The 8th annual Kids’ Science and Engineering Day at Washington State University is Saturday. There will be several science demonstrations and activities for kids ages kindergarten through 5th grade. The science day is hosted by the WSU Society of Women Engineers. It’s from 10:00 to 1:00 in Sloan Hall. Online […]
There will be planetarium shows at Washington State University this weekend. The show will highlight the search for other earths and planets in the Milky Way. The planetarium shows run Friday night at 7:00 and Sunday at 5:00. Cost is 5 dollars with kids 6 and under getting in free. […]
Genesee’s Distinguished Young Woman scholarship program will be held Saturday night. Seven young ladies will compete for the title and scholarships. It starts at 7:00 at the high school. Cost is 10 dollars.
The School of Hospitality Business Management at Washington State University will be celebrating its 85th anniversary Friday. The celebration will include the induction of the school’s inaugural hall of fame class. The inductees include former owner of the Nugget Hotel-Casino in Sparks Nevada John Ascuaga. Retired President of Westin Hotels […]
The Washington Idaho symphony’s 45th anniversary sapphire season continues tomorrow night. The concert will feature clarinetist Shawn Copeland. It’s at seven 30 at Pullman high school. Tickets are 25 dollars.
The premiere social event of the year on the Palouse is coming up this weekend. The 39th Annual Pullman Chamber of Commerce Cabaret fundraiser will be held Saturday night. The event includes dinner, dancing and both silent and verbal auctions. This year’s theme is “An Evening in Wonderland”. Money raised […]
The Potlatch Distinguished Young Woman scholarship program will be held Saturday night. Seven young ladies will be competing for the title and thousands of dollars in scholarships. The winner will advance to the Idaho State Distinguished Young Woman program this Fall. The program is Saturday night at 6:00 at Potlatch […]
The Moscow Volunteer Fire Department has named a new EMS chief. Debby Carscallen has been picked for the post to replace Dave Reynolds who is retiring as Division Chief of EMS in June. Carscallen has been a volunteer with the department for 15 years serving as a captain, firefighter and […]
Concerned parents spoke to the Pullman School Board at their meeting this evening about two teachers on administrative leave, but legally, the Board cannot respond. Fifth-grade Jefferson Elementary School teacher and Pullman Education Association President Michael Church has been on paid administrative leave for nearly three months now… and the […]
Eight Junior High students and two chaperones from Pullman’s sister city – Kasai City, Japan – will arrive in Pullman Saturday. The ten visitors will stay with ten host families in Pullman. The main goal of the visit is to encourage students who have studied English to speak the language […]