There will be at least one local primary on the Washington ballot this Summer. Recently graduated Washington State University student and current university employee Hailey Roemer of Pullman has filed for a local Washington State Representatives seat. The Republican is vying for the post held by Pomeroy Republican Mary Dye. […]
The Potlatch Veterans of Foreign Wars will be hosting a fundraiser breakfast Saturday morning. It’s from seven to ten at the VFW Post on Pine Street. Donations will be accepted. The breakfast is in honor of Armed Forces Day.
The Pullman Fire Department will be graduating its latest class from the recruit academy this weekend. The ceremony and badge pinning is Saturday at three o’clock at the WSU Brelsford Visitor Center downtown. The public is invited to attend.
The Garfield May Day celebration is Saturday. It all starts with the Boy Scout’s breakfast at six in the middle school followed by a fun run at seven 15. The main parade gets going at eleven o’clock before the Garfield Queen is crowned at Noon.
Two University of Idaho students from Nampa are presumed drowned from a car crash into the Salmon River in Central Idaho. The Lewiston Tribune reports that 20 year old Cayla Danenberg and 21 year old Tiffany Maupin were heading North in a sedan on US Highway 95 heading back to […]
A Troy man was injured in a motorcycle crash North of Kendrick Wednesday night. The Idaho State Police report the collision occurred about 6:30 on the State Highway 99 grade just North of town. 56 year old David Nowak was riding Northbound when he left the highway and hit a […]
Its official, the University of Idaho has joined the Big Sky Conference in football. The Idaho State Board of Education Wednesday morning approved the historic request from the Vandals. Idaho is now the first school in college football history to opt out of playing the nation’s top division. The Vandals […]
A historian will be in town discussing a Southwest Washington massacre and war. Jim Martine’s presentation is about the Centralia Massacre and Wobbly War. The Wobblies were a militant labor group whose members shot and killed several veterans on the first Armistice Day. The massacre was in Centralia in November […]
Pullman Regional Hospital will be hosting a public meeting Thursday morning about public safety. The topic is “See Something, Say Something” encouraging people to speak up about safety issues. A panel discussion will include representatives from the Pullman and Washington State University Police Departments along with the Emergency Coordinator from […]
The Regional Theatre of the Palouse will raise the curtain on its newest production Thursday night. The troop will be preforming a weekend run of “Tuesdays with Morrie”. The shows are Thursday night through Sunday night at 7:30 and matinees this weekend at 1:30. The RTOP Theatre is on Grand […]