Innovia Foundation Awards $80,000 to Whitman County Organizations

May 31, 2024
Innovia Foundation has awarded $1,089,400 in grants to 112 organizations in Eastern Washington and North Idaho through its annual Community Grants Program. $80,000 in total was distributed to organizations in Whitman County, including a $10,000 grant to Community Action Center for the development of an affordable home community for six […]

Up To 2 Inches Of Rain Possible Early Next Week

May 31, 2024
A wet storm system is forecast to arrive on the Palouse early next week. The National Weather Service has issued an advisory for North Idaho calling for up to 2 inches of rain with the system.  The rain may be heavy at times which could lead to possible mudslides.

Cause of Tuesday’s House Fire in Pullman Determined

May 30, 2024
Pullman Fire Marshal Darren Jones announced that an accidental electrical fire was the cause of Tuesday’s house fire that heavily damaged an unoccupied single-family home on College Hill. Jones said there were motors in the attic to help lower and raise a drop-down movie screen located near where the fire […]

Latah Farmers Market Season Begins Saturday

May 30, 2024
The Latah Farmers Market begins its fourth season in the Troy City Park this Saturday, June 1st from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The market features Latah County vendors selling locally-grown produce, plant starts, meat, eggs, dairy, poultry, beverages, jewelry, décor, gifts, and more. The Latah Farmers Market will take […]

Palouse Arts Council 19th Annual ArtWalk Begins Saturday

May 30, 2024
The Palouse Arts Council is hosting its 19th annual ArtWalk in downtown Palouse June 1st -30th. Artwork will also be shown in a Pop-Up Gallery at the Palouse Community Center June 21st – 23rd. Schedule of events at the Palouse Community Center: June 21st: 1 p.m. – 8 p.m., Pop-Up […]
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