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Evening Report – Fri., Jul 16, 2021 – Drought Emergency

  • Gov. Jay Inslee Declares Drought Emergency for Most of Washington – full press conference.
  • Pullman City Council Ward 1 Candidates’ Forum – Hour 1.
  • Idaho Republicans Decide Against Reconvening Legislature to Prevent Job Vaccine Mandates.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 13, 2021 – E-Bikes & E-Scooters

  • Moscow Committee Approves Proposed E-Bike Rental Licenses.
  • Moscow Council Considers Drug Sniffing Dog Budget Request.
  • Idaho Association of Commerce & Industry Opposes Proposal to Reconvene Legislature to Outlaw Employer Vaccine Mandates.
  • Pullman Ward 1 City Council Primary Candidates Forum On-Line Thursday at 7 pm.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 25, 2021 – Washington Vaccinations, Evictions

  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee and Health Secretary Dr. Umair Shah on Vaccinations & Evictions (full press conference).
  • Moscow School District Budget Recovers $300,000 Lost Due to Holdbacks.
  • Lt. Gov. McGeachin’s Task Force is White Non-Teachers Talking about How to Teach About Racism without Input from Teachers or People of Color.
  • Idaho Health & Welfare to Analyze More Positive Covid Tests for Variants.
  • UI Considers Purchasing Old Moscow Police Station for Vandal Store and Art Gallery.
  • more.

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Thu., Jun 24, 2021 – Eviction Bridge Program

  • Washington Gov. Jay Inslee Announces Eviction Bridge Program to Start After Eviction Moratorium Expires July 1st.
  • Most Unvaccinated Idahoans Have Stopped Wearing Masks in Public.
  • Idaho Officials Trying to Increase Confidence in Vaccinations.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue, Jun 22, 2021 – Moscow Body Cams

  • Moscow Police Chief James Fry on Body Cameras after 2 Months’ Use.
  • Idaho Vaccinations Now Over 50% for At Least One Dose.
  • Dept. of Energy Awards $6.4 Million Dollar Cleanup Contract for INL.
  • Whitman County to Spend $9.7 Million in American Rescue Plan Act Money.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 17, 2021 – Portland Protest Police Brutality Indictment

  • Multnomah Co. Grand Jury Indicts Police Officer for Assault Against Journalist in Last Year’s Black Lives Matter Protests.
  • Gov. Brad Little Announces 4-Hours Paid Leave for State Employees who Get Vaccinated.
  • Fire Officials Expect Severe Drought Conditions in Idaho, While Will Compete with Other Dry Western States for Fire Crews.
  • State Board of Education Drops College Entrance Exam Requirement for High School Seniors.
  • Latah County Dept. of Motor Vehicles Deals with Backlog.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 14, 2021 – Emsi Merges with Burning Glass

  • Moscow-Based Emsi to Merge with Burning Glass Technologies of Boston to form “Emsi Burning Glass;” Emsi CEO Crapuchettes to Remain as Advisor to New Company’s Board.
  • Vaccination Rates Lag in Eastern Washington.
  • Idaho Gets New Federal Magistrate Judge.
  • Food Insecurity Up During Pandemic in Whitman and Latah Counties.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 10, 2021 – Bundy Supporters Oregon Encampment

  • Supporters of Ammon Bundy Camp at Klamath Lake Dam in Oregon Threatening to Open Floodgates, Local Farmers Mostly Don’t Want Them.
  • Seattle Reaches 70% Vaccinated.
  • Latah County Assessor Rod Wakefield Says Assessments Will Go Up Due to Rising Real Estate Prices.
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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 3, 2021 – Alpha Tau Omega Alcohol Death

  • Family of Deceased WSU Frat Pledge Says Indictments for Serving Alcohol to Minors Do Not Amount to Justice.
  • New Corona Virus Death in Latah County.
  • Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins to Retire.
  • Eastern Washington University Changes Course, Will Require Vaccines for Fall Semester.
  • WSU Establishes Center for Cannabis Policy & Research.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., May 20, 2021 – Mental Health Update

  • Mike Berney of Palouse River Counseling Gives Pullman City Council Update on the Mental Health Situation in Whitman County Coming Out of the Pandemic.
  • BSU President Tromp Says University Will Use Cost-Savings During the Pandemic to Make Up for the Legislature’s $1.5 Million Punishment for Teaching Social Justice & Having Diversity Programs.
  • 60 Protesters at State Capitol Call for Resignation of Republican Rep. Priscilla Giddings of White Bird for Doxxing 19 Year Old Intern who Accused Right-Wing Lawmaker Aaron Von Ehlinger of Rape.
  • Incumbents Win 2 out of 3 Seats on Kootenai Health Hospital Board after Facing Slate of Republican-Party Backed Challengers Skeptical of Current Hospital Mask Rules or Possible Future Vaccination Rules for Employees.
  • more.

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