The Pullman Civic Theatre wants to bring back the old Audian downtown. The group has launched a campaign to remodel the historic movie theater into a performing arts centre for both live productions, concerts and movies. The Pullman Civic Theatre currently uses a small 75 seat theater on Nye Street […]
Washington State University has a new permanent Dean for the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture. Doctor Mary Rezac will take over the college in July. Rezac comes to Pullman from Kansas State University where she has been the Major Grant Initiatives Director in the College of Engineering. She will […]
The finalists for permanent Dean of the University of Idaho’s College of Graduate Studies have been announced. All the candidates are in-house. They are Mechanical Engineering Professor Doctor John Crepeau, Interim Dean Jerry McMurtry, College of Engineering Associate Dean Doctor Lee Ostrom and Director of the Center for Secure and […]
The Palouse’s largest private employer has announced another expansion. Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories based in Pullman has purchased the old ITT Tech building in the Spokane Valley. The 28,000 square foot building will be the new home for SEL’s Spokane operation. The company has been leasing space in the Spokane Industrial […]
The Logos High School Mock Trial team reclaimed the Idaho state title over the weekend. The Knights out of Moscow defeated rival Ambrose Academy in the finals. Logos now has 17 state titles and will compete in National Mock Trial later this Spring. The Knights lost in the state finals […]
Virginia Monk was named Genesee’s Distinguished Young Woman Saturday night. Monk will now compete in the Idaho State distinguished young woman scholarship program this Fall.
Mackenzie Akins won the Potlatch Distinguished Young Woman scholarship program Saturday night. Akins now advances to the Idaho state competition to be held this Fall.
The Palouse Police Department is investigating a major home burglary case. Someone stole numerous items from a residential garage on the North Hill early Thursday morning. Items stolen include a generator, chainsaws, power tools, TV’s, battery chargers and an air compressor. The Palouse PD is interested in viewing any personal […]
There will be a Zumba fundraiser Monday in Moscow to benefit the Light a Candle Fund at Gritman Medical Center. Zumbathon is from 6:30 to 8:00 at the Pitman Center at the University of Idaho. Cost is 10 dollars. Money raised benefits the fund which supports local cancer patients.
The finalists for Pullman’s 4th elementary school principal will be taking part in public meetings Monday. The hire will be the lead administrator at the new Kamiak Elementary set to be constructed on Military Hill. The finalists are Assistant Principal at Moscow Middle School Evan Hecker, Lincoln Middle School teacher […]