The annual Palouse Basin Water Summit will be held virtually Thursday night. The two-hour program will feature a state of the basin report. The keynote address will be from an assistant producer of the new documentary Brave Blue World. You can watch the summit here https://www.facebook.com/Palouse-Basin-Water-Summit-110158693677002 The summit is 6:00 to […]
The City of Moscow’s snowplow fleet is ready for this weekend’s early season snowstorm. The National Weather Service is calling for up to 10 inches of snow on the Palouse on Friday and Friday night. In a post on the city’s Facebook page Moscow officials say their plows are ready […]
A Boeing executive has been appointed to the Washington State University Board of Regents. Jenette Ramos replaces longtime Regent Theodor Baseler whose most recent appointment began in 2009.
Washington State University is asking Cougar football fans to avoid coming to Pullman for this Fall’s home games. In a press release issued on Wednesday WSU asks fans to stay at home and watch Cougar football with members of their own household. Fans aren’t allowed at Pac-12 football games this […]
Two coronavirus deaths were reported in Whitman County on Wednesday. Whitman County Public Health reports that 2 males between 60 and 79 years old died from coronavirus. Nine people have died from coronavirus in Whitman County since the pandemic began. All of the local coronavirus deaths in Washington have occurred […]
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the mountains of Latah County. The National Weather Service is predicting 1 to 2 inches of snow above 4,000 feet today. High elevations could see up to 4 inches of snow. The advisory is from Noon today until 8:00 tonight.
Moscow Parks and Recreation Cherle Poulson has been recognized for the 2020 Outstanding Individual Award by the Idaho Parks and Recreation Association. Ms. Poulson has taught Tone and Stretch Fitness classes for Moscow parks and recreation since 1985 and was honored for having served as a long time passionate, caring […]
7 new cases of Coronavirus were confirmed in Latah County on October 20th. This brings the total number of Coronavirus cases in Latah County to 807 since the pandemic began. 410 people previously diagnosed with Coronavirus have fully recovered. No one has died from coronavirus in Latah County.
Palouse Pathways is hosting a virtual college preparation class for 9th and 10th grade families Wednesday, October 21st, 6 – 7:30 pm via Zoom. Your child will learn about college prepping, finding scholarships, and much more. Dr. Melanie Whetsine from Palouse Psychological Services will also speak on how students can […]
University of Idaho enrollment is down nearly 10% this Fall to just under 10,800 students. Most of the decrease in enrollment is from a drop in non-traditional high school students enrolled in dual-credit classes at the UI. University officials say they weren’t expecting the decline in dual-credit high school students. […]