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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

Winter wheat near Mayview, WA. June 17, 2020.

Winter wheat acreage being slightly down is ‘not a problem’

ERIN MULLINS, Evergreen reporter January 24, 2023

Winter wheat acreage is down slightly across Washington and 1.8 million acres of wheat were planted this year, which is down 3% from the previous year, according to the National Agricultural Statistics...

Students walk to and from classes in hazy weather, Sep. 6.

Smoke is on the horizon

NICK GIBSON, Evergreen roots editor September 7, 2022

The Palouse can expect more smoky skies and low air quality in the coming days as the Inland Northwest reaches the height of wildfire season.  A blanket of smoke from wildfires in Oregon settled over...

Good food can be found anywhere, like this dish from South Perry Pizza.

Bite of the Palouse: Tips and Tricks for prospective restaurant-goers

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist April 22, 2022

Despite the recent weather, summer is just around the corner. Maybe you don’t believe me; the snow has thrown me off more than once these past couple of weeks. But all and all, most of us at WSU have...

The nonprofit organization, Rural Development Intiatives, recently granted the Palouse Library $2,000 to support their new game night series.

Books and board games


Friday nights in Palouse just got a little more lively.  On April 15, the Palouse Library will hold its first game night from 6:30-9 p.m., the first of an ongoing series. The event is the...

Chicken friend steak, fried eggs and a lemon poppy seed pancake oh my!

Bite of the Palouse: worth the wait, worth the weight 

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist April 7, 2022

Rarely do restaurants live up to all the hype surrounding it. I heard near-mythical tales of the Moscow restaurant known as The Breakfast Club. Located on Main Street, the local eatery is popular throughout...

Simon Smith speaks at CCL climate action event at the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute, March 27, in Moscow.

Local organization hosts climate action event

ABBY SONNICHSEN, Evergreen Photographer March 29, 2022

The Citizens’ Climate Lobby hosted a climate action event Sunday at the Palouse-Clearwater Environmental Institute in Moscow. Speakers talked about steps people can make to contact their congressial representatives...

Rants & Raves Brewerys new location in Palouse is just a short drive away and offers pizza and craft beers.

Pizza and pilsners coming to Palouse

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor March 10, 2022
Rants and Raves Brewery set to open first Washington location in Palouse
Events from the Ice Age shaped the terrain of eastern Washington.

Beasts of the Ice Age

ISABELLE BUSCH, Evergreen reporter, columnist March 3, 2022

Not so long ago, large creatures roamed the Pullman area. Formidable beasts journeyed through the plains of the Palouse during the last Ice Age. The most recent Ice Age lasted from about 30,000 to 11,000...

The trail will be open to non-motorized use, including hiking, trail running and mountain biking.

Groups raise money for Moscow Mountain trail easement

PUNEET BSANTI, Deputy news editor February 28, 2022

Several groups have started a campaign to raise money for Moscow Mountain’s first legally-protected public access trail easement. A group of nonprofit organizations from the Palouse area plan...

Blue sky peaks through clouds over Bryan Hall. Feb. 24.

El Niño, La Niña responsible for fluctuating Palouse weather

BRANSON VIRGEN, Evergreen reporter February 28, 2022

During the first few weeks of February, the city of Pullman saw warmer temperatures relative to recent years but has been experiencing a recent cold snap. Temperatures were getting around 50 degrees Fahrenheit,...

The Palouse Cabin Fever Brew Fest draws hundreds of community members to the town of Palouse every February. Brew Fest co-founder Janet Barstow said they sold over 650 tickets this year.

Craft brews can cure cabin fever

NICK GIBSON, Evergreen roots editor February 10, 2022

Over 600 people gathered in Palouse last Saturday to shake off their cabin fever the best way they know how — cold beer and good company. The Palouse Cabin Fever Brew Fest is an annual celebration...

Customers enjoy food and beverages at the Palouse Caboose Bar and Grill on Nov. 16, 2021, in Palouse, Washington.

All aboard the barbecue train

ANNIE HAGER November 18, 2021

In downtown Palouse, Washington, a gigantic red building that sits on the corner of Main Street is home to some of the best barbecue in the region. Palouse Caboose Bar and Grill is a locally-owned barbecue...

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