27 new cases of coronavirus were reported in Whitman County on Friday. The new cases are in Whitman County Public Health’s first pandemic update since Wednesday.
The Washington State University Regents have unanimously approved a request to obtain external financing to help pay for the pandemic-caused debt in athletics. Nearly 36 million dollars in bonds will be sold to help cover revenue losses caused by the pandemic. That debt will be repaid by Cougar Athletics for […]
The Washington State University Regents have approved a 2.5% tuition increase for the next academic year. The vote increases in-state undergraduate tuition next year by 255 dollars to just under 10,500 dollars. One regent voted against the tuition increase. State law allowed for tuition to be raised up to 2.8%. […]
The University of Idaho’s College of Engineering dean is stepping down and returning to the faculty. Larry Stauffer has been dean for 10 years and will return to the faculty at the end of June. The UI is conducting an internal search for an interim dean. A national search for […]
The Washington State University Regents heard the administration’s financial recovery plan for athletics during committee meetings Thursday. WSU wants to cover the department’s pandemic-caused debt with external financing by selling 36 million dollars in bonds. That debt would be repaid by Cougar Athletics over 20 years. The plan for the […]
Four new cases of coronavirus were confirmed among Washington State University students on Thursday. The new cases were included in WSU’s first pandemic update since Tuesday. There are 23 active coronavirus cases at the institution which is one less than what WSU reported on Tuesday. Whitman County Public Health didn’t […]
The Pullman Rotary Club has donated money to the Pullman Depot Heritage Center for a safety gate. The club awarded its annual Irving M. Field “Grand” Project worth 825 dollars for the gate. The money will be used to install a twenty-foot-wide safety gate at the center which meets Pullman […]
CORRECTION: The Lumberyard has not sold. A credible source familiar with the Lumberyard property has clarified to Pullman Radio News that the information from the city is incorrect. The Lumberyard has not sold but remains on the market. The incorrect information was including in the City Of Pullman’s Community Development […]
The Pullman/Colfax Quaranteam will be providing free meals from Minh’s’ Chinese Restaurant in Pullman Friday. 30 free meals will be available first come first serve starting at 5:30.
The Pullman Police Department is seeking the public’s help identifying a Greek Row burglary suspect. Police have released a surveillance image of the man who allegedly stole 3 composites from the Theta Chi fraternity house in mid-April. Anyone with information about the man is asked to contact the PPD.