Moscow Chamber of Commerce Call to Artists

November 26, 2018
The Moscow Chamber of Commerce has issued a call to artists, to submit designs to promote the upcoming Moscow Chamber Foundation Auction on June 1st.  The Auction Committee will select one work of art to be featured on the Moscow Chamber Foundation “Save the Date Post Card,” and be featured […]

Santas for Seniors seeking donations

November 26, 2018
Santas For Seniors is currently collection Christmas gifts for area seniors. There are donation boxes located in Moscow at Howard Hughes and Tri-State, in Pullman at Shopko and Pullman Building Supply, and in Colfax at Washington Federal and Rosauers.  There are currently 325 seniors on the list, with an additional […]

Gar-Pal Sharing Tree

November 16, 2018
The Garfield- Palouse Education Association is hosting their annual Sharing Trees in both Garfield and Palouse Schools, to help families who might need help fulfilling the holiday wishes and basic needs of their children.   If you would like to place your family on the GPEA Sharing Tree list, for […]

WSU makes sweeping changes to Student Conduct rules

November 16, 2018
After a two-day meeting considering a number of agenda items, Washington State University regents have approved an overhaul to the student conduct process that greatly expands student rights and responsibilities in disciplinary investigations and hearings, after a comprehensive two-year review of the student conduct code.  WSU President Kirk Schulz authorized […]

City of Moscow Seeks comments on Comprehensive Plan Draft

November 16, 2018
The City of Moscow is seeking public comment on the new draft of their Comprehensive plan. The City Planning and Zoning Commission has been working to “Revise the City’s Comprehensive Plan to update statistics and other data contained within the Plan, to reflect completed implementation actions since adoption, and to […]

Moscow Artwalk 2019 Call to Artists

November 16, 2018
The City of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission has issued a Call to Artists for the Artwalk 2019 brochure cover art. Artists may submit up to two images of work to be considered. All submissions must be new work or work created in the last two years that has […]

Construction on South Grand complete

November 16, 2018
The City of Pullman has announced that construction is complete on South Grand Avenue, between Fairmount Drive and Baldwin Drive. The street is now back to two-way traffic and there are no traffic restrictions, except for the north shoulder of South Grand by the entrance to the new Sundance South […]

PRH & WSU sign agreement to collaborate on health-related initiatives

November 9, 2018
Pullman Regional Hospital and Washington State University announced an official partnership with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding on Thursday, formalizing the long-standing collaboration between the hospital and university. The agreement, known as “Partners in Excellence”, covers Health & Wellness Support and Education, Clinical Affiliation Agreements/Workforce Training, Human Resources/Employee […]

First Idaho Flu Death of the season

November 9, 2018
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare reports that a north Idaho woman, over 50 years of age, is Idaho’s first flu-related death this season.  The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare is reminding residents that flu can be serious and that “the most important action to take to prevent […]
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