The Pullman Police Department is seeking the public’s help identifying two suspects from a stolen credit cards case. The male and female allegedly used credit cards stolen during a vehicle burglary that was reported on Tuesday on Pullman’s College Hill. The pair reportedly used the stolen cards at Walmart and […]
Kimberling Insurance in downtown Moscow will be celebrating 45 years in business with an open house on Saturday. The event is from 8:00 to noon at the Kimberling Farmers Insurance office at 205 South Main Street. The public is welcome to visit for some free coffee and maple bars.
Legendary folk singer Dan Maher will be playing Rico’s in downtown Pullman Friday. Maher will perform from 9:00 to midnight. Admission is free.
Some Washington State University student-athletes will be signing autographs at a card show in Pullman on Sunday. The show is from 10:00 to 4:00 at the Courtyard Marriott on the WSU campus. The autograph session is from noon to 2:00. Cougar football players Cameron Ward, Ron Stone Jr. and Andre […]
The WSU Eggert Family Organic Farm is hosting u-pick pumpkin sales during the next two weekends. The farm will be open for pumpkin picking sales from 3:00 to 6:00 Friday and 10:00 to 4:00 on Saturday. The farm stand will be open as well. Proceeds will benefit the farm. The […]
The U.S. Postal Service will conduct an unprecedented two-day hiring “Mega Blitz” for 2,000 mail carriers, mail handlers, and clerks at 103 postal facilities across Washington on Sept. 29 and 30. The Pullman postal facility will host a job fair during the mega Blitz from 10 am to 3 pm […]
Pullman Chamber of Commerce will host the last Music on Main this Thursday from 5:30- 7:30 pm at Pine Street Plaza. The last performance of the season will be by Scott Thompson.
The City of Pullman, in partnership with the Pullman Kiwanis, officially opens Pullman’s first ADA-accessible playground in Mary’s Park located at 1570 SE Johnson Avenue. Located on five acres of land donated by the Herb Neil estate in 2010, Mary’s Park has a nearly-10,000-square-foot playground, complete with two play structures, […]
The model for the Sacajawea dollar coin and Shoshone-Bannock Tribe member, Randy’L Teton, will speak at the University of Idaho on Friday when the university dedicates the sculpture, “Sacagawea and Jean Baptiste,” modeled after her. Teton will speak at a 3 p.m. ceremony at the Bruce M. Pitman Center’s Tribal […]