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  KRFP Evening Report April-June 2007 News Archive      
 

Monday, July 2 Two Deaths in Latah County: One a Firearm Homicide, the Other Termed "Suspicious," Bighorn Sheep Dying from Bacteria, City Council to Consider Final Greensides Hill Plat, Urban Renewal Study Funding & Boarding House Zoning

Friday, June 29 Judge Rules Weitz has Standing in Lawsuit Against City, Ft. Russell Business Owner Interview on Board of Adjustment Decision, Another Look at Impact of HJR2

Thursday, June 28 Congress Investigating Two Spokane Psychologists for Roles in Planning Torture for CIA, Coeur d'Alene Tribe to Continue Field Burning This Year, New Chief Idaho Supreme Court Justice Chosen

Wednesday, June 27 Ft. Russell Business Operator Feels Board of Adjustment Permit Denial is Unfair, Judge to Hear Motion to Dismiss Moscow School District Lawsuit Friday, Spokane County wants More Info Before Approving Military Training Facility

Tuesday, June 26 Otter Appoints New State Supreme Court Justice, Alberto Gonzalez Boise Press Event Moved Due to 100 Protesters, Missoula to Vote on Referendum to Bring Troops Home

Monday, June 25 Maki Loses CAMBR Director Post, Moscow Boarding House Issue Discussed at City Administrative Committee Meeting, Toxicology Tests on Moscow Shooter Jason Hamilton Show Alcohol, Marijuana, Lithium, Snake River Fish Show Elevated PCB Levels

Friday, June 22 Special: Tom Lamar Sworn In to City Council, Excerpt from Speech by Former Irish President Mary Robinson

Thursday, June 21 Moscow Settles with EPA over Phosphorous Discharges into Paradise Creek, Kanay Mubita Suing Authorities for Slander, 50 Students Shut Down Seattle School Board Meeting Over War Recruiting

Wednesday, June 20 Opposition Surfaces to Sections of Federal Farm Bill Prohibiting State GMO Regulation and Requiring Comprehensive Farm Animal Registration, James Curtis Leonard Charged with Voluntary Manslaughter, Danish Company to Build $50 Million Allergen Plant in Post Falls

Tuesday, June 19 Lamar Appointed to City Council, New Urban Renewal Agency Members Appointed, Murder Today Near Genesee, Convicted Molester Sitler in Jail Accused of Voyeurism, Air Quality Study for Panhandle Released

Monday, June 18 Forest Service May Have to Suspend Competitive Sourcing for One Year, 1995 Deputy AG Letter Gives Rationale for Suit Against Moscow School District, Groups Weigh in on Future of Wolf Management

Friday, June 15 Special: Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed

Thursday, June 14 Judge Rules Bush Administration Cannot Include Hatchery Fish in ESA Determinations, US Supreme Court Supports Former Provisions of Washington Law Requiring Worker Consent fo Union Political Activity, Pullman School Board Asked to Remove "Wicked Poems"

Wednesday, June 13 Constuction of US 95 Section South of Moscow May Not Begin Until 2010, Forest Service Moves to Log Live Trees in Umatilla Salvage Sale, Federal Judge Rules Spokane Police Strip Search Unconstitutional

Tuesday, June 12 Bush Administration Proposed Reducing Designated Spotted Owl Habitat, Moscow Council Public Works Committee Delays Increasing PBAC Dues Until City Budget Process Concludes, Woman Burned in INL Accident

Monday, June 11 Four Finalists for Idaho Supreme Court Seat Named, Region 2 Mental Health Advisory Board Recommends Mental Health Courts, Despite Earlier Reports, All Bison Outside of Yellowstone to be Spared

Friday, June 8 Special: Excerpt of a Talk by Valarie Tarico, Seattle Psychologist and Author of The Dark Side: How Evangelical Teachings Corrupt Love and Truth

Thursday, June 7 UI Parking Services Proposes Higher Rates, Otter says Head Start Funding Can Stay, Police Now Say Jason Hamilton's AK-47 was Modified After Sale, Palestinian Journalist Visiting Palouse talks about the 'Anatomy of an Occupation'

Wednesday, June 6 Nez Perce Tribe Sues NOAA Fisheries & Bureau of Reclamation Over Lewiston Orchards Irrigation District Water Diversions, City of Pullman to Give More Money to Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee, BLM Nominee Caswell Opposed Roadless Rule while Heading Clearwater Forest

Tuesday, June 5 City Council Decides Against Dark Store Amendment and Overturns Board of Adjustment Coffee Shop Permit Based on Cyclist Safety, Accused Murderer John Delling says his Mental Health is Bad in Jailhouse Interview, Craig Spokesman Takes ORV Lobbying Job Against Simpson Wilderness Bill, 2nd Round of Comprehensive Plan Neighborhood Meetings Begins Tonight

Monday, June 4 City Council Member Bob Stout to Resign, Mayor Chaney to Appoint Successor in Two Weeks, Delling Pleads Not Guilty in Boise, Republicans Vote for Closed Primaries, Bison Slaughter Averted

Friday, June 1 Special: FBI Surveilles Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane, Brandt Discusses Impacts of Idaho's Constitutional Amendment Against Recognizing Gay Marriages

Thursday, May 31 Airport Board Decides to Pursue Smaller Reservoir for Firefighting that Won't be Used for Corridor Development, 'Spam King' Indicted in Seattle, Montana Bison Slaughter Delayed Until Next Week Amid Outcry

Wednesday, May 30 Idaho Office of Species Conservation Director Jim Caswell Appointed by President Bush as Head of the Bureau of Land Management, June 29th Hearing Date Set in Lawsuit Against Moscow School District, Director Wants Moscow Transportation Commission to Supply Early Input on New Development in City.

