Local Washington Entities Receive State Grants For Festivals & Events

August 16, 2022
Three local entities have received grants from the Washington State Department of Commerce. The agency recently allocated over 3 million dollars in pandemic relief funding for events, festivals and celebrations in communities with populations under 100,000 people.  The Palouse Chamber of Commerce received 13,000 dollars, the Colfax Chamber of Commerce […]

Heat Advisory Starts Wednesday

August 16, 2022
The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the Palouse. The advisory runs from noon on Wednesday into Friday night.  The forecast is predicting highs between the mid 90’s and a 100 degrees.

UI Campus Move-In Begins Wednesday

August 16, 2022
Students will start returning to the University of Idaho campus Wednesday as move-in for campus housing begins.  The fall semester at the UI starts Monday.    

Idaho receives more than $3.9 million in funding for AmeriCorps programs

August 15, 2022
Serve Idaho received a $3.9 million grant to fund the AmeriCorps programs from 2022 to 2023. Palouse Clearwater Environmental Institute in Moscow received one of these grants for $348,210 to fund 18 AmeriCorps members who will be placed on projects providing environmental education to Idahoans and conducting environmental restoration on […]

WSU Extension Department of Commerce partner to expand rural broadband access

August 15, 2022
Washington State University Extension, Department of Commerce is partnering with the Washington State Broadband Office to provide better and more equitable access to reliable, high‑speed internet for Washington communities in rural and remote areas.  The one‑year, $8 million statewide Broadband Action Team Implementation and Support project aids to enhance internet […]
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