Officials Preemptively Close Sites On Snake River After Large Crowd Of WSU Students Hit The Water-Sheriff Reports No Problems Except Overcrowding Issues

April 30, 2023
Officials preemptively closed two popular recreational sites on the Snake River Saturday after a large crowd of Washington State University students hit the water. The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office tells Pullman Radio News that the situation began when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers closed vehicle crossings of Lower Granite […]

IDFG Stocking Local Reservoirs With Thousands Of Fish In May

April 28, 2023
Thousands of rainbow trout will be stocked in local reservoirs in Idaho next month. Idaho Fish and Game will stock Spring Valley Reservoir near Troy with 4,200 fish, Moose Creek Reservoir near Bovill is getting 3,000 fish while Elk Creek Reservoir in Elk River will get 2,700 fish.  

UI Hires New Women’s Basketball Coach

April 28, 2023
The University of Idaho has hired a new head women’s basketball coach. Carrie Eighmey comes to Moscow from the University of Nebraska at Kearney where she has been head coach for the past 8 seasons.  She led UNK to three straight NCAA Division II Tournaments including a trip to the […]

City Of Pullman Deputy Fire Marshal Tony Nuttman Retiring

April 27, 2023
The City of Pullman’s Deputy Fire Marshal Tony Nuttman is retiring. Nutttman starting working in the fire service in 1987 in Oregon.  He joined the Pullman Fire Department in 2001 working as a firefighter and paramedic.  Nuttman also served with the Whitman County Fire district 12 and 14 Volunteer Fire […]

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Announces Local Grants

April 27, 2023
The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust awarded three local grants during over the winter. Kendrick Jr./Sr. High School received 10,000 dollars for a 3D filament recycling project.  The Washington State University Foundation was granted 370,000 dollars for a super-resolution light microscope and 19,000 dollars for research into hormones and hearing. The […]
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