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Evening Report – Mon., May 23, 2022 – Shmick & Dye Run Unopposed

  • 9th District Republican Legislators Mary Dye & Joe Schmick to Run Unopposed this Year.
  • Idaho Primary Estimated Turnout is 30%.
  • Idaho Covid Cases Up in Last Week.
  • Nez Perce Tribe Wants to Start Intertribal Renewal Energy Coop.
  • Environmental Groups Challenge Knotty Pine Timber Sale in Northwestern Montana as Harmful to Federally-Protected Grizzlies.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., May 17, 2022 – Moscow Recycling / Treaties and the Constitution

  • Tribes Talk About Treaty Rights and the Constitution at Totem Pole Journey to Promote Salmon Survival.
  • Moscow City Council Hears about Sanitation Rates and Recycling Troubles.
  • Moscow Council Approves Scooter Rental License.
  • Primary Today.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 29, 2022 – Library Smut Debate

  • Idaho Senate Republicans Plan Library Task Force on Checking Out Inappropriate Material to Minors.
  • Biden Administration Tells Tribes It’s Not Business As Usual on Salmon Recovery.
  • Candidate for Governor Ammon Bundy Pays Himself from Campaign Donations Money.
  • Moscow Plans Changes to Traffic and Pedestrian Infrastructure Near Middle School.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 2, 2022 – Guns During Disasters

  • Idaho Lawmaker Todd Lakey Introduces Bill to Prevent Gun Seizure During Disasters.
  • Health and Welfare Director Dave Jeppeson Says Idaho Going in Wrong Direction in Corona Virus Cases.
  • Tribes to Get Opioid Settlement Money.
  • Idaho Lawmaker Proposes $20 Grocery Tax Credit Increase.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Dec 27, 2021 – Prisoners’ Rights

  • Washington Labor & Industries Dept. Fines Stafford Creek Corrections Facility after 8 Covid Deaths.
  • Prisoners’ Rights Group Sues Canyon County for Censoring Inmate Mail.
  • Solinex, LLC Sues US Interior Dept. for Oil & Gas Lease Denial in Blackfeet Sacred Territory.
  • University of Washington to Start Winter Quarter Classes On-Line.
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Evening Report – Thu., Dec 16, 2021 – Redistricting and Native American Communities

  • Shoshone-Bannock and Coeur d’Alene Tribes Sue In Idaho Supreme Court over Redistricting Splitting Reservations among Legislative Districts.
  • State Board of Education Extends Covid-Related K-12 Funding Formula Which Allocates State Money Based on Enrollment Rather Than Attendance.
  • Moscow Police Unveil New Police Station.
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Evening Report – Thu., Dec 9, 2021 – Native Burial Site

  • Construction Workers Find Native American Burial Site While Digging in Asotin.
  • Spokane Health District In Third Shakeup Since Pandemic Began.
  • Jury Can’t Reach Verdict in Spokane Murder Trial of Former Pasco Police Officer.
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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 17, 2021 – Downtown Open Containers

  • Moscow Council Approves Entertainment Zone in Which Open Containers Are Allowed Outside Beer Gardens During Events.
  • Moscow Council Approves $100,000 National Endowment for the Arts Grant Application Under American Rescue Plan Act.
  • Idaho on Track for 30,000 New Covid Cases by Mid-October.
  • Fire Northwest of Spokane Grows to 30,000 Acres and Threatens Towns.
  • Idaho Tribes Want Redistricting Commission to Consider Where They Live When Drawing Legislative District Lines.
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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 5, 2021 – Colville Tribes Fire Lawsuit

  • Confederated Tribes of Colville Reservation Sue Federal Government Over Devastating 2015 Wildfires.
  • Idaho County has Lowest Vaccination Rate in State.
  • Benjamin & Sorensen Appear to Advance to November Election in Pullman City Council Race.
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Evening Report – Fri., Jul 9, 2021 – Resilient Communities

  • Moscow League of Women Voters Panel on Resilient Communities.
  • Gov. Inslee Says Dam Breaching Must be on the Table, Gov. Brown Supports US Rep. Mike Simpson’s Plan.
  • Major Medical Providers in Treasure Valley to Make Covid-19 Vaccinations Mandatory Condition of Employment with Some Exceptions; Lt. Gov. McGeachin Calls for Legislature to Reconvene to Prevent It.
  • Report on Moscow Human Rights Commission.
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