WSU recruiting dogs for new study

September 10, 2021
Washington State University is recruiting dogs for an upcoming study on dry dog food.  The owner must be at least 18 years of age, and the dog has to weigh less than 20 pounds.  For participating in this panel, you will be rewarded with a $5 gift card to Ferdinand’s […]

SEL and WSU to celebrate long-term relationship next week

September 10, 2021
Beginning Monday, Washington State University and Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories are hosting SEL-WSU Collaboration Week to celebrate their long-term relationship. The weeklong celebration on the WSU Pullman campus will feature opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to interact with SEL professionals, as well as several other informational events. Online viewing also […]

City of Moscow cancels events amid Crisis Standards of Care

September 10, 2021
The City of Moscow announced Friday that it’s canceling the Vandal Town Block Party, Live Entertainment at the Moscow Farmers Market, and suspending Youth Vendor and Performance Artist programs at the Farmers Market.  This comes as the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare activated the Crisis Standards of Care protocol […]

“Second Saturdays” in Palouse Continues

September 9, 2021
The Palouse Chamber of Commerce is hosting “Second Saturdays” this Saturday.  On the second Saturday of every month, downtown Palouse will feature local culture and welcome visitors to enjoy the community, its shops, restaurants, and big shady park.  If you are interested in participating in Second Saturdays as an outdoor […]

U of I hosts Suicide Awareness 5K

September 9, 2021
The University of Idaho is hosting a Suicide Awareness 5K walk and run.  The event helps raise awareness around suicide prevention and resilience building.  Participants have the option of a 5K (3.1 mile) or 2K (1.3 mile).  The run will begin at the Student Rec Center at 10 o’clock.  To […]

9/11 Ceremonies across the Palouse

September 9, 2021
The City of Pullman is hosting a 9/11 Memorial Ceremony Saturday at 11 a.m. at the city hall.  The ceremony will include a flag raising and lowering, brief words by Mayor Glenn Johnson, Police Chief Gary Jenkins, and Fire Chief Mike Heston.  In Moscow, the Elks Lodge and the University […]

Washington Idaho Symphony announces vaccine requirement for patrons

September 9, 2021
The Washington Idaho Symphony in Pullman will require those who work and attend the symphony to have a COVID-19 vaccine.  Those 12 years of age and older will be required to show proof of the vaccine.  Masks will also be required to attend the show.  The first symphony will take […]

Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee seeking public comment

September 8, 2021
The Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee is seeking public comment on local water understanding, water use, and water values from residents on the Palouse. The committee is conducting this poll to provide strategic long-term water supply solutions for the Palouse Basin. The poll is running now through October 6th and is […]
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