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Bow-wow! Scotties defeat ’Hounds

So, who’s the Big Dog now? The Class 1A Freeman Scotties ran around and through the visiting Class 2A Pullman Greyhounds Friday night, posting a 40-14 nonleague football victory that …


Expect another wacky year from Great Northern League teams

An outright league champion couldn’t be decided on the football field in the Great Northern League last year, resulting in a four-way tie for first in the seven-team league. Then …


Pullman apartment fire suspect ordered held

A man accused of starting the fire that burned down a Pullman apartment complex waived his bail hearing today in federal court and was held in custody pending further court …


Pullman arson suspect guided by voice, police say

The man accused of setting fire to an unfinished Pullman apartment complex may have been involved in as many as six other arson incidents dating to 2004, investigators said Tuesday. …


Pullman apartment fire suspect arrested for arson

Pullman police arrested a plumber-trainee Monday on suspicion that he torched four college apartment buildings under construction last week. Bryan Lee Kitchen, 31, faces felony charges of first-degree arson. Police …


Blaze torches Pullman housing

PULLMAN — Fire investigators Sunday pored over the ruins of four unoccupied apartment buildings demolished in what officials say was a suspicious blaze. The early-morning fire Sunday destroyed half of …


Pullman streets’ protection sought

Washington State University students believe that two brick streets in Pullman’s College Hill neighborhood are worth preserving and listing on the city’s new historic register. A group of students taking …


Pullman police seek 4 suspects in faculty member assault

Pullman police are looking for four college-age suspects in a beating that left a Washington State University faculty member hospitalized in critical condition. Detectives released photos Monday of three men …


Pullman wins first boys state basketball title

YAKIMA – Finally after two agonizing near-misses, the Pullman Greyhounds brought a state basketball championship trophy home Saturday night. The Greyhounds outlasted Anacortes, 44-39, at the Yakima Valley SunDome to …


Pullman boys reach State 2A boys title game

YAKIMA – Corey Langerveld needed an address book. Or a GPS. Google Maps. Something. Langerveld not only couldn’t find the zone – the cliche location that every elite athlete wants …


Pullman promotes historic preservation

Like most of the older cities in Washington, Pullman has its share of homes and commercial buildings with historic character. Yet Pullman has lagged behind other places in Washington in …


SEL offers Sandy discounts

Pullman’s Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Inc. is giving electric utilities and large customers struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy a 30 percent discount on new equipment. SEL, which designs and sells …


Carjacking suspect arrested in Pullman

A man struggled with a carjacker and was dragged across a parking lot late Saturday night before falling to the ground when the suspect hit a light pole.


Pullman fire called suspicious

A community building at an apartment complex in Pullman was destroyed by fire early this morning, the second such fire in a week.


Lynden locks down Greyhounds in State 2A boys hoops

YAKIMA – The Pullman Greyhounds were confident coming into the boys State 2A tournament that their defense could keep them in games. But Thursday in the SunDome, the offense faltered …


Pullman to install surveillance cameras

Pullman Police Department officials plan to augment surveillance of what they think are problem areas in the city. But they aren’t adding more patrols. They’re planning on installing cameras with …


EV ousts Pullman in shootout, advances to State 2A girls soccer semifinals

Timing really is everything. During the regular season, the Pullman Greyhounds found themselves on top of the Great Northern League standings, while the East Valley Knights finished second – losing …


Mt. Spokane finishes 4th at State 3A volleyball tournament

Mt. Spokane volleyball coach Dave Whitehead exited the locker rooms at Saint Martin’s University in Lacey, Wash., with the fourth-place trophy in hand and immediately let out a sigh. “We …


All three GSL 4A girls soccer teams qualify for state tournament

Greater Spokane League girls soccer teams showed their greatness Saturday in State 4A elimination games. Central Valley, Gonzaga Prep and Mead all won and advanced to the state playoffs.


Eagles fight back, beat Greyhounds in GNL volleyball thriller

Latasha Lofton had 18 digs and Courtney Wold added 18 assists, 13 digs and three aces as West Valley upset Pullman 13-25, 21-25, 25-19, 25-21, 15-18 in a Great Northern …


Fruit growers to donate $27 million to WSU

The state’s apple and pear growers have voted to donate $27 million over the next eight years to support tree fruit research at Washington State University, the largest single gift …


Pullman eyes ban on pot gardens

The Pullman City Council will vote next week on adopting a moratorium on medical marijuana community gardens. City Attorney Laura McAloon advised the council to take that action Tuesday, saying …


Pullman residents use buckets to fight fire

A smoldering cigarette is being blamed on a fire that damaged an apartment house in Pullman on Sunday.


Itron, Avista join in pilot test to demonstrate smart grid reliability

About 13,000 homes and businesses in Pullman are the guinea pigs in a smart grid project involving the Inland Northwest’s largest utility and the region’s largest energy technology manufacturer. The …


Former Pullman HS football coach Bill Peterson killed in crash

Bill Peterson, the former Pullman High School football coach who helped oversee the Greyhounds’ program during a prosperous six-year stretch, died Wednesday in a single-vehicle accident in western Washington. Peterson, …


Charges against Casto dropped

Former Washington State University starting forward DeAngelo Casto is in the clear after Whitman County District Court Judge Doug Robinson today suppressed evidence necessary to prove possession of marijuana charges …


Appeals court upholds vehicular homicide convictions

An appeals court on Tuesday upheld vehicular homicide convictions against Frederick Russell, who killed three Washington State University students and seriously injured three others in a drunken crash a decade …


Pot arrests disproportionately high in Pullman

Arrests for marijuana possession per 1,000 people in Pullman were nearly triple those of Spokane last year. And the arrest rate could increase this year in the college town; Pullman …


Blanchette: Doobious decision not high point

The beat goes on for Team Spliff. Washington State’s athletic department drew its line in the sand with the Pullman police Wednesday, and at the same time muddied its own …


Blanchette: Impaired judgment at WSU

Washington State’s athletic department drew its line in the sand with the Pullman police Wednesday, and at the same time muddied its own code of conduct.