The new AmeriCorps service project, Little Free Gardens, is coming to the Moscow community. Moscow’s Little Free Gardens, located near City Hall and the Downtown district, will be planted with herbs, fruits, and vegetables in the spring of 2020. This is an opportunity for the community to engage in volunteer […]
Michael Parrella, the University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences dean, will lead a discussion about the role and goals for Vandal Brand Meats tomorrow, December 11, starting at 5:30 p.m. at the Hunga Dunga Brewing Company in Moscow. This free event starts with a social at 5:30 […]
Pullman Regional Hospital has started introducing virtual reality to their toolbox of technology after a father used the technology to help his daughter get a flu shot. Two virtual reality headsets have been purchased for Palouse Pediatrics and one for the ER, with hopes this technology will help the patient […]
The Annual Christmas Concert from the Community Band of the Palouse is tonight Tuesday, December 10th. The free concert starts at 7:00 in the Gladish Community Center in Pullman.
The suspect from a domestic violence case in Troy faces several potential charges for allegedly trying to outrun law enforcement with a child inside his vehicle. The Latah County Sheriff’s Office reports that the incident began Monday afternoon around 4:00. Deputies responded to a domestic violence call in Troy. After […]
A woman was injured when she was hit by a car while walking in a crosswalk in downtown Pullman Monday afternoon. Pullman Police and fire units were called to the collision around 1:00. Officers say the 21-year-old woman was hit while crossing Paradise Street at Main Street. She was thrown […]
Potlatch Volunteer Firefighters responded to a shop fire Southeast of town on Monday afternoon. The Latah County Sheriff’s Office reports that the fire on Guernsey Cut-Off Road was called in about 3:00. Water tenders from the Bennett Lumber Company and Whitman County Fire District 4 out of Palouse also responded […]
The proposed new bus barn for the Pullman School District is estimated to cost about 7 million dollars. Officials are pursuing a cooperative facility to be used jointly with the Colfax, Palouse and Garfield School Districts. The plan calls for a State of Washington grant to cover 90% of the […]
Pullman Police are asking for the public’s help identifying a woman from a theft investigation at Pullman Building Supply. The theft occurred on October 12th. The woman appears to have tattoos or birthmarks on her right calf.
The Pullman Lions Club is once again bringing Santa and his sleigh to town. The Lions will be escorting Santa through Pullman’s neighborhoods this week starting tonight. Santa will visit College Hill tonight starting at 6:00. He will be on Pioneer Hill and the South side of Sunnyside Hill Tuesday […]