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Megan Guido completed her bachelor’s degree at the University of Idaho before moving to Seattle for a master’s degree in public administration.

Thirty-year Pullman resident will run for City Council seat

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen editor-in-chief April 30, 2021

Pullman resident Megan Guido moved here from Brooklyn, New York in fifth grade. In the 30 years she has spent in Pullman, she never expected she would be living in the same house she grew up in. Guido...

Rueben Mayes, Pullman Regional Hospital Foundation chief development officer, said  the Foundation has raised $330,000 for the COVID-19 fund.

Hospital temporarily reduces employee pay following COVID-19 preparations

JARED BRADLEY, Evergreen reporter April 3, 2020

Pullman Regional Hospital is preparing for COVID-19 by purchasing more equipment and lowering employee wages by 25 percent. According to a press release from PRH, the reduction will begin April 11...

Library Director Joanna Bailey says the library will be able to sign people up for library cards over the phone and all online resources remain available.

Public services change in wake of COVID-19

LUKE HUDSON, Evergreen reporter March 25, 2020

Many public organizations in Pullman changed how they operate in the wake of multiple positive COVID-19 cases in the county. Neill Public Library Joanna Bailey, Neill Public Library director, said...

No confirmed COVID-19 cases in Whitman County

No confirmed COVID-19 cases in Whitman County

LUKE HUDSON, Evergreen reporter March 10, 2020

11:58 a.m., March 11 Update: There are still no confirmed COVID-19 cases as of 11:58 a.m., Wednesday. The Whitman County Public Health Department has not confirmed any cases of the COVID-19...

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