There will be 2 local high school mock trial teams at the Idaho State championship this year. Both Logos and Moscow High Schools will be competing for the state title in Boise starting Wednesday. Logos has 17 state championships and holds the record for most appearances at nationals with 18. […]
Hiking, Birding and Fishing Backpacks are now available for checkout at the Whitman County library. The three outdoor themed backpacks, each loaded with gear and information were developed as a way to encourage outdoor activity. The Backpacks were donated by the Tom Bihn company and the project was made possible […]
The City of Pullman is asking residents and organizations to submit their ideas for goals for the city, throughout the Month of April. This year’s goal setting was scheduled to coincide with the greening of the Palouse. In past years, the process has taken place earlier in the Year, but […]
A Washington State University professor will be returning to the History Channel this week. Historian and English Professor Buddy Levy will appear on the network’s new documentary series “The Men Who Built America: Frontiersmen.” Levy is among expert interviews during the episodes that air this Wednesday and again on the […]
The Northern Lights may be out tonight. The Aurora Borealis forecast from the University of Alaska is predicting a highly active display for this evening. The forecast is calling for the Northern Lights to possibly be visible as far South as Boise.
The Malden man found guilty by a jury of trying to elude a Whitman County Sheriff’s Deputy has been sentenced. 26 year old Michael Canedy was sentenced to 20 days in jail Friday in Whitman County Superior Court for felony eluding. A jury found Canedy guilty on Monday during a […]
Three young ladies won local Distinguished Young Women scholarship programs Saturday night. Allyson LeForce won the Potlatch program. Tayma Vanek won the Colfax program. While Daphne Felsted was named Pullman’s Distinguished Young Woman. The winners will now advance to their respective state programs.
How drone flying can lead to a career is the subject of a two-day program from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 26th and 27th at the Best Western Plus University Inn in Moscow. The workshops are part of the University of Idaho’s new I-Drone program, which aims to provide […]
Whitman County Superior Court Judge Gary Libey and his wife, Trudy Libey, have donated $104, 000 to The Center in Colfax and the Friends of Whitman County Library. The Libeys’ surprise donation was announced at Thursday’s Picnic in Style event. In making their announcement, the Libeys said they wanted to […]
The Moscow woman accused of driving drunk and causing an injury crash on the Moscow Pullman Highway last Summer has pleaded not guilty. 29 year old Elizabeth Cramer was recently charged with 3 counts of felony vehicular assault along with drunk driving. She entered the not guilty pleas during […]