Busy downtown Pullman intersection reduced to one lane early next week

June 29, 2018
A busy downtown Pullman intersection will be reduced to one lane Monday and Tuesday.  The intersection of Main and Pine Streets will be down to one “very narrow lane” according to city officials.  The traffic restriction will allow crews to conduct sewer work for the Evolve on Main construction project.  […]

Rally in downtown Pullman Saturday for people supporting immigrant rights

June 29, 2018
There will be a rally in downtown Pullman Saturday for people who support immigrant rights.  The event is called “Immigrant Rights are Human Rights: Families Belong Together”.  It will start at 11:00 in the High Street Mall across from Rico’s Pub.  Attendees will march to Reaney Park.  The rally will […]

Neill Public Library celebrates donation of Ukuleles

June 28, 2018
Neill Public Library, in Pullman, is celebrating the donation of three ukuleles, from Ukulele Payers of the Palouse, known as UPOP. The library is having a musical kick-off celebration to debut the new ukes tomorrow starting at 5:00 pm in the Hecht Meeting Room, with a concert by UPOP from […]

CDC expert on vector-borne diseases to speak at U of I tomorrow

June 28, 2018
Ron Rosenberg of the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta will be speaking at 1:30 tomorrow afternoon at the University of Idaho, on the 4th floor of the Idaho Commons. Rosenberg is a world expert on vector borne diseases, such as those carried by mosquitoes and ticks.  Rosenberg’s talk, “Plant, […]

Tire Amnesty Day Saturday

June 28, 2018
Latah County Solid Waste, the City of Moscow and Latah Sanitation are having a Tire Amnesty Day on Saturday, from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, for Latah County Residents to throw away passenger car and pick-up tires. Large truck tires are not allowed. Tires can be dropped off at local […]
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