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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 3, 2021 – Moscow Candidates / Open Containers

  • Three Candidates for Moscow Mayor, 8 Candidates for 3 Seats on Moscow City Council.
  • Two Contested Races for Moscow School Board.
  • Moscow Council Discussion on Entertainment Zone Which Can Temporarily Suspend Open Container Laws for Specific Events.
  • Redistricting Commission Schedules Public Session for Sept. 23rd in Moscow.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 17, 2021 – Downtown Open Containers

  • Moscow Council Approves Entertainment Zone in Which Open Containers Are Allowed Outside Beer Gardens During Events.
  • Moscow Council Approves $100,000 National Endowment for the Arts Grant Application Under American Rescue Plan Act.
  • Idaho on Track for 30,000 New Covid Cases by Mid-October.
  • Fire Northwest of Spokane Grows to 30,000 Acres and Threatens Towns.
  • Idaho Tribes Want Redistricting Commission to Consider Where They Live When Drawing Legislative District Lines.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Dec 31, 2020 – Rowley: Last Statement as Pritchard Director

 

  • UI Pritchard Art Gallery Director Richard Rowley Releases Final Statement as Director.
  • Idaho State Police Urges Public to Wear Masks and Follow Capitol Social Distancing Rules during 2021 Legislative Session.
  • Former US Bank Building’s 2nd Floor at 3rd & S. Main in Moscow Converted into Small Office Rental.
  • Washington Liquor and Cannabis Board Votes to Suspend Spokane Valley Bar’s Liquor License for Staying Open Under Ban on In-Person Food & Drink Service.
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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 4, 2020 – Moscow Masks

  • Moscow Council Extends Emergency Mask Order Until October 6th.
  • Moscow Council Gives Staff Direction on Newly-Established Expanded Sidewalk Cafes Intended to Increase Social Distancing.
  • Council Approves $96 Million Fiscal Year 2021 Budget.
  • 9 UI Athletes Test Positive for Coronavirus.
  • Spokane Schools to Start School Year with All Distance Learning.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 28, 2020 – Sidewalk Cafe Live Music

  • Moscow Council Members Look Askance at Non-Socially Distanced Live Music in Expanded Sidewalk Cafe Areas.
  • Durkan & Inslee Say Federal Homeland Security Forces have Left Seattle.
  • Lawsuits Over Targeting Journalists & Legal Observers.
  • UI Suspends Study Abroad.
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Evening Report – Mon., Oct 14, 2019 – Moscow Council Candidates Laflin & Berends

  • Interviews with Moscow City Council Candidates Maureen Laflin & Kelsey Berends.
  • Moscow Officials Plan to Spend $120,000 in Current Fiscal Year to Create Downtown Infrastructure Improvement Plan.
  • Yakama & Lummi Nation Chairs Call for Taking out 3 Lower Columbia Dams.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jul 19, 2019 – Educational Institutions Downtown Moscow

  • Moscow Council Passes Ban on Additional or Expanding Educational Institutions in Central Business District.
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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 16, 2019 – Moscow Bans New Colleges Downtown

  • Moscow Council Votes to Bar New or Expanded Colleges in Central Business District.
  • Partnership for Economic Prosperity Board President Dan Ewart Gives Update to Moscow Council.
  • Pullman Council to Discuss Temporary Downtown Construction Moratorium.
  • Jared Mendez Pleads Guilty in Killing of Christopher Vessels with Baseball Bat in Juliaetta.
  • Idaho Land Board Rewrites Mining Regulations.
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Evening Report – Mon., Jul 8, 2019 – Colleges in Downtown Moscow

  • Moscow Public Works Committee Considers Ordinance Prohibiting New or Expanded Colleges in Downtown Moscow.
  • ITD Taking Public Comments on Construction Project Priorities List Includes Widening of US 95 South of Moscow for Construction in 2020.
  • Palouse Pro-Active & Pullman Community Congregational Church of Christ Reverend Plan Vigil Calling for an End to US Government Human Detention Camps.
  • ICE Wants Facial Scans of All Washington Drivers License Applicants.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 8, 2019 – Initiatives, Christ Church, Hemp

  • Rep. Sage Dixon Introduces 4 Separate Bills In Attempt to Reverse Gov. Little’s Veto of Initiative Bill or “Revenge on the Voters” Bill.
  • Protests Planned for Tonight Against Christ Church-Affiliated Toxic Matriarchy Talk on UI Campus.
  • Moscow Planning & Zoning Commission to Consider Changing Zoning Rules Regarding Educational Institutions in Central Business District.
  • Movement on Hemp Bill in Idaho Legislature.
  • Seattle Hempfest Organizer Steve Phun Discusses Issues in Post-Legalization Washington.
  • Sarah Frank of Legalize Idaho Discusses Medical Cannabis Initiative.

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