Pullman City Council to discuss proposed downtown improvement projects

April 30, 2018
Pullman City officials are looking into possible downtown improvement projects.  City Council will discuss the proposal during its meeting Tuesday night.  The potential projects call for adding a water fountain to the High Street Mall on Main Street near Grand Avenue.  Another possible project would extend the Pine Street Plaza […]

Historic Quilt Display at Colfax Library

April 30, 2018
There will be a display of historic quilts May 1st – 28th at The Center at Colfax Library. The display is a celebration of the Dusty BB Club’s 90th Anniversary. The quilts were made by members from about 1930 to 1945 and from 1975 to 1993 with many of them […]

Murrow College Researchers Seeks Teens for Survey on Weed Advertising

April 30, 2018
The Washington State University Murrow College of Communication is seeking teens between the ages of thirteen and seventeen for a survey on adverting for recreational marijuana. Teens who participate in the study will complete a survey and answer questions about the survey in an interview. No questions about marijuana use […]

WSU tuition likely increasing 2% this Fall

April 30, 2018
Tuition at Washington State University is expected to increase this Fall.  State legislation allows for a 2% hike in WSU tuition for the next academic year.  That will raise undergraduate in-state tuition by nearly 200 dollars next year to just over 9,700 dollars.  WSU tuition was raised 2.2% for the […]

19 year old Seattle man stabbed on Pullman’s College Hill

April 29, 2018
     A 19 year old Seattle man was stabbed on Pullman’s College Hill Friday night.  Pullman Police were called to the Willow Place Apartments for a report of a man holding a bloody knife.  About the same time, Washington State University Police received a report that a stabbing victim had […]

Fire destroys hay bales near Bovill

April 29, 2018
Some property was damaged by fire near Bovill Friday afternoon.  The Latah County Sheriff’s Office reports that Bovill and Deary Volunteer Firefighters responded to the blaze around 4:30 on Moose Creek Road.  A grass fire spread to an old wooden platform and some hay bales that were destroyed.  Volunteers were […]

Potlatch Historical Society Open House

April 27, 2018
There will be an open house at the Potlatch Train Depot from 4:00 to 6:00 pm Monday. The Potlatch Historical Society has teamed up with a University of Idaho graduate English course to host the open house to showcase projects created from the archives of the Potlatch Historical Society, as […]

U of I receives $2 million Endowment

April 27, 2018
Idaho Wheat Commission announces $2 million Endowment to U of I to fund education focused on risk management. The Idaho Wheat Commission gift will establish an Endowed Chair of Risk Management for existing programs in agricultural commodity and financial risk management and will expand collaboration between the College of Agricultural […]

Whitman County Library now has Ukuleles available for checkout

April 27, 2018
Whitman County Library now has ukuleles available for checkout. As part of the new loan program, residents are invited to try out the instruments this Monday, April 30th from 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. and join ukulele instructor Scott Hallett for orientation. Scott will demonstrate basic techniques for playing the instrument, […]
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