A race in Whitman County from this month’s general election ended in a tie. The Uniontown Town Council race between Jack Espy and Jonathan Musson ended with both men earning 57 votes. There will be an automatic hand recount. No word yet when that will take place. The Whitman County […]
The City of Pullman’s pool and fitness center will remain closed this week while crews repair several gas leaks. The Pullman Aquatic & Fitness Center closed for a second time this month on Friday. The center was also closed for repairs the week before. According to a post on Facebook […]
The Moscow Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying a woman from a theft case. Officers responded to a theft report at Tri-State Outfitters Sunday morning. Anyone with information about the woman is asked to contact Officer Tesdahl at 208-882-2677.
The University of Idaho is now offering incentives for employees who decide to leave the institution. The UI is dealing with a growing financial crisis which is expected to reach 22 million dollars. The incentives were announced by new UI President Scott Green in a memo to the campus community […]
The Inaugural Apple Cup Giving Challenge is underway between the athletic departments at Washington State University and the University of Washington. Through Wednesday the institutions are competing to see who can raise the most money for athletics from supporters. The minimum donation is 25 dollars, but the departments are encouraging […]
Josie Schultheis won the Colton-Uniontown Distinguished Young Women scholarship program over the weekend. Schultheis now advances to the Washington state program to be held in Pullman next Summer.
Two Washington State University students from Poulsbo suffered minor injuries in a rollover crash near Colfax Friday morning. Whitman County Sheriff’s Deputies report that the crash occurred around 6:30 on Colfax Airport Road. Deputies say Madison Tufts was driving Westbound when she slid off the icy road and hit an […]
Pullman Police now believe that hazing may have been involved with the death of a Washington State University student at his fraternity house. 19-year-old Samuel Martinez died at the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity on the morning of Tuesday, November 12th. Police initially stated that hazing was not involved in the […]
A 57-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly having a rifle while he was in the parking lot at Kendrick High School. The Latah County Sheriff’s Office reports that Tony Shipman was arrested for misdemeanor possessing weapons or firearms on school property. Deputies arrested Shipman on a warrant during a […]
The Washington State University student accused of selling cocaine has been sentenced to a year in jail. 23-year-old Francisco Torres was sentenced to 364 days in jail Friday morning in Whitman County Superior Court. Torres pleaded guilty to 4 counts of felony cocaine possession. He was initially arrested on 4 […]