On Apr. 12, the City of Pullman will have its COVID-19 re-evaluation and they’re making sure businesses are compliant with state regulations. According to a press release from the city, the Pullman Fire Marshals Office has been conducting random site visits throughout the city. After initial visits at Pullman businesses, […]
10 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Latah County over the weekend. There have been 2,749 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Latah County with eight coronavirus-related deaths since the start of the pandemic.
As you begin to plant your gardens, the Colfax and Albion Libraries are reminding you to visit its Seed Library. Gardeners can stop by the library to gather seeds for their own garden. The library does ask you to return a few harvested seeds if you do take seeds. In […]
TSA at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport is opening applications for six part-time security officers. Security officers are federal employees. Benefits include paid training, annual and sick leave, health care plans for full- and part-time employees, and a retirement plan. Starting salary for a security officer is $16.51 per hour. For […]
The positivity rate for coronavirus testing at the University of Idaho has dropped to 0.35%. 14 tests came back positive last week at the UI. That’s down from the previous week’s nearly 3% positivity rate. UI students remain in the classroom this Spring semester. All UI students had to pass […]
The coronavirus activity level in Whitman County has dropped significantly in the past week but remains in the high range. There were 190 new confirmed cases of coronavirus in Whitman County over the past two weeks. Whitman County Public Health reports that the coronavirus activity level is now at 379 […]
Katie Wheatley won the Pullman Distinguished Young Women scholarship program over the weekend. Maggie Meyer won the Colton-Uniontown program on Sunday. Both young ladies now advance to the Washington Distinguished Young Women scholarship program to be held in Pullman this Summer.
67 new cases of coronavirus among Washington State University students were reported over the weekend. There are 96 active coronavirus cases on campus which is up from 61 active cases that the institution reported on Friday. That’s the highest number of active coronavirus cases at WSU Pullman since the university […]
Two people were arrested following a dangerous, long, high speed car chase that started in Whitman County early Sunday morning. The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office reports that the chase began around 1:30 when a driver failed to pull over for a deputy for speeding just North of Pullman on U.S. […]
Washington State University President Kirk Schulz is telling students to stop partying now in response to the increase in coronavirus cases among students. Whitman County is at risk of dropping back to stricter coronavirus restrictions under Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s current pandemic mandates. New coronavirus case numbers in Whitman County […]