Construction work on a new apartment complex for low-income and homeless residents in Pullman is set to begin this month. Read more
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Monday, October 14, 2019
Several hundred people of all ages took advantage of clear skies Saturday to press apples, examine pond critters and take a horse-drawn wagon ride at the annual Phillips Farm Fall Festival at Virgil Phillips Farm Park north of Moscow.
Saturday, October 12, 2019
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The image and story of Christopher Columbus, the 15th-century navigator who began European incursions into the Americas, have changed in the U.S. over the decades.
Folks driving to Pullman are being welcomed by a massive display of Cougar pride courtesy of a local farmer, a regional business and an expert artist. Using straw, composted soil from Washington State University and alfalfa hay, a team of six people have carved a mural displaying in giant letters “Go Cougs,” as well as the image of Butch T. Cougar holding a WSU flag, on the side of a hill overlooking the intersection of U.S. Highway 195 and State Route 270, which is west of Pullman.
Friday, October 11, 2019
After putting in millions of dollars and removing millions of cubic yards of earth, the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport on Thursday celebrated the opening of its new and bigger runway. Hundreds braved the frigid temperature to gather at the airport for a ceremony that included guest speakers and a ribbon cutting on the new 7,100-foot runway. It also marked the final day of the airport’s monthlong closure.
Moscow volunteer firefighter Mariah Young signs a Thin Red Line memorial flag for Farmington, Maine, fire Capt. Michael Ball on Thursday at Fire Station 3 in Moscow. Bell died Sept. 16 in a propane gas explosion. The flag is being signed by firefighters across the country until it reaches the Farmington Fire Department. The flag started its journey in Colfax, and will travel to Lewiston next.