30 new cases of COVID in Latah Wednesday

February 24, 2021
30 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Latah County on Wednesday. There have been 2,544 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Latah since the start of the pandemic. 2,472 who were previously diagnosed with the virus have since recovered. There have been six COVID-related deaths in Latah County since the […]

WSU renames marquee lecture space

February 24, 2021
Wednesday morning Washington State University announced its renaming the Spark Academic Innovation Hubs’ marquee lecture space to PACCAR Lecture Hall.  The change in name comes as PACCAR, a global technology company, made a donation to the school.  WSU says the PACCAR Lecture Hall’s innovative configuration and use of technology promote […]

Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival kicks off Thursday

February 24, 2021
The Annual Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival kicks off Thursday with events going on until Saturday.  At 2:30 pm, Thursday, Hamp’s Gala will take place and feature outstanding U of I students and faculty.  At 5, the school honors Lionel Hampton with exclusive archival footage, historical discussions, and personal stories from […]

15 new cases of COVID-19 in Latah Tuesday

February 23, 2021
15 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Latah County on Tuesday. There have been 2,514 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Latah since the start of the pandemic. 2,455 who were previously diagnosed with the virus have since recovered. There have been six COVID-related deaths in Latah County since the […]

Public Health asks Latah residents to make Appt. for COVID vaccine

February 23, 2021
North Idaho Central Public Health District is asking residents 65 years and older in Latah County who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine to contact the district.  Appointments will be held on a first come first serve basis in the Lewiston branch.  Call the district to make an appointment at […]

Rumors about vaccinations for students at UI cleared

February 22, 2021
Monday morning, University of Idaho President Scott Green cleared a rumor that was floating around Moscow last week. False information suggesting that vaccinations were available for anyone was allegedly spreading throughout the community.  According to a memo President Green sent out, this caused mass confusion and conflict at the Gritman […]

Pullman FFA hosts food drive

February 22, 2021
Pullman FFA is hosting a community food drive Monday and Friday. There will be boxes placed outside every school to collect non-perishable items.  All donations will go to the school’s food pantry.

Seven new cases of COVID-19 in Latah from over the weekend

February 22, 2021
Seven new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Latah County over the weekend. There have been 2,499 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Latah since the start of the pandemic. 2,450 who were previously diagnosed with the virus have since recovered. There have been six COVID-related deaths in Latah County since […]

WSU World Music Fall Convocation

February 22, 2021
On Tuesday from 11 am to noon, the WSU School of Music and Allegro will be hosting World Music Fall Convocation, featuring Kozue Matsumoto.  Matsumoto, who performs Japanese Koto Music, is from the Tohoku area in Japan and is now based in the Los Angeles area. She has played the […]

UI hosts Pollinator Summit Wed & Thu

February 22, 2021
The University of Idaho Extension is hosting a pollinator summit Wednesday from 4-5 pm followed by a series of short programs about the current status of bees and other pollinators from 6-8. The summit will focus on pollinators and their habitats on the Palouse and beyond. On Thursday from 2-6 […]
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