Avista Utilities is asking its electricity customers to conserve power. The Spokane-based utility says demand for power has increased significantly with the unprecedented heat wave. Avista is asking people to reduce their electricity use starting today through Thursday to reduce the strain on the power grid. The utility wants people […]
The City of Moscow has opened a cooling station at the Hamilton Indoor Recreation Center on F Street. It’s open on the weekend from Noon to 10:00 and weekdays from 8:00 to 10:00. Other cooling station locations in Moscow are listed below. Eastside Market Place 1420 S Blaine St […]
The Clarkston man arrested for allegedly of kidnapping a woman has been sent to jail after pleading guilty to a lesser charge. 32-year-old Mathew Pilkington pleaded guilty to 4th degree misdemeanor assault in Whitman County Superior Court Friday. Pilkington was initially arrested in late May for felony assault, kidnapping and […]
Several local organizations have received grants from the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation. The largest grant is a 9,000 dollar allocation to the Pullman Senior Citizens Association. Grants worth thousands of dollars were also awarded to the Latah Recovery Center, The Friends of Phillips Farm, Latah Alliance on Mental Illness and […]
The Pullman Police Department is reminding the public about the city’s fireworks laws. Legal fireworks can only be shot off in the city on July 3rd from 9:00 am to 11:00 pm and on the 4th from 9:00 am to Midnight. Firing fireworks in the City of Pullman outside of […]
Three candidates have come forward for Whitman County Assessor. The position is currently held by Acting Assessor Laurie Miller who was temporarily appointed to the post following the death of Robin Jones. John Brabb, Wraylee Flodin and Kelley Messinger have applied for the elected position. The Whitman County Republican Central […]
The Range Benders Plaza Concert will be Monday night from six to eight in Moscow. The 1912 Center will be hosting the free event.
The Neill Public Library’s Summer Reading Program continues with Pet 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 reader Jann Hill, chair […]
The Idaho Food Bank will be distributing food Monday at ten o’clock until the food is gone. The food boxes will be delivered to anyone in the community who needs it. Distribution will take place at the church on Mountain View Road and Joseph Street.
The City of Pullman will open a cooling shelter during the upcoming heat wave. The shelter will be in the Pullman Senior Center at the new city hall on Crestview Street on Pioneer Hill. It will be open from Noon to 8:00 daily from Saturday through Tuesday. People who can […]