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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The cost of the new electric bus would includ a GPS system, video surveillance,
radio and more.

City Council approves grant application for electric bus

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor November 30, 2022

The Pullman City Council approved a motion Tuesday night allowing Pullman Transit to apply for a grant, which would provide funding for Pullman Transit to purchase a new electric bus. The bus would...

Pullman City Council will reconvene on Monday to decide whether or not to approve the proposal.

City Council may reject nearly $2 million tourism proposal

GABRIELLE BOWMAN, Evergreen news co-editor November 2, 2022

Pullman City Council considered rejecting a nearly $2 million tourism proposal during the council’s budget meeting Tuesday night. The Pullman Chamber of Commerce submitted the proposal, requesting...

Councilmembers implied they would support the new Pullman Transit fare policy in their meeting at 7 p.m. on Aug. 23.

Pullman Transit proposes new policy for young residents

NICK GIBSON, Evergreen roots editor August 24, 2022

Pullman Transit announced it would like to institute an official fare policy that would allow riders under the age of 18 to use public transportation for free in order to qualify for a state grant of nearly...

The City of Pullman may enforce a stronger blight code downtown.

City Council considers bus route changes, approves tourism plan

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor July 21, 2022

Pullman City Council approved the final draft of a Pullman Strategic Tourism Plan and heard proposals for new transit routes on Tuesday night.  Bus Routes Pullman Transit Manager Wayne Thompson...

Pullman Police Chief gives lifesaving awards to citizen, Moscow officer

Pullman Police Chief gives lifesaving awards to citizen, Moscow officer

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter April 27, 2022

Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins presented lifesaving awards to a citizen and Moscow officer at Tuesday night’s Pullman City Council meeting.  Kevin Armentrout was awarded for helping save an individual...

City Councilor Nathan Weller said mental health care is his number one priority going into the 2024 legislative session.

Public Works Department receives $750,000 to make streets safer

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter March 30, 2022

Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson presented a $750,000 award from Complete Streets to Public Works Director Shawn Kohtz during Tuesday night’s city council meeting. The money will go toward making streets...

The American Legion presents an award to five police officers for their heroism during Septembers College Hill shooting at the Pullman City Coucil meeting on March 29.

Law enforcement, firefighters receive American Legion awards

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter March 30, 2022

Jerry Coker and Ted Weatherly, Pullman Police Department commander and adjutant, presented American Legion Awards honoring first responders at the Pullman City Council meeting Tuesday night. Whitcom...

City council members discuss fiber construction complaints during a meeting at Pullman City Hall, March 2.

Pullman city council hears financial and Ziply Fiber updates

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter March 2, 2022

Tom Murn, Ziply Fiber engineering manager, updated the Pullman City Council at their Tuesday night meeting about their response to complaints made regarding the Ziply Fiber project that started in...

City Council reviews public librarys annual report, hears aquifer update

City Council reviews public library’s annual report, hears aquifer update

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter February 16, 2022

Joanna Bailey, Neill Public Library director, presented the 2020 annual report at the City Council meeting Tuesday night.  The presentation was delayed two years as a result of the pandemic and its...

The Terre View roundabout is finished ahead of schedule, while the Albion road roundabout continues to see delays

Developers, city officials plan to build Pullman roundabout this summer

LIAM CONNORS, Deputy news editor February 15, 2022

Aspen Heights Development is expected to construct one of Pullman’s first roundabouts at the north end of Grand Avenue. The company will be building student housing on the intersection of North Grand...

Oasis Teriyaki and Pho would be torn down and replaced with a small drive-through Starbucks.

Company proposes new Starbucks to replace Oasis restaurant on Main Street

LIAM CONNORS, Deputy news editor February 14, 2022

Forza Development LLC is proposing a new Starbucks for downtown Pullman at 530 E. Main St. The Salt Lake City-based company is looking to acquire the vacant property, which formerly housed Oasis Teriyaki...

Public art cannot be removed due to public complaint, according to Pullman City Council policy.

Thomas Jefferson painting movement up to library director discretion

GENEVA BREMS, Evergreen reporter February 14, 2022

After calls for its removal, the Thomas Jefferson portrait is still on display at Pullman's Neill Public Library. The Library Board of Trustees concluded that Library Director Joanna Bailey will ultimately...

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