All 14 branches of the Whitman County Library system will be closed next week for maintenance. Due dates for library materials have been extended.
The U.S. Forest Service campgrounds near the Sand Mountain Fire in North Latah County are back open. Laird Park and the Giant White Pine Campground near Harvard have reopened. The Bald Mountain Lookout is also open again. Roads and trails closer to the fire remain closed. The blaze is still […]
Washington State University Provost Elizabeth Chilton has accepted a new dual role to become the first chancellor of the Pullman campus. The new administrative structure falls under president Kirk Schulz’s OneWSU initiative. In the past WSU presidents have served as the de facto chancellor for the Pullman campus. The creation […]
A fish passage improvement project to boost the steelhead population in Big Meadow Creek near Troy is working. Idaho Fish and Game wants to increase steelhead numbers in the Potlatch River watershed. Big Meadow Creek has one of the largest steelhead populations in the Lower Clearwater River drainage. Biologists found […]
The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for the Inland Northwest. Triple digit highs are expected today and tomorrow on the Palouse. The warning runs until Saturday night at 8:00.
Jon and Rand and Band will be performing an outdoor concert at Merry Cellars winery in Pullman Saturday night. The live music is from 5:00 to 8:00. Dinner will be available from Oak on Main.
The man accused of threatening people with a gun and firing shots outside of a bar in Juliaetta has been sentenced after reaching a plea agreement with prosecutors. 38-year-old Zachary Williams of Juliaetta pleaded guilty to misdemeanor unlawful discharge of a firearm in Latah County Second District Court. Williams was […]
Washington State University quarterback Jayden de Laura has been found not guilty of misdemeanor DUI. Judge Pro Tem Doug Robinson rendered the verdict after presiding over de Laura’s bench trial in Whitman County District Court today. De Laura was arrested by Pullman Police for allegedly driving drunk on College Hill […]
The Screen on the Green returns Friday from nine to eleven. This week’s screening will be Godzilla Vs. Kong, a PG-13 film released this year. The movie is free and will take place on the U of I Tower Lawn.
The WSU School of Music is hosting Friday at the Clock this Friday. The school’s music faculty and friends will perform at 6:30 p.m. at the Clock between Bryan Hall and Holland Library. Attendees can bring blankets, lawn chairs, and picnics to enjoy while watching the concert.