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Main Street, Pullman and view of WSUs campus, circa 1906

A look into the beginnings of Pullman

LAUREN RENDAHL, Evergreen reporter November 15, 2023

Although people living in Pullman have a wide variety of differences, working different jobs, enjoying different hobbies, practicing different religions and attending different schools, they all have one...

Port of Whitman County Business Air Center.

Port of Whitman County Awarded $1.6 Million Loan

Grace Harvey, News Reporter October 9, 2023

On Sept. 21, the Port of Whitman County was awarded a low-interest $1.6 million loan from the Washington Community Economic Revitalization Board (CERB) to help fund the extension of rail of water infrastructure....

Only 16% of eligible voters in Washington aged 18-24 actually voted in this years elections

More efficient postal services increase the likelihood of voter turnout

GRACE HARVEY, Evergreen reporter September 20, 2023

More efficient postal administrations have been linked to an increase in voter turnout, according to a study by a WSU professor WSU assistant professor Michael Ritter analyzed voting from 2018–2020...

Former WSU student sentenced for vehicular assault

Former WSU student sentenced for vehicular assault

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor August 30, 2023

A former WSU student charged with vehicular assault while under the influence of alcohol has been sentenced to nine months in home confinement, one year in community custody and to pay around $15,000...

Two guilty pleas to alleged sex offenses

Two guilty pleas to alleged sex offenses

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor October 30, 2022

Trigger warning: This article contains details about sexual assault that may be triggering for some readers. Two separate cases involving sexual crimes including minors have resulted in guilty pleas. The...

COVID-19 hospitalizations, test positivity increases in Whitman County

COVID-19 hospitalizations, test positivity increases in Whitman County

SHANA HUANG October 3, 2022

In the past seven days, Whitman County reported 34 new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people, according to the Whitman County Public Health website. Based on cases and hospitalizations, the COVID-19 community...

The court found the special relationship between the univeristy and its students does not extend to off-campus activities

Pilot of La Crosse plane crash is identified

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor July 2, 2022

Kevin Kennedy, a 65-year-old pilot from Arlington, was identified as the person who crashed a single-engine plane on Washington State Route 26.  Kennedy was flying from Arlington to Colfax on July...

The court found the special relationship between the univeristy and its students does not extend to off-campus activities

Plane crashes near La Crosse, occupant sustains serious injuries

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor July 1, 2022

After a single prop aircraft crashed at Washington State Route 26 around 2 p.m., its single occupant sustained serious injuries.  Life Flight Network arrived at the scene to transport the pilot about...

Flodin has lived in Whitman County for 24 years.

Whitman County assessor seeks reelection

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief April 7, 2022

On Monday, Whitman County Assessor Wraylee Flodin announced she plans to run for reelection.  Flodin has worked with the Whitman County Assessor’s Office, as well as the Treasurer’s Office,...

While grants have been distributed for nonprofits, the application for small businesses is still open.

Whitman County awards grants to nonprofits, small businesses

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor February 21, 2022

County officials are awarding grant money to local nonprofits and small businesses, with 59 businesses in Whitman County stating they are facing financial hardships in a recent survey conducted by county...

Whitman County Sheriff announces reelection campaign

Whitman County Sheriff announces reelection campaign

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports co-editor February 16, 2022

Whitman County Sheriff Brett Myers announced on Tuesday he will run for a sixth term. Myers has served as county sheriff since January 2003, according to a press release. “It has been my privilege...

A bypass would reduce traffic congestion and restore vibrancy to downtown Pullman, said councilmember Francis Benjamin.

Local officials consider Pullman bypass

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor February 7, 2022

Members of the Whitman County Board of Commissioners and the Pullman City Council are considering different proposals for building a bypass around Pullman, with costs ranging from $10 million to $100 million. Whitman...

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