College Hill Beat Officer Shane Emerson receives more honors from WSU

April 13, 2017
The Pullman Police Department’s College Hill Beat Officer has received another honor from Washington State University.  The Daily Evergreen reports that the ASWSU Student Senators passed a resolution honoring Officer Shane Emerson Wednesday night.  Officer Emerson is nearing the end of his 4 year term on the College Hill Beat.  […]

Eastern Latah County under a Flood Watch

April 13, 2017
Eastern Latah County is under a Flood Watch.  The National Weather Service out of Spokane has issued the watch until late tonight.  The forecast is calling for lighter showers today and possible thunderstorms this afternoon that could produce up to a quarter inch of rain.  The expected rains could cause […]

Aspiring entrepreneurs to pitch their ideas in Pullman Thursday

April 12, 2017
New business ideas will be showcased Thursday afternoon in Pullman.  The Palouse Knowledge Corridor’s Business Showcase event for aspiring entrepreneurs runs from 2:00 to 5:00.  It gives entrepreneurs from around the Palouse a chance to pitch their ideas to possible investors, business owners and the community.  The event is at […]

Beer Choir returns to Moscow Thursday night

April 12, 2017
Beer Choir returns to the Hunga Dunga Brewing Company in Moscow Thursday night.  The pub-singing is free and open to the public.  The singing starts at 8:00.  If you want to practice ahead of time to help sing responsibly you can find the Beer Choir hymnal at beerchoir.org.   Save

No blasting today along Stadium Way in Pullman

April 12, 2017
The rock blasting set for today at the Starbucks construction site in North Pullman has been pushed back to tomorrow. Crews are now expected to blast at 10:00 tomorrow morning and at 2:00 in the afternoon. Stadium Way from Grand Avenue to Valley Road will be shut down for about […]
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