Local Idaho public health officials are acknowledging a Moscow establishment for responsibly reporting a coronavirus case to protect the public. The North Central District of Idaho Public Health reports that an employee at Tapped-Taphouse & Kitchen has been diagnosed with coronavirus. The individual was working at Tapped June 23rd through […]
The long-planned for new section of U.S. Highway 95 South of Moscow is now scheduled for construction starting next year. The Idaho Transportation Department has released its draft seven-year Transportation Improvement Program plan. The document calls for the new section of highway to be built in 2021 and 22. The […]
Today’s free meal from Oak on Main in downtown Pullman is a sausage dog with potato salad and a cookie. The free community meal is available to anyone regardless of their ability to pay. The Feeding our Friends free community meal from Oak on Main is available today from 4:00 […]
A Pullman landlord accused of housing discrimination has resolved his case with the federal government. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Spokane announced the resolution of their case against Ed L. Christensen in a press release issued on Tuesday. An investigation from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development found […]
Moscow Police believe that a local man dealing with mental health issues is responsible for the recent rash of bomb threats made against Gritman Medical Center. The man allegedly called in several bomb threats against the Moscow hospital Monday night and early Tuesday morning. Officers believe he also called in […]
A popular recreation spot on the Snake River in Whitman County has been vandalized again. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers staff are cleaning up spray-painted graffiti at Granite Point. Several tags were found by corps rangers on June 20th. The graffiti was painted on the rocks sometime the week before. […]
An Amazon executive is Washington State University’s newest regent. Governor Jay Inslee has appointed Amazon’s Vice President of Global Real Estate and Facilities John Schoettler to the board. Schoettler and his team manage millions of square feet of real estate across over 50 countries. He graduated from WSU in 1980. […]
A group of young siblings in Pullman will hold a lemonade stand today to raise money for the California Innocence Project. The kids will be selling lemonade from 5:00 to 7:00 at 900 SE Spring Street on Pioneer Hill. The children will be wearing masks. The California organization provides free […]
Moscow Police are investigating a bomb threat that was called in to Gritman Medical Center early Sunday morning. Someone called the ER and said there was a bomb in the building. Moscow Police searched Gritman and Moscow Family Medicine and Quick Care and didn’t locate an explosive device.
Albion Library has received a $10,000 grant to renovate heating and ac units along with upgrades to carpet, paint, and furniture. The grant was provided by the METER Foundation of Pullman. Renovations will begin immediately, to take advantage of the coronavirus closure.