Moscow Motor-In Market discontinued

June 18, 2021
The City of Moscow announced Friday that it will discontinue the Motor-In Market due to the lack of participation.  The Motor-In Moscow Farmers Market allowed participating vendors to sell products at the height of the pandemic to more than 400 households in a safe and contactless manner throughout 2020.  The […]

ID’s unemployment rate drops .1% in May

June 18, 2021
Idaho’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped from 3.1% in April to 3% in May. Total employment grew 0.2%, while total unemployment dropped 3%. May’s labor force and steady participation rate continued to benefit from population increases. May’s year-over-year labor market numbers continue to demonstrate the magnitude of Idaho’s rebound to […]

COVID-19 vaccines available Tuesday for Malden and Pine City residents

June 18, 2021
The Pine Creek Community Restoration Long Term Recovery Operation and the Town of Malden will be hosting a COVID-19 vaccine and health-check clinic for residents of Malden and Pine City.  The clinic will take place at Malden Town Hall on Tuesday from eleven to two.  Individuals 12 years old and […]

Neill Public Library’s Summer Reading Program continues

June 18, 2021
The Neill Public Library’s Summer Reading Program continues with Forest Animal Week on Monday. Stop by and pick up one of the Grab and Go Activity Bags featuring bird-themed activities for youth of all ages. Enjoy storytime online with Ms. Rachael on Monday, followed by special guest readers Chris Duke, […]

Paradise Creek Bike and Bird event on Saturday

June 18, 2021
The Palouse Audubon Society and Palouse Conservation District will be hosting the third Paradise Creek Bike and Bird event on Saturday. The ride will start at seven o’clock in the morning at the Bill Chipman Trailhead in Pullman near Birch and Barley.  The event will consist of a casual bike […]

Direct flights to Boise now available to Palouse residents

June 17, 2021
Alaska Airlines announced Thursday it is adding a direct flight from the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport to Boise.  The University of Idaho entered an agreement with Alaska Air to guarantee profit for the first three years of flight service. The university agreed to pay up to $500,000 each year if the […]

WSU students named finalists in international software engineering competition

June 17, 2021
A group of Washington State University students were finalists in an international software engineering competition. The seniors majoring in software engineering were one of five teams selected as finalists in the competition that was held as part of the International Conference on Software Engineering. The competition is hosted every couple […]

Farm Stand at WSU Friday

June 17, 2021
The Friday Farm Stand at Washington State University will be open three to six Friday.   The stand is located on Animal Science Road, directly behind the Grizzly Bear Research Center.  This week includes early summer squash, carrots, lettuce mix, spinach, arugula, kale, chard, cabbages, microgreens, basil, and potted herbs.

Stress during pandemic linked to poor sleep

June 17, 2021
A new study by Washington State University researchers found that people lost sleep over COVID-19. A press release from WSU says stress, anxiety and depression during the first few weeks of the pandemic were associated with less and lower quality sleep. In a survey of more than 900 twins taken […]

City of Moscow offices closed tomorrow

June 17, 2021
All City of Moscow offices will be closed Friday for Juneteenth.  All emergency police and fire services will continue business as usual, and the Hamilton Indoor Recreation Center and Hamilton Lowe Aquatic Center will remain open. Juneteenth commemorates Jun. 19, 1865, when Union Major General Gordon Granger announced the end […]
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