of Clearwater Power Discuss Clean Energy.
  • Idaho Supreme Court Schedules Hearing on Reclaim Idaho’s Lawsuit Over New Initiative Signature Requirement Law.
  • Rep. Tammy Nichols Conducts Facebook 2nd to 8th Graders on History in Patriotism in Tandem with Social Justice Witch Hunt.
  • Survey of Schools show’s Half of Idaho’s Coronavirus Cases in K-12 Age Children Not Reported to Health Dept.
  • more.

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Evening Report- Mon., May 18, 2021 – Moscow Mask Emergency Ends

  • Moscow City Council Ends Emergency Mask Order After Nearly 11 Months.
  • After Idaho Legislature Passed Bill Requiring Legislative Approval for any Federal Covid Relief Allocations, Lawmakers Leave Millions in Federal Money Unclaimed.
  • Gov. Little Vetos Bill Requiring Initiative Signers be in Idaho When They Sign.
  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Signs Climate Commitment Act.
  • Washington Natural Resources Dept. Says Labor Day Babb Road Fire, Which Took Out Most of Malden & Pine City, Started by Dry Branch Touching Avista Power Line.
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Evening Report – Fri., May 29, 2020 – Pullman City Hall AV / Fire Regimes

  • Pullman Council Votes 4-3 to Spend $141,000 on AV System for New City Hall as City Faces Covid Deficit.
  • Avista Wildfire Resiliency Planning Manager David James and UI Rangeland & Fire Sciences Professor Crystal Kolden Discuss Major Fire Risks in Australia and Northern Rockies.
  • Spokane County has Highest Number of New Corona Virus Cases in a Day Thursday.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Nov 22, 2019 – Mastery Based Education

  • Moscow School Board Hears from Parents & Patrons Concerned about Mastery Based Education System (extended coverage).
  • Oregon Public Employee Pensions Invested in Spyware Firm.
  • Abortion Protests & Counterprotests at EWU.
  • Warming Shelter Delay in Spokane.
  • Avista & Washington Regulators Tentatively Agree on Power Bill Hike.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 12, 2019 – Fire Trucks

  • Moscow Moves Forward with Plan to Sell 2 Fire Engines to Rural Fire Districts for $1 Each.
  • Trump Approves Disaster Declaration for North-Central Idaho due to April Floods.
  • Crapo & Simpson Introduce Legislation to Split 9th Circuit Court.
  • Oregon Senate Approves Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban.
  • Oregon House Passes Bill to Allow Sale of Oregon Pot to Out-of-State Markets.
  • Avista Wants to Increase Idaho Electricity Rates 3.5%.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 24, 2019 – EMF Exposure Pt. 2

  • Bill Cadwallader Talk on Electromagnetic Exposure from “Smart Meters” to Moscow Sustainable Environment Commission Pt. 2.
  • Employee of Rep. Matt Shea Invokes Bloodshed for Against the Creation of 51st State Called “Liberty.”
  • Slice & Biscuit Stops Carrying Beer from Iron Goat & Paradise Creek Breweries in Response to New Collaborative Beer that Will Support Planned Parenthood.
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Evening Report – Fri., May 17, 2019 – Smart Meters Electromagnetic Fields

  • Electromagnetic Field Specialist Bill Cadwallader Addresses Moscow Sustainable Environment Commission after Concerns about Avista’s new Metering System which will Increase Electromagnetic Radiation Exposure.
  • Insleee Unveils $9 Trillion Climate Action Plan.
  • Proposed New Police Station would be Solar-Ready.
  • Oregon Expands School Meal Program to Include Those From Families with Incomes up to 3 Times the Poverty Level.
  • WSU Scientists Develop Environment-Friendly Plant-Based Styrofoam.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 1, 2019 – Clearwater Paper

  • 200 at Informational Picket at Clearwater Paper in Lewiston as Workers in 2nd Year without Contract.
  • Kootenai County Republican Party Passes Resolution to Ask Feds to Allow Man with Financial Ties to New Zealand Massacre Suspect to Come to Idaho to Marry.
  • Avista Wants to Increase Rates in Washington.
  • Inslee Signs Legislation to Construct Passing Lanes on State Route 26.
  • Washington Will Spend $750,000 to Study Dam Breaching Impacts.
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