Delta Variant Of Coronavirus Detected In Moscow Sewage

August 1, 2021
The Delta variant of the coronavirus has been detected in Moscow. City officials announced the finding in a press release on Friday.  Staff have been testing sewage in Moscow to determine which variants are in the community.  Officials say the Delta variant has been detected.  The Delta variant spreads more […]

Discarded Cigarette Causes Small Wildfire Along SR270

August 1, 2021
A discarded cigarette caused a wildland fire on Saturday that threatened buildings on the East side of the Washington State University campus. Pullman City Firefighters and Whitman County Fire District 12 Volunteers responded to the wildfire around Noon.  The fire burned about a quarter of an acre near the intersection […]

Flash Flood Watch Issued For Latah County

August 1, 2021
The National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for Latah County.  Thunderstorms with torrential rain may cause flash flooding today especially in areas where wildfires have burned.  The Flash Flood Watch runs today from Noon to late tonight.  

WSU Provost Elizabeth Chilton To Serve Dual Role As First Pullman Chancellor

July 30, 2021
Washington State University Provost Elizabeth Chilton has accepted a new dual role to become the first chancellor of the Pullman campus. The new administrative structure falls under president Kirk Schulz’s OneWSU initiative.  In the past WSU presidents have served as the de facto chancellor for the Pullman campus.  The creation […]

Excessive Heat Warning Issued

July 30, 2021
The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for the Inland Northwest.  Triple digit highs are expected today and tomorrow on the Palouse.  The warning runs until Saturday night at 8:00.    
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