Neill Public Library will host historian John Anderson to discuss the history of the library on Thursday night. The library was founded in 1922, Anderson will discuss his recent article “The Little Library that Could.” The free event begins at 6 p.m.
Neill Public Library will have board games and pizza for teens ages 12-17 Thursday from 4 to 5:30 p.m. The event will include door prizes for each attendee and a chance to win prizes worth more than $25. The program is free and open to the public.
Officers at the Pullman Police Department and Washington State Patrol Troopers will read to kids and answer questions Thursday morning at Neill Public Library. The guest reader program in the library’s Heritage Addition room begins at 10:30 a.m. Pre-registration is not required and the event is free and open to […]
WSU Researchers in the Neuropsychology, Memory and Aging lab are looking for adults to participate in a study on health, cognition and personality. Participants will receive a $30 stipend as compensation. Eligible participants will need to be available for a 3-hour cognitive testing session and be able to speak fluent […]
The Logos School in Moscow’s summer theater production debuts Thursday night. The two-act comedy “Over the Moon” is set in prohibition-era New York. Logos has had a summer theater production for the past 19 years as part of the school’s annual teacher training. Over 160 people from all over the […]
A 21 year old Moscow man is in jail for allegedly injuring 6 people during a domestic violence incident at the transitional housing apartments in Moscow. The disturbance began Monday night around 6:00 when Moscow Police responded to a fight call at Sojourner’s Alliance on Van Buren Street. According to […]
Tuition is getting more expensive at Washington State University for the first time in 3 years. The regents unanimously approved at 2.2% tuition hike during a special meeting Wednesday morning. That raises annual in-state undergraduate tuition by about 200 dollars to over 9,500 dollars starting in the Fall. The tuition […]
The 35th annual Rendezvous in the Park music festival in Moscow gets underway Thursday night. Opening night includes the local country music group Shiloh and The Young Guns. Friday night’s concerts include the Joseph Hein Band. Rendezvous wraps up Saturday night with Paul Thorn headlining. The concerts start at 5:30 […]
Traffic delays in downtown Pullman could reach 20 minutes today and tomorrow as crews pave Main Street. Those potential lengthy delays will be for drivers trying to get onto or across Main from side streets. At least one lane of Main will be open at all times. Paving on Main […]
The City of Pullman’s Concerts in the Park series gets underway tonight. Award winning singer and songwriter Hilary Scott will perform in Reaney Park. The concert runs from 6:00 to 7:30. Heros N Sports will be on hand serving food from 5:00 to 7:00.