Capitalism vs. Communism will be the topic of this year’s Great Debate hosted by St. Augustine’s Catholic Center in Moscow Thursday night. The executive director of The Institute for Christian Socialism will debate the president of the Acton Institute. The Great Debate will be at 7:30 Thursday night inside the […]
The Music on Main series in downtown Pullman continues Thursday with The Freezing Tegans. The group will be playing in the Pine Street Plaza from 5:30 to 7:30.
The burn ban for the unincorporated area around Pullman in Whitman County Fire District 12 has been lifted. District 12 officials are reminding the public to follow the normal burning rules.
The old Lumberyard food truck hall in Pullman is reopening under new management. According to posts on Facebook the former Lumberyard location will be reopening soon under a new name called Timber. It will feature independently owned and operated restaurants. Anyone 18 years and older interested in working at Timber […]
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeing an increase in homeless camps on its property in the region. The federal agency released a brief statement Tuesday acknowledging the increase in homeless camps. The press release referenced Clarkston and noted that the rise in the number of homeless camps is […]
The burn ban on Colton and Uniontown and most of the surrounding area in Whitman County Fire District 14 has been lifted. The burn ban for Wawawai Road along the Snake River is still in place. Fire officials in D14 are reminding the public to follow all the normal burning […]
The burn ban for Rosalia and the surrounding area in Whitman County Fire District 7 has been lifted. Fire officials are reminding the public to follow all normal burning regulations.
The Palouse Discovery Science Center in Pullman will be hosting a dedication Wednesday for its new mural. The mural is a joint effort with the Pullman Art Foundation. The artwork features salmon. The dedication is Wednesday at 5:30 at the science center in the Pullman Industrial Park.
A gofundme page has been set up to raise money for the Pullman man seriously injured in last week’s plane crash near Palouse. Flight instructor Lyle Drader suffered broken bones in the crash at the airstrip on Ringo Road. Drader was flown to a Spokane hospital where he remains hospitalized. […]
The 59-year-old Southeastern Idaho man charged with misdemeanor assault for punching a man in Moscow during a mask protest has pleaded guilty. According to online court records, John Keith of Victor pleaded guilty last week to misdemeanor assault in Latah County Second District Court. Magistrate Judge Megan Marshall sentenced Keith […]