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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...

The piece of land is zoned by Whitman County as agricultural with single-family homes permitted. The number of houses allowed is determined by Whitman County Public Health based on sewer disposal requirements. 

Pullman council denies land annexation into city

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter April 28, 2021

City of Pullman councilmembers voted 6-1 to reject the proposed annexation of a 48.3-acre lot during a meeting Tuesday night. About 15 residents made public comments at the last council meeting in opposition...

United Way of Whitman County has distributed $468,000 for wildfire recovery in the Malden and Pine City communities.

Pullman community members oppose land development

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter April 14, 2021

Pullman residents expressed concerns about the annexation of property near SE Johnson Road during a City of Pullman public hearing Tuesday night. Frank Motley of Two-GM and Bob Perdue of Nelson Partners...

Brandon Chapman is starting a weekly “Pullman Proud Podcast” after his term on the City Council ends.

Councilmember decides not to run for re-election

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen deputy news editor March 17, 2021

While filling out the 2016 presidential election ballot, Brandon Chapman wrote in his Uncle Jim, former mayor of Susanville, California, for president of the U.S. “If we were even close to a swing...

OPINION: Do Black lives matter to city council?

OPINION: Do Black lives matter to city council?

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen columnist March 11, 2021

As a result of the Black Lives Matter movement’s reemergence in the media, towns and cities worldwide have rallied their council members and representatives to show their support through public art pieces. Washington...

“We wanted this specific piece of art to be a statement from the city, driving the conversation ... of how to end racism,” said Dan Records, Pullman City Councilmember and subcommittee chair.

Pullman Arts Commission hopes to complete mural by July 

TIMOTHY FAIRBANKS-CLOUSER, Evergreen reporter March 10, 2021

The Pullman Arts Commission discussed the timeline for the End Racism Now mural during a meeting Tuesday afternoon.  PAC hopes to finish the mural by June 19. If the mural is not fully completed...

The Canyon Crest Planned Residential Development will be located south of Kamiak Elementary School and west of NW Ventura Court.

Development could bring 68 new homes to Pullman

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter March 3, 2021

A local engineering company hopes to move forward with a neighborhood of 68 affordable single-family homes in Pullman. The Pullman Planning Commission heard public comments Feb. 24 about an application...

During public comment, local business owner Rob Ndambuki shared his experiences with racism in Pullman.

‘End Racism Now’ mural back at square one

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter February 24, 2021

The Pullman City Council voted 5 to 2 to approve restarting the submission process for the “End Racism Now” mural with clearer requirements for artists. Joanna Bailey, Pullman Arts Commission chair,...

PAC Chair Jeri Harris said selected artists will be paired with participating downtown businesses to display their art in storefront windows, similar to the recently canceled ArtFest. 

Council gives go-ahead for Pullman window art walk

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter February 10, 2021

Pullman councilmembers approved a Pullman Arts Commission-sponsored event at a meeting Tuesday night. The council also approved about $125,000 toward improvements for Airport Road. Councilmembers approved...

The city's pedestrian and bicycle usage is set to finish by fall or winter of 2021, said Kevin Gardes, Pullman public works director.

Council revisits plans for ‘dependable infrastructure’ study

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter January 27, 2021

The Pullman City Council approved moving forward with a consulting company to complete a study on local pedestrian and bicycle usage. In August 2018, the council decided ‘dependable infrastructure’...

The proposed shop would be located just north of the WSU campus.

Company planning to open new cannabis shop

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter January 25, 2021

A Western Washington company hopes to convert a Pullman car wash just north of campus into a new cannabis shop  Magic Tree Collective 206 submitted a site plan for 1505 NE Merman Drive, which...

City council approves $1.6 million road improvement project

City council approves $1.6 million road improvement project

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter January 14, 2021

Pullman city councilmembers unanimously approved a $1.6 million re-bid to complete the arterial streets resurfacing project during their meeting Tuesday.  The chosen construction company, Motley-Motley...

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