Fire destroys an office at the airstrip in Dusty on SR26

March 26, 2018
An office at the airstrip in Dusty on State Route 26 was destroyed by fire over the weekend.  Whitman County Fire District 13 Volunteers based out of Onecho responded to the structure fire Saturday afternoon around 1:00.  District 8 Volunteers from Lacrosse were called in to assist.  No one was […]

Washington State AG to speak at WSU Tuesday morning

March 26, 2018
Washington State’s Attorney General will speaking in Pullman Tuesday morning.  Bob Ferguson will be discussing his lawsuit against the Trump Administration regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.  Ferguson’s presentation is part of the Foley Institute’s Coffee and Politics series at Washington State University.  He will be speaking at […]

Pullman Civic Theatre Launches Fundraising Campaign

March 23, 2018
Pullman Civic Theatre is launching a fundraising drive to complete remodeling of their building to bring the theatre up to ADA Standards as well as improving the seating area, to give audiences a better experience. The lobby was remodeled in 2017, thanks to a generous gift from a private donor. […]

Coffee with a Cop Monday morning at U of I

March 23, 2018
There will be Coffee with a Cop Monday from 7 – 8 am at Jim Lyle Alumni Lounge in the Hays Building at the University of Idaho. They will be providing coffee and light refreshments. The University of Idaho Alumni Association is hosting the event.

Pullman Rotary seeks Community Grant applications

March 23, 2018
The Rotary Club of Pullman is seeking grant applications for community enhancement projects. Local charitable organizations, schools, city government and individuals can apply for up to $1,500 in grant funding, from the Irving M. Field Project for Community Enhancement. Applications may be downloaded from the club website, pullmanrotary.org Select “2018 […]

WSDOT extends snow tire removal until April 15

March 23, 2018
The Washington State Department of transportation has expended the deadline to remove studded tires until April 15th. The decision was based on long-range forecasts that show the potential for some “significant” weather, including snow that could affect cross-state travel. Studs will need to be removed by 11:59 pm on April […]

Murrow Symposium on Monday and Tuesday

March 23, 2018
The 43rd Annual Murrow Symposium, honoring journalist Robert Siegel of NPR’s All Things Considered will be taking place on Monday and Tuesday at the CUB. The event brings prominent journalists and media figures from all over the country to the WSU campus to discuss contemporary issues facing the communications professions. […]

Fatt Jazz to play at WSU School of Music on Tuesday

March 23, 2018
Fatt Jazz, featuring Brad Ard and special guest Dan Smith, will be performing at Kimbrough Music Building, Room 101 on Tuesday at 7:00 pm. The concert features jazz guitarist Brad Ard, percussionist Mindy Ard, electric bassist Dave Snider and special guest jazz drummer Dan Smith. Ard and Snider have new arrangements […]
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