A popular Snake River beach South of Colfax has now been closed until further notice. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in consultation with the Garfield County Health Department and Sheriff’s Office in Pomeroy have decided to keep Illia Dunes closed. The consensus decision from the entities is based on […]
The Moscow Annual Water Quality Report for 2019 is available now. The report has info on local water quality and explains possible risks from contaminants in your drinking water. A physical copy of the report has been mailed out to all customers. If you would like a digital copy, the […]
A survey from Washington State University(WSU) shows Americans are unsure about returning to normal living conditions. Dogan Gursoy a Taco Bell Distinguished Professor in the School of Hospitality Business Management at WSU, found that 65% of survey responders would not dine in at a restaurant as soon as restrictions are […]
This Summer’s Annual Johnson 4th of July Parade has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns. The parade normally draws a huge crowd to the small community South of Pullman.
UPDATE: All 3 workers have recovered and remain isolated. Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories in Pullman has had 3 employees contract coronavirus. SEL President Ed Schweitzer mentioned the cases in a letter that he wrote to the community this week. SEL Senior Communications Manager Kate Wilhite has clarified that 2 of the […]
A mental health episode has forced the Whitman County Prosecutor to drop his case against a former Washington State University student accused in a dangerous high speed Pullman car chase. 18-year-old Brissia Maria Valenciano-Ibarra was arrested following the pursuit during the early morning hours of Saturday April 25th. A WSU […]
The historic Pullman railroad sign at the Pullman Depot Heritage Center has been stolen. Someone stole the sign around April 24th. It was taken from underneath a passenger car where it was being stored. The sign is valued at about a thousand dollars. Anyone with information about the historic Pullman […]
The results are in from Idaho’s mail-in absentee primary election. Former local state representative and gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan won the Democratic primary for the U.S. Senate. Jordan will face Republican Senator Jim Risch this Fall. Moscow Democrat Staniela Nikolova lost her party’s nomination for the local congressional seat to […]
The Idaho Central Credit Union Arena at the University of Idaho is taking shape. The first 35-foot-tall wood column was set into place on Friday culminating nearly a year of site prep and concrete work. Over 400 tons of glulam beams and columns will be used in the 62,000 square […]
Today’s free community meal from Oak On Main in downtown Pullman is sherry chicken, rice and salad. The meals are available to anyone regardless of ability to pay. The Feeding Our Friends meal from Oak On Main is available today from 4:00 to 6:00.