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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 – 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 – Wed., Jun 9, 2021 – Pullman Downtown Master Plan

  • Pullman Council Reviews Proposed Downtown Master Plan.
  • One New Covid Death in Whitman County.
  • Judge Says California Man Violated Environmental Law with Suction Dredge Mining in South Fork Clearwater River.
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Evening Report – Tue-., Jun 8, 2021 – Edington Annexation

  • Moscow Council Annexes 235 Acres into the City for Edington Development.
  • Moscow Council Votes to Adopt Stormwater Utility Rate Structure.
  • Legislators Apparently Calling for Investigation into Representative Priscilla Giddings in Doxxing Case.
  • Bonner County Republican Central Committee Calls for Republican Senator Jim Woodward of Sagle to Resign for not Being Right-Wing Enough.
  • Whitman County Assessor Robin Jones Dies.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 13, 2021 – ID House Kills Teachers’ Pay w/ Social Justice Scare

  • Idaho House Kills $1.1 Billion K-12 Teachers’ Salaries Budget over Accusations of Failure to Censor Social Justice in Schools, Which is Part of Idaho Freedom Foundation’s Agenda.
  • UI President C. Scott Green Pushes Back on Idaho Freedom Foundation Accusations about Teaching Social Justice.
  • Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin Gets Twitter Pushback over Plan to Establish Task Force to Study Social Justice and “Critical Race Theory Indoctrination” in Idaho Schools.
  • Former Idaho Supreme Court Justice Jim Jones Delivers 16,000 Signatures to Gov. Little in Opposition to SB 1110, Which Will Make it Virtually Impossible to Get An Initiative on the Ballot.
  • Whitman County Reverts Back to Phase 2 of Reopening Plan due to Covid Surge.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends One World Cafe Enhanced Sidewalk Cafe.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 12, 2021 – Student Voter Suppression

  • On Party-Line Vote, Idaho House Passes Republican Rep. Brandon Mitchell’s Bill Disqualifying Most Student ID’s for Election-Day Voter Registration.
  • Idaho Senate Committee Debate on Bill Intended to Prevent State Money Going to Any Group that Performs Abortion and Criminalizes School Health Clinics from Telling Women They Can Get an Abortion.
  • Two New Corona Virus Deaths on the Palouse.
  • Washington Senate Approves Climate Commitment Act.
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Evening Report – Fri., Apr 9, 2021 – Idaho Legislature

  • Idaho Legislature on Fetal Heartbeat Bill, Dam Removal.
  • Whitman County Might Have to Go Back to Stage 2 Monday.
  • Moscow Volunteer Fire Dept. Chief Brian Nickerson Give 2020 Report.
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Evening Report – Wed., Mar 31, 2021 – Vaccine Availability

  • Gov. Inslee Says All 16 Years Old and Over Will Be Eligible for Vaccines Starting Mon., April 15th.
  • Idaho Vaccine Supply May Outstrip Demand in 4 Weeks.
  • Whitman County May Consider Writing Its Own Drug Laws After Washington Supreme Court Throws Out State Felony Possession Law.
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Evening Report – Tue., Mar 30, 2021 – Covid Costs / Vaccination Rates

  • 74% of Pullman Memorial Hospital Staff Vaccinated.
  • Two-Week Covid Break at Idaho Legislature to Cost Taxpayers $318,000.
  • Covid Surge in Whitman County Over the Weekend.
  • Washington House Passes Ban on Open-Carry at Protests.
  • Pullman Residents at Meeting Want Black Lives Matter Theme for Public Art.
  • Moscow Board of Adjustment Rejects Cell Tower at Nazerene Church.
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Evening Report – Mon., Mar 29, 2021 – Pushback Against Racism

  • Idaho Human Rights Activists Who Worked for Decades React to Idaho Freedom Foundation’s Agenda Against Teaching that Racism and Sexism Still Exist.
  • Idaho 97 Project Launched.
  • Federal Agencies Complete 5-Year Idaho National Laboratory Review Required by Cecil Andrus’ 1991 Settlement.
  • Whitman County Health Issues Warning about Social Gatherings After Case Surge.
  • more.

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