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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 10, 2021 – Window Art

  • Pullman Council Approves Window Walk Art Event After Some Questions.
  • Idaho House Approves Bill Making Governor Little’s 50-Person Limit on Crowd Sizes Null and Void.  Resolution Heads to the Senate.
  • Idaho House Kills Legal Notice Bill.
  • Disability Action Center Northwest Director Mark Leeper says Stores Under No Obligation Under Americans With Disabilities Act to Accommodate Those Who Say They Can’t Wear Masks.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jan 18, 2021 – Gathering Limits

  • Idaho House Committee Votes to Eliminate All Covid-19 Gathering Size Restrictions with No Testimony from Scientists.
  • Retired Physician Idaho Rep. Fred Wood, who is House Health & Welfare Committee Chair, Stays Away from First Week of Legislative Activity due to Risk of Covid-19.
  • Super-Infectious Covid-19 Variant found in Washington in October, Does Not Seem to Have Spread.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jan 14, 2021 – Inslee State of State

  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Takes Oath of Office, Inaugural Address Focuses on Fighting Covid-19 & Greenhouse Emissions.
  • Idaho Rep. Muffy Davis of Ketchum Proposes House Allow Her to Participate Remotely.
  • Idaho Republican Lawmaker Proposes Bill Ending Covid Gathering Size Limits.
  • Covid-19 Cases Increasing in Washington Schools after Holiday Break.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Dec 31, 2020 – Rowley: Last Statement as Pritchard Director

 

  • UI Pritchard Art Gallery Director Richard Rowley Releases Final Statement as Director.
  • Idaho State Police Urges Public to Wear Masks and Follow Capitol Social Distancing Rules during 2021 Legislative Session.
  • Former US Bank Building’s 2nd Floor at 3rd & S. Main in Moscow Converted into Small Office Rental.
  • Washington Liquor and Cannabis Board Votes to Suspend Spokane Valley Bar’s Liquor License for Staying Open Under Ban on In-Person Food & Drink Service.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Dec 16, 2020 – In-Person Washington Schools

  • Gov. Inslee Issues Guidelines for Reopening Closed Schools.
  • District 9 Legislators Say They Want Schools Open, Criticize Greenhouse Gas Reduction Efforts.
  • Idaho Disability Groups Criticize Armed, Uncontrolled, Angry Mobs at State Capitol, Say Lack of Social Distancing and Mask Requirements Prevent Participation in Democracy.
  • Democratic Legislative Leaders Urge Republicans to Delay Idaho Legislative Session Until April.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Dec 3, 2020 – Mask-Averse Idaho Legislature

  • Idaho Lawmakers Hold Organizing Session Mostly Without Masks or Social Distancing.
  • Idaho Had Highest Positivity Test Rate in the Nation as of Sunday.
  • 1721 New Cases in Idaho, 25 New Deaths.
  • Group Files Petition to Deny SpaceX Satellite Communications Facility Near Sandpoint.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Nov 17, 2020 – Moscow Annexes SEL Land

  • Moscow Council Votes to Annex 154 Acre Schweitzer Engineering Labs Parcel on US 95 South of City.
  • Idaho Sets Single-Day Record of 1781 New Coronavirus Cases.
  • Gov. Brad Little’s Land Board Must Adhere to 10-Person Limit, Southwest Idaho Health District Holds In-Person Meeting with More than 10 In Attendance.
  • UI President C. Scott Green Tells Students who Leave Moscow to Stay Away Until January If They Can.
  • US Sen. Jim Risch Looks Towards Betting Biden Appointees & Treaties If He Gets To Stay on as Foreign Relations Committee Chair.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 31, 2020 – Whitman Co. Cases Double in 1 Week

  • Covid-19 Cases Explode for 2nd Weekend in a Row in Pullman.
  • 66% Inmates in Bingham County Jail in Southeastern Idaho Test Positive for Corona Virus.
  • Trump Supporters in Trucks Try to Run Over Black Lives Matter Supporters in Portland Saturday.  One Person Killed.
  • Few in Crowd of 1500 Social Distance at Couer d’Alene Football Game.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 20, 2020 – Pullman Social Distance Enforcement

  • Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins Said Police Will Move Into Enforcement Mode Because of Parties and Increasing Covid-19 Rate.
  • State Penitentiary at Walla Walla Has More Than 100 Corona Virus Cases.
  • UI Says Test Campus Lab is Now Certified and Running.
  • Wildfires Across Region.
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Evening Report – Thu., Aug 6, 2020 – New St. Andrews Maskless

  • New St. Andrews College in Downtown Moscow Won’t Require Masks at In-Person Classes; President Ben Merkle says Distancing Will Occur.
  • Moscow Council Members Suggests It’s Time to Issue Citations for Mask Order Violations.
  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee Announces Plans for Visiting People at Long Term Health Facilities.
  • Latah County Fair Cancelled.
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