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Evening Report – Wed., Sep 1, 2021 – New Latah Co. Death

  • New Latah Co. Covid Death, For a Total of 3 More Deaths in North Central Idaho Health District.
  • North Idaho College Board of Trustees Delays Decision on President Rick MacLennan’s Contract.
  • Surge in Covid Cases Continues in Spokane County.
  • Pullman Council Delays Decision on Voter-Approved Lawson Garden Event Center.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 31, 2021 – Gov. Little Redeploys National Guard for Hospital Crisis

  • Idaho Gov Little Redeploys National Guard, Calls up US General Services Administration Workers to Deal with Hospital Crisis Fueled by Unvaccinated Covid Patients.
  • Popular Weiser School District Math Teacher’s Death Likely Covid-Related.
  • Moscow Mountain Fire Continues to Burn.
  • Idaho Redistricting Commission Will Likely Have to Split One of Three Counties Between Legislative Districts: Latah, Nez Perce or Idaho.
  • Vancouver, WA Jury Convicts Man of Murder and Anti-Trans Hate Crime.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 19, 2021 – Hospitals Filling Up

  • Two New Latah County Covid Deaths Brings Total to 16.
  • Kootenai Health Has Record Number of Hospitalizations.
  • Idaho Hospitals Strained, Oregon Intensive Care Unites at 95% Capacity.
  • Nampa City Council Member Compares Vaccine & Mask Requirement to Racial Segregation.
  • Infections Disease Kills Whitetail Dear Near Colfax & Kamiah.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 12, 2021 – Vaccines for Schools

  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little Aims Vaccination Message at Those on the Fence.
  • Washington Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal Wants Vaccine Mandate for K-12 School Employees.
  • Gov. Inslee’s Health Care Employee Vaccination Mandate Details.
  • Latah County Might Move Eastern Border Slightly.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 3, 2021 – Giddings Censured

  • Idaho House Ethics Committee votes Unanimously to Censure Rep. Priscilla Giddings for Conduct Unbecoming of a House Member.
  • One New Covid Death in Latah County.  Death Toll is Now 13.
  • Delta Variant is Dominant in Moscow.
  • Moscow Council Approves Fiscal Year 2022 Budget & Sale of Police Station to UI for Art Gallery.
  • more.

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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.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jul 2, 2021 – “Affordable” Housing

  • 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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Evening Report – Thu., Jul 1, 2021 – Wildfire Risk

  • Latah County Commissioners Can’t Ban Fireworks, but Encourages Cities & Fire Districts in the Counties To Do So.
  • Lewiston Bans Fireworks, Clarkston Cannot.
  • Wildfire Risk in Idaho.
  • 5 Deaths in Spokane from Heatwave.
  • WSU Alpha Tau Omega Frat Member Pleads Not Guilty in Hazing Death Case.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 17, 2021 – Portland Protest Police Brutality Indictment

  • Multnomah Co. Grand Jury Indicts Police Officer for Assault Against Journalist in Last Year’s Black Lives Matter Protests.
  • Gov. Brad Little Announces 4-Hours Paid Leave for State Employees who Get Vaccinated.
  • Fire Officials Expect Severe Drought Conditions in Idaho, While Will Compete with Other Dry Western States for Fire Crews.
  • State Board of Education Drops College Entrance Exam Requirement for High School Seniors.
  • Latah County Dept. of Motor Vehicles Deals with Backlog.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 16, 2021 – Pullman End Racism Now Mural

  • Pullman City End Racism Now Mural Delayed, Meanwhile Painting of Independent Black Lives Matter Mural to Begin June 28th.
  • Lewiston and Boise School Districts Could Uniquely Lose Revenue Due to Change in Idaho Property Tax Law.
  • Moscow Population up 1% in Last Year, Latah County Up 1.1%.
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