Dog Dies In Boat Ramp Mishap At Wawawai Landing On Snake River

May 24, 2023
A dog died in a boat ramp mishap when a truck sank into the Snake River at Wawawai Landing on Tuesday morning. The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office reports that a man was trying to launch his boat when his sandals slipped off as he was braking.  The man accidentally hit […]

Washington Governor Jay Inslee To Visit Pullman Thursday

May 24, 2023
Washington Governor Jay Inslee will be in Pullman on Thursday. Governor Inslee will visit Pullman Regional Hospital to get a firsthand look at the hospital’s new family medical residency program with Washington State University.  He will also tour the Community Action Center and the WSU Bear Center.  

WSU Needs Participants To Taste Test Rum Wednesday

May 23, 2023
Washington State University needs participants to taste test rum. The taste testing on Wednesday takes 15 minutes and is at the Food Science and Human Nutrition building.  Participants must be between 21 and 55 years old with an ID, have an expressed interest in liking flavored rum, have consumed flavored […]

Spending Cutbacks For WSU Athletics As President Kirk Schulz Announces An Unexpected Shortfall Due In Part To “Inadequate Documentation Of Revenues And Expenses”

May 23, 2023
Worsening finances in the Washington State University Athletics Department have led to spending reductions. WSU President Kirk Schulz issued a statement on Monday announcing the spending cutbacks for Cougar Athletics.  The department is temporarily freezing hires for current and future vacant positions until further review.  Athletics is pausing non-essential travel […]

Pullman City Councilwoman Becky Dueben Bows Out Of Re-Election Bid-WSU Grad Student Set To Join Council-Two Pullman School Board Candidates Disqualified

May 23, 2023
CORRECTION:  Dueben is not a tenured professor. Pullman City Councilwoman Becky Dueben is not running for re-election. Dueben filed her candidacy last week.  She removed herself from the ballot on Monday after speaking to the woman who filed to challenge her.  Washington State University graduate student Carla Marcela De Lira […]

Moscow-Pullman Highway Paving Delayed

May 22, 2023
The project to repave the Moscow-Pullman Highway has been delayed due to issues with the contractor. The work to repave State Route 270 was scheduled to begin last week.  The contractor’s asphalt didn’t meet state specifications and the work was halted.  The paving company has resubmitted its design to the […]
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