KRFP Evening Report
Evening Report – Tue., Aug 19, 2014 – Moscow Schools...08/20/14
Moscow School Board Votes to Open Schools Nearly 2 Weeks Late on Sept. 8th Moscow Council Approves Fiscal Year 2015 Budget & Fee Resolution 25% of WSU’s Tukey Orchard May be Removed due to Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport Runway Expansion LoFi Stream:
Evening Report – Mon., Aug 18 – Pullman ‘Failing Schools’
Pullman School District Sends Out Failing School Letters as Required by No Child Left Behind Millions to be Spent on Competing Washington Gun Initiatives Oregon Officials Reject Coal Terminal at Boardman Avista Proposes Gas & Electric Increases for...
Evening Report – Fri., Aug 15, 2015 – Bakken Energy Plans
Herb Goodwin on Increasing Oil Train Transport from Bakken Oil Fields to the Coast Moscow School District May Delay First Day of Classes 926,000 Pound Megaload Travels Over Long Bridge at Sandpoint Former US Rep. George Hansen Dies LoFi Stream:
Evening Report – Thu., Aug 14, 2014 – Otter Group Backs Medicaid
Gov. Otter’s Working Group Votes to Recommend Medicaid Expansion State Board of Education Approves UI Program Elimination and Reorganization Friends of the Clearwater Signs on With Earthjustice Wolverine Suit LoFi Stream:
Evening Report – Wed., Aug 13, 2014 – Legacy Crossing
City Committee Recommends Pitching in on Legacy Crossing Urban Renewal District Market Assessment Study with UI & Urban Renewal District Storm Hits Moscow Washington Unemployment Rate Droops US Fish & Wildlife Service Withdraws Wolverine Recovery Plan...
Evening Report – Tue., Aug 12, 2014 – Megaload Safety
926,000 Pound Calumet Refinery Megaload Passes Through Moscow, Safety Issues Raised Moscow City Administrative Committee Skeptical of Public Downtown Restroom Plan Committee Recommends Approval of West Palouse River Drive Cyclocross Course LoFi Stream:
Evening Report – Mon., Aug 11, 2014 – Million Pound Load
Million Pound Megaload Heads up Lewiston Grade; Due to Pass through Moscow Tonight Intense Lightning Expected around Northwest During Next Few Days Aspens in Eastern Idaho Disappearing LoFi Stream:
Evening Report – Fri., Aug 8, 2014 – Calumet Load
Heaviest Megaload to Ever Travel on US 95 Due Early Monday Morning Palouse Pride is Tomorrow Temporary Fix for Washington Health Insurance Exchange Problems LoFi Stream:
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 LoFi Stream:
Evening Report – Wed., Aug 6, 2014 – Primary Results
McMorris-Rodgers and Pakootas Advance in Washington’s 5th Congressional District Fire Danger is Extremely High 2nd District Judge Michael Griffin & Latah County Disaster Services Coordinator Sandy Rollins to Retire LoFi Stream:
Evening Report – Tue., Aug 5, 2014 – Pullman Cannabis
Pullman Residents Ask for More Restrictions on Legalized Recreational Cannabis Pullman City Council Approves Raises for Non-Union Employees Moscow Council Told they Need to Adjust FY 2015 Budget to Take Into Account Airport Runway Re-Alignment Project...
Evening Report – Mon., Aug 4, 2014 – Pullman Raises
Pullman Council to Consider Raises for Non-Union City Employees Weekend Storms Down Trees, Spark Fires in Northern Idaho & Spokane County Tomorrow is Primary Election Day in Washington Idaho Republican Party Chooses Yates as Chair LoFi Stream:
Evening Report – Fri., Aug 1, 2014 – Tar Sands
ITD Says 1.6 Million Pound Megaload to Move on US 95 Late Next Week or August 11th Extended Excerpts from Tar Sands Healing Walk Participants at the Nimiipuu Grassroots Environmental Summit Senator Risch Wants US Aid to Iran Cut Off LoFi Stream:...
Evening Report – Thu., Jul 31 – NPC Forest Chief Rick Brazell
Interview: Nez Perce-Clearwater Forest Chief Rick Brazell Discusses Forest Plan Process at Open House Meeting Remaining Calumet Megaload at Port of Wilma Put on Trailers, May Travel Up US 95 Soon Force Pooling: Alta Mesa Files Request with Idaho Oil &...
Evening Report – Wed., Jul 30, 2014 – Forest Plan
Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forest in the Middle of Writing New Forest Plan Idaho Fish & Games Says it Will End Wolf Hunting Program Idaho Department Considers Changing Grazing Fee Structure for State Land Carlton Complex Fire Victims Inundated with...
Evening Report – Mon., Jul 28, 2014 – City Compost
Moscow Committee Approves Pilot Program to Add Scrap Wood to Public Compost Stream Solar Cooking Project in Kenya has Moscow Connections Idaho State Endowment Annual Timber Sales Record Set 9th Circuit Issues Emergency Restraining Order on Nez...
Evening Report – Fri., Jul 25, 2014 – Village Bicycle Project
Village Bicycle Project Ghana Program Coordinator Jason Finch & VPB Co-Founder Dave Peckham Bakken Crude Oil Cars Derail in Seattle Railyard Nugent Cancelled Calumet: Megaloads to Move by Rail LoFi Stream:
Evening Report – Thu., Jul 24, 2014 – Fire Costs
Carlton Complex Fire 52% Contained US Senators Call for Shifting Major Firefighting Costs to Federal Disaster Budget Rather Than Using US Forest Service or BLM Budget Moscow School District & Teachers’ Union Reach Deal Otter States Opposition to...
Evening Report – Wed., Jul 23, 2014 – Forced Pooling
Idaho Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Proposes Forcing Resisting Landowners to Lease There Land for Gas Extraction & Fracking Pullman City Council Approves Changes in Airport Board & Miniature Pigs Pullman Building Permits High LoFi Stream:
Evening Report – Tue., Jul 22, 2014 – LDS vs The Perch
Moscow Council Declines to Write Letter to Alcohol Beverage Control on Behalf of The Perch, Which wants to Sell Beer and Wine On Site Idaho Legislative Interim Committee on Public Defense Told to be Careful about Granting Rights to Indigent Defendants...
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