All 14 branches of Whitman County Library will close due to the Coronavirus except for the Pullman Neill Public Library. The closure will take place March 16h through the 31st. Residents may call the library at (509) 397-4366 regarding the closure.
The Idaho Fish and Game has dropped steelhead size restrictions from the Clearwater basin through different portions of the Snake River. The size restriction was officially removed today on steelhead fisheries in the Clearwater River basin and Snake River downstream of Couse Creek. The daily bag limit for steelhead in […]
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the entire Palouse. The advisory remains in effect from 11 pm tonight into Saturday morning. Total snow accumulations of up to two inches with winds gusting as high as 35 miles per hour.
Washington State University announced Friday that online classes for the Pullman campus will continue through the rest of the spring semester. WSU had previously left open the possibility of in-class lecture, but administration has ultimately turned that option down. As of now, this decision only affects the Pullman campus. The […]
A Census Q&A session that was set to take place Monday has been canceled.
The Latah County Department of Motor Vehicles will be closed Monday and Tuesday for employee training. The training comes as the transportation department prepares to debut a new system on June 15th. However, the Latah County Driver’s Licensing will operate normal business hours on those days.
The University of Idaho has received a $1 million investment to create an endowed research professorship. The honor from Wayne and Peggy Thiessen and the Idaho Potato Commission will benefit the university’s efforts to improve potato storage technology. The Idaho Potato Commission voted in January to support the professorship, following […]
Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson has declared a State of Emergency for the city amid the COVID-19 scare. The emergency declaration, however, facilitates potential future assistance related to COVID-19. There is no immediate request, as there have not been any confirmed cases of the Coronavirus as of Thursday. The assistance allows […]
Washington State researchers are searching for volunteers to participate in a boredom brain study. The goal of the study is to understand more about how people experience boredom and its link to the brain. 18 to 25-year-olds will sit for an hour to an hour and a half as researchers […]
Those interested in attending next Wednesdays Moscow Chamber Luncheon needs to make reservations by Friday. Attendees will hear from various members of nonprofits in Moscow and their impacts and interactions with the community. Next week’s luncheon will kick off at 12 at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre. To reserve, call […]