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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 27, 2022 – Candidate Interview Sen. David Nelson

  • Interview with Idaho Senate Candidate David Nelson of Moscow.
  • White House Issues a Statement on Idaho’s Abortion and Contraception Censorship Laws.
  • Wealthy Campaign Donor Larry Williams, Who Exceeded Donation Maximums During Republican Primary, Donated to Republican Senate Candidate Dan Foreman of Moscow and has Donated $145,000 to the Idaho Freedom Foundation and $110,000 to Start Hilldsdale College Curriculum Charter School in Fruitland.
  • Moscow Police Go For $100,000 Traffic Enforcement Grant.
  • No Injuries in Pullman Spontaneous Combustion Fire.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 20, 2022 – NBC Show Features Christ Church, Moscow

  • Reaction to NBC TV Network ‘Meet the Press’ Segment on Christ Church and Moscow, Idaho from Former Candidate for Mayor Olivia Moses.
  • Moscow Council Approves Changes to City Day Care Licensing Rules.
  • Idaho Land Board Approves Part of UI Plan to Large Research Dairy in Southern Idaho.
  • Whitman County Humane Society Plans to Re-open with New Staff Members Oct. 1st Following Staff Mass Resignation in August.
  • 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 – 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 – 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.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 16, 2022 – Moscow ARPA Allocations

  • Moscow Council Approves 2nd Round of American rescue Plan Allocations to Businesses and Nonprofits.
  • Moscow Council Updates Ordinance on Bikes, E-Bikes, E-Scooters & E-Boards to Deal with Abandoned Devices, Eliminates Bike License Requirement.
  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little Considering Calling Special Legislative Session to Mitigate Inflation.
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Evening Report – Fri., Aug 12, 2022 – Dean Stewart / Moscow Together Project

  • Pastor Dean Stewart Remembered.
  • Moscow Committee Discusses Human Rights Commission and Latah Co. Human Rights Task Force ‘Moscow Together’ Project.
  • Logos School Alumni Publishes about Teen Sexual Abuse by Teacher That Dealt With Internally at the Time.
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