Pullman sister city delegation to visit

March 22, 2017
Eight Junior High students and two chaperones from Pullman’s sister city – Kasai City, Japan – will arrive in Pullman Saturday. The ten visitors will stay with ten host families in Pullman. The main goal of the visit is to encourage students who have studied English to speak the language […]

Rugged Coug Race returns

March 22, 2017
The Second Annual Rugged Coug Race is Saturday, April 15 at WSU. The obstacle race is hosted by University Recreation and will include wall climbs, tire flips and cinder block carries. Registration for the event ends April 13. The race begins at the 10:15 a.m. at the WSU Outdoor Recreation […]

Murder Mystery on the Palouse fundraiser

March 22, 2017
To benefit the Whitman County Library, the Best Western Wheatland Inn in Colfax is presenting Murder Mystery on the Palouse. The fundraiser includes a 1920s prohibition theme with a scavenger hunt, catered dinner, a murder mystery and one night accommodations at the Best Western Wheatland Inn. All proceeds will benefit […]

Free therapeutic horsemanship classes for veterans begin next month

March 22, 2017
The Palouse Area Therapeutic Horsemanship is now enrolling veterans and armed service members in their free 8-week horsemanship course. Classes begin April 3 and run through May 22. Classes meet weekly on Mondays at 6 p.m. and end at 7 p.m. To participate call Sue Jacobson at (509) 335-7347, or […]

9th District Telephone Town Hall tomorrow

March 22, 2017
Ninth District Representatives Mary Dye and Joe Schmick are inviting residents to participate in a telephone town hall meeting tomorrow night at 6 p.m. Those who would like to participate need to call (509) 724-2970. Once connected, they can listen to the conversation and press star to ask their own […]

WSU golf course fully open for play

March 22, 2017
The golf course at Washington State University is fully open for play.  Palouse Ridge Golf Club has opened the front 9.  The back 9 opened earlier this week.   

Washington State AG in town Thursday to discuss suing the President

March 22, 2017
Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson will be in town Thursday to discuss suing the president.  Ferguson has been in the national spotlight recently with his lawsuits challenging President Donald Trump’s immigration orders.  He will be speaking at Noon Thursday in the Foley Speaker’s Room in Bryan Hall at Washington […]

WSU Athletics has a new Faculty Rep

March 22, 2017
For the first time this century Washington State University Athletics has a new faculty representative.  Director of WSU’s School of Hospitality Management Nancy Swanger has been named to the post by new President Kirk Schulz.  Swanger replaces longtime faculty rep and ag economics professor Ken Casavant who is retiring.  Casavant […]

WSU offering Ferdinand’s gift cards for wine tasting

March 22, 2017
Washington State University needs volunteers to taste wine.  Researchers need people to evaluate wine next week.  You have be at least 21, enjoy chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir and red wine blends.  You have to complete a pre-screening questionnaire to determine eligibility.  Volunteers that qualify must then sign up for […]
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