Today’s State Route 270 highway construction work through Pullman will be focused on Main Street downtown. Crews will continue grinding Main in preparation for the repaving work.
The former Washington State University employee accused of conducting one of the largest local property crime sprees in recent memory has been extradited back to Whitman County. 46 year old Jerry Glass is accused of burglarizing nearly a dozen storage units on the Palouse last Summer. The Whitman County […]
The University of Idaho Arboretum and Botanical Garden will host a free concert Monday night. The performance titled “Summer Breezes and Sweet Sounds,” will feature local artists with several soloist acts. The outdoor concert will begin at 7 p.m. Monday night and will be cancelled in the event of rain, […]
A new highway construction project begins Monday just East of Moscow on State Highway 8. The Idaho Transportation Department is constructing left and right turn lanes on the highway at Mill Road near the Elks Golf Course. The highway will be widened at the site a half a mile East […]
One of the 3 Pullman primary races has essentially been decided weeks before the August 1st election. Pullman City Council candidate Hannah Krauss has withdrawn from the race for the seat held by Al Sorensen. Krauss announced her decision on her campaign Facebook page Thursday. She is endorsing former fellow […]
Troy Old Timers’ Day is Saturday. Events include a fun run at 8:00 and a parade at 10:00. Save
Veterinarians at the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine have issued a hot pavement advisory for this week. The advisory is to remind pet owners that with temperatures nearing the 100’s, asphalt and other pavement surfaces can soar to temps above 140 degrees. The best test to determine if a surface […]
The Palouse Lions Club will celebrate their 50th anniversary with an Ice Cream Social this Sunday in Palouse. Burgers, pie and ice cream will be available from noon to 3:30 p.m. at the Palouse Park. The event is open to the public.
Pullman Fire will host an open house at Station 2 this Saturday. The newly renovated station on Terre View and North Grand will open from 10 am to 2 pm to the public. The department will have equipment on hand to demonstrate, visitors will also have the opportunity to take […]
Washington growers are big on canola this year. New numbers from the National Agricultural Statistics Service shows that 60,000 acres of canola is in the ground in the Evergreen State. That’s nearly double last year’s acreage. Idaho growers like the crop as well as 25,000 acres of canola have been […]