The Washington State University Regents are continuing to support Systemwide President Kirk Schulz after hundreds of faculty called for him and the board to be replaced last week. The statement from 207 faculty members outlined several areas of concern in calling for a complete leadership change at WSU. The regents […]
A 38-year-old Lewiston man has pleaded guilty to burglarizing a tool trailer owned by Whitman County. Kevin Brotherton pleaded guilty to misdemeanor theft and vandalism in Whitman County Superior Court on Friday morning. Judge Gary Libey sentenced Brotherton to two years probation and ordered him to pay 230 dollars in […]
The Idaho Foodbank will be holding their Community Food Distribution on Monday. The distributions provide a variety of fresh produce, frozen meats, dairy, and dry goods to help meet family’s needs. The food is free with minimal documentation or eligibility requirements. Distribution will be at the Latah County Fairgrounds in […]
The City of Moscow is seeking nominations for the 2024 Mayor’s Earth Day awards. Since 2006, these awards have recognized Moscow residents for sustainable practices that foster environmental sustainability. Potential award categories include: –Individuals –Businesses –Students/Schools –Non-profit –Service Organizations –Government –Building/Development –Green Visionaries (long-range environmental objectives) –Green Neighbors (from nearby […]
A new ranking from an online publication lists Pullman and Moscow as among the nation’s best college towns. Rent Café has released its top 20 college towns in America list for 2024. Pullman is ranked second and Moscow is ranked sixth.
A 23 year old Colfax man has pleaded guilty to a felony for firing a handgun at a College Hill apartment complex in Pullman. Frank Benavente pleaded guilty to 3rd degree assault in Whitman County Superior Court on Friday morning. Benavente was sentenced to a month in jail, placed on […]
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for the higher elevations of Latah County. The watch runs from late Saturday night until Monday afternoon. Up to 16 inches of snow is possible above 3,000 feet with potential wind gusts up to 45 MPH. Strong winds are in […]
The final vote-by-mail ballots from this month’s special Washington election involving several local school levies have been counted. All of the school levies in Whitman County passed easily. The Pullman School District’s operations levy passed with 74% of the vote while the tech levy passed with nearly 80% approval. Voter […]
The Endicott Library will host a virtual reality showcase tomorrow. All adults and teens ages 13+ are invited to take part in a variety of virtual reality experiences. The event is tomorrow from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Endicott Library.
The Kenworthy Performing Arts Center in Moscow will host a free showing of “The Emperors New Groove” at 3 p.m. Saturday, sponsored by Innovia Foundation. Doors open at 2:30 p.m. and entry is free including a free small popcorn and ice cream. Anyone who attends is invited to submit photos […]