Month: January, 2012
Evening Report – Wed., Jan 18, 2012 – Redistricting Thrown Out
KRFP | January 18, 2012 | 7:44 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
  • Heavy Snow Snarls Area
  • Idaho Supreme Court Throws Out Legislative District Map
  • Valley Transit Proposes Alternating Routes
  • City Water Conservation Demonstration Gardens to be in Use
  • Police Chief Duke Reports on Moscow Noise Ordinance Trends in Last 4 Years


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    ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 1-18-2012
    maree | January 18, 2012 | 3:39 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

    The 1912 Center and Heart of the Arts, Inc theme for the 2012 Winter Hallway Show is “This and That”. Original pieces of art that feature something that goes with something else will be accepted at the 1912 Center on January 30th. For more information call 208-669-2249 or go to www.1912center.org. This show will open with a fun family event on February 3rd.

    The theme for the Arts and Travel Exhibit sponsored by the City of Moscow and The Moscow Arts Commission is “Travel destinations near and far”. Original work in painting, photography and drawing or sketch will be considered. Applications are due January 23rd and may be picked up at Moscow City Hall or email djscallorn@ci.moscow.id.us The show will begin February 3rd and run through March 23rd.

    The Auditorium Chamber Music Series presents the Ying Quartet January 26th at 7:30 p.m. in the University of Idaho Administration Auditorium. Tickets may be purchased at the Prichard Gallery in downtown Moscow or online at auditoriumchamermusic.org

    The Moscow League of Women Voters continue their weekly presentations Wednesday s from noon to 1 p.m. in the Fiske Room at the 1912 Center. The topic for January 25th will be “Low Income Housing” presented by John Meyers, HUD Field Office Director. February 1st University of Idaho Child Development Laboratory Director Suzanne Planck will discuss the “Willow Center” a new grief and loss group for children and families on the Palouse. Guests are welcome to attend.

    Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest has several important events coming up.

    Phone bank volunteers are needed on January 19th, 24th and 25th.

    January 28th join Planned Parenthood and Add the Words Idaho Campaign in a statewide day of action to support an amendment to the Idaho Human Rights Act. This amendment would include protection against discrimination in areas of employment, housing, education and public accommodation. Rallies and vigils are planned.

    February 20th is Reproductive health and Rights Lobby Day and you can participate as a citizen lobbyist; Planned Parenthood will provide the training you need to make your voice effectively heard to our elected officials in Boise.

    To sign up or for more information contact Jennifer Whitney, North Idaho Field Organizer of Planned Parenthood votes Northwest at 509-241-4301 or email jennifer.whitney@ppvotesnw.org

    Heart of the Arts Winter Market is happening this Saturday January 21st form 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the 1912 Center. The market will feature arts and crafts vendors, food items for lunch, and a free children’s art activity. Be sure to stop by the KRFP booth while at this Saturday’s Market.

    IF YOU HAVE EVENTS FOR YOUR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD TO THE KRFP CALENDAR EMAIL YOUR INFORMATION TO ARTS@KRFP.ORG



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      Evening Report – Tue., Jan 17, 2012 – Idaho Medical Marijuana
      KRFP | January 17, 2012 | 7:24 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
      • Lower Legislative Economic Forecast Could Scuttle Otter Tax Break Plan
      • Rep. Trail Introduces Medical Marijuana Bill in Idaho House
      • Washington Democrats Want to Curb Attorney General’s Powers


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        Evening Report – Mon., Jan 16, 2012 – MLK Day Unity March
        KRFP | January 16, 2012 | 7:20 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
        • Spokane’s Martin Luther King, Junior Day Unity March Occurs Without Incident One Year After Bomb Attack – Report from Gavin Dahl of KYRS, Thin Air Community Radio
        • Idaho Grocers Tell Lawmakers They Want Food Stamps Issued Throughout Month
        • Latah County Sheriff Wayne Rausch Files for Bankruptcy
        • Winter Storm Expected


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          Evening Report – Fri., Jan 13, 2011 – Record Megaloads
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          • This week saw 1.75 Million Pounds of Tar Sands Equipment Pass Through Moscow.  We have a review.
          • Ethics Commission Proposal Hits Partisan Snags
          • Moscow School Districts plans Sports Fields on Joseph Avenue
          • City Rejects Firefighter Nepotism Claim


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            Evening Report – Thu., Jan 12, 2012
            KRFP | January 12, 2012 | 7:00 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
            • 475,000 Pound Exxon-Mobil Megaload Passes Through Moscow, 935,000 Pounds Expected Tonight
            • Imperial Oil Spokesperson Won’t Say If 2nd Phase of Exxon-Mobil Kearl Oil Sands Project Means More Megaloads in Northwest
            • Otter Backtracks on Federal Medicaid Compensation Warning
            • Idaho County’s Lochsa Land Swap Task Force Won’t Favor Any Proposed Alternatives


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              Evening Report – Wed., Jan 11, 2012 – 1.75 Million Pounds in 3 Days
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              • Exxon-Mobil Moves Only One Load Last Night
              • 5 More Loads Over the Next Two Nights Totaling 1.4 Million Pounds
              • Education Department Announces New Ways to Evaluate Idaho Schools
              • New Law Would Allow Parent Input on Teacher Evaluations
              • More Details on Otter Budget


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                KRFP ARTS AND EVENTS CALENDAR 1-11-2012
                maree | January 11, 2012 | 12:52 pm | Arts & Culture, Audio | No comments

                KRFP ART AND EVENTS UPDATE 1-11-2012


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                BE SURE TO GET YOUR TICKETS FOR THE ANNUAL MARTIN LUTHER KING HUMAN RIGHTS COMMUNITY BREAKFAST..

