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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 24, 2020 – Downtown Pullman

  • Complaints About Downtown Pullman’s Pilot Traffic Revision
  • Idaho’s Covid-19 Spike Continues.
  • Rainbow Gathering Planned for Lochsa Drainage Starting July 1st.
  • 15 Far-Right Idaho House Members Hold their Unsanctioned Special Legislative Session.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 17, 2020 – Covid 19 Spread Issues

  • Moscow City Supervisor Gary Riedner Gives City Covid-19 Response Report.
  • Pullman Officials Reject Main Street Parklet Plan.
  • 78 New Coronavirus Cases in Idaho Tuesday, Largest Daily Increase Since April 9th.
  • State Alcohol Enforcement Tells Hardware Brewing in Kendrick to Either Pay $2500 Fine or Endure 45-Day Liquor License Suspension for Opening in Violation of State Emergency Pandemic Order.
  • Health Officials Say Eastern Washington Covid-19 Cases Likely to go Up.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 10, 2020 – Pullman Traffic Diversion, Parklets

  • Pullman Council Approves Main Street Traffic Diversion, Parklets Pilot Program.
  • Pullman Police Chief Talks About Community Policing Training in Light of George Floyd Murder.
  • Increase is Covid-19 Among Idaho Health Care Workers as Gov. Little Prepares to Move to Stage 4 or Rebound Idaho Plan.
  • Seattle has Hard-Earned Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone after Protests.
  • more.

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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 – Wed., May 27, 2020 – Pullman Shoppers Survey

  • City Survey Targets Potential Pullman Customers.
  • Pullman Police Chief Bary Jenkins Reports on Unemployment Benefit Fraud.
  • Pullman Council Approves $141,000 AV System for New City Hall on 4-3 Vote.
  • Idaho had Weekend Spike in New Coronavirus Cases.
  • Food Processing Plant Outbreaks.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 13, 2020 – US House Candidate Rudy Soto

  • Interview with Candidate Rudy Soto of Nampa, who is Running in the Democratic Primary for Idaho’s District One Congressional Seat.
  • Inslee Orders State Agencies to Cut $2 Billion in Spending.
  • Restaurants & Others Violating Idaho’s Social Distancing Order & Opening Early Could Cause Outbreak.
  • Pullman Budget Deficit between $4 Million & $6.9 Million Expected Due to Coronavirus Pandemic.
  • Pullman to Get Over $1 Million in CARES Act Money.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 8, 2020 – Sorensen, Records on Testing

  • Pullman City Council Member Al Sorensen Says Avoid Covid-19 Tests so Whitman County Can Qualify for Variance to Gov. Inslee’s Shutdown Order.  Council Member Dan Records Calls Idea “Reckless”.
  • 2020 Latah County Human Rights Task Force MLK, Jr. Breakfast 2020 Keynote Speaker Jeremy Woodson of the ACLU-Idaho on Voting Rights; full speech.
  • Federal Judge Rules Bear Baiting Lawsuit Can Move Forward.
  • Idaho Appeals Transgender Inmate Surgery Ruling to US Supreme Court.
  • Oregon Gov. Kate Brown Announces Plans for Reopening Economy.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 6, 2020 – Sorensen: Avoid Tests

  • Pullman City Council Member Suggests People Avoid Test as End Run Around Gov. Inslee’s Plan to Keep People Safe From Corona Virus.
  • Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward & Pullman City Council Member Al Sorensen Want Quick Reopening.
  • Moscow Council Approves Changes to City Water Meter Rules.
  • Idaho’s Unemployment Trust Solvency.
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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 29, 2020 – Moscow Council Corona

  • Moscow Council Will Delay Decisions on City Social Distancing order Until Thursday’s Special Meeting.
  • Pullman Looking at Up to $6.3 Million Decrease in Tax Revenue.
  • UI & WSU Plan to Resume In-Person Classes When Fall Semesters Begin in August.
  • Nez Perce Experienced Many European Epidemics Before Contact with Europeans.
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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 20, 2020 – Anti Social Distancing

  • Deputy Attorney General Brian Kane Outlines Idaho Gov. Brad Little’s Emergency Constitutional Authority after More Than 1000 Violated Social Distancing Order at State Capitol Protest.
  • Anti-Social Distancing Protest Planned for Moscow City Hall Tonight.
  • Inslee Says He Might Have to Extend His Stay-At-Home Order Past Monday, May 4th.
  • Moscow 3rd & 4th Grade Teachers Have Remote Classes on Idaho Public Television.
  • Pullman City Council Doesn’t Meet for a Month.
  • Moscow Hempfest Did Not Happen.
  • more.

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