LCSC receives a second award in less than months

January 31, 2020
Lewis-Clark State College earned its second honor in less than five months from affordableschools.net. The publication ranked LC State no. 2 in the nation for offering a best-value fire science degree program.  LCSC offers a bachelor’s and an associate’s degree in Fire Service Technology. The bachelor’s degree program requires 120 […]

Volunteers needed

January 31, 2020
The University of Idaho is searching for volunteers for the 53rd Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival.  Thousands will visit the campus on February 28th-29th for the concert, which is why they’re asking for help. From greeting guests and managing competition sites to driving artists and educators around town, the festival is […]

WSU researchers receives $1 million to study how sleep affects the brain

January 31, 2020
James Krieger, Regents Professor at the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine received a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to study how sleep affects the brain.  Krieger and colleagues at WSU and the University of Massachusetts Amherst will explore whether variations in brian levels of bacterial […]

WSU PhD student awarded Microsoft Research Fellowship

January 31, 2020
Washington State University doctoral candidate Sarah Fakhoury is one of 10 students in North America selected to receive the 2020 Microsoft Research Ph.D. Fellowship. She received the fellowship to support her research in applying techniques from neurocognitive science to software engineering. Fellows receive two years of financial support in tuition, […]

WSU hires new special teams coordinator 

January 30, 2020
Washington State head coach Nick Rolovich announced yesterday that Michael Ghobrial has been hired as the special teams coordinator for cougar football.  Ghobrial worked the past two seasons in the same role for coach Rolovich at Hawai’i, helping UH to bowl games in both seasons including a 10-5 mark and […]

Food for Fines

January 30, 2020
The opportunity to get your library fine off your chest and do a good deed at the same time has come. Food for Fines at Whitman County Libraries kicks off Saturday, February 1st and goes until February 29th.  All 14 library branches will take part in the program, which allows […]

U of I celebrates cultures at Cruise the World

January 30, 2020
University of Idaho international students, faculty and staff will showcase the culture, food, and music of about 25 countries during the annual Crusie the World.  The event held in the International Ballroom of the Bruce Pitman Center will take place Saturday, February 1st.  Cultural performances will be given at least […]

Pullman Officer Brian Chamberlin presented the 2019 Humanitarian Award

January 30, 2020
Wednesday night, Pullman Police Officer Brian Chamberlin was presented the 2019 Humanitarian Award. Officer Chamberlin also received the Lifesaving Award.  On January 19th of last year, Chamberlin was assigned to a call of a male subject who was possibly suicidal. The subject left a message saying it was ‘too late’ […]

Pullman Officer Don Heroff named law enforcement officer of the year

January 30, 2020
Pullman Police Officer Don Heroff was awarded the 2019 Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Wednesday. Heroff has been an officer with the Pullman Police Department since April of 1999 and is one of the most senior officers in the department.  According to a press release, the past two years […]
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