Pullman City Council unanimously approved a resolution for a grant application that could convert the city’s streetlamps to LED tonight. The city currently budgets over $300,000 a year in street lighting costs, using High Pressure Sodium lights that offer the orange glow seen today. Pullman is eligible for the Relight […]
Four finalists for Pullman High School Principal have been named. They are Franklin Elementary School Principal in Pullman Bill Holman, Assistant Principal at Arlington High Erik Heinz, Assistant Principal at Trent Elementary in Spokane Stephanie Watson and Debra Hay the Principal Steilacoom High. The finalists will take part in a […]
Registration has opened for the annual Jess Ford Hardhat Classic Golf Tournament on Saturday July 30th, at the Palouse Ridge Golf Club in Pullman. The tournament benefits Washington State University’s Facilities Services Scholarship Fund. Participants can register for $135 online at www.hardhatclassic.wsu.edu/sign-up-now
Washington State University researchers are looking for volunteers to taste test hard cider. The training and panel sessions start Monday and run for two weeks. The sessions are from four to five 30. You must be at least 21 years old. Participants will receive a gift card from Ferdinand’s ice […]
Washington State University will be conducting crack seal work on some key campus streets for the rest of the month. Crews will be conducting the work on portions of Stadium Way, Cougar Way and North Fairway Road. There will be traffic restrictions during the work.
A 32 year old Spokane woman accused of trafficking methamphetamine locally is once again on the run. Crystal Parmer is charged with felony meth delivery in Whitman County Superior Court. Parmer was initially arrested in December during a routine traffic stop in Colfax when Whitman County Sheriff’s Deputies allegedly found […]
A new construction project is in the works at Washington State University. The Entomology Department has been quietly laying plans for a bee research facility for a number of years. Their efforts are going public this week as they kick off their campaign to raise private dollars for the project. […]
The University of Idaho has hired a new Vice President for Research and Economic Development. Doctor Janet Nelson will take over the post at the UI in September. Nelson comes to Moscow from Knoxville where she has been the Vice Chancellor of Research Development at the University of Tennessee. She […]
The Friends of the Neill Public Library will host a musical performance by children’s musician and Parent Choice Awardee, Eric Ode. Young attendees can enjoy the performance in the library’s Heritage Addition at 10:30 A.M. and 1:00 P.M. tomorrow. Admission is free and open to the public.
American Legion Post 52 and local Boy Scouts will retire over 100 flags at the Living Faith Fellowship Church tomorrow evening for the 100th anniversary of Flag day. Ceremony services are open to the public and begin at 7 P.M. at the Living Faith Fellowship Church ceremonial fire pit area […]