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Normal temperatures around mid to high 70s will return by the end of the week.

We’re cool for the summer … temporarily, at least

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter August 19, 2021

The worst appears to be over for the Pullman area this summer. High temperatures and hazy conditions will be replaced by cooler weather in the coming days, followed by a return to more average temperatures.  After...

Pullman residents are coming together across the city to demand air conditioning units. No one should have to make do with fans in the boiling heat.

Satire: Recovered from heatwave, Pullman residents riot for change

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor July 12, 2021

Pullman has gone up in flames. And how ironic, because we are all finally recovering from the heat wave that just passed through. The young and old alike suffered through unrelenting heat and now from...

City of Pullman to open emergency cooling shelter

City of Pullman to open emergency cooling shelter

MELINA ERNST, Evergreen reporter June 25, 2021

The City of Pullman will open an emergency cooling shelter from June 26 to 29. The shelter will be open from noon to 8 p.m. The shelter is located in the Pullman Senior Center, on the new Pullman City...

Palouse CCL is currently working on a survey to gain a better understanding of community members’ knowledge about climate change their willingness to take action on the issue.

City Council discusses climate change mitigation

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter June 23, 2021

City of Pullman councilmembers discussed the effects of climate change on the Palouse in recent years during their meeting Tuesday evening  Kynan Witters-Hicks, Palouse Citizens Conservations Lobby...

Danielle Ivory, New York Times reporter, said the project tracked COVID-19 data on spreadsheets, maps and charts, including case numbers, mortality rates, vaccine eligibility and more.

WSU professor, Pullmanite recognized for contributions to Pulitzer Prize winning project

TIMOTHY FAIRBANKS-CLOUSER, Evergreen news editor June 23, 2021

A COVID-19 case tracking project from The New York Times involving contributions from a WSU professor and Pullman native was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for public service earlier this month. Danielle...

COVID-19 restrictions to be lifted, state reopening

COVID-19 restrictions to be lifted, state reopening

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter June 23, 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...

The professional sales certificate program consists of five classes but usually takes around 2 years to complete.

WSU Pullman to offer professional sales certificate program

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen reporter June 16, 2021

The WSU Professional Sales Program will expand to Pullman this fall from the Vancouver campus. During the program, students learn sales skills and management, said Ron Pimentel, Professional Sales Program...

Brown’s love for teaching comes from seeing students make connections between what they learn in and outside the classroom.

Pullman High School teacher nominated for presidential award

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter June 14, 2021

Pullman High School teacher Johanna Brown was recently nominated for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching.  Brown said she is still in shock about being nominated.  “I...

As of June 12, PRH will no longer be testing through its COVID-19 Testing and Triage Center, pictured here. Asymptomatic testing is still available for people who wish to be tested.

Pullman Regional Hospital changes options for asymptomatic COVID-19 testing

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen deputy news editor June 9, 2021

Pullman Regional Hospital is replacing its COVID-19 Triage and Testing Center with as-needed asymptomatic testing starting June 12. PRH has seen a steady decline in the need for symptomatic testing...

Normally, the firework show features live musicians, and a barbeque is put on for community members at Sunnyside Park, pictured here. This year, city officials have opted not to host any entertainment to maintain social distancing.

Fourth of July celebration returns to Pullman

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter June 9, 2021

The annual Pullman Fourth of July firework show is set to return this summer to Sunnyside Park, and contrary to years past, the firework show will feature no live entertainment. Pullman Mayor Glenn...

During the program, more than 1,500 ‘Grab and Go’ Activity Bags will be handed out, in addition to access to more than 25 online classes.

Public library to host seven-week summer reading program

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen reporter June 7, 2021

Children up to the age of 17 can enjoy Neill Public Library's reading program from June 14 to July 30.  Participants have the opportunity to participate in creative activities and the chance...

Joe Hedges, foundation co-founder and WSU Department of Fine Arts assistant professor, said he hopes they will be able to have the Black Lives Matter mural finished by the end of summer.

Black Lives Matter mural hits a wall, then overcomes it

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter June 7, 2021

The Pullman Arts Foundation had three requirements for their publicly-funded Black Lives Matter mural: be located in downtown Pullman, be painted on concrete or brick and it must have the words “Black...

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