The City of Pullman Police Department posted information on how residents can get free COVID-19 test kits. Every home with a valid address is eligible to order up to four at-home kits. Order your kits at this link.
Registration for the City of Moscow’s first dog obedience class is now open. Advanced Dog Obedience is offered for dogs that have already been through a beginning class and have been approved by the evaluator. Kinderpuppy Obedience is a class designed to help puppies learn appropriate behavior, shaping the temperament […]
Gritman Medical Center in Moscow recently opened applications for high school and college scholarships. Scholarships are for those entering the medical industry. The deadline to apply is Mar. 15.
Pullman Regional Hospital recently names Carrie Coen as Chief Reliability Officer, a newly developed position. The new position was created to align and integrate systems of safety, clinical practice, quality and risk management, human resources, finance, and operational performance improvement. Coen has served as Director of Rehabilitation Services for Pullman […]
As the snow melts in Pullman, residents are discovering new potholes on area roads. According to the city, crews have been repairing potholes in areas with the highest traffic volume. They are, however, requesting residents to notify the city of any current or developing potholes. To notify the city, call […]
The Moscow Chamber of Commerce is set to host the Winterfest on Saturday from noon to four. The 80’s themed ski party will take place on Main Street from 3rd to 6th Street. Main Street will have vendors serving beer, wine, warm beverages, and food. You must purchase your tickets […]
The 3rd Thursday Artwalk in Moscow is set to be held on Thursday from 4 to 8 p.m. Event attendees can find event flyers with details about host locations and their arts offerings online at this link or at participating host locations. This month’s 3rd Thursday Artwalk features work from […]
Washington State University is requesting event organizers to refrain from food and drink sales at sports events. WSU requested vendors to postpone sales through the end of Jan. as COVID-19 begins to rise in our area once again. The university says this allows attendees to have a mask on at […]
The Whitman County Department of Public Health says they are seeing “unprecedented levels” of COVID-19 cases in our county. According to the department, on Wednesday and Thursday of last week, Whitman County broke single-day records of confirmed cases. Public Health says they anticipate seeing more record-setting days coming this week. […]
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration recently awarded a $955,000 grant to the City of Moscow. The city applied for the disaster recovery grant to assist with funding for construction of a new bridge over Paradise Creek near Mountain View Road. The new 24-foot, single-span bridge will replace […]