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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

Pullman City Council will reconvene on Monday to decide whether or not to approve the proposal.

City Council may reject nearly $2 million tourism proposal

GABRIELLE BOWMAN, Evergreen reporter November 2, 2022

Pullman City Council considered rejecting a nearly $2 million tourism proposal during the council’s budget meeting Tuesday night. The Pullman Chamber of Commerce submitted the proposal, requesting...

Marie Dymkoski and her grandson at WSUs opening football game against UI.

‘It’s in her DNA, this is just what she does’

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor October 19, 2022

From volunteer work to hiking the nature trails at any possible moment, Marie Dymkoski is a Jane of all trades.  Dymkoski, Chamber of Commerce executive director, moved to Palouse at the age of...

The Pullman Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Pullman Association are sponsoring the three-day event.

Crazy Days returns: Merchandise and music to ‘fill the soul’

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter July 13, 2022

Pullman’s annual Crazy Days event will return on July 14 and partner with Music on Main, supporting local businesses and the community. “I think it brings people together and gives people the opportunity...

Fruit and Veggies from the family-owned Wilson Banner Ranch at the Pullman Farmers Market, Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2021.

Pullman Farmers Market nears end of season

ABBY SONNICHSEN, Evergreen Photographer October 3, 2021

For 12 years, local vendors have sold their goods at the Pullman Farmers Market every Wednesday. Even through COVID-19, the market was deemed essential and was allowed to stay open.  The market organizers...

Information about becoming a vendor can be found on the Pullman Chamber of Commerce website.

Pullman Farmers Market to happen Aug. 25

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter August 24, 2021

This marks the 13th season of the Pullman Farmers Market, which looks to bring locally-sourced products to the community.  The market will include six vendors selling fruits, vegetables, baked...

Local band Soulstice is performing from 6 to 8 p.m. July 22 at Pine Street Plaza as part of the Music on Main series.

Crazy Days returns to Pullman this week

MELINA ERNST, Evergreen reporter July 20, 2021

Community event Crazy Days is returning to downtown Pullman on Thursday.  The three-day event ends Saturday. Participating downtown businesses are featuring sidewalk sales and promotions, according...

Next week, the city will play the movie Tom & Jerry, followed by Disney’s Onward the next week.

Summer events in Reaney Park are back

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter July 11, 2021

Concerts in the Park will return at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Reaney Park, Pullman Parks and Recreation announced.  The series is held at the same time and location every Wednesday for six weeks. The first...

COVID-19 restrictions to be lifted, state reopening

COVID-19 restrictions to be lifted, state reopening

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter June 22, 2021

Pullman is preparing to lift almost all COVID-19 related restrictions after Gov. Jay Inslee announced the state’s reopening on June 30. All restaurants and businesses will be allowed to operate at...

There are plans to use the grant to increase accessibility and visibility of the farmers market.

Pullman Farmers Market receives grant

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen reporter June 3, 2021

The Washington State Department of Agriculture awarded Pullman Chamber of Commerce a $10,000 COVID-19 Relief and Recovery Grant for the Pullman Farmers Market.  Marie Dymkoski, Pullman Chamber...

Even if certain COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, there would not be enough time to have the festival. Generally, the celebration takes about a year to plan.

National Lentil Festival canceled because of COVID-19

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter May 23, 2021

The Pullman Chamber of Commerce canceled the National Lentil Festival because of uncertainty around COVID-19 restrictions. The lentil festival is typically held the weekend before the start of classes...

Councilmember Eileen Macoll said she wants to emphasize economic growth and helping small businesses.

Councilmembers raise property taxes by 1 percent

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter November 18, 2020

Pullman City councilmembers unanimously passed an ordinance that will raise property taxes by 1 percent and bring in around $67,000 more for the city than last year’s property taxes, during Tuesday night’s...

Each city department will have a slight increase in budget requests, said Mike Urban, finance director and interim city administrator.

City departments present preliminary budget requests

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter November 4, 2020

Pullman City Council started its budget process for 2021 and 2022, hearing proposals from city departments that will be determined on or after Nov. 17.  Councilmembers emphasized the need for economic...

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