Pullman PD awards TX resident who helped bust a cold case from 18 years ago

May 10, 2022
Pullman Police Chief Jenkins recently awarded Texas resident Gretchen Stack for helping solve an alleged series of home invasions and sexual assaults.  Between 2003 and 2004 the series of events took place in Pullman. The cold case was investigated for years with no arrests.  Stack helped Pullman PD arrest 47-year-old […]

UI Athletics Hall of Fame seeking nominations for 2022

May 10, 2022
The University of Idaho Athletics Hall of Fame is seeking nominations for the 2022 induction class. The class will be inducted during a ceremony during Homecoming which will take place on the weekend of Oct. 1 in Moscow. Vandal Athletics looks to induct a biennial class, but due to the […]

WSU seeking participants to taste-test apples

May 10, 2022
Washington State University is seeking people to taste-test its apples every day next week.  You must be at least 18-years-old, have no apple allergy, and be willing to spend about 20 minutes of your time.  Participants can participate for just one day or every day. Those who take part will […]

Libey Gallery hosts two new exhibits for May

May 9, 2022
The Libey Gallery in downtown Colfax has two new exhibits for the month of May by Colfax photographer, Naomi Taylor and former Colfax resident, Jerry Jones.    Naomi Taylor of “Gypsy Heart Photography” found inspiration and theme for this exhibit from life, family, and love of the Pacific Northwest.  Former long-time […]

Early voting underway in Latah County

May 9, 2022
Early voting has begun in Latah County for the upcoming May 17th election.  Early Voting is available Monday through Friday from 8 to 5, ending on the 13th.  Voters also have the opportunity to cast their ballot early on May 7th, from 9 to 1. Early Voting is taking place […]

WSU Jazz Big Band wins Graduate College Large Jazz Ensemble Award

May 6, 2022
The Washington State University Jazz Big Band recently won the Graduate College Large Jazz Ensemble Award from DownBeat magazine. DownBeat is a renowned journal in jazz, often called the “Jazz Bible.” DownBeat Student Music Awards are national in scope, awarded to top jazz programs from around the country.  The WSU […]

Two WSU professors elected to National Academy of Sciences

May 6, 2022
Washington State University’s Biochemistry Professor John Browse and anthropology Professor Tim Kohler were elected to the National Academy of Sciences in recognition of their achievements in original research. The National Academy of Sciences is a nonprofit society of scholars charged with providing advice about science and technology to the nation. […]
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