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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 21, 2017 – Health Care Bill: WA & ID

  • Analysis says 850,000 Could Lose Health Care Coverage in Washington & Idaho Under Bill Before US Senate
  • WSU Regents to Vote on Accepting $14.8 Million Offer for Land from Airport
  • Idaho Controllers Office Employee Accused of Sexual & Racial Harassment

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Evening Report – Wed., Sep 20, 2017 – Forest Fires

  • John Muir Project Author says Forest Fires this Year were not Particularly Catastrophic
  • Forest Service Lifts Closures & Campfire Restrictions in Some Places, Others Remain in Place
  • Labrador says Now is Time to Reform Immigration Laws
  • Senators from Washington want Congress to Slow Down on Changing Affordable Care Act

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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 19, 2017 – Moscow Infrastructure

  • Moscow will Accept State & Federal Money for Infrastructure Repairs from Rough Winter
  • Rain Quenches Some Fires.
  • Lewiston Council Decides not to Sign Certification of Assistance to Immigration Agencies as Part of Police Grant Application.
  • Governor Otter Urges Jerome County Undersheriff to Contract with ICE for Jailing Immigration Suspects.
  • State Audit Says Whitman County Finances in Good Order for First Time in 10 Years.

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Evening Report – Mon., Sep 18, 2017 – Blob & Salmon

  • “Blob” of Warm Ocean Water Dissipates, but Effects on Salmon & Steelhead will Last for Years
  • Minimal Voter Fraud in Oregon
  • Questions Arise about Freshman Idaho Legislator Priscilla Giddings’s Eligibility to Run in District 7 Race

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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 15, 2017 – DACA Rally Excerpts

  • Extended Excerpts from Sunday’s Rally for DACA Recipients in Moscow
  • Idaho Education Task Force Makes 12 Recommendations
  • Huge Fire Year in West
  • Strychnine Fire 100% Contained
  • Pygmy Rabbit Colony Rescued

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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 14, 2017 – Constitutional Convention

  • Idaho Legislature Sends 10 Lawmakers to Arizona’s Constitutional Convention Planning Meeting
  • High School Killing Near Spokane Likely Sparked by Bullying
  • Tribes Lobby for Place Names Changes in Yellowstone

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Evening Report – Wed., Sep 13, 2017 – Uber in Pullman

  • Pullman Council Votes to Change Driver Background Checks to Facilitate Uber Moving into the Transportation Business
  • School Shooting in Spokane Area Leaves 1 High School Student Dead
  • EPA to Hold Hearing on Idaho Dept. of Water Resources Enforcement of Federal Clean Water Act Tomorrow in Lewiston
  • Buffalo Field Campaign Founder Mike Meece in Moscow to Raise Support for Bison

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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 12, 2017 – Music Fest Street Closure

  • Moscow Committee Recommends Street Closure with Only Ticket-holders allowed for Humble Burger Music Festival in October
  • Moscow Committee Recommends Applying for FEMA Grant to Reduce Flood Rick near Bridge Street on East Side of City
  • Pullman Council to Vote on Taxi Driver Security Check Changes on Behalf of Uber
  • Polish Heavy Metal Band Arrested for Kidnapping in Spokane Rape Investigation
  • Racist Fliers Target Sandpoint Mayor

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Evening Report – Mon., Sep 11, 2017 – Free the Snake Flotilla

  • Hundreds of Boaters Paddle on Snake River to Call for Removal of 4 Lower Snake River Dams
  • Locals Rally in Support of DACA
  • Idaho Health & Welfare Working on New Plan to Close State’s Medicaid Gap

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KRFP Bike Raffle

You can reduce your carbon foot print, cruise around the Palouse on a Citizen 2 Hybrid Bicycle, and support Radio Free Moscow.   KRFP is raffling a brand-new Jamis Citizen 2 bike.   The winner will receive a customized 2014 Citizen 2 Hybrid from Rolling Hills Bikes.

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Jamis Citizen 2 Bike Being Raffled by KRFP! Jamis Citizen 2, Comfortable, enjoyable mobility: that’s Citizen. This is the ultimate low-carbon-footprint, sightseeing machine. It’s a low-impact and fun workout for new cyclists and a zero-emissions way to get around town. We can’t think of a better way to be a good Citizen

Tickets are 5 dollars for one ticket or five tickets for 20 dollars. You can buy raffle tickets on line or stop by the station at 114 East Third Street, and enter via the alley. You can find us at Farmer’s Market Saturdays in Friendship Square from 9 am to 1 pm, and you can buy tickets from our KRFP deejays.   Tickets are also available at Tye Dye Everything  527 S. Main St. in Moscow and 12 Mile Market Farm Store 3820 HiWay 8, just outside of Troy (open Saturdays & Sundays only).

The winner will be announced in late October when KRFP celebrates our 10th Anniversary.

Money raised will help keep the programming you hear on the Palouse Region’s only community radio station rolling from our antennae on Paradise Ridge.

You need not be present to win. The winner will receive a customized Jamis Citizen 2 Hybrid Bicycle from Radio Free Moscow’s raffle partner Rolling Hill Bikes located on 6th Street in downtown Moscow.

How can you lose? Buy one or one hundred tickets. When you purchase a raffle ticket you support free speech and progressive values, and you just might win a brand new bike!

KRFP staff and Board Members and their families are not eligible to win this raffle.

KRFP volunteer deejays are eligible to win.

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