Month: January, 2014
Evening Report – Fri., Jan 31, 2014 – Farmers Mkt. Rules
KRFP | January 31, 2014 | 10:43 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
  • Administrative Committee & Others Discuss Moscow Saturday Farmers Market Rules
  • Industry War Chest to Defeat Jackson County, Oregon GMO Ban Initiative
  • Drought to Effect Southern Idaho Sugar Beet Growers


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    Evening Report – Thu., Jan 30, 2014 – School Computer Shortfall
    KRFP | January 30, 2014 | 7:42 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
    • Dept. of Administration Director Teresa Luna Reveals $14 Million School Computer Budget Shortfall
    • Moscow School Superintendent Proposes Letting Students out 45 Minutes Earlier on Fridays
    • Pullman Planners Present Proposed Cannabis Business Zoning Rules to Planning Commission


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      Evening Report – Wed., Jan 29, 2014 – Gun Initiatives
      KRFP | January 29, 2014 | 7:50 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
      • High Profile Testimony For & Against Washington Gun Background Check Initiatives
      • LeFavour Says Luker’s Denial of Service Bill Will Create Hearing on Same Issues as Add the Words Group
      • Inslee Calls for End of Tax Exemptions to Help Pay for Education
      • 1000 Gallons of De-Icer Likely Used on General Electric Tar Sands Megaload Frozen on Lost Trail Pass
      • Republican Superintendent of Public Instruction Candidate Was Secretary of Idaho Constitution Party Until Earlier this Month


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        Evening Report – Tue., Jan 28, 2014 – Religious Protection Act
        KRFP | January 28, 2014 | 6:30 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
        • Rep. Lynn Luker Introduced Bill to Protect Licenses of Professionals Who Discriminate Because of Religious Beliefs
        • Idaho Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Spend $2 Million to Kill Wolves
        • Animal Rights Activist Gets 5 Years in Firebombing Case


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          Evening Report – Mon., Jan 27, 2014 – Farmers Mkt Rules
          KRFP | January 27, 2014 | 8:06 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
          • Committee Hears from Vendors & Others on Moscow Saturday Farmers Market Rules
          • Idaho Fish & Game Ends Wolf Hunt
          • Luna Won’t Run for Re-election
          • Some Washington Lawmakers Trying to Push Back Against Supreme Court for Education Decision
          • Republicans say Adding Sexual Orientation to Idaho Human Rights Act Won’t Get Hearing This Year


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            KRFP BOARD OF DIRECTORS UPDATE
            maree | January 26, 2014 | 5:33 pm | Audio | No comments

            WELCOME

            AL CHIDESTER

            TO RADIO FREE MOSCOW BOARD OF DIRECTORS

            Radio Free Moscow held its Annual Membership meeting on January 8th, 2014 and voted unanimously for Al Chidester to join the Board of Directors Membership. Al has been a volunteer DJ at KRFP for many years, and is a DJ Mentor, actively engaged in the day to day operations of our community radio station. Al has many organizational skills and creative talents to support our community radio station. We welcome Fiddlin Big Al to our Board of Directors.

            KRFP thanks Mort Demers for his years of volunteer service on our Board of Directors.

            Current Board of Director Members:

            Al Chidester – President

            Cass Davis – Vice President

            Rick Hensley – Treasurer

            Craig Joyner – Secretary

            Kami LaMoreaux

            Maree McHugh

            Michele Adams

            Jim Roach

              Evening Report – Fri., Jan 24, 2014 – Les Purce
              KRFP | January 24, 2014 | 11:46 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
              • Dr. Les Purce Speaking at Latah County Human Rights Task Force MLK Breakfast – extended excerpt
              • Health Committees Hear Problems with Idaho’s Mental Health Service Contractor
              • 3 Grandmothers Arrested Blocking Tar Sands Megaload after Missoula Native American Ceremony in Reserve Street


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                Evening Report – Thu., Jan 23, 2014 – Joint Tax Returns
                KRFP | January 23, 2014 | 7:04 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
                • Idaho House Approves Rule Preventing Same Sex Married Couples from Filing Joint State Income Tax Returns
                • Luna Recommends Smaller Teacher Raises Than Before
                • Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee Report Shows Palouse Water Use Down 1%


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                  Evening Report – Wed., Jan 22, 2014 – UI Budget
                  KRFP | January 22, 2014 | 6:51 pm | Audio, Evening Report | No comments
                  • UI Interim President Don Burnett Tells J-FAC Faculty Salaries Lag
                  • Moscow Council Approves Request for Judicial Water System Bond
                  • Opponents and Supporters Debate Common Core at Capitol in Boise
                  • Woman Arrested in Missoula for Sitting Down in Front of 900,000 Pound Tar Sands Megaload


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                    Moscow Superload Meeting – uncut Pt. 2
                    KRFP | January 21, 2014 | 7:45 pm | Audio, Special Event | 1 Comment

                    ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15TH, 2014, THE CITY OF MOSCOW HOSTED A PUBLIC WORKSHOP WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF DUTCH HAULING COMPANY MAMMOET, THE IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT, THE IDAHO STATE POLICE, LATAH COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT AND ELECTED OFFICIALS ON MAMMOET’S PLANS TO HAUL 1.6 MILLION POUND MEGALOADS THROUGH MOSCOW AND LATAH COUNTY STARTING LATER THIS MONTH. THE SUPERSIZED MEGALOADS MAY BE THE LARGEST INDUSTRIAL TRANSPORTS EVER ON INLAND NORTHWEST ROADWAYS. THE SIZE OF THE TRANSPORTS GREATLY EXCEEDS THE GIANT PIECES OF EXXON-MOBIL TAR SANDS EQUIPMENT MAMMOET HAULED THROUGH MOSCOW IN 2011 AND 2012, WHICH TOPPED OFF AT JUST ABOVE 400,000 POUNDS. THE LOADS, WHICH ARE HEADED TO THE CALUMET REFINERY IN GREAT FALLS WHICH PROCESSES TAR SANDS HEAVY CRUDE, ARE ALSO APPARENTLY GOING TO BE SETTING RECORDS FOR THE LONGEST AND WIDEST. THEY ARE 441 FEET LONG ,WHICH IS THE EQUIVALENT OF A 44 STORY BUILDING, AND 27 FEET WIDE, WHICH IS WIDER THAN TWO LANES.

                    Participants:

                    mayor bill lambert

                    mammoet project manager chip kashel

                    idaho transportation department district engineer doral hoff

                    idaho transportation department information officer adam rush

                    moscow police chief david duke

                    city council member walter steed

                    ” art bettge

                    ” wayne krauss

                    ” tom lamar

                    ” jon weber

                    moscow streets director tyler palmer

                    idaho state police lietentant allen oswald

                    dave reynolds of the moscow fire department

                    latah county commissioner tom stroschein

                    moscow public works director les macdonald

                    Part 1 is here:


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