28 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Latah County from over the weekend. There have been 2,600 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Latah since the start of the pandemic. 2,520 who were previously diagnosed with the virus have since recovered. There have been six COVID-related deaths in Latah County […]
The University of Idaho is hosting a 2018 Pulitzer Prize finalist called “Everybody” Friday through Sunday the 14th. Based on the 15th Century morality titled “Everyman,” the contemporary play “Everybody” is a dark comedy about diversity, identity, power, and fate. The play is unique in that the cast uses a […]
The City of Moscow Arts Department extended the deadline to register for the upcoming Third Street Gallery exhibition, Silver & Gold. The Arts Department also announced revisions to registration requirements based on community feedback. The revisions now allow artworks of all sizes. It is also optional for participating artists to […]
The Rosalia Library is inviting residents to pick up a Grab-and-Go bag through Mar. to explore the art of Blackout Poetry. Poetry is created when you take a written piece of text from a book, newspaper, or magazine and redact words, in order to come up with your own. All […]
41 new cases of coronavirus were confirmed in Whitman County over the weekend. All of the new patients are in the age groups 79 and younger. There have been 3,396 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Whitman County since the pandemic began. Whitman County Public Health reports that 45 local Washington […]
Sunday, the new monthly exhibit “Artists with a History” opens at Artisans at the Dahmen Barn in Uniontown. The Artists will be present on Sunday from 1 to 3 pm. The exhibit will remain open thru Mar 28. The exhibit features work by Byron Saneholtz, Bobbi Kelly, and Peggy Conrad. […]
Tuesday and Wednesday, Kamiaken Street in Pullman will be closed from Main to Paradise Street. This closure will start each morning at 7 o’clock. The Street will reopen each night at the end of the workday. This work is a part of the Paradise Artisan Studios project.
Shaakirrah Sanders, law professor at the University of Idaho is the featured speaker in the next black history month lunchtime lecture series event. It will take place at 11:30 tomorrow morning via zoom. Sanders will discuss Idaho’s anti-affirmative action law and the impact on diversity… equity and inclusion in the […]