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Show a little lentil love at national event in Pullman

Do you consider the phrase “lentil culinary delights” an oxymoron? Give the devoted legume lovers of Pullman a chance to win you over starting Friday at the 22nd annual National …

Police team up to catch suspect

A suspected robber is in jail after Moscow and Pullman police worked together Saturday to apprehend him in connection with a gunpoint holdup earlier in the week.

Idaho avalanche victims from the Palouse identified

The Idaho County Sheriff’s Department has identified two snowmobilers from eastern Washington state who were killed in an avalanche near the Brundage Mountain ski area.

WSU eyed for hotel, convention center

A hotel and convention center could be built on the Washington State University campus in Pullman if negotiations between a California developer and the university are successful. WSU’s board of …

Avista plans to show off ‘smart grid’ in Pullman

Avista Corp. will lead a $38 million “smart grid” demonstration project in Pullman that will upgrade the electric distribution system to the city of 27,600 people. Smart grids make the …

Wal-Mart wants smaller Pullman store

Wal-Mart will cut 68,000 square feet from its planned south Pullman superstore, the retailer announced today. Bentonville, Arkansas-based Wal-Mart last year received approval for a 223,000-square-foot structure on Bishop Boulevard. …

Students study possible Spokane-Pullman-Moscow train

Students from Washington State University-Spokane and Eastern Washington University are studying a possible rail line linking Spokane, Pullman and Moscow, Idaho.

Shadle boys draw No. 1 Franklin

Shadle Park’s boys basketball team insisted on taking the hard road to state, and now the Highlanders are facing a hard road at state. The Highlanders (20-5), who lost to …

Pullman boys, girls advance

For one night the Palouse stretched all the way to Veradale. The Pullman Greyhounds swept a pair of games at Central Valley High to clinch the final two State 2A …

Rural shopping center closer

A proposed 714,000-square-foot shopping center in rural Whitman County has cleared two major hurdles, paving the way for a complex county officials envision as a regional draw. Boise-based developer Hawkins …

Cities won’t fight Time Warner

In an attempt to avoid a costly legal battle, Pullman and Moscow city officials say they won’t challenge a recent attempt by Time Warner NY Cable LLC to eradicate the …

Fast start for top Cougar

Two days after Elson Floyd took over as Washington State University’s president, he announced a shuffling of administrators in the office of student life. In the ensuing eight weeks, he’s …