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Monday Closures For 4th Of July

All government offices are closed on Monday for the 4th of July. There is no mail on Monday. Banks are closed. Pullman Transit will be running a reduced bus route service and free shuttles to and from Sunnyside Park for the community celebration. Trash will not be picked up on Monday.
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“Boutique” Hotel McCoy Opens In Pullman Thursday

Pullman’s newest hotel opens on Thursday. Hotel McCoy is a boutique locally focused art hotel in downtown Pullman. A multi-million dollar renovation transformed the old State Inn on Paradise Street into the new offering. Hotel McCoy includes a bar featuring local beer and wine along with pieces from local artists.
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4th Of July Parade Returns To Moscow This Year

A 4th of July Parade is returning to Moscow this year. The Latah County 4th of July Parade will be held downtown on Main Street on Monday morning at 10:00. It will be followed by a car and tractor show. Organizers say this is Moscow’s first 4th of July Parade since 2000. You can learn more here

Washington abortion providers say influx of out-of-state patients is already here

Abortion providers in Washington say an influx of patients from states that already have – or will soon – ban most abortions has started. In the wake of the US Supreme Court’s ruling overturning the Constitutional right to abortion, many states, including Idaho, are moving to criminalize most the procedure. Some restrictive laws are already in effect, with bans on the vast majority of abortions going into effect over the next several months.

4th Of July Celebrations

There are several 4th of July celebrations on the Palouse. It starts Monday morning with the Johnson Parade at 10:00 in the small town South of Pullman. Whitman County Fire District 12 Volunteers will be hosting a BBQ fundraiser after the parade at the fire hall in Johnson. The Latah...

MAMBA invites volunteers to Moscow Mountain Trail Build

The Moscow Area Mountain Bike Association invites people to join their crew for an inaugural trail build on Moscow Mountain’s First permanent access trail, this Saturday July 2nd at 9:30 pm. Participants will meet at Mountain View park, then carpool to Idler’s Rest Nature Preserve. Digging will start at...
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Woman who may have been oldest person in Idaho dies at 109

A woman who loved root beer, high heels, having her hair and nails done and who may have been the oldest living person in Idaho, died Saturday at the age of 109. Tasha Carper, of Lewiston, Dielman’s granddaughter, said Dielman, who was living at Royal Plaza, tested positive for COVID-19 on June 13. Carper said Dielman apparently recovered and was released from quarantine Friday but before she and her sister, Debbie McLean, could get permission to visit her, Dielman died.

Top 10 WSU players for 2022: Lincoln Victor at No. 8

A WHIRLWIND COUPLE years has finally settled for Washington State wide receiver Lincoln Victor. After betting on himself and walking on at WSU as a transfer from Hawaii, Victor was put on scholarship in January and projects to be one of WSU's two starting inside receivers this season. He checks in at No. 8 on’s list of the top 10 Cougars for the 2022 season.

Today Expected To Be Last Day For Chip Seal Work On SR26 West Of Colfax

The Washington State Department of Transportation is expecting today to be the last day for chip seal work on State Route 26. Crews are scheduled to wrap up the project West of Colfax. Today’s construction zone is between milepost 106 and 112 near Willow Creek. Motorists can expect delays until 7:30.

Fireworks in Support of LC Valley Loggers College Football

The Lewis-Clark Valley Loggers became an NCAA Division III affiliated football program in 2017. The team is completely made up of students from Lewis-Clark State College, and the program can operate like this due to the fact that there aren't any Division III football schools in the state of Idaho.

Victims of deadly pursuit and crash in Lewiston last week identified

The two victims of a fatal crash in Lewiston last week have been identified. According to Lewiston Police, the driver, 37-year-old Nathan Lamere, and 38-year-old Simone Miller, both of Lewiston, were found dead at the scene of a crash at about 12:40 a.m. last Thursday on the 1400 block of Idaho Street.

Moscow Police Department Daily Activity Log: Tuesday, June 28, 2022

MOSCOW - Below is the Moscow Police Department daily activity log for Tuesday, June 28, 2022. Construction sign blocking view of traffic. Officer responded. No report. Officers responded. No report. -------------------------------------------- 22-M05199 Abandoned Vehicle. Incident Address : 300 BLK S VAN BUREN ST. MOSCOW ID 83843. Disposition : CLO. Time...

Parking rules changing in Clarkston

Clarkston officials are in the process of tightening the parking rules for boats and recreational vehicles camped out on public streets. A special city council meeting is slated for 7:15 p.m. Thursday for the second reading of an ordinance that restricts RV and boat parking to 24 hours on public right-of-way, unless the vehicle or vessel is sitting in front of the owner’s property.

City of Moscow hosts Entertainment in the Park this Thursday

The City of Moscow and the Latah County Library District announced the artist line-up for Entertainment in the Park will be held at Moscow’s East City Park on June 30th at 6:00 pm. This annual event features children’s entertainment at 6:00 pm, including a storytime with the Moscow Public...
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Wildlife of the Week: House Sparrow

The House Sparrow is a small songbird found across the globe, present on all continents except for Antarctica. This species has been introduced in all locations outside of its native range in Europe and is known for its detrimental impacts on the ecosystems it has been introduced to, such as their impact on competing nesting areas according to the Cornell Chronicle.

Pullman’s Population Returns To Pre-Pandemic Levels

Pullman’s population has bounced back to pre-pandemic levels. The State of Washington’s Office of Financial Management has released its April 1st population estimates. Pullman’s population is estimated at about 33,000 people. That’s up over 10% from 2021 when Washington State University was still conducting class online.
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Bite of the Palouse: Malō Cuisine is a refreshing summer treat

So far Pullman weather is right up my alley, warm without being scorching hot, with just the right amount of breeze. But I know from experience that burning hot days are close ahead, and just like me, everyone needs the right dish to go along with the sun. Malō Cuisine...