Dozens Of UI Student-Athletes Return To Campus For Workouts

June 29, 2020
Some University of Idaho student-athletes are back on campus to get ready for the Fall season. About 40 Vandal football players and a few others have returned to Moscow.  Staff are checking the student’s temperatures daily before they enter the Kibbie Dome for workouts.  Another roughly 25 football players are […]

WSU President Kirk Schulz Takes 10% Pay Cut Next Year

June 29, 2020
Washington State University President Kirk Schulz is taking a deeper pay cut next year and has agreed to a contract extension. The WSU Regents approved a 5-year contract extension for Schulz during their meeting on Friday.  Schulz has decided to take a 10% pay cut during the next academic year.  […]

Idaho Studded Snow Tire Season Ends Wednesday

June 29, 2020
Tuesday is the last day to legally use studded snow tires in Idaho.  Idaho’s studded snow tire season ends Wednesday.  The season was extended this year because of the pandemic.  

WSU Regents Raise Tuition

June 29, 2020
Tuition is going up again at Washington State University. The board of regents agreed with the administration for the 4th straight year to raise tuition to the maximum amount allowed by state law.  The regents on Friday unanimously approved a 2.5% tuition increase for the upcoming academic year.  It increases […]

2 New Coronavirus Cases Confirmed In Latah County

June 29, 2020
Two new cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in Latah County. The North Central District of Idaho Public Health reported the new cases on Friday.  No other information was released. There have now been 11 diagnosed cases of coronavirus locally in Idaho.  No one has died from coronavirus in Latah […]

City of Moscow Friendly Reminder to be Safe for 4th of July Weekend

June 26, 2020
The City of Moscow wants to remind you to be safe during the 4th of July celebrations next weekend. Please practice proper firework safety and familiarize yourself with your local firework laws. Remember to always keep a bucket of water or hose nearby. Illegal fireworks are prohibited.

Coronavirus Patient In Whitman County Hospitalized

June 26, 2020
A coronavirus patient in Whitman County has been hospitalized. A previously announced patient is now in the hospital due to complications associated with coronavirus according to a press release from Whitman County Public Health.  This marks the first coronavirus hospitalization in Whitman County. The agency also announced a new confirmed […]

Charter School Approved For Pullman

June 26, 2020
The first local charter school in Washington has been approved and will be opening next year. The Washington Charter School Commission on Thursday approved the application for Pullman Community Montessori.  The charter school will be able to teach up to about 250 students in grades K through 9.  Pullman Community […]

DMV In Moscow Limiting Office Hours Next Week

June 26, 2020
The DMV office in Moscow will be limiting its hours next week because of a staffing shortage. The titles and registration desk will be closed on Tuesday from 1:00 to 2:30.  The driver’s licensing desk will be closed Tuesday afternoon and all day on Thursday.  

New UI Arena Continues To Take Shape

June 26, 2020
The University of Idaho’s new arena is continuing to take shape. Crews on Wednesday set the keystone piece which allows for ceiling construction to begin.  The primary piece of ceiling structure weighs 39,000 pounds and is 58 feet long. The Idaho Central Credit Union Arena will open next year and […]
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