Clarification: The March event referenced in this story was a candidates town hall. Our initial post failed to specify that the March town hall involved multiple candidates running for Congress. Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers visited Pullman today for her first town all in the Pullman-Colfax area since 2016. McMorris Rodgers […]
Washington Trust Bank in Pullman will be hosting a community shred day and lunch on Friday. It’s from 11:00 to 2:00 at the bank on Bishop Boulevard.
Pullman Disposal’s recycling center will be closed for a week starting Friday and then reopen with some new fees. Escalating prices for processing recyclables is forcing the change. The recycling center will reopen on June 8th with new fees to drop off glass and co-mingled recycling. Aluminum and cardboard recyclables […]
Lincoln Middle School teacher Marla Haugen’s Seed to Feed Project has been awarded a $10,000 dollar Innovation Grant Award, by the Pullman Education Fund. The project will transform a grassy area into an outdoor science classroom, with twelve raised garden beds. The raised beds with gravel pathways will be constructed […]
A rechargeable battery explosion started a small fire inside a garage on Pullman’s Sunnyside Hill early Thursday morning. City firefighters responded to an explosion on Bunchgrass Lane around 2:00. Officials believe it was caused by a rechargeable battery on an electric bicycle. The battery was charging when the fire broke […]
The annual Snake River Family Festival will be held Saturday at Boyer Park and Marina South of Colfax. The event will include free food, kids activities, music and exhibitors. The festival, hosted by the Port of Whitman County, celebrates the importance of the river system. It’s from 11:00 to 3:00 […]
There will be a celebration of life for longtime former Moscow City Councilwoman Linda Pall on Sunday. Pall passed away last month at the age of 73. The celebration will be from 1:00 to 3:00 on Sunday at the 1912 Center in Moscow. The public is welcome to attend.
Idaho US Senator Mike Crapo will host town halls in several local rural communities Saturday and will recognize a Genesee native who has been named the nation’s sailor of the year. The Republicans tour will conclude with a presentation at 5:00 at the Lewiston Pistol Club at 1240 Lenville Road. […]
Washington State University Athletics is hoping for a new student-approved fee, increases in giving and ticket sales and more TV revenue to help balance its budget. A new state law requires collegiate athletics to receive regents approval for budgets and deficit reduction plans when those departments run in the […]
The University of Idaho’s embattled Athletics Director, under fire for mishandling sexual assault allegations against a former football player, will remain on paid administrative leave. Outgoing UI President Chuck Staben announced Thursday that Rob Spear will stay on leave until an external review is complete. Spear was placed […]