Local farmer directs national grant to Pullman non-profit

August 27, 2019
At the direction of Cheryl Druffel, a farmer from Whitman County, the Pullman Community Council on Aging received $2,500 through America’s Farmers Grow Communities, sponsored by the Bayer Fund. This money will be used by the council to support Pullman’s Meals on Wheels program – a program that delivers hot […]

Palouse Ag teachers and FFA advisors receive national grants

August 27, 2019
The Washington Ag Network reported that two teachers from the Palouse, both agricultural teachers and FFA advisors, received national grants through the Grow Rural Education Program by Bayer to improve Ag in the Classroom teaching efforts. Nathan and Jessica Moore, Ag teachers and FFA advisors in Colton and Oakesdale, respectively, […]

WSU Back in the Black for the fist time since 2013

August 27, 2019
Washington State University is running its first budget surplus in 6 years.  WSU President Kirk Schulz made the announcement to the campus community in an online post on Monday.  When Schulz was hired to succeed the late President Elson Floyd 3 years ago the institution was running annual deficits of […]

UI Law Professor running for Moscow City Council

August 27, 2019
A professor at the University of Idaho College of Law is running for a seat on Moscow City Council.  Maureen Laflin has filed her candidacy for a council seat up for election in November. There are 3 seats up for a vote this Fall.  Those posts are currently held by […]

Chinook salmon fishing opens in Idaho

August 26, 2019
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission opened the fall Chinook salmon fishing season on the Clearwater, Salmon, and Snake rivers in Idaho this past Saturday. The Clearwater season closes October 13th, the Salmon and part of the Snake Rivers’ seasons close October 31st, and the rest of the Snake River […]

Pullman’s FieldFest Tickets now available for purchase

August 26, 2019
Tickets for Pullman’s FieldFest in September are now available. The $30 tickets include a commemorative glass, five drink tokens and the chance to enjoy live music and regional food. Tickets and more information can be purchased and found at www.pullmanfieldfest.com. The event will be on September 28th from 4:00 to […]

Back to School Night in Albion

August 26, 2019
The Albion Park in Albion is hosting a Back to School Night tomorrow, August 27th at 5:00 pm. All students, parents, and teachers are invited to attend this event to learn about the resources offered at the Albion Library. Friends of the Albion Library will provide light refreshments while eventgoers […]
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