Pullman PD Commander Jake Opgenorth Selected To Be Next Police Chief

January 21, 2022
Pullman Police Commander Jake Opgenorth has been selected to become Pullman’s next Police Chief. The information is in documents to Pullman City Councilmembers for their meeting on Tuesday night.  According to the report Mayor Glenn Johnson is confident that Opgenorth is ready for the promotion. Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins […]

WSU Regents Begin Discussing Expected Tuition Increase Request For Next Year

January 20, 2022
The Washington State University Regents began discussing an expected tuition hike for the next academic year during their committee meeting Thursday. The administration expects to ask the regents to approve a 2.5% tuition increase for the 2022-23 academic year.  State law limits tuition increases for public higher education in Washington […]

Local Home Prices In Washington Up 20% Last Year

January 20, 2022
The average price for a home sold locally in Washington soared nearly 20% last year. The Whitman County Association of Realtors reports that the average sale price for a home in Whitman County in 2021 was 330,000 dollars.  That’s up from 280,000 dollars in 2020. The market cooled off last […]

Paint Nights return to LaCrosse and Endicott this weekend

January 20, 2022
Paint Nights at the LaCrosse and Endicott branches of the Whitman County Library returns this month. Paint Nights allow attendees of any skill level to recreate beautiful paintings by following guided step-by-step videos from the artist who created the original painting. The LaCrosse branch Paint Night will take place on […]
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