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Maria Ferrer at Luisabella Beauty. January 11, 2023.

Racism pushes Luisabella Beauty out of town

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor January 26, 2023

*Editor’s note: The name of one source has been changed to protect the individual’s identity  Maria Ferrer came to Pullman looking for a new start and life for her family. Instead, she faced...

Marie Dymkoski, executive director at the Pullman Chamber of Commerce, said businesses that want to expand onto sidewalks and parking lots have to apply through the Pullman Planning Commission.

Mayor allows businesses to expand onto sidewalks, with unclear results

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter September 8, 2020

Local businesses can apply to extend outdoor seating onto public sidewalks and private parking lots. Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson issued the emergency declaration after the effects of the recent coronavirus...

Pullman Village Centre Cinemas might reopen late August if new movie titles become available.

Local cinema temporarily closes

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter August 16, 2020

Pullman Village Centre Cinemas is temporarily closed because no new movie titles are available. However, the cinema is offering private screenings.  Sean Warner, Village Center Cinema chief operating...

Harbor Freight Tools soft-opened Tuesday morning. There will be a grand ceremony on May 30 to celebrate its opening.

Harbor Freight Tools makes its debut

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor May 12, 2020

Harbor Freight Tools opened its doors for the first time Tuesday morning.  Sales Manager Daniel Loebs said the first day of business for the store maintained a steady flow of customers, even with it...

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