Registration available for 3rd Thursday Artwalk on January 19th

January 6, 2023
Registration for 3rd Thursday Artwalk on January 19th is now open and everyone is invited. Business and non-profit organizations can register at the link until 5 p.m. on January 10. Contact the City of Moscow Arts Department with any further questions:

Registration available for Martin Luther King Human Rights Community Breakfast

January 6, 2023
Senior professor at Eastern Washington University’s Africana Education Program and History Department, Dr. Scott Finnie, will be the keynote speaker at the 2023 Martin Luther King Human Rights Community Breakfast on Saturday, January 21 at 9:30am at the Moscow Middle School. His topic will be “Community and Human Rights: Growing […]

Pullman Boy Scouts offer Christmas Tree Curbside Pickup

January 5, 2023
Pullman Boy Scouts will offer a Christmas Tree Curbside Pickup by Palouse Conservation District. Have your tree at the curb by 9 am on Saturday January 7.  If not picked up by 3 pm, contact Scoutmaster Paul Wheeler at 509-432-3659. Donation envelops can be attached to the tree or mailed […]

WSU’s new ‘semi-sub’ shows spy potential of sailing at waterline

January 4, 2023
An unmanned semi-submersible vehicle developed at Washington State University shows spy potential of sailing at waterline. The roughly 1.5-foot-long semi-sub prototype, built with off-the-shelf and 3D-printed parts, moves quickly with low drag and a low profile. The WSU project aims to find how half-submerged vessels can efficiently serve military, commercial […]

APOD Productions holds auditions for “Paperwick Papers”

January 4, 2023
APOD Productions continues it’s “What the Dickens!” season with a radio drama comedy based on the first novel written by Charles Dickens. Auditions for Pickwick Papers are open to ages 14 to adult. Auditions will be held January 5th at the 1912 Center in Moscow between 6pm & 8pm. To […]

Palouse Habitat for Humanity announces grant award

January 4, 2023
Latah County Community Foundation award Palouse Habitat for Humanity Surplus Sale $1,500 to purchase tools and equipment. The Surplus Sale is Palouse Habitat for Humanity’s thrift store, selling donated home improvement and repair materials at an affordable price Proceeds support Habitat’s home building and repair programs around the Palouse. The […]

Palouse Habitat for Humanity re-opens applications for 2023 home

January 3, 2023
Palouse Habitat for Humanity has re-opened the application period the 2023 home in Palouse. The deadline for applications is 5:00 pm on January 31st. Program information and application packets are available at the link, at the Habitat office at 306 N. Main Street in Moscow, or call 208-883-8502. Habitat builds homes […]

Winter aerial surveys on Palouse to start early January

January 2, 2023
Aerial surveys are used to manage big game species in Idaho. Winter wildlife work starts now and will extend through the end of January. Aerial elk surveys will begin on the Palouse in big game management units 8 and 8A, depending on weather and helicopter availability, and will continue until […]
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