Motorcycle crash in North Latah County

June 5, 2017
Two Saint Maries residents were injured in a motorcycle crash in North Latah County Saturday night.  Idaho State Police reports that Matthew Swan was riding Eastbound on State Highway 6 near Harvard when he hit a deer around 8:30.  Both Swan and his passenger Michele Bartlett were injured and taken […]

Hay stack fire near Colton deemed suspicious

June 4, 2017
Southern Whitman County fire officials are calling a weekend blaze that torched a large stack of hay bales suspicious.  Whitman County Fire District 14 volunteers out of Colton and Uniontown responded to the blaze around 10:00 Friday night.  About 60 one ton bales caught fire off Baker Road West of […]

Fire damages apartment building on Pullman’s Military Hill

June 4, 2017
The Pullman Fire Department wrapped up a busy week with its 4th blaze in 7 days Sunday morning.  City firefighters were called to an apartment on Military Hill.  Crews were dispatched to some units on Terre View Drive around 10:30 for a report of fire under a deck.  A resident […]

Prep work for downtown Pullman paving starts Monday

June 2, 2017
     This Summer’s busy road construction season starts to ramp up Monday.  The Washington Department of Transportation’s repaving of State Route 270 through Pullman gets underway next week.  Starting Monday, crews will be working on sidewalks which may lead to some short lane restrictions downtown on Grand Avenue.  Officials are […]

Despite no evidence linking WSU students to the production of a racist video, administrators react with a new comprehensive campus climate initiative

June 2, 2017
Despite no evidence connecting Washington State University students to the production of a racist video that included footage from a campus rally, the institution has reacted with a new comprehensive campus climate initiative which includes the creation of a new administrative post.  WSU President Kirk Schulz launched the effort last […]

Numbers released on Memorial Day Weekend regional crackdown on drunk drivers

June 1, 2017
Numbers have been released regarding last weekend’s regional drunk driving emphasis patrols.  Law enforcement agencies in both Idaho and Washington teamed up to crackdown on drunk drivers over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.  Officers made 8 DUI arrests, cited 13 people for distracted driving, issued 75 tickets for aggressive driving […]

New bike path connects WSU with Downtown Pullman

June 1, 2017
A new bike path connecting Washington State University with downtown Pullman has been opened.  The Cougar Climb is bike path with switchbacks to make it easier for bicyclists to get up the hill to campus from downtown.  It runs from near Reaney Park downtown to the corner of College Avenue […]
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