Monday morning from 10:30 to 12, the Colfax Library will be hosting a seminar on Medicare 101 with Michael Dalich, SHIBA Coordinator at Aging & Long Term Care of Eastern Washington. The workshop is free and during it, Dalich will explain Medicare Parts A, B, and D, Medicare benefits and […]
The Whitman County Rural Library District is starting its annual Penny Drive from Monday until April 29. Each of the fourteen library branch locations collects money to fund programs or projects for their community. National Library Week wraps up the event from April 23-29.
The State Route 127 over the Snake River at Central Ferry South of Dusty will be closed to traffic on Thursday. The Washington State Department of Transportation is repairing the 54 year old bridge deck this year. The closure will begin Thursday morning at 11:00 and continue until 1:00 early […]
Nearly 5,500 rainbow trout will be stocked in Spring Valley Reservoir near Troy next month. Idaho Fish and Game will be stocking the reservoir with catchable sized rainbows at some point in April.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for the mountains of Latah County. The watch runs from tonight through Saturday night. The forecast is calling for up to 14 inches of snow and wind gusts up to 40 MPH above 4,000 feet.
This weekend the University of Idaho will be hosting four performances of the award-winning play “The Meeting,” by Jeff Stetson. Shows start tomorrow night and go until April 2. “The Meeting” depicts the imagined meeting of Malcom X and Martin Luther King, Jr., two civil rights activists. Showtimes are at […]
This weekend at the Latah County Fairgrounds, S’Wheat Farm will be hosting its Vintique & Gift Sale. Hours on Friday evening are from 5:30 to 8, and on Saturday morning from 9 to 3. Saturday’s attendance is free, but to go on Friday, people must pay a $10 entry fee […]
The federal government is taking public comments about the Four Lower Snake River Dams and salmon recovery during two online sessions. The sessions Friday morning and Monday are already full for people wanting to comment. Citizens can still register to listen to the online sessions and you can find a […]
The Palouse Habitat for Humanity’s Surplus Sale store on Moscow is expanding. The store on North Main Street raises about 200,000 dollars annually for the local organization. The store opened 10 years ago. Palouse Habitat for Humanity will be celebrating its expansion project with a knock down a wall event […]