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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 15, 2020 – Black Lives

  • Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone Listens to Black Women.
  • 60,000 March Silently in Seattle.
  • Armed Vigilantes Assault and “Detain” Black Man at Missoula Black Lives Matter Protest.
  • Black People in Spokane Five Times More Likely to be Arrested.
  • Spokane Council to Consider Controversial Police Contract Proposal Limiting Citizen Oversight.
  • Models Show Eastern Washington Covid-19 Cases Expected to Rise.
  • more.

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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.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., May 19, 2020 – 2 Farmers Markets

  • City of Moscow to Operate Two Socially-Distanced Farmers’ Markets Simultaneously, One is Drive-Through Pickup, One on Main Street with Distance Between Booths.
  • Moscow Council Accepts $7.3 Million Construction Bid for New Police Station.
  • Asotin County Moves to Phase Two of Governor’s ‘Safe Start’ Plan.
  • Inslee Announces New Criteria to Allow Spokane County and Others to Move to Phase Two Early.
  • more.

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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 – Thu., May 7, 2020 – $7 Billion WA Shortfall

  • Washington Faces $7 Billion Shortfall, Inslee Says Special Session Likely.
  • District 9 Legislators Call on Inslee to Grant Reopen Plan Variance to Whitman County.
  • More Corona Virus Cases in Nez Perce County.
  • Moscow City Hall to Open for Limited In-Person Services with Strict Social Distancing Rules.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., May 4, 2020 – Anti-Social Distancing Protests

  • Anti-Social Distancing Protests in Spokane & Colville Friday Threaten Community Health; Interviews with Stevens County Courthouse Protest.
  • Citizen Files Complaint Against Idaho Freedom Foundation for Violating 501(c)3 Nonprofit Status by Conducting Numerous Lobbying Campaigns.
  • Nez Perce Tribe Reports 12 Confirmed Corona Virus Cases.
  • Yakima County has Highest Per Capita Confirmed Corona Virus Infection Rate in Western US.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 30, 2020 – Little’s Idaho Rebound

  • Governor Brad Little Announces He’s Moving Forward with 4-Step Idaho Rebound Plan to Open State’s Economy with Enforceable Social Distancing Orders.
  • Christ Church-Affiliated Logos School Considering Reopening for In-Person Classes Monday as Almost All Schools in the State to Remain Closed for the Rest of the School Year.
  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee Says He Will Extend his Stay-At-Home Order Past May 4th.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 21, 2020 – No Arrests at Illegal Protest

  • 200 Protest Social Distancing Public Health Emergency Order at Moscow City Hall, Violating Law & Threatening to Spread Corona Virus.
  • 3 Local Republican Candidates Attend Social Distancing Protest.
  • Governor Jay Inslee Says Covid-19 Will Impact Washingtonians’ Daily Lives for Months to Come.
  • Moscow Council Hears about City Actions in Response to Corona Virus Pandemic, and Utility Bill Relief Ideas.
  • Idaho Board of Examiners Reduces K-12 School Allocation by 1% for Current Fiscal Year.
  • BSU to Furlough Many Employees Due to $10 Million Deficit.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 7, 2020 – Moscow Emergency Planning

  • Moscow Council Discusses Emergency Plan for First Responders, Social Distancing & Utility Relief.
  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee & Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal on Limited Exceptions to School Closure Extension.
  • Washington Fish & Wildlife Closes Spring Turkey & Bear Seasons, Extends Statewide Fishing Closure.
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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 2, 2020 – Inslee Extends Order

  • Gov. Jay Inslee Extends Statewide Stay-at-Home Order until Mon., May 4th.
  • 3 UI Students Have Confirmed Cases of Covid-19; Only 1 Was in Moscow Lately.
  • Pullman Memorial Hospital Cuts Pay by 25% For 60 Days.
  • more.

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