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Pullman Regional Hospital's 2021 annual gala might be held in person, said Rueben Mayes, PRH chief development officer.

Hospital discusses COVID-19 vaccine distribution, financial goals

MICHELLE PAREDES STRONG, Evergreen reporter December 3, 2020

The Pullman Regional Hospital Board of Commissioners discussed the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, as well as the 2021 budget expenses and financial objectives, during a meeting on Wednesday. Gerald...

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...

Universities need to not only acknowledge first-generation students, but also the on-campus experiences of first-generation students who are of different races and social classes, speakers said.

Speakers emphasize importance of first-generation programs

TRINITY WILLSEY, Evergreen reporter November 9, 2020

Universities use the word first-generation without truly recognizing the layers beneath the word.  First-generation students deserve to complete college, said Sarah Whitley, assistant vice president...

Senators unanimously voted to keep stadium fee because it goes to debt service.

ASWSU keeps tech, stadium fee the same

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter October 22, 2020

ASWSU senators unanimously voted to keep the technology fee at $20 per semester and stadium fee at $25 per semester.  Senator Kathryn Carstens presented some of the projects funded by the technology...

Pullman City Councilmembers approved several building developments, including Kamiak Cottages’ planned development and the planned Paradise Hills subdivision project.

Councilmembers approve Kamiak Cottages planned development

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter October 21, 2020

The Pullman City Council approved several building developments and heard a presentation on the status of criminal justice in Pullman during its virtual meeting Tuesday night. Construction in town The...

City officials say Pullman will bounce back from the economic turmoil caused by the pandemic, but a yearly budget may be difficult to plan for as of now.

Pullman saw $700,000 drop in yearly revenue, finance director says

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter October 7, 2020

The City of Pullman saw more than a $700,000 drop in overall revenue during 2020, with much of the loss coming from a decrease in sales, gambling, admissions and public utilities taxes, according to a...

The proposed changes are designed to give students and WSU more flexibility around the first year living requirements, said Jill Creighton, WSU Dean of Students and Associate Vice President for Student Affairs.

University to hold meeting on proposed changes to first-year live-in requirement

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter October 6, 2020

WSU will hold a public hearing 4 p.m. Oct. 7 via Zoom about the proposed changes to the state’s first-year live-in requirement established by the Washington Administrative Code. Over the summer, WSU’s...

ASWSU President Curtis Cohen said the executive team wants to provide resources for students so they know what to do if they contract COVID-19.

ASWSU plans to increase voter registration

BROOKLYNN HILLEMANN September 24, 2020

ASWSU members spoke about their plans for increasing voter registration and communicating information about COVID-19 to students during the Senate’s Wednesday night meeting. The legislative affairs...

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