The Moscow Police department is warning members of the public that they have had several reports of counterfeit bills being passed in Moscow. The MPD suggests using a counterfeit bill pen, which can be bought locally. If you are given a bill that you suspect may be fake, MPD asks […]
Plans are in the works for a new affordable housing project in Pullman. The Riverview Apartments are a partnership between the Community Action Center and the Washington State Department of Commerce. The state’s Housing Trust Fund has awarded the CAC 800,000 dollars. Every dollar of trust fund investment will bring […]
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories based in Pullman and the Schweitzer’s have teamed up for the largest gift ever donated to Lewis-Clark State College. The company is giving 2 million dollars to help pay for the college’s new Career & Technical Education Center. SEL President Ed Schweitzer and his wife Beatriz are […]
The vehicle licensing office in Colfax is closed this morning and will be closed all day on Wednesday. Whitman County Auditor Eunice Coker announced the closures Sunday morning. The vehicle licensing office in the county courthouse will open at Noon today. The office will be closed again on Wednesday. As […]
The body of a missing person out of Garfield County has been located in the Lower Snake River. The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office reports that a body was located Saturday afternoon in the river at the Central Ferry Bridge on State Route 127. The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office marine patrol […]
CORRECTION: The suspect arrested in Tekoa is Krista Condon. The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office made several arrests during 2 recent drug busts in the North part of the county. The latest was Early Saturday morning when deputies executed a search warrant at a home in Tekoa. Deputies raided the […]
The large Nisqually John canyon fire along the Lower Snake River in Southern Whitman County is fully contained. State mobilized fire crews went home on Saturday morning after gaining full containment on the nearly 1,400 acre blaze. The human caused fire started midday on the 4th of July in Nisqually […]
The University of Idaho’s annual outdoor concert featuring local musicians and composers is Monday night. The concert is at the UI Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. The free concert starts at 7:00. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early with blankets and lawn chairs.
There will be traffic delays starting Monday on State Highway 8 between Moscow and Troy. Crews are sealcoating 12 miles of the highway. Traffic will be directed through the work zone by pilot cars. Motorists should expect delays.
Traffic restrictions for paving work starts Monday for a portion of Stadium Way at Washington State University. Crews will be paving Stadium Way from Main to Nevada Streets until the 27th. During the work only one Northbound lane of Stadium Way will be open. Detours will be in place.