Northern Pikeminnow Reward Fishing Season To Start Late

April 30, 2020
The annual Northern pikeminnow reward fishing season will begin a few days late this year.  The reward season from the Bonneville Power Administration was set to start on Friday.  The fishery will begin on May 11th for anglers wanting to get paid for turning in the fish caught from the […]

Daily Grind Downtown Pullman Coffeehouse Closing-Friday Last Day

April 30, 2020
The Daily Grind Coffeehouse in downtown Pullman is closing. A post on the company’s Instagram announced that Friday will be the last day that the Daily Grind Coffeehouse on Main Street will be open.  The post says that coronavirus restrictions are forcing the downtown coffeehouse to go out of business. […]

State Grant Allocated For Electric School Bus For Pullman

April 29, 2020
The Washington Department of Ecology has given the Pullman School District a grant to buy an electric school bus. The funding is from the state’s Volkswagen diesel emission settlement.  275,000 dollars will be used to cover the additional cost of buying an electric school bus to replace a diesel bus.  […]

New Local Group Streamlining Production Of Homemade PPE For Front Line Workers

April 29, 2020
A new local organization is working to streamline homemade Personal Protective Equipment production for healthcare workers, first responders and essential businesses. Palouse Open Source COVID19 Medical Supplies is organizing local volunteers to produce PPE.  The products are 3D printed, laser cut, milled, sewn, crocheted or knitted by volunteers at home.  […]

SEL Investing Millions In Cybersecurity Education At The UI

April 29, 2020
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories based in Pullman is investing millions of dollars in cybersecurity education at the University of Idaho. The new partnership is a 5-year, 2.5 million dollar deal to expand cybersecurity research and education to develop inherently cyber-secure industrial control systems.  The UI’s Center for Secure and Dependable Systems […]

Moscow City Council Begins To Discuss Reopening Plans

April 29, 2020
Moscow City Council started to discuss reopening plans during a special meeting Tuesday afternoon.  Council will continue the discussion on Thursday. Idaho Governor Brad Little is expected to clarify his reopening plans for the state on Thursday.  The governor’s current plan for reopening the state begins in phases starting on […]

September’s Palouse Empire Fair Remains In Limbo

April 29, 2020
No decisions have been made yet regarding September’s Annual Palouse Empire Fair. The Whitman County Commissioners agreed Tuesday to wait a month before deciding the fate of this year’s county fair outside Colfax.  The Palouse Empire Fair Board met on Monday night and decided to wait a month before making […]
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