Idaho Steelhead Fishing Opens Today With Reduced Daily Bag Limit

October 15, 2021
The daily bag limit for steelhead in Idaho has been reduced this year because of a smaller run. The Idaho steelhead fishing season opened on Friday with a limit of one fish per day.  The steelhead fishing season is now open on the Clearwater River and its North, Middle and […]

Vote By Mail Ballots For Washington Election Sent Out Friday

October 14, 2021
The vote by mail ballots for next month’s general election in Washington are being sent out Friday. In Pullman there are 3 contested races to be decided.  Pullman City Councilman Al Sorensen is being challenged by former City Councilman Francis Benjamin.  Pullman School Board Trustee Nathan Roberts faces challenger Carolina […]

First In-Person WSU Family Weekend Starts Friday

October 14, 2021
The weekend formerly known as Dad’s Weekend at Washington State University begins Friday. The first in-person Family Weekend at WSU begins Friday at 7:00 with ZZU Mania in Bohler Gym.  The event celebrates the start of the basketball season.  The Cougar women’s basketball team will have a three point shootout.  […]

State Grant Awarded To Assist With Water Emergency In Harvard

October 13, 2021
The water and sewer district in Harvard has been allocated a state grant to help with its water crisis. The Idaho State Department of Environmental Quality has awarded a 27,000 dollar grant to the Hoodoo Water and Sewer District.  The money will be used for well analysis, water hauling and […]
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