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Evening Report – Tue., Sep 17, 2019 – West ‘A’ Street Reconstruction

  • Moscow Council Agrees to Fund Intersection Reconstruction at West ‘A’ and Line Streets despite Cost Nearly a Million More Than Estimate.
  • Steve Harmon Drops Out of City Council Race.
  • Nuclear Regulatory Commission Says Partially-Melted Down Three Mile Island Nuclear Core Can Stay at INL.
  • Bryan Lankford Testifies He Was the Only Killer.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Sep 6, 2019 – Christ Church Affiliated Candidates

  • 3 of 7 Candidates for 3 Open Seats on Moscow City Council are Affiliated with Christ Church or Associated Businesses.
  • County Plans to Open 2nd Polling Place in Moscow on East Side, with No Polling Places on West Side.
  • Childhood Sexual Assault Survivor and Advocate Natalie Greenfield Tells of Growing up in Christ Church Patriarchy.
  • Liberty State Advocates Hold Press Conference.
  • Federal Government Approves 2nd BSNF Train Bridge at Sandpoint.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Aug 2, 2019 – 3rd St. Bridge / Redistricting

  • 3rd Street Bridge Ribbon Cutting.
  • Idaho Republicans will Try Again Changing Redistricting Commission.
  • Washington Insurance Commission Fines 2 Faith Based Health Cost Sharing Networks $1.1 Million for Selling Fake Insurance.
  • Center For Humane Economy Sues Washington Fish & Wildlife Department Over Wolf Killing Program.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 30, 2019 – WSU Med School Cannabis

  • WSU Medical School in Spokane to Add Medical Marijuana to Curriculum.
  • All Democratic US Representatives from Washington Support Trump Impeachment Inquiry.
  • Whitman County Commissioners Vote to Put Road Measure on November Ballot.
  • University of Idaho Roads to be Blocked for Construction Into School Year.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Fri., Jul 12, 2019 – BSU Diversity

  • Legislative Republicans Attack Boise State University Programs, All 21 Democrats Respond.
  • Local Behavioral Health “Resiliency” Panel.
  • Moscow Ribbon Cutting for Highway 8 Bike / Pedestrian Underpass.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jul 11, 2019 – MAGA as Racist Symbol

  • Untenured Black Gonzaga Law Professor Says He’s Not In a Position to Ask Student to Remove MAGA Hat, Which He Says is Sign of Racism.
  • Moscow Commissions Approve Forest Food Park Conceptual Plan.
  • Palouse Land Trust Starts Idler’s Rest Nature Preserve Improvements on Flank of Moscow Mountain.
  • Idaho Supreme Court Says Temporary Vehicle Registration Display Rules Unconstitutionally Vague.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 13, 2019 – Washington Media Lawsuit

  • Washington Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Media Coalition Public Records Lawsuit.
  • Gov. Little Signs Executive Order to Deal with Idaho’s Opioid Epidemic.
  • Alta Mesa Wants Natural Gas Royalty Fraud Complaint Moved to Federal Court.
  • Rental E-Bikes Coming to Moscow in August.

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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.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 6, 2019 – Pullman Critical Areas

  • Pullman Council Takes Input on Critical Areas Ordinance Update.
  • Moscow Transportation Commission Chair Kyte Lists Priorities.
  • Washington to Increase Minimum Wage Needed to Exempt Employees from Overtime Requirements.
  • Washington Supreme Court Rules Against Richland Florist who Discriminated Against Gay Couple who Wanted Flowers for Their Wedding.
  • Nez Perce Tribe Intends to Sue Over Midas Gold’s Federal Clean Water Act Violations at Gold & Stibnite Mine Company Plans to Re-open.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 5, 2019 – US 95 Ped Crossings Near Gritman

  • Moscow Considers Getting ITD to Allow Crosswalks on US 95 Near Gritman.
  • Measles Case in Latah County.
  • Federal Government Reclassifies Deadly Hanford Nuclear Waste to Speed Cleanup.
  • Moscow Cornhole Event in Park Benefits Anti-Abortion Group.

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