Tuesday, May 29 Federal Court Rules No Field Burning in Idaho This Year, FBI Infiltrated Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane, Parents of 19 Year Old Asotin County Inmate who Died in Custody Sue, Oregon Arsonists Sentenced with Terrorism Enhancements, Injured Citizen Shooting Victim Released from Hospital.

 

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Monday, May 28 Memorial Day Special: Excerpts from Slain Moscow Police Officer Lee Newbill's Memorial Service

Friday, May 25 Special: Review of Events Surrounding Shooting Spree in Moscow that left Four People Dead

Thursday, May 24 300 Car Police Procession Scheduled for Moscow Tomorrow Before Officer Lee Newbill's Funeral, Idaho Supreme Court Justice Trout to Resign, Former Aryan Nations Skinhead turned Police Arrested for Drugs in Arizona

Wednesday, May 23 Moscow School District Cuts $400,000 from Lawsuit Due to Lawsuit, Still Hiress 39 Teachers, More about Moscow Shooter Revealed, Soutwestern Idaho Community College District Approved

Tuesday, May 22 Shooter Jason Hamilton was Aryan Nations Member, Eyewitness A Few Feet Away from Saturday's Rampage Tells His Story, Victims' Remembered, Delling Gets 3 Weeks to Enter Plea in Morse Murder

Monday, May 21 Moscow Sniper Now Believed to Have Killed Wife Before Saturday Night Rampage, Identity of Citizen Injured Helping Mortally Wounded Policeman Revealed, Delling Wants More Time Before Plea in Boise Murder

Friday, May 18 Special: Adrienne Maree Brown, Executive Director of the Ruckus Society at the Northwest Progressive Conference in Pullman

Thursday, May 17 Public Employess for Environmental Ethics says EPA Ready to Issue Spokane River Pollution Permits to 3 Idaho Entities, Dellings Met One Alleged Victim through Internet Gaming Site, Bayview Developer Holland Fined $2500 for Kokanee Salmon Destruction

Wednesday, May 16 Delling to be Tried in Boise First, Man in Coma Dead after Tasering & Beating by Spokane County Sheriffs, MySpace Refuses to Comply with 8 Attorneys General Request for Sex Offenders Names

Tuesday, May 15 Moscow School District Hiring & Spending Freeze Cuts All Non-Essential Spending, Unversity Presidents Get Raises, 230 Biologists & Researchers Want Wolves to Stay on Endangered Species List in Northern Rockies

Monday, May 14 Serial Molester Steven Sitler Out of Jail and Living in Moscow, Lake Pend Oreille Developer Will Likely Pay for Salmon Spawning Damage, Statewide Task Force on Urban Renewal Agencies Likely to be Formed this Week

Friday, May 11 Special: Excerpts from City Council Hearing on Amendments to Big Box Store Ordinance regarding Size Cap and Dark Store Provisions

Thursday, May 10 Pullman Police Actions Questioned Due to Racial Overtones, Moscow School District Imposes Hiring & Spending Freeze Due to Lawsuit, US 95 Route Decision Dalayed 6 Months for Independent Wildlife Review

Wednesday, May 9 Otter Trade Mission to Cuba Cost Idaho Taxpayers $13,400, Spokane Sheriffs Department Fishishes Report on Spokane City Police Killing a Transient, Subcommittee on Boarding Houses Fails to Reach Consensus

Tuesday, May 8 Idaho Congressional Delegation asked EPA in April to Green Light Field Burning, City Council Tables Big Box Store Amendments & Approves Neighborhood Meeting Requirement for Development, Judge Issues Restraining Orders Against Idaho Water Resources Dept.

Monday, May 7 Eight Appeal Board of Adjustment Decision Allowing Drive-Thru Coffee at 6th & Jackson, Conservative Ideaho Values Coalition Wants to Influence Idaho Supreme Court Selection, City Public Hearing Tonight on Size Cap and Dark Store Amendments to City Big Box Ordinance

Friday, May 4 Special: Highlights from Water Sustainability Panel

Thursday, May 3 Urban Renewal District Boundary Proposal Causes Concern, Kootenai County Man Faces Record IDEQ Fine, Oregon Passes Domestic Partnership Law, Montana US Attorney Engineered Law Allowing Him to Moonlight with Gonzalez

Wednesday, May 2 Pullman Motel Owner Allowed to Posess Medical Marijuana After Appealling Conviction, Safe Air for Everyone Asks 9th Circuit for Clarification on This Year's Field Burning, Idaho Man Gets 3 Years for Threatening President

