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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 – Thu., Aug 7, 2014 – Medicaid Expansion

  • Report Says Idaho Could Lose $4.8 Billion in Federal Money if State Doesn’t Expand Medicaid
  • US Senator John Walsh of Montana Drops out of Race
  • Federal Judge in Oregon Slams State Police Tactics Investigating Racist Murderer


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