Moscow PD Asking The Public To Report Any Odd Activities

November 29, 2022
The Moscow Police Department is asking the public to report any odd or out of the ordinary events as part the investigation into who killed four University of Idaho students. Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle were found stabbed to death inside an apartment near campus on […]

Digital Navigation at Whitman County Library

November 28, 2022
Whitman County Rural Library District announced they are a recipient of a $500,000 Digital Navigator grant from the Washington State Broadband Office and the Washington State Department of Commerce, beginning this fall through June 2023.  This grant will allow WCL to develop, host, and teach digital navigation skills to the […]

Women’s Leadership Guild Awards $10,000 to Local Non-Profits

November 28, 2022
Five local non-profits were awarded $2,000 each by the Pullman Regional Hospital Women’s Leadership Guild for this year’s grant cycle. Members voted to award five $2,000 grant awards for the 2022-23 grant cycle to support The Lauren McCluskey Foundation, Palouse Discovery Science Center, Palouse School Food Pantry, United Way of […]

Pullman Child Welfare Coats For Kids Drive Ends Wednesday

November 28, 2022
Pullman Child Welfare’s annual Coats for Kids drive is almost over. The charity is collecting new or gently used coats for Pullman families who could use a helping hand.  The drive runs through Wednesday.  Coats can be dropped off at Four Star Supply, Columbia Bank, Walmart, Neill’s Coffee & Ice […]

Moscow PD Responding To More Calls For Unusual Circumstances And Welfare Checks

November 28, 2022
The Moscow Police Department is responding to more unusual circumstances calls and welfare checks since four University of Idaho students were murdered. Kaylee Goncalves, Madison Mogen, Ethan Chapin and Xana Kernodle were found stabbed to death inside an apartment near campus on November 13th.  Since then, officers have responded to […]
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