Public input sought on possible new Pullman bus stops

April 5, 2017
The Pullman Arts Commission is accepting public input on potential new designs for the city’s bus stops.  A group of Washington State University students have come up with possible new bus stops for Pullman.  Four of them are on display in Neill Public Library where the public can rank the […]

New Main Street shop opens this weekend in downtown Pullman

April 5, 2017
A new Main Street shop opens in downtown Pullman this weekend. Sam’s Apothecary is a health and wellness shop.  Its grand opening is Friday at 330 East Main Street. The store will feature essential oils and locally produced soaps, bulk herbs and teas, as well as offering educational opportunities for […]

Pullman City Councilman announces re-election bid

April 4, 2017
Pullman City Councilman Al Sorensen has announced that he is running for re-election.  Sorensen is currently serving in his second stint on council wrapping up a 4 year term.  The owner of Pioneer Insurance represents ward 1 on Pullman City Council which is primarily Sunnyside Hill.  Sorensen says it was […]

UI reorganizes enrollment management with new hire

April 3, 2017
The University of Idaho is reorganizing its enrollment management by filling a new position.  Bobbi Gerry has been hired as Assistant Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management.  Gerry has been the Executive Director of the International University Transfer Program at the University of New Hampshire.  She will begin her new […]

Pullman had its wettest March ever

April 3, 2017
Pullman had its wettest March on record.  The National Weather Service in Spokane reports that a record 5.14 inches of rain fell in Pullman last month.  Moscow had over 7 inches of rain which ranked 2nd for March behind the nearly 8 inches that fell 5 years ago.  Rosalia had […]

Tires slashed on Pullman’s College Hill

April 3, 2017
The rash of property crimes involving vehicles continued over the weekend this time on Pullman’s College Hill.  Pullman Police responded to a report Sunday morning that 4 cars parked on Indiana Street had slashed tires.  Someone slashed a tire on each vehicle.  Officers have no suspects or leads.  Anyone with […]

Spring plantings estimates shows big increases in canola acreage

April 3, 2017
Inland Northwest Farmers are big on canola this year.  The National Agricultural Statistics Service has released its forecast for spring plantings.  The prediction expects Idaho growers to plant 34,000 acres of canola this season up 62% from last year while Washington farmers should be putting about 50,000 acres of canola […]
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