- Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee Project Manager Robin Nimmer & Avista Business & Public Affairs Manager Paul Kimmell Discuss the Future of the Palouse Water Supply.
- Infrastructure Bill to Help with Digital Divide, Railroads in Idaho & Washington.
- ACLU of Washington & NAACP Want Justice Dept. Civil Rights Investigation of Vancouver & Clark County Police for Killing 8 People Since 2019, Including 5 People of Color.
- Idaho Democrats: “Say No and Go Home!” to Idaho Legislature Reconvening.
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- Moscow League of Women Voters Panel on Housing Insecurity in Context w/ Crystal Callahan & Gina Whitney of the McClure Center and Moscow Affordable Housing Trust Director Nils Peterson.
- UI Special Assistant to the President Toni Broyles on the University Purchasing the Current Moscow Police Station for a downtown Art Gallery & Vandal Store.
- Mayor Lambert Breaks Ground for Massive New 1000 Home Development on Christ Church Elder Andrew Crapuchette’s Newly-Annexed 235 Acres.
- Sen. Cantwell Wants More Housing Money in Infrastructure Bill.
- Rep. McMorris-Rodgers Does Not Like Climate Crisis Money in Transportation Bill.
- Fireworks Ban in Moscow Rural Fire District (Update: Fireworks also Banned in City of Moscow).
- US Drought Monitor Map Shows Most of Latah County in “Extreme Drought” Category.
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- City of Moscow Considering Purchasing Federal Building from Gritman for Police Station & City Offices
- Big Idaho Transportation Bill Amended
- House Committee Kills Idaho Crime Victims’ Rights Constitutional Amendment
- Washington Coalition Says State Needs $190 Billion for Infrastructure over Next 20 Years
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