Monthly Archives: May 2018

Evening Report – Fri., May 25, 2018 – Downtown Education

  • Moscow City Council Discusses Capping Educational Institutions in the Central Business District
  • University of Idaho President Chuck Staben will Leave in June 2019

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Evening Report – Thu., May 24, 2018 – Racist Robocalls

  • Racist California Robocalls Traced to Sandpoint Man Accused of Harassment.
  • Spokane City Report Documents Culture of Hazing & Harassment at Spokane Fire Department.
  • Washington Utility Regulators Concerned about Foreign Influence on Hydro One, the Canadian Company Buying Avista.
  • Idaho Board Rejects Governor’s Mansion Idea

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Evening Report – Wed., May 23, 2017 – Farmers Mkt Branding

  • Moscow Council Ratifies Grant Submissions for Farmers Market Branding and Layout Study
  • Moscow Council Directs Staff to Develop Self-Insurance Program for City Employees
  • Flooding Expected in Central and Eastern Montana
  • 4 Still Missing in Selway River Mishap

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Evening Report – Tue., May 22, 2018 – Schools in Central Business District

  • Moscow Council Discusses Capping Educational Institutions in the Central Business District.
  • Avista Plans to Install Smart Meters at All Washington Customer Locations by 2020, Raising Health & Privacy Concerns.
  • Gov. Otter Appoints 2nd District Judge John Stegner to Idaho Supreme Court.
  • Oregon Education Dept. to Hold Hearing on Anti-Gay Discrimination at Coastal High School.

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Evening Report – Mon., May 21, 2018 – Border Patrol

  • US Border Patrol to Re-open Spokane Station, Add 30 Agents.
  • Flooding Continues in North-Central and Northeastern Washington, Central and Western Montana.
  • Democrat Jennifer Goulet of Pasco to Face Republican Incumbent Mary Dye of Pomeroy in Washington House District 9 Race for Seat 1.
  • Democrat Matthew Sutherland of Pullman to Face Republican Incumbent Joe Schmick of Colfax in Washington House District 9 Race for Seat 2.

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Evening Report – Fri., May 18, 2018 – March for Our Lives

  • Additional Coverage of the March 24th March for Our Lives event in Moscow
  • Pullman City Council Discusses New City Hall Design with Architects
  • Columbia Generating Station Unexpectedly Shuts Down
  • Hanford Vitrification Test Said to be Successful

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Evening Report – Thu., May 17, 2018 – Pullman City Hall

  • Pullman City Council Tells Architects what They Want in New City Hall on Crestview Drive.
  • Latah County Considering Joining an Opioid Class Action Lawsuit.
  • Scotchman Peaks Wilderness Advisory Vote Loses by Close Margin.
  • Well Tests Show High Levels of Uranium in Northeastern Washington Drinking Water.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 16, 2018 – Jordan, Little, McNiel, Fulcher

  • Idaho Democratic Latino Caucus Chair Cristina McNiel wins 1st District Democratic Congressional Primary, Former State Senator Russ Fulcher wins Republican.
  • Former State Rep. Jordan wins Democratic Governor Primary, Lt. Gov. Brad Little wins Republican.
  • Republican State Senator Dan Foreman Survives District 5 Republican Primary Challenge by 109 Votes.
  • Sorensen & Goesling win District 5 House Primaries.
  • Washington Legislative Ethics Board Absolves Republican Senator Joel Kretz of Ethics Complaint for Pushing WSU to Stop Professor Robert Wielgus’ Wolf Research.
  • Pullman Council Votes to Spend $6 Million on UV Wastewater Treatment.

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Evening Report – Tue., May 15, 2018 – Weilgus Wolf Research Settlement

  • WSU Wolf Research Robert Weilgus Settles with WSU for $300,000 for Suppression of Wolf Research.
  • Moscow Moving Towards Self-Insuring Employees.
  • Sangria Development on West 6th & Jackson Streets Falls Through.

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Evening Report – Mon., May 14, 2018 – Idaho Primary

  • Idaho Primary Tuesday, Polls are Open 8 am to 8 pm
  • Inslee Declares State of Emergency for Possible Increased Flooding in Eastern Washington
  • Inslee Releases Plan to Overhaul Mental Health System
  • Idaho Public Utility Commission Hearings Next Month on Purchase of Avista by Canadian Company Hydro One

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