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Derby Dames take on Wine Country Crushers

Nathan Howard | The Daily Evergreen

October 21, 2013


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Heck No Techno (left) of the Rolling Hills Derby Dames skates in the lead jammer position against the Wine Country Crushers during a bout in Beasley Coliseum, Saturday, Oct. 19. The Derby Dames went on to win 198-139 in their first bout against the Wine Country Crushers and 199-138 in their second bout...

Foley leaves behind inspiration for civic ideals

From Staff Reports

October 21, 2013


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The inspiration for the establishment of WSU's Thomas S. Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service, died Friday, Oct. 18 at the age of 84"In terms of thinking about his legacy in the state of Washington, he was elected as the highest office of any Washingtonian in history as the Speaker ...

Pullman Fire Department goes pink

Pullman Fire Department goes pink

Brittany Amerson | The Daily Evergreen

October 18, 2013


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Pink T-shirts and donation boots are just two ways the Pullman Fire Department is raising money for breast cancer research this month.The Pullman Fire Department is teaming up with Susan G. Komen Passionately Pink for the Cure to raise the money.The department is aiming to raise $1,000 for Passionately P...

B Street lighting a hazard

Zack Briggs, Evergreen reporter

October 16, 2013


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The ASWSU Senate and the Pullman City Council convened Tuesday night as part of their annual joint session.The two parties discussed multiple issues ranging from transportation services to safety concerns in and around the WSU campus.Senate Pro-Tempore LaKecia Farmer said she believes it is vital to...

Protect and serve

Protect and serve

Chad Sokol, Evergreen Cops & Courts reporters

October 16, 2013


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When weekends get rowdy, police get involved, and for the streets of College Hill, that means seeing the familiar face of beat cop and Pullman Police Officer Shane Emerson.“I grew up here,” Emerson said. “So I really put my heart into College Hill, because I want to make it a safer place.”The Pu...

Employee owned, SEL pushes quality during growth

Employee owned, SEL pushes quality during growth

Chad Sokol, Evergreen reporter

October 14, 2013


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Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. (SEL) soared 18 spots past its previous ranking on the National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO) top 100 list.The company now sits at No. 34 on the list, which annually recognizes the nation's largest companies that are at least 50 percent employee-owned.G...

College Hill bar owners prep for Dad’s Weekend

Nicole Seven, The Daily Evergreen

October 11, 2013


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For College Hill bars Stubblefields, Valhalla and The Coug, Dad’s Weekend means stocking up on food, staff and beverages to serve the visiting dads.Bob Cady, owner of The Coug, said on Dad’s Weekend the bar makes five to six times the revenue. The increase is characteristic of all football weekends...

Glenn Terrell remembered

Arianna Kemis, The Daily Evergreen

October 11, 2013


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Peanut butter sandwiches, funny little hats and a knowing chuckle. As a university president, Glenn Terrell walked beside his students on the WSU campus.Many remembered Terrell as a man of heartfelt words and a sincere faith in serving others.WSU celebrated Terrell’s legacy with a ceremony Thursday...

Businesses expect to reel in revenue for Dad’s Weekend

James Clark, The Daily Evergreen

October 11, 2013


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Businesses in Pullman will see an obvious increase in revenue across the board during this Dad’s Weekend, said City of Pullman Finance Director Bill Mulholland.There are no studies or data from the city to show exact revenue trends for Dad’s Weekend as opposed to other Cougar Football game weeken...

Safety top priority this Dad’s Weekend

Chad Sokol, Evergreen reporter

October 11, 2013


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Cougs have spent weeks preparing for Dad's Weekend - buying tickets for the football game, stocking up on tailgating supplies and learning how to tease their hair à la Ann Wilson of Heart.For Pullman's emergency service departments, they are also making preparations for the increase in the number of people ...

The Grove prepares to open doors for students

Nicole Seven, The Daily Evergreen

October 11, 2013


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Construction at The Grove apartments continues three months after the fire which engulfed the complex in July.While construction is near completion, students are preparing to move in.Jason Chudoba, a spokesman for Campus Crest Communities, the housing company that built and operates The Grove, said t...

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