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Evening Report – Tue., Nov 8, 2022 – Edington Estates Annexation

  • Moscow Council Approves Annexation of 13.8 Acres For 9 High-End Edington Estates Homes.
  • North Idaho College Board of Trustees Races are High Profile in Kootenai County.
  • Judge Grants Temporary Injunction Against Albertson’s $4 Billion Dividend for Stockholders.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Nov 4, 2022 – Latah Co. Treasurer Candidates BJ Swanson & Peggy Gottschalk

  • Interviews with the 2 Candidates for Latah County Treasurer BJ Swanson and Peggy Gottschalk.
  • Moscow Urban Renewal Agency Votes to Continue Contract with West 6th Street Developer Rusty Olps.
  • Latino Trust of Police Low in Southern Idaho.
  • Attorneys General, Including Bob Ferguson of Washington, Suing Over Albertsons-Kroger Merger.
  • Federal Climate Grants Go to 11 Tribes in Washington.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Oct 18, 2022 – Blaine Conzatti Proposes Idaho Drag Ban

  • Idaho Family Policy Center President Blaine Conzatti President Says His Allies in Legislature Will Introduce Ban of All Public Ban Performances in Idaho.
  • Nation’s Largest Supermarket Chain Krogers, Who Wants to Merge with Idaho’s Albertson’s, The Second Largest Supermarket Chain, Has History of Low Pay, With CEO Making 900 Times More Than Median Kroger’s Employee.
  • Moscow Public Library Says it Needs to Expand.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 10, 2022 – Idaho Climate

  • Moscow League of Women Voters Presentation on Climate Change Impacts on Idaho Economy.
  • US Rep. Liz Chaney of Wyoming Addresses January Sixth Committee.
  • Boise Pastor Claims Gays are Reptilian and Should be Killed.
  • Spokane Black Lives Matter Protester Gets $210,000 Settlement After Severe Injury from Police Bean Bag Rounds.
  • Planned Parenthood Focusing on Assisting Idaho Women with Travel to Out of State.
  • Teacher Vacancies in Idaho Now 702.
  • Idaho K-12 Students Eligible for Free or Reduced Cost School Meals Down to 27% Last Year from 49% in 2016.
  • Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife to Kill Togo Wolf Pack in Ferry County.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 12, 2021 – Pullman Food Coop

  • Pullman Good Food Coop Board Members Gives Update on Plans.
  • Pullman Council Votes to Annex Land on South Grand Ave. for General Commercial Zoning.
  • Pullman Lentil Fest Canceled for This Year.
  • Idaho Governor Brad Little Signs Major Property Tax Bill.
  • Gov. Little Moves Idaho to Stage 4.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Feb 22, 2021 – Moyle’s Voter Suppression Bill

  • Idaho House Committee Votes in Favor of Reworked Voter Suppression Bill Criminalizing Bringing Ballots to Drop Off Locations.
  • Bill Introduced Changing Definition of ‘Moderate Pandemic’ in Relation to Emergency Powers.
  • Decline in New Covid-19 Cases in Washington.
  • 4th Moscow Supermarket Adds Parking Lot Grocery Pick Up.
  • 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 – Thu., Apr 16, 2020 – Idaho Schools Could Reopen

  • Idaho State Board of Education May Let Some Schools Re-open if they Meet Criteria.
  • Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert Reacts to Organization Representing Local Right Wing Churches Saying Churches Will Stop Social Distancing Among its Members Soon.
  • Eastern Washington Meat Plant is Corona Virus Hot Spot.
  • Moscow Recycling Center Re-opens Bins
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Apr 3, 2020 – Inslee Corona

  • Governor Inslee’s Stay-At-Home Order Extension – full press conference.
  • More Corona Virus Cases Throughout Region.
  • Gas Prices Fall Most Places, Not Very Much in Moscow/Pullman.
  • Numerous Aftershocks from Tuesday’s 6.5 Quake in Central Idaho Mountains.
  • Rural Food Banks Low on Food.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jan 30, 2020 – Invest In Idaho Ed Initiative

  • Reclaim Idaho in Moscow Organizing for Invest in Idaho Education Funding Initiative.
  • Idaho House Approves Bill to Make it Even More Difficult to Pass Local Bonds.
  • Bill Requiring Early Party Declaration to Vote in Primaries Withdrawn & Reintroduced in Idaho House with Change in Effective Date.
  • Oversight Committee Says Idaho Could Save Money by Building new Prison.
  • Last Grocery Store in Genesee Shuts Down.

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