Pullman 6th grader Navtaj Singh finished tied for 12th at this year’s Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. Singh misspelled meromictic in the 8th round of the semifinals Wednesday afternoon. Singh who attends Lincoln Middle School finished 32nd in last year’s National Spelling Bee.
A major milestone in the construction of the new terminal at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport was celebrated on Wednesday. A “Topping Out” ceremony was held to commemorate the placing of the last beam in the roof of the structure. The new 90 million dollar 49,000 square foot terminal should be […]
A Washington State University-led study has concluded that even without nerves, plants can sense when something touches them and when it lets go. During experiments, individual plant cells responded to the touch of a very fine glass rod by sending slow waves of calcium signals to other plant cells, and […]
The first Music on Main will be this Thursday at Pine Street Plaza from 6-8 in downtown Pullman. Ray Wallace and Jill Freuden will be performing this week.
Palouse is having its 18th annual artwalk throughout the month of June. The artwalk will be open on Fridays from 1-5, Saturdays from 11-6, and Sundays from 12-3. Main street art will open from June 1 to June 30, and a pop-up gallery will be at the Palouse Community Center […]
A Colfax native has been promoted to partner of a Pullman law firm. Baumgarten Law Offices has promoted Joshua Huber to partner. Huber graduated from Colfax High School in 2013 and earned his bachelor’s at Whitworth University in Spokane. He went on to earn his law degree at the University […]
The Pullman School District is hosting an open house on Thursday for incoming kindergartners and their families. The open house is from 4:30 to 5:30 at Pullman’s elementary schools.
There will be traffic delays today at the roundabout on North Grand Avenue in Pullman. Crews are conducting minor repairs to the new roundabout that was built last year. Flaggers will be directing all directions of traffic through the roundabout on the North end of Pullman today.
Pullman sixth grader Navtaj Singh has advanced to the 6th round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C. The 12 year old Lincoln Middle School student is one of 56 students left in the competition. Singh finished 32nd last year. He has made it to the semifinals which […]