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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 18, 2018 – Downtown Education Survey

  • Moscow Council Approves Survey Questions on Education Institutions in Central Business District.
  • WSU’s Gesser Resigns from Athletic Dept. Job after Sexual Misconduct Allegations.
  • State Audit Finds No Deficiencies in Whitman County Finances.

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Evening Report – Mon., Sep 17, 2018 – Jordan Resignations

  • Jordan Campaign Manager & Communications Director Resign.
  • New Misconduct Allegation Against Gesser.
  • Moscow Council to Discuss Survey Questions on Educational Institutions in Central Business District.

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Evening Report – Fri., Aug 24, 2018 – Downtown Educational Institutions

  • Moscow Council Discusses Downtown Educational Institution Question for Citizen Survey.
  • Spokane Council President Dresses Down Greater Spokane Incorporated & Better Spokane Incorporated for Opposing Renewable Energy Ordinance.
  • Tracy Andrus Calls for Adherence to Nuclear Waste Agreement with Feds.

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Evening Report – Tue-8-21-18 – Downtown Ed Survey

  • Moscow Council Plans Citizen Surveys for Educational Institutions in Central Business District.
  • Moscow Council Votes to Reduce Number of Recyclables Accepted at Curbside, Single-Stream Bins.
  • Environmental Groups Get Temporary Injunction to Stop State Wolf Killing Plan in North-Central Washington’s Ferry County.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 15, 2018 – Schools & Art Downtown

  • Moscow Community Development Director Bill Belknap Presents on Zoning Downtown as Part of Discussion of Possible Cap on Educational Institutions in Central Business District
  • Artwalk Interviews
  • Pullman School Board Members Comment on Employees Vote of No Confidence in District Administration
  • Washington Officials Consider How to Manage Steptoe Butte Palouse Prairie Habitat

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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 11, 2018 – Education Downtown

  • Moscow Community Development Director Bill Belknap presents on Zoning for Educational Institutions.
  • Rep. Japayal Meets with All 174 Female Asylum Seekers Held at Sea-Tac Prison.
  • U.S. Attorney General Sessions Creates 7 New Prosecutor Positions for Washington and Idaho.
  • WSU Regents Supports Plan to Address $60 Million Athletic Dept. Deficit.

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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 – 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., Jun 19, 2017 – Gritman

  • Former Gritman Medical Center Board Chair BJ Swanson Calls for Current Board Chair Greg Kimberling to Resign over Conflict-of-Interest Contracting
  • Moscow Council will Consider Next Step in Remanding New St. Andrews College Conditional Use Permit back to Board of Adjustment
  • Jury Convicts former Nez Perce County Deputy of Murdering his Ex-Wife
  • Lawsuit Against Spokane Sheriff’s Deputies in Taser & Chokehold Death


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Evening Report – Fri, Jun 9, 2016 – New St. Andrews Appeal

  • Appeals 4 & 5 of New St. Andrews Conditional Use Permit to Operate an Educational Institution at 112 N. Main St. in Downtown Moscow, Rebuttal & Council Discussion
  • Two Insurance Companies Drop Out of the Washington Individual Insurance Market, Leaving 11
  • Otter’s Higher Education Task Force Begins Work
  • Otter Wants Income Tax Cut Next Year


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