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 student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Larissas Apron, a local South Indian restaurant was founded in October 2021 by Larissa Seeber

POC and Immigrant-owned Palouse businesses continue to thrive

AIMEE SULIT, Evergreen reporter November 15, 2023

Larissa’s Apron, owned and run by Larissa Seeber, was founded in October 2021 and was born out of Seeber’s love for the South Indian cuisine she grew up eating. Seeber was able to start her business...

Black Cypress, one of many Pullman businesses that could benefit from one of the available grants

Potential grants could make downtown vibrant

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief October 12, 2023

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which came out in 2021, offers grants for transportation services and other community related investments.  Xianming Shi, civil and environmental engineering...

Pullman Regional Hospital purchases adjacent building for $4.25 million

Pullman Regional Hospital purchases Umpqua/Columbia Bank building

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor August 23, 2023

The Pullman Regional Hospital Board of Commissioners has voted to approve the purchase of the Umpqua/Columbia Bank. Alison Weigley, PRH external relations director, said the hospital purchased the property...

Neills Coffee and Ice Cream, as seen in 2021, as well as Neills Flowers and Gifts, see an increase in business this time of year.

Local businesses anticipate increase in traffic from students’ presence

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor August 16, 2023

After over three months, students are returning to campus and with that local businesses anticipate an increase in traffic as per usual. Many of these businesses will see an increase in attention from...

Pullman-Moscow Regional Airports kiosk changes should be finished this summer

Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport to make bag tagging faster

GRACE HARVEY, Evergreen reporter June 29, 2023

Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport is planning to replace the current bag-tagging system with updated, self-service bag-tagging kiosks. This change is meant to create a faster experience for those traveling...

Friendship Square, the surrounding area of the upcoming celebration

Moscow prepares for Juneteenth celebration

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor June 18, 2023

The Moscow Human Rights Commission will host a celebration for Juneteenth at Friendship Square this Monday from noon - 4 p.m. Ken Faunce, Moscow Human Rights Commission chair, said this year will be...

The Pullman Depot Heritage Center as it stands today

Pullman Depot Heritage Center in first phase of restoration process

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief June 14, 2023

The Pullman Depot Heritage Center is receiving grants from the Washington State Legislature as well as donations from other areas to help restore the building. The depot was built in 1916, and just...

Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport hangs the American flag over the terminal so far

Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport holds topping out ceremony

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor June 13, 2023

Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport held its topping-out ceremony to celebrate the construction of its new terminal on May 31. Tony Bean, Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport executive director, said the...

Pullman Police Department has received multiple tips, but none have been substantive enough to progress the case.

WSU doctoral student speaks out after attempted kidnapping

ALISA VOLZ, Evergreen reporter February 13, 2023

Daniela Mendez said that on Feb. 3 a man tried to force his way into her apartment.  “I was so scared, so terrified,” Mendez,  a molecular biosciences doctoral student said. “I was like, ‘this...

Kohbergers office was located in Wilson-Short Hall.

‘I just felt so sick and disgusted:’ Students learn they knew murder suspect Bryan Kohberger

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen news editor January 10, 2023

The arrest of former WSU graduate student Bryan Kohberger shocked the Cougar community as some students realized they interacted with him over the past semester.  Kohberger was a TA for at least two...

Pullman PD reports 24 vehicle prowls in two weeks

Pullman PD reports 24 vehicle prowls in two weeks

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor June 1, 2022

The Pullman community was victim to vehicle prowls ranging in the double digits over the past two weeks, 10 of which were just last week. Vehicle prowls refer to property theft from motor vehicles,...

16-year-old Marissa Carper will represent Washington at FBI youth program in Virginia

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor May 25, 2022

Since fifth grade, Marissa Carper knew she wanted to pursue a career in law enforcement — and do “something more” for her community.  “In fifth grade, we were doing a project where we...

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