                THE BREAKFAST SPONSORED BY THE LATAH COUNTY HUMAN RIGHTS TASK FORCE IS AT 9 A.M. THIS SATURDAY JANUARY 14TH AT THE MOSCOW JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL . TICKETS ARE 8$ FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC AND $4 FOR STUDENTS AND MAY BE PURCHASED AT PARADISE RIDGE CD’S LOCATED AT 117 East 3rd St. MANY SPECIAL ACTIVITIES ARE PLANNED.

                THE KEYNOTE SPEAKERS FOR THIS YEARS EVENT ARE AMERICAN FREEDOM RIDERS HELEN AND ROBERT SINGLETON.

                THE CITY OF MOSCOW AND MOSCOW ARTS COMMISSION ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FROM LOCAL AND REGIONAL ARTISTS FOR THE ARTS AND TRAVEL EXHIBIT. THE THEME IS TRAVEL DESTINATIONS (BOTH NEAR AND FAR) . THE SHOW WILL BEGIN FEBRUARY 3RD, AND RUN THROUGH MARCH 23RD. ORIGINAL WORK IN PAINTING, PHOTOGRAPHY AND DRAWING OR SKETCH WILL BE CONSIDERATION FOR ENTRY. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE JANUARY 23RD AND MAY BE PICKED UP AT MOSCOW CITY HALL OR EMAIL DJSCALLOLRN@CI.MOSCOW.ID.US

                FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 208-883-7036.

                THE AUDITORIUM CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES PRESENTS THE YING QUARTET THURSDAY JANUARY 26TH AT 7:30 P.M. IN THE UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO ADMINISTRATION AUDITORIUM.

                TICKETS ARE $20 GENERAL ADMISSION, 17$ FOR SENIORS AND $10 FOR STUDENTS AND MAY BE PURCHASED AT THE PRICHARD GALLERY IN DOWNTOWN MOSCOW OR ON-LINE AT AUDITORIUMCHAMBERMUSIC.ORG.

                THE LEWIS AND CLARK STATE COLLEGE CENTER FOR ARTS AND HISTORY LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF 5TH AND MAIN IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN LEWISTON WILL OPEN THEIR CURRENT SHOW THIS FRIDAY JANUARY 13TH WITH A RECEPTION FROM 4 TO 7 PM. THREE EXHIBITS ARE FEATURED : DOUG DAVIDSON: THE FACE OF PERU; LUDMILLA PAREZ SASKOVA: THE GOOD GIRL, AND KARRI DIEKEN: CONVERSATIONS IN A SEA OF LAND. THIS SHOW WILL RUN THROUGH APRIL 6TH.

                ADMISSION TO THE CENTER FOR ARTS AND HISTORY IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FROM 11 AM TO 4 PM THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY.

                PALOUSE WOMEN ARTISTS HAVE A GROUP SHOW OF “ARTFUL ACCESSORIES” CURRENTLY AT THE DAHMEN BARN AT 419 N. PARKWAY, IN UNIONTOWN, WASHINGTON. HOURS ARE 10 A.M. TO 4 P.M THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY. THIS SHOW RUNS THROUGH JANUARY 29TH. PALOUSE WOMEN ARTISTS INVITE LOCAL WOMEN WHO HAVE AN ENTHUSIASM FOR MAKING ART TO JOIN THEM FOR THEIR MONTHLY MEETINGS THE THIRD SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH AT RED DOOR GNOSH IN DOWNTOWN MOSCOW. SOCIAL HOUR FROM 5 – 6 PM FOLLOWED BY A BRIEF MEETING AND PRESENTATION.

                IF YOU HAVE EVENTS FOR YOUR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD TO THE KRFP CALENDAR EMAIL YOUR INFORMATION TO ARTS@KRFP.ORG

                  Evening Report – Jan 10, 2012 – Whitman Co. Mall Obligation
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                  • Whitman County Prosecutor Says Commissioners May Have Locked County into $15 Million Deal to Benefit Hawkins Mall Developers
                  • Activists Question Otter’s Spending Plans
                  • Rusche says House Democrats May Vote with Far Right against Health Insurance Exchange to Gain Leverage
                  • Public Works Committee Hears Plans to Dredge Hordemann Pond
                  • Hamilton Community Garden Likely to Expand


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                    Evening Report – Mon, Jan 9, 2011 – State of State
                    KRFP | January 9, 2012 | 7:42 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
                    • Idaho Governor C. L. 'Butch' Otter

                      Idaho Governor C. L. 'Butch' Otter

                      Governor’s Proposed Budget Increases Secondary School Funding by $31.6 Million with Funds to Go Towards Luna Education Overhaul

                    • City Committee Hears Report on Federal Stimulus Infrastructure Spending Including ADA-Compliant Curbs and Friendship Square Kiosk
                    • Exxon Mobil Plans 845,000 Pound Convoy Through Moscow Tuesday Night


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