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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 17, 2021 – Wildfire & Logging Lawsuits

  • Friends of the Clearwater Responds to Gov. Brad Little’s Criticism of Northern Idaho Timber Lawsuits.
  • Pullman Council Decides Not to Move Forward with Lawson Gardens Event Center.
  • St. Joseph’s Hospital Goes to Crisis Standards of Care.
  • Colleges with Vaccine Mandates Push Students to Meet Deadlines.
  • WSU Enrollment Down for 2nd Year in a Row.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 16, 2021 – Statewide Crisis Standards of Care

  • Idaho Health Department Allows Overwhelmed Hospitals to Implement Crisis Standards of Care.
  • Far Right Legislative Leaders Consider Bills to Take Away Business Owners’ Freedom to Keep Their Employees Safe From Covid by Requiring Vaccines.
  • Biden Administration Says Federal Government May Need to Restore Endangered Species Act Protections for Wolves.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 23, 2021 – Initiative Law Unconstitutional

  • Idaho Supreme Court Throws Out SB1110, The Restrictive Initiative Law that Would Have Made it Almost Impossible to Get an Initiative on the Statewide Ballot.
  • Unvaccinated Driving Breakthrough Case Surge in Washington.
  • Moscow City Hall Art Galleries.
  • Pushback Against Montana’s New Law Prohibiting Employers from Imposing Vaccination Mandates as Condition of Employment.
  • Biden Administration Signals it Will Go Along with Trump Administration’s Removal of Wolves from Endangered Species Act Protection.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 16, 2021 – Christ Church Event / Pop Up Pride

  • Large Christ Church Gathering Raises Concerns about Spreader Event Possibility.
  • Pop Up Pride Event Addresses Aggression Against Transgender Cafe Artista Employee.
  • Wildfire Smoke Linked to Increase in Covid-19 Cases.
  • Multi-Million Dollar Lawsuit Over Boise Mask Arrest.
  • Cyberslueths Track Down January 6th Attackers of DC Police Officer who Later Committed Suicide.  Alleged Accomplice from Washington State.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Aug 6, 2021 – Giddings Hearing

  • Extended Excerpts from Idaho House Ethics Committee on Rep. Priscilla Giddings’ Conduct Releasing Name & Photo of Alleged Legislative Intern Rape Victim.
  • Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Environmental Groups’ Challenge to Lolo Creek Drainage Timber Sale.
  • All of Idaho in Drought, 38% of Washington in ‘Exceptional Drought’.
  • Hostility Over the Word “Inclusive” in Proposed Strategic Plan for Kuna School District in Southern Idaho.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 2, 2021 – Giddings Doxxing Hearing

  • Rep. Priscilla Giddings Defiant in Idaho House Ethics Committee Hearing on Revealing Identity of Alleged Rape Victim’s Name and Photo.
  • Small Fire Saturday Afternoon Threatened WSU Buildings Before Firefighters Put It Out.
  • Oregon Wildlife Officials Approve Killing 3 Wolves in Eastern Oregon.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 20, 2021 – Uncollectable Utilities

  • Moscow Council Declares $143,000 in Unpaid Utility Bills Uncollectable.
  • House Ethics Committee to Hold Hearing on Rep. Priscilla Giddings’ Doxxing of Alleged Rape Survivor.
  • Environmental Groups Sue Over Idaho’s New Wolf-Killing Law.
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Evening Report – Thu., Jul 8, 2021 – Heat Deaths

  • Health Department’s 78 Heat Deaths Probably Undercount, Spokane Co. Medical Examiner Reports 20 in County.
  • Heatwave Death Count in Oregon is 107.
  • Fires Grow Near Clarkston & Dixie.
  • Oregon Officials Plan to Regulate Drones Near Wildlife.
  • Water Troubles at Harvard.
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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 21, 2021 – Risch Criticizes Biden BLM Nominee Over Tree-Spiking

  • US Sen. Jim Risch Says National Wildlife Federation Director Tracy Stone-Manning Should be Disqualified as Biden’s Bureau of Land Management Director Nominee Due to 1989 Tree-Spiking Letter.
  • Portland Police Riot Squad Resigns En Mass Because Multnomah County Grand Jury Indicted One of Their Own for Police Brutality During 2020 Black Lives Matter Protests.
  • Idaho Higher Ed Enrollment Down 5000.
  • Reclaim Idaho Starts Collecting Signatures for Quality Education Ballot Initiative.
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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 9, 2021 – Pullman Downtown Master Plan

  • Pullman Council Reviews Proposed Downtown Master Plan.
  • One New Covid Death in Whitman County.
  • Judge Says California Man Violated Environmental Law with Suction Dredge Mining in South Fork Clearwater River.
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