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Evening Report – Tue., Aug 13, 2019 – Sage Grouse Decline

  • Idaho’s Sage Grouse Populations Decreased by 52% Since US Fish & Wildlife Service Decided Not to Put Them on Endangered Species List.
  • Idaho Gov. Little’s K-12 Task Force Member Wants New Accountability Based on Literacy.
  • Latah County Official Wants 2 Polling Places in Moscow for 2019 City Council Elections, Both on East Side.
  • 3 Southern Resident Orcas Missing and Presumed Dead, Leaving 73 on the Planet.
  • Pullman City Hall Bids $1 Million Over Prediction.
  • Pullman May Have 2 New Large Student Housing Developments Soon.
  • Pullman Council to Take Input on Proposed Temporary Moratorium on Downtown Development.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 16, 2019 – Moscow Bans New Colleges Downtown

  • Moscow Council Votes to Bar New or Expanded Colleges in Central Business District.
  • Partnership for Economic Prosperity Board President Dan Ewart Gives Update to Moscow Council.
  • Pullman Council to Discuss Temporary Downtown Construction Moratorium.
  • Jared Mendez Pleads Guilty in Killing of Christopher Vessels with Baseball Bat in Juliaetta.
  • Idaho Land Board Rewrites Mining Regulations.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jul 10, 2019 – Moscow Drug Sniffing Dog

  • Moscow Police Want City Council to Budget $10,600 for Drug Sniffing Dog.
  • Washington Fish & Wildlife Plans to Kill 2 Members of a Profanity Peak Wolf Pack in Stevens County.
  • Pullman Council Member Wants Moratorium on New Construction Downtown.
  • Washington Sues Navy Over Noise Growler Training Flights At Whidbey Island.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 2, 2019 – Police Station Planning

  • Moscow Council Approves Design Agreement for New Police Station.
  • Moscow Council Agrees to Out-of-City Hookup for Appaloosa Mobile Home Court.
  • Whitman County Commission Authorizes Commissioner Swannack to Make Counter Offer to Pullman for Having Whitman County District Court in Pullman.
  • Idaho Governor Brad Little Announces State & US Forest Service Have Identified 6700 Square Miles where Idaho Can Participate in Forest Service Timber Sales.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 21, 2019 – Forest Service Logging Changes

  • Gary MacFarlane of Friends of the Clearwater Considers New Forest Service Rules Could have on Environment.
  • Laura McAloon Tells Pullman City Council about City’s $400,000 Offer to Whitman County to Continue District Court Services in the County.
  • UI Law School Professor Shaakirrah Sanders intends to Sue University for Discrimination.
  • Hiding Oregon Senators Likely in Idaho.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 20, 2019 – Pullman Downtown Plan

  • Pullman Consultant to Write Downtown Master Plan.
  • Oregon Governor & Senate Leader Send Oregon State Police to Find 12 Hiding Republican Senators to Bring them to Capitol for Major Cap and Trade Vote.
  • Genesee Likely to Hold November City Bond Election to Replace Wastewater Treatment System.
  • Officials Say It’s Unlikely Non-Approved Monsanto GMO Wheat Found Growing in Washington Field Recently has Contaminated Food Supply.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 19, 2019 – Pullman District Court Offer

  • Pullman Makes $400,000 Per Year Offer to Whitman County for District Court Services.
  • Grizzly Spotted in Clearwater Basin.
  • Canada Officially Approves Trans-Canada Pipeline Expansion Spelling Danger to Orcas.
  • Seattle & Tribal Officials Urge Against Another Danger to Orcas: Navy Sonar & Explosive Testing Set to Begin Next Year.
  • Monsanto Roundup-Ready GM Wheat Found in Washington Field.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 18, 2019 – Ice Rink Extension

  • Moscow Council Extends $1 Million Commitment for New Ice Rink for 3 More Years.
  • Red Flag Warning for Much of Eastern Washington Wednesday.
  • Whitman County Lease for District Court in Pullman Ends August 30th with No Agreement Yet as Pullman Vacates City Hall.
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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 7, 2019 – Moscow Transportation / Pullman Critical Areas

  • Moscow Transportation Commission Chair Michael Kyte Gives Citizen Commission Report and Lists Priorities.
  • Pullman Council Holds Public Hearing on Critical Areas Ordinance Update.
  • WSU Athletic Dept. Debt Keeps Rising towards $100 Million by 2023.
  • Social Media Blow Up Over Moscow Eatery Beer Ban Results in New Local Pro-Choice FB Page.
  • Federal Judge Hears Arguments on Idaho’s Physician-Only Abortion Law.
  • Spokane Police Won’t Let City Council Members See Video of Violent Police Behavior with Non-Disclosure Agreement Signatures.
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Evening Report – Mon., May 20, 2019 – Local Election Previews

  • Moscow Voters Go To the Polling Station Tuesday to Vote on the $9.64 Million General Obligation Bond, Which Includes $7.89 Million for New Police Station.
  • Whitepine School District Patrons Will Vote on 1-Year, $880,000 Supplemental Levy Tuesday.
  • Two Contested Pullman City Council Races in November.
  • Whitman County Filing Deadline Passes; There Will be a Few Contested Races in November.
  • Governor Inslee Expands Drought Declaration to Half of State.

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