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Movie star visits Moscow store
Drew Barrymore plays an accidental zombie in Netflix's original horror-comedy series "Santa Clarita Diet," forced to chase after criminals so she can satiate her appetite for human flesh.But for a brief moment Tuesday afternoon, the script was flipped as a gaggle of fans pursued the popular actress
Dump truck collides with car, injures one
Moscow Police investigating the crashOne person was transported to Gritman Medical Center after a dump truck collided with a Subaru Legacy early Tuesday at the intersection of Adams and E streets.Moscow Police Department Capt. Will Krasselt said the 19-year-old man driving the Subaru suffered unknow
Brief: Man ejected from motorcycle, sent to Gritman with not life-threatening injuries
According to Moscow Police Department Capt. Will Krasselt, the motorcyclist was traveling east on 2600 block of White Avenue at speeds estimated at 60 mph or higher when he encountered a patrol car heading the opposite direction. Krasselt said the man saw the police car, hit his brakes and lost cont
Brief: Two-vehicle collision near state line sends multiple people to Gritman
A two-vehicle collision shortly before 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Warbonnet Drive and West Pullman Road intersection sent multiple people to Gritman Medical Center with injuries.Moscow Police Department Capt. Will Krasselt said he was unsure as of late Wednesday afternoon how many people were transport
Weekly plant clinic is set for Thursdays in Moscow
More information is available by contacting Ember Powell, office and program coordinator, at (208) 883-2267 email@example.com.
Letter: Proud of Moscow
We can all remember early on when it was apparent there was simply "too much of not enough." Too many people to help. Too many federal and corporate regulations to fight. Not enough time. Not enough money. Despite the long odds, our community banded together and made things happen. Local organizatio
Meghan Carranza to lead WSU Upward Bound programs in Okanogan County | WSU Insider | Washington State University
Carranza will oversee two Upward Bound projects. One program serves 50 students in Omak and Okanogan high schools, and a second program further north that serves 60 students in Oroville and Tonasket high schools. The program provides academic advising, college and career preparation, opportunities f
Fourth pot shop in Pullman may open next month
Kush 21, Pullman's newest pot shop, could be open for business as soon as July 1, the store's manager told the Daily News.Located just across Grand Avenue from Dissmore's IGA, Kush 21 will be the city's fourth marijuana retailer and the first not clustered on the 1300 block of Southeast Bishop Boule
City considers changes to major intersection
ITD, Moscow, property owner discuss addition of eastbound lane on side of Highway 95/8 intersection
Brief: Moscow man in critical condition after crash
According to an Idaho State Police media release, Wyatt Yager was traveling westbound on the highway in a gray 2008 Honda Civic when he entered the oncoming lane, overcorrected and left the right side of the roadway.
Sheriff: Man robs Clarkston Heights credit union, flees on bike
The credit union, located at 1451 15th St., was robbed by a male subject who threatened to detonate a bomb if the teller did not comply with demands, according to an Asotin County Sheriff’s Office news release. No weapons were displayed and no bomb was observed or located.
Kuna FFA goes to Moscow for state career development competitions
On June 5th, the Kuna FFA Chapter packed their bags, loaded into the bus, and drove to Moscow, Idaho for the annual State Career Development Events Competitions.The Kuna FFA Chapter made a small stop in Wallowa Lake, Oregon for some fun before the week started! The chapter then went on their way to
Nez Perce man sentenced to more than 13 years for shotgun assault | FOX 28 Spokane
A 25-year-old man from Lapwai, Idaho, was sentenced Tuesday to more than 13 years in prison for an assault that happened last year.
Rain continues to fall on the Palouse
Mark Turner, meteorologist at the National Weather Service's Spokane office, said the total precipitation for Pullman's first 17 days of June is 0.87 inches - 0.22 inches above the normal at this point in the month. Pullman's average temperature for June this year has been 57.6 - 0.3 above normal, h
Letter: Being a good neighbor
A while back, I purchased a nearby lot to prevent the typical "build a duplex/four-plex and then walk away for the responsibility of caring for the property" syndrome that is Pullman. A vacant lot lower to my lot is a forest of grass, weeds and shrubs that is owned by a prominent Pullman family. Now
Third Street corridor revamp underway
The Moscow City Council gave its blessing to several proposed improvements along the Third Street corridor Monday, although some of the work will depend on the Idaho Transportation Department.Three different projects are scheduled on Third Street this year.That includes the second phase of a roadway
Candidates spend big in race for Idaho governor
As expected, Idaho's 2018 gubernatorial primary was one for the financial record books, with the 10 Republican and Democratic contenders spending nearly $11 million in total over the course of the 2017-18 election cycle.
Video: Moose takes pre-dawn walk in Moscow
A moose took a tour of Moscow this morning, with video footage captured near the corner of Washington and C streets before dawn. (Darren Shoemaker video)
Anti-racism group blames local officials for eviction
The Fare Network, which helps FIFA and UEFA investigate cases of discriminatory behavior by fans, had planned to operate "diversity houses" in Moscow and St. Petersburg during the World Cup with exhibitions and talks on human rights.
A piece of Troy history for sale
The Hotel Rietmann building has been a fixture of Troy for 120 years.Diane Branting has owned the building on the corner of Main Street for 20 of those years, and now is looking to sell.The building, which was Troy's first brick structure according to a 2014 Daily News story by Latah County historia