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Evening Report – Mon., Sep 19, 2022 – Democrats for Idaho Office Visit Moscow

  • Democratic Candidates Kaylee Peterson for Congress, Terry Gilbert for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Terri Pickens-Manweiler for Lt. Gov. Visit Moscow.
  • Republican Incumbents Brad Little for Gov., Russ Fulcher for Congress, Won’t Debate Opponents on Public Television.
  • Ammon Bundy Calls Judge Who Sentenced People’s Rights Member for Threatening Nighttime Protest at Central Health District Board Member’s Home “Wicked”.
  • Major Water Main Break in Pullman Over Weekend.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 16, 2022 – Pullman’s Vacant Buildings

  • Pullman City Council Discusses Possible Vacant Building Ordinance.
  • Pullman Creates Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Committee.
  • New, Omicron-Specific Booster Available in Idaho.
  • Montana Health Officials Say They Will Defy Judge’s Order to Allow Transgender People to Change Their Birth Certificates.
  • Republican State Senate Candidate in Boise to Use West Ada School for Campaign Fundraising Event in Violation of State Campaign Law.
  • 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 – 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.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Aug 10, 2022 – Pullman Downtown Workshop

  • Pullman Council Meeting Includes Downtown Revitalization Workshop
  • 3 Top WSU Police Dept. Officials Retire Early After They Fail to Report Sexual Misconduct by 4th Officer.
  • Fired WSU Football Coach Nick Rolovich Files $25 Million Tort Claim Against WSU Claiming Covid Vaccine Requirement Violated his Religious Rights.
  • West Ada School Board in Southern Idaho Votes to Prohibit Teachers from Displaying Anything Controversial in Classrooms.
  • 16 Idaho Cites Rejected Federal Coronavirus Funds.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jul 20, 2022 – WSU E-Scooters

  • Pullman City Council May Want to Legalize E-Scooters on Downtown Streets as WSU Contracts with Spin Micromobility for Motorized Scooter Rentals.
  • Slight Drop in Hate Crimes Reported to Police in Idaho in 2021.
  • Abortions in Idaho Down 38% Since 1981 Despite Big Overall Population Increase.
  • Seattle to Put Rank Choice Voting and Approval Voting on City Ballot in November.
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Evening Report – Mon., July 4, 2022 – Pullman Tourism Plan

  • Holiday Special: Place Plus Main Consultants Give Report on Pullman Tourism Plan to Pullman City Council.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jul 1, 2022 – Downtown Pullman / Food Forest

  • Pullman Council Hears Update on Downtown Revitalization.
  • Moscow Edible Forest Park Plan.
  • July 4th Parade Organizers Have Far Right Agenda.
  • Inslee Orders Washington State Police to Not Cooperate with Out-of-State Abortion Investigations.
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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 29, 2022 – Pullman Downtown Plan Report

  • Pullman Council Hears Update on Downtown Revitalization Project.
  • St. Luke’s Health system Wants Court to Sanction Ammon Bundy & Diego Rodriguez for Not Responding to Their Lawsuit.
  • Avista Proposes to Raise Eastern Washington Electricity Rates by 7.7% Over Two Years.
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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 16, 2022 – Joshua Plotner of Craigmont

  • Court Records Say Joshua Plotner of Craigmont Bailed Out 7 of the 31 Patriot Front Conspiracy to Riot Arrestees.
  • 21 Year Old Patriot Front Arrested From Genesee was National Guard Cadet.
  • Nez Perce tribe & Forest Service Sign Deal on Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest Projects.
  • Pullman Council Members Discuss South Bypass Route.
  • more.

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