Groundbreaking Wednesday for new WSU research building

June 26, 2018
There will be a groundbreaking ceremony for the latest facility in Washington State University’s V. Lane Rawlins Research and Education Complex in Pullman Wednesday morning.  The 4th life sciences research building will be constructed in the complex across Stadium Way from Martin Stadium.  WSU President Dr. Kirk Schulz and new […]

Pullman stays near the top among fastest growing cities in Eastern Washington

June 26, 2018
Pullman continues to be one of Eastern Washington’s fastest growing, larger cities, this decade.  The Washington State Office of Financial Management has released it’s city population estimates based on April 1st data.  Pullman’s population grew by about 1.5% last year, adding around 500 people, to just under 34,000.  The city’s […]

Two Pullman streets closed for railroad crossing removals this week

June 26, 2018
Work to remove more abandoned railroad crossings in Pullman will close 2 city streets this week.  State Street just North of Davis Way will be closed Wednesday while crews remove the old railroad crossing and resurface the street.  Kamiaken Street will be closed on Thursday near the Spot Shop while […]

Weekend Host Families wanted for Iraqi students visiting in July

June 25, 2018
The Washington State University Office of International Programs is looking for host families, to host one or two students visiting from Iraq as part of the Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP), for the weekends of July 20th – 22nd and/or July 27th – 29TH.  The students will be in […]

Free Shred Truck Event tomorrow at Gladish

June 25, 2018
Whitman County Crime Victim Service Center is hosting a free paper shredding event tomorrow.  From 10:00 am -2:00 pm there will be a “shred truck” in the parking lot of Gladish Cultural and Community Center, in Pullman. Private individuals and businesses can bring any documents they would like to shred, […]

Monarch Butterfly migration tracked by WSU and citizen scientists

June 25, 2018
Scientists now have proof that Monarch butterflies migrate from the Pacific Northwest to California, thanks to five years of research and more than 15,000 tagged butterflies. Washington State University Entomology Professor David James and a team of volunteers and citizen scientists, including inmates from the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla […]
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