The Moscow Chamber of Commerce is hosting a second round of forums featuring candidates running for city offices this Fall. This week’s virtual forums come after the chamber mistakenly failed to invite all of the candidates to their September forum. Candidates running for mayor will take part in a virtual […]
The City of Pullman has announced that two new businesses are coming to town. The announcements were included in the city planning department’s recent monthly newsletter. An Adam & Eve adult store will be opening inside the old Allegra office space on Whitman Avenue just off North Grand Avenue. The […]
Pullman City Council is considering spending over a 100,000 dollars a year on a new communications coordinator post. The proposal is a Pullman City Council adopted goal for this year. Councilmembers will consider the spending, creating the position and starting the hiring process during their meeting Tuesday night. According to […]
Washington State University has provided an update on vaccination mandate compliance rates at the institution. Governor Jay Inslee is requiring most state workers, including higher education employees, to be fully vaccinated or have an approved religious or medical exemption by October 18th. Preliminary compliance figures from WSU shows that 88% […]
The University of Idaho is hosting “Pandemics: Looking Back, Facing Forward” for this year’s Borah Symposium. The event is scheduled for Monday through Wednesday. A virtual panel discussion at 4 p.m. Monday will be moderated by award-winning author, journalist and speaker John-Manuel Andriote. Panelists include Jamie Aten, founder and executive […]
Idaho Fish and Game will be stocking fish in the Spring Valley Reservoir Monday through Friday. Around 3,500 fish will be stocked in the reservoir near Troy.
The University of Idaho launched the public phase of a philanthropic campaign specifically in support of students with $15.2 million in gifts from four families. The campaign, called “Brave. Bold. A Promise to Idaho’s Students,” focuses on funding three key priorities: scholarships, experiential and hands-on learning opportunities, and programming that […]
Monday is a holiday for some government entities for Columbus Day. Federal and Idaho State offices are closed on Monday. Mail will not be delivered. Latah County offices are also closed in observance of both Columbus Day and Indigenous Peoples Day.
Work to renovate the Whitman County Courthouse in Colfax begins on Monday. County offices in the building are temporarily relocated. The offices of Assessor, Auditor Treasurer and human resources are in the Warwick Building across the street from the courthouse. The offices of the Commissioners, Prosecutor, juvenile court and Superior […]
The expected cost for the long planned for new highway section South of Moscow has apparently increased almost 20% in recent months. The Idaho Transportation Department reported in March that the new safer section of U.S. Highway 95 was expected to cost about 60 million dollars. The agency issued a […]