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Homelessness often hidden in Whitman, Latah counties
While homelessness is a major problem in large West Coast cities, the issue seems to be far less prevalent in Pullman and Moscow. Local law enforcement officials will even tell you it's hidden.
Two Moscow residents hospitalized after rollover crash near Pullman
PULLMAN — Two Moscow residents were taken to Pullman Regional Hospital following a rollover crash at about 12:50 p.m. Thursday on U.S. Highway 195 near Pullman. According to Washington State Patrol, Eileen and Frederick Hall were driving south on the highway when their vehicle left the roadway. The
Rezone may have violated city code
At least one Pullman resident believes the Pullman City Council violated its own city code last month during the rezone of the new city hall, and her attorney is backing her. Citing city code, resident Jaime Brush and her attorney, Dave Bricklin, of Seattle, said the City Council unlawfully pushed t
Two injured in rollover accident
Two Moscow residents were transported to Pullman Regional Hospital following a rollover accident Thursday afternoon on U.S. Highway 195 near Pullman. According to Washington State Patrol, Eileen and Frederick Hall were driving southbound on the highway when their vehicle left the roadway.
New York Times story details how family of Tyler Hilinski has dealt with Washington State QB’s suicide
Since his older brother’s death 11 months ago, Ryan Hilinski has ascended national recruiting leaderboards, earned the distinction of being the country’s top high school pocket passer and collected dozens of scholarship offers from some of the top programs in college football.
Finding Serenity on the Palouse
Tucked between cul-de-sacs and neatly manicured lawns on Pullman's Pioneer Hill, Friends of Hospice has assembled a final home for those in their last days of life. With its doubled-garage doors and pale green siding, the small residential dwelling looks like any other from the outside.
Forward Arinze Chidom transfers from Washington State basketball program
PULLMAN — Redshirt sophomore forward Arinze Chidom won’t complete the rest of the 2018-19 season with the Washington State basketball team. Chidom announced late Thursday night in a Twitter post he intends to transfer from WSU, citing his desire to “find a new home to compete at and complete my educ
Washington State’s Mike Leach confident in Eastern Washington’s national title chances: ‘I think they’ll win it’
PULLMAN – Mike Leach saw a bright future for the Eastern Washington football team, even after the Cougars beat the Eagles in blowout fashion earlier this season. Better yet, the Washington State coach may have even forecasted their future.
Get Out and Do It: Your two-day forecast
Breakfast With Santa - 8 a.m., 1912 Center, 412 E. Third St., Moscow. Santa and Mrs. Claus will spread Christmas cheer. Santa will be available for children to sit on his lap and receive a special gift.
City Hall may no longer host district court
Whitman County District Court may not have a home at the new Pullman City Hall, located at the former Encounter Ministries property on Southeast Crestview Street. Since 1978, Whitman County District Court proceedings have been held in the current city hall's council chambers on Paradise Street, howe
Good Samaritan Society - Moscow Village recognized
U.S. News & World Report, a leader in rating and assessing different services across the country, identified Good Samaritan Society - Moscow Village as a high-performing facility in short-term care, a new category created by U.S. News this year.
Woman accusing UI football player of rape said ‘no’ multiple times
Details released in possible UI campus rape involving football player. The woman accusing a University of Idaho football player of raping her repeatedly told him “no” multiple times before being assaulted, according to court documents.
Santa to visit Military Hill tonight
The Pullman Lion's Club will be sending out Santa and his sleigh tonight to visit the city of Pullman, spread holiday cheer and hand out candy canes to children. Santa's sleigh will tour Military Hill starting at 5:30 p.m. A complete map of Santa's route can be found at dnews.com.
Suspect arrested after alleged assault in Whitman County
LACROSSE, Wash. - One man has been arrested after an assault involving a knife in Lacrosse. Whitman County Deputies responded to Crystal Avenue on Wednesday and found two neighbors having a verbal altercation in the street.
Casino Evacuated For Bomb Threat
LEWISTON, ID – The Clearwater River Casino was evacuated yesterday in response to a bomb threat. The casino received it through email around 10:00 am. Nez Perce Tribal Police, Clearwater River Casino Security, Nez Perce County Sheriff’s Department, and the FBI conducted a thorough search of the enti
Two people injured after rollover crash in Whitman County
WHITMAN COUNTY, Wash. - Two people were taken to the hospital after a rollover collision on Highway 195. Eileen Hall, 80, of Moscow, was driving south on the highway Thursday with 81-year-old passenger, Frederick Hall, also of Moscow.
Former Seahawk raises money for Pullman after school program
PULLMAN, WA-Monday night’s football game was a huge success for the Seahawk's and for one of their former players. Mack Strong is a former Seahawk fullback who is now on a mission to help students develop to be their best.
Suicide, Quarterbacks and the Hilinski Family
IRVINE, Calif. — Ryan Hilinski got the talk in March, two months after his older brother died. “You can walk away,” his parents, Mark and Kym, and eldest brother, Kelly, told him. Deep down, part of them would be relieved if he did. If he were younger, they would have forbidden him to play football
Her View: It is time for more holiday giving
This time of year, many of us are thinking about how we will allot our annual giving to various good causes we believe in. The choices are almost overwhelmingly numerous - so, how do we choose?
USA Today tabs Washington State right tackle Abraham Lucas as Freshman All-American
PULLMAN – One week after he was named to the All-Pac-12 Conference Second Team, Washington State redshirt freshman right tackle Abraham Lucas continues to rake in postseason recognition.