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Alcohol-related incidents pick up over long weekend

From staff reports

January 19, 2015

Pullman police responded to several alcohol-related incidents over the three-day weekend, including an assault.On Friday, a police officer was flagged down by Justin Sagote, a former WSU linebacker, who claimed he was being followed by another man. Sagote also seemed intoxicated and the officer stayed with...

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Courtesy of Forrest Heller

January 19, 2015

Forrest Heller (front) descends down Mt. Rainier in May of 2014. Heller and the group spent the night at Camp Muir before continuing the climb the following day. After climbing to 12,800 feet, the guides determined that the group would not be able to make it to the top fast enough and turned Heller an...

Moscow shooting suspect pleads not guilty to eluding arrest

From staff reports

January 16, 2015

Moscow resident John Lee pleaded not guilty to eluding arrest today at the Whitman County courthouse.The 29 year-old man is suspected of killing three and injuring one in a shooting that took place last Saturday afternoon in Moscow.Since he entered a not guilty plea, Lee will face trial for his Washington c...

Taken too far

Taken too far

By BEAU BAILY | Evergreen reporter

January 15, 2015

Washington State University is facing a lawsuit from former walk-on quarterback Domenic Rockey, alleging that a demand for accountability from coaches led to an assault in Oct. 2013.According to the suit, former defensive lineman Emmitt Su’a-Kalio punched Rockey in the jaw—breaking it, shattering...

‘Do small things in a great way’

By EMILY STORM | Evergreen reporter

January 15, 2015

“Not everybody can be famous, but everybody can be great because greatness is determined by service.”— a saying attributed to civil rights leader and activist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Congress recognizes Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a way to pay tribute to King.People are encouraged to not only tak...

Behind the low prices at the pump

SOPHIA STEELE | Evergreen reporter

January 14, 2015

Prices at the pump have seen a dramatic drop across the world, and Washington State University professors agree that this price cut is not sustainable.The recent decrease in gas prices is due to an increase in global supply in all different types of energy. North American oil companies are largely res...

An untold story

ALYSEN BOSTON | Evergreen reporter

January 14, 2015

Washington State University doctoral student and Gaza Strip native Abd AlHadi Basheer will share his personal story, entitled “The Untold Story of Palestinian Life,” tomorrow with the Palouse Peace Coalition.“The idea of the event is to tell my personal story, trying my hardest to explain what it is like to ...

Details released in arrest of Moscow shooting suspect

From staff reports

January 14, 2015

John Lee, shooting suspect for the Moscow killings on Saturday, Jan. 10, showed signs of physical or mental ailment, according to court documents.According to the probable cause affidavit for the arrest warrant, the first shooting was reported at about 2:31 p.m. in an office of Northwest Mutual. Lee alleged...

Ebbing the flow

Ebbing the flow

From staff reports

January 14, 2015

During the City Council meeting Tuesday night, council members unanimously agreed to approve a new water system plan, outlining the city’s water storage, distribution, and usage costs for the next six years.Washington state requires cities to update plans every six years to maintain safety and efficiency. Using r...

Police investigate suspect’s motives, support families

From staff reports

January 13, 2015

The Moscow Police Department continues to actively investigate the shooting deaths that took place in Moscow on Saturday. Moscow Police Chief David Duke said the department is focused on making sure the victims’ families have as much support as possible.The Moscow PD is interviewing everyone connecte...

Andrew Rega sentenced after felony drug trial

From staff reports

January 13, 2015

Andrew Rega was sentenced after a trial for six felony drug charges, the Whitman County prosecutor’s office confirmed.Rega will serve 14 months in prison followed by a probationary period of one year, according to reports by the Moscow-Pullman Daily News, though the prosecutor’s office could not confirm ...

Utah State joins WSU veterinary program

By EMILY STORM | Evergreen reporter

January 13, 2015

Washington State University received permission from the American Veterinary Medical Association’s Council on Education to welcome Utah State to a unique partnership that will increase vet school enrollment, and bring about $3 million to WSU.Utah State has just been added to the WIMU veterinary program...

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