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Evening Report – Fri., Jul 3, 2020 – Reclaim Idaho Schools Initiative / BLM Women’s Rally

  • Holiday weekend special: Luke Mayville and Rebecca Schroeder of Reclaim Idaho explain Invest in Idaho Education Funding Initiative Signature Gathering Now Before 9th District Court.
  • Journalist Mark Taylor Canfield Tours the Capitol Hill Organized Protest Zone During Peaceful Times.
  • Black Lives Matter Women’s Speak Out in Capitol Hill Organized Protest Zone June 13th.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jul 1, 2020 – Community Transmission/Moscow Mask Order

  • Public Health Idaho North Central District Reports Widespread Community Transmission of Covid-19.
  • Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert Issues Mandatory Mask Order.
  • Mayor Lambert Criticizes New Saint Andrews College “Boys will be Boys” Promotion.
  • Seattle Police Sweep Capitol Hill Organized Protest Zone.
  • Spokane Council Rejects Police Guild Contract because of Lack of Citizen Oversight.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 30, 2020 – 1000 Person Christ Church Event

  • Christ Church-Affiliated Congregations Hold 1000 Person Event without Social Distancing.
  • Idaho Sets New Daily Record for Coronavirus Cases with 365.
  • Latah County has 5 New Cases Since Thursday.
  • Pullman Police Arrest Black People at 4 Times Their Population.
  • Federal Judge Says State Must Allow Reclaim Idaho to Continue Their Initiative Signature Campaign and Must Allow Electronic Signatures.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 23, 2020 – Washington Mask Requirement

  • Washington Governor Jay Inslee Announces Mandatory Statewide Mask Requirement Beginning Friday.
  • Idaho has Surge in Corona Virus Cases.
  • Federal Judge Gives Reclaim Idaho Another Chance to Get Education Funding Boost on State Ballot after Covid-19 Shuts Down Signature Gathering.
  • Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkin Uses Weekend Shootings to Justify Dismantling Capitol Hill Organized Protest Zone.
  • Moscow Planning & Zoning Commission to Take Up 5G Cell Tower Ordinance Wednesday Night.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 18, 2020 – Artwalk / Farmers Mkt.

  • Moscow Artwalk Cancelled.
  • Moscow Saturday Farmers Market Open to 200 Customers Simultaneously.
  • Gov. Inslee Announces New Investigation into Death of Black Man in Tacoma Police Custody.
  • Gov. Little Forms 2 Education Committees.
  • Planning for Latah County Fair in September Continues.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jun 12, 2020 – Autonomous Zone

  • Voices from the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone.
  • Historical Context for Dynamic Between Seattle Police and People of Color.
  • Washington Superintendent of Public Instruction Releases School Social Distancing Guidelines for Next School Year.
  • Spokane Officials & Downtown Business Owners Unhappy with Heavily-Armed “Protectors” During Protests.
  • Oregon Pauses Reopening Applications for a Week Due to Covid-19 Surge.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 11, 2020 – Idaho Stage 4

  • Idaho Governor Brad Little says Idaho “Barely” Can Move on to Stage 4 of Reopening Plan Saturday.
  • Black Lives Matter Protesters Create Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle.
  • WSU President Kirk Schulz says No Gatherings of More than 50 People When Fall Semester Starts.
  • UI President C. Scott Green says More Budget / Program Cuts Expected.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 3, 2020 – George Floyd Moscow Vigil

  • About 150 Vigil in Moscow for People of Color Lost to Police Violence.
  • Paulette Jordan, Russ Fulcher & Rudy Soto Win Congressional Primaries in Idaho.
  • Federal Judge’s Ruling Puts Idaho’s Initiative Process in Danger.
  • Moscow School District Superintendent Greg Bailey says He’s Hopeful There Will Be In-Person Classes in the Fall.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., May 12, 2020 – Teachers Union

  • Moscow Education Association Joins with Other Teachers’ Unions Calling for Districts to Spend Rainy Day Reserves to Protect Jobs from Gov. Little’s Ed Funding Cut.
  • Environmental Groups Call on Washington to Kill Less Wolves.
  • District Republican Committee Will Chose Nominee of Thyra Stevenson Wins Primary.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., May 5, 2020 – Some Religious K-12’s Reopen

  • Religious K-12 Schools in Logos in Moscow and Nampa Christian School Reopen for In-Person Classes.
  • Idaho State Board of Education Releases Revised Criteria for Reopening Schools this School Year; Few Likely to Try.
  • City of Moscow to Consider Changing Water & Sewer Rate Structure for Businesses.
  • Inmates at Prison in Cottonwood Raise Concerns about Unsafe Sanitation during Pandemic.
  • Whitman County Commissioners Want to qualify for Variance to Gov. Inslee’s Stay-at-Home Order.
  • more.

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