Pullman Civic Theatre is hosting its first 24-hour play festival this weekend. Actors and writers will meet Friday night to come up with ideas for short plays. Those plays will be performed Saturday night at 7:00 at the Nye Street Theater in Pullman. Admission is free.
About 5,000 students will be descending on Moscow this weekend for the University of Idaho’s 53rd Annual Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival. The student groups from around the Northwest and Canada will compete and take part in workshops and enjoy evening concerts Friday and Saturday. The workshops are free and open […]
The golf course at Washington State University is hoping to open this weekend. Managers at Palouse Ridge Golf Club are hoping to open the course for play on Saturday. That would be the first February opening at Palouse Ridge since 2012. The driving range is already open.
The City of Moscow is now accepting models for its Sculpture Garden at the Intermodal Transit Center. Each year, a selection panel chooses five sculptures to be displayed in the garden for approximately 12 months. Each selected artist will receive an honorarium of $200 for the loan of their artwork. […]
Theresa Elliot-Cheslek, current chief human resource officer for Washington State University, has received an additional title. Elliot-Cheslek, who’s served in the role since 2013 will now have the full title of vice president and chief human resource officer. President Kirk Shulz announced the designation Wednesday in recognition of her responsibilities. […]
The Lane K. Brown Foundation’s next F.A.S.T. support group will be held Thursday at 6 pm. This support group is for anyone who has had suicidal thoughts, family of suicide victims, survivors of suicide, feeling depressed, or anyone who just needs a friend. The group meets are the Pullman Community […]
Students from Washington State University are set to perform a musical showcase March 3rd at the Fox Theatre in Spokane. Four ensembles from WSU’s School of Music will perform several well-known composers and some original music. The concert, featuring musicals like The Secret Garden, Best of Friends, and Whisper of […]
Wednesday at approximately 10:45 am, the Idaho State Police responded to an injury crash on State Highway 8 near Bovill. Once troopers arrived to milepost 35.5, they found Miles Souders, 64 of Kendrick, in the embankment. Sonders was traveling westbound when his loaded logging truck crossed the highway, striking the […]
The University of Idaho will not be outsourcing facilities jobs to the private sector as part of its effort to deal with a 22-million-dollar shortfall. New UI President Scott Green mentioned the decision in a recent budget update posted on the university’s website. The UI’s facilities outsourcing committee reviewed 5 […]
Pullman Public Schools dismiss early on Wednesday, so the Neill Public Library is inviting students, grades 6-12 to some fun. From 12:30-3 pm, students can go to the Hecht Meeting Room in Pullman to enjoy chess, checkers, free pizza and drinks. According to a press release, pre-registration is not required. […]