The Pullman Community Council on Aging is looking for volunteers willing to assist local seniors with snow removal. The Senior Chore Service ensures that seniors have safe access into and out of their homes, especially when accessing Dial-A-Ride, the Senior Center, or Meals on Wheels delivery. Immediate areas that are […]
The Pullman Police Department is reminding residents that it’s illegal to leave trash and recycling roll carts in the street. The department is encouraging residents to shovel out a spot for the carts on the curb to keep roadways safe for drivers.
The City of Moscow is reminding residents that it’s dangerous and illegal to shovel or blow snow into the street. On Tuesday a snow pile in the street caused a Moscow snowplow to hit a parked car.
A local Washington State Representative has introduced a bill in response to the Pullman Fire Department being fined for its rescue effort during last Spring’s flash flood. The April flood sent water from Missouri Flat Creek flowing down North Grand Avenue trapping 22 people. Pullman Firefighters rescued the flood victims […]
Washington State University has reached a deal with local restaurateurs for a new eatery at the institution’s golf course. According to a WSU press release, the new restaurant at the Palouse Ridge Golf Club will be called Roundtop Public House. It will be operated by JW Links, LCC. Co-owners Jim […]
The 26-year-old Moscow man accused of raping an underage girl has quickly pleaded guilty as charged. Anthony Hatchell pleaded guilty Monday to a felony rape count during his initial arraignment in Latah County Second District Court. Hatchell pleaded guilty to rape involving a victim under the age of 16 when […]
Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson has decided the fate of a proposed “resort-style” student housing project involving the sale of public property. Council considered a request Tuesday night to rezone 26 acres in the Port of Whitman County’s Pullman Industrial Part West. The land must be rezoned from light industrial to […]
LaCrosse Schools are 1 hour late
Tapped Takeover, a fundraiser to support the Moscow Volunteer Fire Department, is tomorrow, January 15, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. at Tapped – Taphouse and Kitchen in Moscow. This event will raise funds for the MVFD team traveling to Seattle to race in the Firefighter Stairclimb. This is the largest […]
The U.S. News and World Report has recognized three online programs at Washington State University as some of the best in the nation. Among all undergraduate online degree programs, WSU’s Global Campus was ranked 23rd nationally. The Carson College of Business online MBA program was ranked 18th and the Voiland […]