Tuesday, May 1 Nez Perce, Idaho and US Sign Landmark Snake River Water Rights Agreement, Palouse Water Sustainability Discussed by Citizens & Experts, EPA Says State Field Burning Permits Aren't Out of the Question While Clean Air Lawsuit is Sorted Out

Monday, April 30 Illegal Marina Work Heavily Damages Last Healthy Kokanee Salmon Redd on Lake Pend Oreille, Moscow Residents Hold Unity Walk, Moscow to Begin Comprehensive Plan Re-Write with Community Meetings this Week

Friday, April 27 Special: Howie Wolke of Wilderness Watch Speaks in Moscow

Thursday, April 26 U.S. Senate Votes in Favor of Troop Withdrawal Timeline, Whitman County Water Conservancy Board Asks Dept.of Ecology for Help on Hawkins Companies Water Rights Application, Ice Rink Locations Narrowed to Two

Wednesday, April 25 Views on Abortion in Moscow are Complex, Board of Adjustment Approves Drive-Through Coffee Stand

Tuesday, April 24 UI Student Robbed Today in Campus Bathroom, Moscow Council Committee Won't Pursue Ordinance Allowing Replacement of Missing Elected Officials, Wal-Mart Hopes to Build 2 Super Centers in LC Valley, Washington Secretary of State Sam Reed Discusses Election Issues

Monday, April 23 Howie Wolke of Alliance for the Wild Rockies Comments on Reinstroduction of the Northern Rockies Environmental Protection Act, Psychologist Tells of her Experiences with Fundamental Christianity, Ruckus Society Executive Director Tells of Organizing Priorities

Friday, April 20 Special: Part 2 of Corridor Debate w/ Mark Solomon & Jeff Harkins Full Recording Available Here

Thursday, April 19 Pita Pit Burns, Controversy over Coeur d'Alene Tribe Efforts to Remove Land from Tax Roles, Rep. Trail Wants Normalized Trade Relations with Cuba

Wednesday, April 18 Study Says Climate Change will be Especially Drastic in US West, Whitman County Planning Ordinance on way to Passage, Idaho Looks at Selling Land, Idaho Water Summit Meets

Tuesday, April 17 Gay Rights Protesters Arrested for Stepping on BYU-Rexburg Campus, Sen. Schroeder Boycotts Idaho Water Summit, Columbia Swimmer Chris Swain Interviewed

Monday, April 16 Comment Period For Idaho Roadless Plan Criticized, Spokane Officer Charged with Shooting Man While Off-Duty, Wyoming Governor Wants Any Grizzly De-Listing Lawsuit on Home Turf

Friday, April 13 Special: Half Hour Excerpt From Debate Over Development in Moscow-Pullman Corridor with UI Accounting Prof. Jeff Harkins & Mark Solomon of the Palouse Water Conservation Network

Thursday, April 12 Idaho Water Summit Looms In Burley, Washington Legislature Intent o Reversing State Supreme Court Ruling and Expanding Definition of Disabled, Idaho Abortion Rights Discussed

Wednesday, April 11 Palouse Water Conservation Network's Mark Solomon Discusses Official Protest against Hawkins Companies Water Rights Transfer for New Mall, Surveillance Cameras Track Delling in Moscow before Murder, Newspaper Sues Tax Commission over Cabela's Tax Exemption Records, LaRocco Announces for Senate

Tuesday, April 10 UI Student who was Tasered in the Back Charged with 3 Counts of Assault on Pullman Police Officers, Forest Service Announces 30 Day Environmental Assessment Comment Period for Idaho Roadless Areas, Moscow Leaders Authorize Agreement to Pay 43,000 EPA Fine over Wastewater Violations

Monday, April 9 Bush Administration Salmon Plan Rejected by 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, Moscow and Local Groups File Comments Against Hawkins Companies Water Rights Transfer, Port of Wilma Negotiating for Another Biofuels Plant on the Snake River

Friday, April 6 Special: Extended Excerpts from ACLU Forum on 2007 Idaho Legislature

Thursday, April 5 Accused Double Murderer who hit Moscow has Troubled Past, Craig Hints at 2008 Re-election Run, Feminist Researcher Shares Her Ideas on Women and Militarism at Borah Symposium

Wednesday, April 4 Suspect in UI Student Murder is John Delling, Now in Custody, Delling Believed to Have Killed Again in Boise, WSU Mad Cow Lab Contract Extended, Albion Looks to Legalize ATV's, Seattle Looks to Triple Cycle Commuting

Tuesday, April 3 Arrest Made in Boss Murder, Moscow Board of Adjustment Chair Fired, Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson Speaks on Women's Roles in Peace Issues at Borah Symposium

Monday, April 2 UI Student Murdered in his Moscow Apartment, Former Muslim Army Chaplain James Yee Talks About his Religion, Idaho Legislature Ends, ACLU Critiques Legislative Session

 

First Presbyterian Church in Moscow
First Presbyterian Church in Moscow, Idaho, the scene of fatal shootings May 19-20, 2007

Origami cranes
Origami cranes at the front door of the Moscow Police Department following the shooting death of officer Lee Newbill.

     
                         
 
 


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