Monthly Archives: January 2019

Evening Report – Fri., Jan 18, 2019 – NW Climate Assessment

  • UI Professors Sanford Eigenbrode and Jeff Hickey talk about What the 2018 US Climate Assessment says about the Northwest.
  • Sen. Jim Risch Connected to Illegal Campaign Donation from Pro-Soviet Ukraine President.
  • Moscow Urban Renewal Agency to Consider 3 Proposals for Developments at 6th & Jackson Streets.
  • Pullman Principals say Elementary Schools are Full.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jan 17, 2019 – Idaho Abortion Reporting Law

  • Idaho Lawmakers Seek to Modify Last Year’s Abortion Reporting Law.
  • Idaho Wolf Depredation Control Board Requests $200,000 for Killing Wolves Despite Surplus.
  • Gov. Little Forces Resignation of Idaho Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Chair over Conflict of Interest Issue.
  • Tim Eyman’s $30 Vehicle Tab Fee Initiative Has Enough Signatures.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jan 16, 2019 – Recycling Center

  • Moscow Committee Recommends Approving Recycling Center Changes.
  • Rep. Mike Moyle of Star Introduced Bill to Ban Municipalities from Forcing Annexation of Agricultural Land.
  • Moscow Board Approves Conditional Use Permit for New St. Andrews College Expansion Parking Plan.
  • Oregon Puts Consideration of Avista Sale on Hold.
  • 200 Add the Words Proponents Flood Idaho Capitol.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jan 15, 2019 – Northwest Climate

  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee says Climate Change Most Imminent Threat in State of the State Address.
  • Two University of Idaho Scientists Discuss Latest Climate Assessment for the Northwest.
  • Newly Elected US Rep. Russ Fulcher of Idaho’s First Congressional District Quietly Divorced before Election.
  • Moscow to Apply for $1.7 Million Grant to Improve Safety of Public Avenue.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jan 14, 2018 – Washington Legislature

  • Washington Legislature Begins 2019 Session.
  • Orca Born.
  • Idaho Legislative Committee to Consider Bill to Cap Artesian Wells to Help Conserve Water and Save Federally-Protected Bruneau Hot Springs Snail.
  • Nez Perce Tribe Withdraws Application for National Registry of Historic Places Designation Along Lochsa River.
  • Shutdown May Put Idaho Steelhead Season in Jeopardy.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jan 11, 2019 – Climate and Fire on NW Landscape

  • UI Fire Ecology and Management Professor Heather Heward discusses Climate Change Impact on Northwest Fire Regimes.
  • Idaho Charter Schools get Boosts from Federal Money.
  • Idaho Legislature’s Revenue Assessment Committee predicts $3.75 Billion in Revenue, Less Than Gov. Little’s $4.06 Billion Projection.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jan 10, 2019 – Education Stabilization

  • Idaho Legislative Committee Hears Report on Education Stabilization Fund; Takes no Action after $16.6 Million Withdrawal.
  • Concern over National Register of Historical Places Designation along Lochsa River.
  • Pullman Police Settle Excessive Force Claim for $500,000.
  • US Army Corps of Engineers Move Forward with Environmental Impact Statement on Dams & Salmon.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jan 9, 2019 – Courts in Pullman

  • Pullman Officials Talk about How to Keep District Court Functions in the City Once City Hall Moves.
  • Moscow Pathways Commission Recommends Allowing E-Bikes & Scooters on Trails.
  • Gov. Inslee, AG Ferguson & Washington Officials Object to Hanford Nuclear Waste Re-Classification.
  • Little Proposes 3% Raise for State Workers.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jan 8, 2019 – Idaho Budget for Medicaid

  • Idaho Gov. Brad Little’s Proposed Budget Does Not Contain Money to Pay for Implementing Work or Personal Responsibility Requirements for Medicaid Expansion Beneficiaries.
  • Oregon Environment Groups Withdraw from Wolf Predation Policy Planning with State Government & Ranchers.
  • Moscow Council Rejects Cell Tower.

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Evening Report – Mon., Jan 7, 2019 – Little State of the State

  • Governor Brad Little says Education is his Number One Priority; Medicaid Expansion Implemented in an “Idaho Manner”.
  • Idaho Humane Society Outraged about Acquittal of Classroom Puppy Killer.
  • Washington Dept. of Ecology Approves Trans Mountain Pipeline Spur Emergency Spill Response.

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