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Candidates discuss plans for education opportunities

SANG JUNG, Evergreen reporter

October 24, 2017

Pullman School District director candidates, incumbent Dean Kinzer and challenger Amanda Tanner, have different ideas about how to meet their similar goals of maintaining and improving K-12 education in District 5. Tanner said her motive for running for the upcoming election is to get more involved...

Pullman residents to vote on ‘Parks and Paths’ Bond

Pullman residents to vote on 'Parks and Paths' Bond

IAN SMAY, Evergreen reporter

October 19, 2017

Pullman voters will decide on a replacement bond to improve city parks and pathways when they fill out their ballots. The League of Women Voter’s Pullman chapter held an open house Monday night at Encounter Ministries, which is the location of the other City of Pullman bond, Proposition No. 1. In an unusual move, the nonpartisan group endorsed the bond for ...

City Council candidates hope to improve community

Brandon Chapman, left, is running against incumbent Jeff Hawbaker for his City Council seat. Chapman is the director of marketing and communication in the WSU College of Education, and Hawbaker is a development manager for Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories.

SANG JUNG and LINH NGUYEN

October 12, 2017

Candidates for City Council Jeff Hawbaker and Brandon Chapman said their biggest priorities for Pullman this year were improving the airport, solving transportation issues and improving the Pullman community. Incumbent Jeff Hawbaker is a development manager for Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories...

Candidates hope to improve WSU, Pullman relationships

LINH NGUYEN, Evergreen reporter

October 10, 2017

While the Pullman City Council candidates come from different backgrounds, they both hope to improve interactions between the Pullman residential communities and the student body at WSU. Incumbent Al Sorensen is a property and casualty independent insurance agent at Pioneer Insurance. He also works...

Candidates say infrastructure top priority

City Council candidates Dan Records (left), Garren Shannon (right) discuss their plans for Pullman if they are elected in November.

SANG JUNG, Evergreen Reporter

October 10, 2017

Candidates for Pullman City Council position Ward 2 said that if elected, they both plan to increase community engagement and invest in infrastructure. Garren Shannon, who works as an information systems director at the Pullman School District, said his highest priority is continuing the Pullman 2040...

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