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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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Evening Report – Fri., May 17, 2019 – Smart Meters Electromagnetic Fields

  • Electromagnetic Field Specialist Bill Cadwallader Addresses Moscow Sustainable Environment Commission after Concerns about Avista’s new Metering System which will Increase Electromagnetic Radiation Exposure.
  • Insleee Unveils $9 Trillion Climate Action Plan.
  • Proposed New Police Station would be Solar-Ready.
  • Oregon Expands School Meal Program to Include Those From Families with Incomes up to 3 Times the Poverty Level.
  • WSU Scientists Develop Environment-Friendly Plant-Based Styrofoam.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 15, 2019 – UI Arena Costs

  • UI Wants $5 Million More for Basketball Arena.
  • Governor Little Chooses 26-Member K-12 Education Task Force.
  • WSU President Schulz Expects a Decline in Freshman Enrollment.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., May 8, 2019 – Oregon Teachers Strike

  • Oregon Teachers Go on Strike Statewide for Better State Funding.
  • WSU Names Mitzi Montaya Provost.
  • Pullman Increases Salt to Sand Ratio for Easier Snow Plowing.
  • Trump Nominates William Hyslop as US Attorney for eastern Washington.

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Evening Report – Thu., May 2, 2019 – UI Plus Minus Grading

  • UI Faculty Senate Backs Plus-Minus Grading.
  • USDA will Conduct Environmental Impact Statement on Wildlife Service’s Predator Killing Program in Idaho.
  • USDA Responds to Western Watersheds Project’s Lawsuit over UI Sheep Grazing at Research Station in Centennial Mountains.
  • Clearwater Paper Suspends Lewiston Plant Manager.

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Evening Report – Mon., Apr 29, 2019 – Idaho Workplace Fatalities

  • Idaho Labor Memorializes 27 Who Dies in Workplace Accidents or by Occupational Diseases in the State in the Last Year.
  • Washington Legislature Finishes Session Passing $52.4 Billion Budget.
  • Seattle Crane Collapse on Google Headquarters Project Kills 4.
  • Governor Little Says State will Intervene in Sage Grouse Habitat Case.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 25, 2019 – Fired UI AD Rob Spear’s New Job

  • Fired UI Athletic Director Rob Spear Gets $100,000 Job as Idaho Falls Auditorium District Executive Director.
  • Moscow Committee Recommends $98,000 Contract with FCS Group for Water & Sewer Rate Study.
  • Washington Legislature Approves Bill Requiring Hospitals to Give Rest & Meal Breaks to Nurses & Other Workers.
  • Moscow & Pullman Police Short Handed.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Apr 24, 2019 – Idaho Legislative Wrap Up

  • District 5 Idaho Lawmakers Discuss Medicaid Expansion Sideboards, Revenge on Voters Act, Education & Hemp at Session Wrap-Up Panel.
  • 9th Circuit Court of Appeals Reinstates Environmental Lawsuit Against Federal Wildlife Services Over Wolf Killing Program.  Interview with Gary McFarlane of FOC.
  • Pullman Hospital Bond Likely Didn’t Get Enough Votes to Pass.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Apr 23, 2019 – Rep. Matt Shea & Far Right

  • Criticism of Republican Rep. Matt Shea of Spokane Valley for Offering to do Background Checks on Progressives in Chat Conversation Advocating Violence Against Them.
  • Idaho Medical Marijuana Initiative Gets Critical Legal Review.
  • UI Plans $8 Million Meat Science Building Next to ASUI Kibbie Dome.
  • State Board of Education Names Marlene Tromp as Boise State University President.
  • Moscow Plans Street Slurry Seal Treatments.

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Evening Report – Thu., Apr 18, 2019 – Terragraphics Remediation

  • Terragraphics Foundation Executive Director Talks about Mining Toxin Remediation Efforts around the Globe and in Idaho’s Silver Valley.
  • Washington Senate Approves Initial Funding for $225 Million Psychiatric Teaching Hospital in Seattle.
  • Washington Senate Approves Bill Prohibiting Parent Measles Vaccination Opt Outs for Schoolchildren.
  • State Board of Education Approves 5.6% University of Idaho Tuition & Fee Increase.

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