The annual Pullman Child Welfare Coats For Kids drive is underway. New or gently used coats are being collected until December 15th. Coats can be donated in Pullman at Dissmore’s, Washington Trust Bank, Columbia Bank, Walmart, 4-Star Supply, Pullman Building Supply and Umpqua Bank. The coats are distributed on Saturday […]
The positivity rate for coronavirus testing at Pullman Regional Hospital is holding steady around 8%. 37 tests came back positive during the two-week period ending on Tuesday.
The Latah County Sheriff’s Office will be taking part in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day this weekend. Deputies will be collecting unwanted and expired prescriptions for proper disposal from 10:00 to 2:00 on Saturday. They will be at Harvest Foods in Potlatch, the Genesee Food Center and the Troy […]
Some parking lots will be closed, and others will not be plowed this Fall and Winter at Washington State University. The move is the result of budget cuts and the reduced need for parking on campus during the pandemic. Five gravel lots will be closed this Fall and Winter and […]
A coronavirus death was reported in Whitman County on Thursday. Whitman County Public Health reports that a female over 80 years old died from coronavirus. There have been 10 coronavirus deaths in Whitman County since the start of the pandemic. All of the local coronavirus deaths in Washington have been […]
The Latah County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the theft of a calf which was found gutted near Bovill. Deputies responded to the report near Moose Creek Road Sunday. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the Latah County Sheriff’s Office at 208-882-2216.
A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for the Palouse for Friday. The National Weather Service is calling for an early season winter storm that could bring up to 6 inches on the Palouse. The snow is expected Friday afternoon into Friday night.
14 new cases of Coronavirus were confirmed in Latah County on October 21st. This brings the total number of Coronavirus cases in Latah County to 821 since the pandemic began. 442 people previously diagnosed with Coronavirus have fully recovered. No one has died from coronavirus in Latah County.
City of Moscow Fire Officials has announced the 2020 fall burning season starts October 22nd and extends till November 1st. Open burning of garden waste, tree trimmings, and brush in city limits is allowed only if specific safety codes are met. A written permit is not required for burning. A […]
The Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests are burning slash this Fall in Latah County. Fire managers are conducting slash burns near Harvard. Small burn piles will also be conducted this Fall at the Potlatch Ranger Station, and the White Pine, Laird Park and Little Boulder Campgrounds. The forest service is advising […]