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Evening Report – Mon., Feb 14, 2022 – Idaho Voter Suppression Bills Pass Committee

  • Two Voter Suppression Bills Pass Legislative Committee Despite Nearly Unanimous Testimony Against.
  • Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell Gets Election Opponent After Haskell’s Wife Makes Racist Comments on Social Media.
  • Idaho Supreme Court Throws Out Lawsuit over Congressional Redistricting.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Dec 30, 2021 – Omicron Detected in Spokane County

  • Labs Detect First Omicron Variant Case in Spokane County plus Three Other Eastern Washington Counties.
  • New Covid Death in Asotin County.
  • Idaho State Police Finish Testing Backlog of Sexual Assault Kits Identified in 2016 Audit.
  • Painting of Slave-Owner Thomas Jefferson On Display at Pullman’s Neill Public Library Raises Questions.
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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.
  • more.

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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 – Wed., Jun 2, 2021 – Little & McGeachin

  • McGeachin Did Not Give Heads Up to Gov. Little or School Officials about Her Executive Order Removing Mask Mandates When Little Was Out of State Last Week.
  • Child Under 10 Years Old Dies of Corona Virus in Spokane County.
  • Idaho Panhandle National Forest Approves Timber Project in St. Joe Ranger District.
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Evening Report – Mon., May 17, 2021 – Early Childhood Learning

  • House Didn’t Vote to Accept $6 Million in Early Childhood Learning from Federal Government Despite Rep. Ilana Rubel’s Plea they Take Up the Senate-Approved Bill.
  • Gov. Brad Little Appoints Lori McCann to District 6 House Seat to Replace Republican Representative Aaron Von Ehlinger of Lewiston who Resigned amid Rape Allegations.
  • Republicans Politicize Kootenai Health Hospital Board Elections Scheduled for Tuesday.
  • Washington Health Board Says Firing of Spokane Health Officer Bob Lutz Likely Illegal.
  • Oregon Wants Businesses to Verify Vaccines of Maskless Customers.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 29, 2021 – Von Ehlinger Resigns

  • Rep. Aaron Von Ehlinger of Lewiston Resigns after Ethics Committee Votes Unanimously to Remove Him From House for Conduct Unbecoming of a State Legislature.
  • Governor Brad Little Signs House Bill 377, Born of Fear of Social Justice “Indoctrination.”
  • Spokane County Likely to Move Back to Phase 2 Next Week.
  • Moscow Planning & Zoning Commission Approves Subdivision Near Mountain View Despite Citizen Opposition.
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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 21, 2021 – Regional Covid Update

  • North Central Idaho Health District Director Carol Moehrle Says She’s Found Schools who Adopted Masks Early Had Much Lower Covid-19 Infections Rates.
  • Spokane County May Have to Move Back to Phase 3 in May.
  • Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert Won’t Run for Third Term; Art Bettge Will Run for Mayor This Year.
  • Idaho House Votes to Override Veto of Bill Limiting Governor’s Emergency Powers.
  • New Version of Bill to Prohibit Social Justice in Schools Introduced in Idaho House Committee.
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Evening Report – Wed., Mar 24, 2021 – Idaho Vaccine Expansion

  • Gov. Little Announces All Idaho Residents Will be Eligible to Schedule Vaccination Appointments Beginning Mon., April 5th.
  • Panhandle Health District Lowers Vaccine Age to 16 Starting Today.
  • Ada County Cancels Jury Trials Do To Covid Outbreak.
  • Spokane New Cases Plateau, Meaning They Have Stopped Declining.
  • Pullman Revenue Higher Than Expected.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Dec 28, 2020 – Moscow Council Reminisces

  • Moscow City Council Members Reminisce on 2020.
  • Airway Heights Inmate Believes Guards’ Actions Show They Were Trying to Let Covid-19 Spread.
  • Questions About Motivation of Man Who Set Spokane County Democratic Headquarters on Fire This Month.
  • Idaho Coronavirus Financial Advisory Committee Allocates Last of State’s CARES Act Money.
  • New Bill Passed in Congress Grants Marshall Islanders’ Access to Medicaid.
  • more.

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