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Evening Report – Mon., Dec 13, 2021 – Omicron in Idaho

  • Health Workers Detect First Case of Omicron Variant in Idaho.
  • Idaho Health Exchange Extends Deadline for Subsidized Health Insurance Enrollment to Dec. 22nd.
  • Landlord Matthew Becker Forces Downtown Moscow Bangladeshi Restaurant out of Moscow with Possible Negative Outcome for Business Due to Loan Payments for Remodeling.
  • Washington Wildlife Commissioner Fred Koontz Resigns due to ‘Political Quagmire’.
  • Superintendents in Montana Write Complaints about State Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen Politicizing School Infectious Disease Policies.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Nov 18, 2021 – New St. Andrews Pushes Bloom Out

  • New St. Andrews College Does Not Renew Lease of Bloom Restaurant on Friendship Square in Downtown Moscow.  Will Use Space for Religious Bookstore & College Library.
  • Idaho Transportation Dept. Awards Clarkston Construction Firm M.A. DeAtley $57.7 Million Dollar Contract to Widen & Re-Align 6 Miles of US Highway 95 South of Moscow.
  • 18,000 Evacuated in British Columbia after Heavy Rainfall Causes Flooding & Landslides.  Vancouver, BC Cut Off From Rest of Canada by Road & Rail Due to Destroyed Infrastructure.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Dec 30, 2020 – 5th & 6th Latah Co. Deaths

  • Health Officials Report 5th and 6th Latah County Coronavirus Deaths, Including Woman in Her 30’s.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Extends In-Person Dining Restrictions and Other Covid Rules Until January 11th.
  • Washington Begins Vaccinating Inmates.
  • Montana Residents Can Legally Possess Recreational Cannabis Starting Friday.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Nov 26, 2020 – 2nd Latah Co. Death / Inslee on Covid

  • Latah County has 2nd Coronavirus Death.
  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, State Public Health Officer Kathy Lofy, Washington Medical Association President Nathan Schlicher Discuss Danger of Overwhelmed Hospitals.
  • Tapped Taphouse and Restaurant Owner in Moscow Plans to Resist Future Social Distancing or Closure Orders Intended to Prevent Spread of Deadly Virus.
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Evening Report – Mon., Nov 23, 2020 – Covid for Dinner

  • Governor Inslee Says Washingtonians Should not Get Tested Just to Go to Thanksgiving.
  • 2 Men Indicted on Weapons Charges Scouted Black Lives Matter Protest in Boise and Discussed Shooting Protesters as Part of Far Right Takeover.
  • Inslee Responds to Restaurant and Hospitality Industry Trying to Get Him to Reverse Month-Long Emergency Ban on In-Person Dining.
  • Number of Long-Term Care Facility with At Least One Case Hits Record in Washington.
  • 14 States File Friends of the Court Brief in Support of Idaho’s New Anti-Trans Athlete Law.
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Evening Report – Fri., Nov 20, 2020 – Friends of the Clearwater Annual Meeting

  • Friends of the Clearwater Annual Meeting.
  • Idaho Hits Single-Day Record for Coronavirus cases for 7th Time in November with 1786.
  • Lewiston City Council Passes Mask Mandate.
  • Idaho Education Leaders Ask for Adults to take Preventive Measures So Schools Can Stay Open.
  • Washington Restaurant Association Asks Inslee to Keep Indoor Dining.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 2, 2020 – Spokanites Blame Proud Boys

  • Protesters in Downtown Spokane See Proud Boy Looters, While Police & Government Officials Blame Antifa for Vandalism without Evidence.
  • Hundreds of People Open Carry in Downtown Coeur d’Alene Saying they are Patrolling.
  • Moscow Council Approves Plan to Open Hamilton-Lowe Aquatic Center Wed., July 1st.
  • Moscow Council Approves Pilot Program with More Sidewalk Cafe Space for Social Distancing for Eating and Drinking Establishments.
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Evening Report – Wed., May 20, 2020 – Testing

  • US Dept. of Health & Human Services Releases Money for Testing in Washington & Idaho, Inslee Slams Trump for Not Providing Testing Components.
  • 2 Stores, 3 Bars in Spokane Area Jump Ahead of Competitors by Opening Early in Violation of State’s Re-opening Order.
  • Moscow Officials Consider More Outdoor Seating, Possibly Closing Street, for Business Social Distancing.
  • Former WSU Provost Montoya Heads to University of New Mexico.
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Evening Report – Wed., May 13, 2020 – US House Candidate Rudy Soto

  • Interview with Candidate Rudy Soto of Nampa, who is Running in the Democratic Primary for Idaho’s District One Congressional Seat.
  • Inslee Orders State Agencies to Cut $2 Billion in Spending.
  • Restaurants & Others Violating Idaho’s Social Distancing Order & Opening Early Could Cause Outbreak.
  • Pullman Budget Deficit between $4 Million & $6.9 Million Expected Due to Coronavirus Pandemic.
  • Pullman to Get Over $1 Million in CARES Act Money.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., May 5, 2020 – Some Religious K-12’s Reopen

  • Religious K-12 Schools in Logos in Moscow and Nampa Christian School Reopen for In-Person Classes.
  • Idaho State Board of Education Releases Revised Criteria for Reopening Schools this School Year; Few Likely to Try.
  • City of Moscow to Consider Changing Water & Sewer Rate Structure for Businesses.
  • Inmates at Prison in Cottonwood Raise Concerns about Unsafe Sanitation during Pandemic.
  • Whitman County Commissioners Want to qualify for Variance to Gov. Inslee’s Stay-at-Home Order.
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