Reservations are being accepted for a lunch with the local Washington legislative delegation. Senator Mark Schoesler and Representatives Joe Schmick and Mary Dye will be taking part. The lunch is Thursday the 17th at the new Pullman city hall building on Crestview Street. Tickets are 10 dollars. The lunch is […]
Washington State University will be full of high school students in blue jackets starting Thursday. The 88th Annual Washington FFA Convention returns to Pullman this week. The convention runs Thursday through Saturday on campus.
32 students will be taking part in New Saint Andrews College commencement Thursday night. The ceremony starts at 7:00 at the Nazarene Church in Moscow. The public is welcome to attend. NSA is a private classical Christian college in downtown Moscow.
Late Pullman sports icon Ralph Bowman has made a final donation to local high school athletes. The Bowman Estate has donated 10,000 dollars to the Pullman High School Athletics Department. The gift was Bowman’s final request. He passed away last Fall at the age of 75. Bowman spent decades volunteering […]
Both Pullman and Moscow High Schools earned high marks in the newest national ranking from US News and World Report. The publication ranked Pullman High as the 14th best high school in Washington and 1106th in the nation. Moscow High School ranks 6th best in Idaho and 2505th in the […]
Washington State University President Kirk Schulz delivered a state of the university address to the Pullman Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. President Schulz hit on a variety of topics including a prediction that WSU should set another record high for enrollment this Fall. Officials are expecting over 31,000 students system wide. […]
The Moscow school threat suspect has been released from jail. 26 year old Michael Mastro of Moscow was released from the Latah County Jail earlier today after posting a reduced bond. Mastro’s bond was dropped from 20,000 dollars to 5,000 dollars during a hearing this morning in Latah County Magistrate […]
Pullman and Moscow Schools are celebrating National Bike to School Day tomorrow, as part of National Bike Month. National Bike Month, established in 1956, is described as a way to showcase the benefits of biking and to encourage more people to give it a try. Drivers are reminded to keep […]
Pullman Regional Hospital has just unveiled a Donor Recognition Display, acknowledging nearly 800 families, businesses and individuals in the new display celebrating lifetime giving in support of Pullman Regional Hospital. The display is a collaboration of a committee of Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation, volunteer Foundation Board member Sarah Druffel and […]
A student from Moscow High School is one of two Idaho high school students named as 2018 Presidential Scholars. Tia T. Vierling, of Moscow, earned the honor based on high academic achievements and involvement in school and community. Vierling will travel to Washington, D.C., on June 24th to receive her Presidential […]