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Evening Report – Fri., Mar 19, 2021 – Idaho Legislature Shuts Down

  • Covid-19 Outbreak at Capitol Shuts Down Idaho Legislature Until Tuesday, April 6th.
  • Interview with Senator David Nelson of Moscow.
  • Gov. Jay Inslee Expands Vaccinations, Extends Eviction Moratorium.
  • US Army Corps of Engineers Approves Wetland Destruction Permit for Widened US 95 Segment Over Paradise Ridge.
  • Water Use Down on the Palouse Due to Covid-19.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Feb 17, 2021 – Initiative and Threatening Protests Bills

  • Senate State Affairs Committee Hears Testimony on SB 1110, Which Would Make It Almost Impossible to Get an Initiative of the Idaho Ballot.
  • Right Wing Legislators Slow Down House Business Insisting Their Agenda Gets Through.
  • House Judiciary Committee Hears Testimony on Threatening Protests Targeting Homes.
  • Moscow Council Approves Water Bill Agreements.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Feb 9, 2021 – Historic Names / Felony Voter Assistance

  • Idaho House Committee Approves a Bill Making it a Felony to Help People Vote by Collecting Ballots.
  • Idaho House Passes Bill Removing Local Control Over Place Names.
  • 2 Million Counterfit N-95 Masks Distributed in Washington
  • Gov. Inslee Signs Bill Adding to Unemployment Benefits in Washington.
  • Moscow Committee Considers Legal Contracts With Property Owners for Water Bills.
  • Local Teachers Union Chapter Wants UI Workers to Get Priority for Vaccines Due to In-Person Classes.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Oct 23, 2020 – Palouse Basin Water Summit

  • Presentations from the Palouse Basin Water Summit.
  • 11th & 12th Corona Virus Death in Whitman County.
  • Idaho nearly hits record number of New Single Day Corona Virus Cases.
  • University of Utah Settles for $13.5 Million with McCluskeys.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Oct 7, 2020 – Rench Interview / Spreader Event

  • City of Moscow Warns of Christ Church Event Taking Over Friendship Square Risking Further Covid-19 Spread.
  • Latah County Commission Candidate Gabriel Rench Interview.
  • Idaho Reaches 500 Covid-19 Deaths.
  • Moscow Council Approves Agreement with Palouse Basin Aquifer Commission and Consulting Contract with Alta to Generate Alternative Water Supply Proposal.
  • Pullman Finance Director Recommends 1% Property Tax Increase.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 6, 2020 – Sorensen: Avoid Tests

  • Pullman City Council Member Suggests People Avoid Test as End Run Around Gov. Inslee’s Plan to Keep People Safe From Corona Virus.
  • Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward & Pullman City Council Member Al Sorensen Want Quick Reopening.
  • Moscow Council Approves Changes to City Water Meter Rules.
  • Idaho’s Unemployment Trust Solvency.
  • 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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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 – Thu., Feb 20, 2020 – Sales Tax Distribution

  • Idaho House Passes Bill to Change Sales Tax Distribution Formula.
  • Idaho House Committee Passes Bill to Ban Trans Women Athletes.
  • Moscow Residents to pay Average $9 per Month for New Stormwater Fee.
  • Washington Revenue Forecast Up.  Lawmakers Hope to Use Extra $606 Million on Housing.
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Evening Report – Wed., Jan 1, 2019 – Language of Water

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