Pullman set to have COVID re-evaluation

March 29, 2021
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 in Latah over the weekend

March 29, 2021
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.

Seed Library open at the Colfax, Albion Libraries

March 29, 2021
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 hiring at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport

March 29, 2021
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 […]

Positivity Rate For Coronavirus Testing At UI Drops To 0.35%

March 29, 2021
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 […]
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