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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 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...

Aspen Heights Development is planning to build a roundabout at the intersection of North Grand Avenue and Albion Road to alleviate traffic congestion from a new student housing complex.

Pullman roundabout construction promotes pedestrian, driver safety

LIAM CONNORS, Evergreen reporter May 26, 2022

This month, the City of Pullman will construct two roundabouts, aiming to decrease traffic volume and accomodate pedestrians. These roundabouts will be built on the intersection of Northeast Terre View...

Students wait for Pullman Transit along Northeast Thatuna Street, Feb. 10.

Pullman Transit assessing routes, looking to change app

CALLIE GERBER, Evergreen reporter February 11, 2022

In addition to adding more bus routes, Pullman Transit is looking into changing mobile apps because the current app is no longer meeting their needs. Pullman Transit first chose Syncromatics' mobile...

Gun violence in Pullman rises 

Gun violence in Pullman rises 

CALLIE GERBER, Evergreen reporter October 26, 2021

The number of gun crimes in Pullman has increased, and in the past year, there have been 16 crimes involving a gun. Two of the 16 cases involved a domestic dispute, and two of the cases were related...

Over 4.8 million gallons of water were pumped on June 25 for use in Pullman.

City of Pullman asks residents to reduce water use

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter June 30, 2021

The City of Pullman asked community members on June 28 to reduce irrigation water use by 15 percent over the next three weeks to conserve water during the recent heatwaves. Over 4.8 million gallons...

Two unidentified adult males were involved in accidents near Tekoa and Colfax.

City of Pullman to open emergency cooling shelter

MELINA ERNST, Evergreen reporter June 25, 2021

The City of Pullman will open an emergency cooling shelter from June 26 to 29. The shelter will be open from noon to 8 p.m. The shelter is located in the Pullman Senior Center, on the new Pullman City...

This couple bought a house in Pullman as an investment because they thought the hotels would be booked for WSU football games.

Couple buys house in Pullman to attend football games

ANNIE HAGER April 27, 2021

Living in a college town with contagious energy from students makes it hard to feel old.  WSU alumni David Schneider said Pullman is a paradise for 18- to 22-year-olds.  When he went to...

Jeff Perry will be hosting The Engineering Career Coach Podcast, which was on Forbes list of “15 Inspiring Podcasts For Professionals of Every Stripe.”

Resident to host podcast for engineers, provide career coaching

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief October 26, 2020

Providing leadership and career coaching to engineers is a passion for one local resident. He plans to continue pursuing this endeavor through his new role as host of a top engineering podcast. Jeff...

Gov. Jay Inslee walks out of the CUB following his meeting with WSU administration, including President Kirk Schulz, on Thursday.

Gov. Jay Inslee visits campus, discusses COVID-19

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor September 11, 2020

Gov. Jay Inslee met with university, community and student leaders Thursday at the Compton Union Building to discuss Pullman’s increased COVID-19 case count and WSU’s response to the pandemic. WSU...

Demonstrators for Black Lives Matter protested the death of George Floyd, a Minnesota man killed by police, June 3 at the Friendship Square in Moscow.

Activists express importance of BLM downtown mural

ASHLIE OXFORD, Evergreen reporter August 27, 2020

The approval of a Black Lives Matter mural downtown is not the end goal for local activists, but a call for the City of Pullman to show support for people of color in the community.  The end goals...

Police Chief Gary Jenkins said the departments five-year agreement with Axon Enterprise will expire soon. The agreement supplies the department with body-worn cameras, in-car cameras and other technology services.

Councilmembers approve technology updates for police

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter August 19, 2020

Editor's Note: Coverage from the Aug. 11 meeting is included at the bottom of the article.  Pullman City Council approved an agreement with Axon Enterprise to provide and update body-worn cameras,...

Councilmember Al Sorenson said he noticed problems with spacing between barriers and parking spots in the pop-up parking trial.

Pullman faces economic uncertainty, city finance director says

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter July 29, 2020

The City of Pullman may face a 12 percent drop in revenue in the coming months, but city officials said they expected worse after months of economic slowdown.  Financial update 2020 Pullman Finance...

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