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About: pullman, washington

Pullman fell just shy of 30,000 residents after the 2010 U.S. Census. While Washington State's main campus is in Pullman, the University of Idaho is just 80 miles away in Moscow, Idaho. The city was originally called "Three Forks," but the city was later named after George Pullman, who was famous for inventing the Pullman railroad sleeping car. Some notable residents of Pullman over the years have included legendary journalist Edward R. Murrow, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, and Pro Football Hall of Famer John Elway.

Population: 29799
Local Newspapers: Pullman News Papers
Local Sports Teams: Washington State Cougars
Local Colleges: Washington State University

Zip Codes associated with pullman, washington: 99163 99164 99165
Towns/Cities near pullman, washington : Albion Colfax Colton Uniontown Moscow ID

Pullman News
Strong defensive play leads WSU to win over Colorado

The swirling rainstorms that arrived at Martin Stadium hours before the homecoming crowd did on Saturday night could have made it another catastrophic week for Luke Falk and the Washington State Air Raid. But the 15th-ranked Cougars recouped on offense, rediscovered their form on defense and drowned the visiting Colorado Buffaloes 28-0 on a swampy night in Pullman.

Uber, Lyft puts pressure on local taxis - Sun, 22 Oct 2017 PST

There have been mixed reactions from local taxi companies to the news of ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft beginning operations in Pullman. Uber and Lyft, which allow people to hail rides using an app, officially launched Sept.

All-time Pac-12 receptions leader Gabe Marks returns to Washington...

Gabe Marks, whose 316 career receptions are the most in school and Pac-12 history, returned to Pullman for Saturday's game against Colorado at Martin Stadium. Marks joined the Cougars on the sideline and was introduced to the home crowd during a television break in the first quarter.

Guest column: For the sake of Washington State athletics, protect Mike Leach - Sat, 21 Oct 2017 PST

Editor's note: The following arrived via email last Monday morning, the day after news broke that Washington State athletic director Bill Moos was heading to Nebraska and three days following Cougars' dismal 37-3 loss at Cal. First, I have to stay awake until 1 a.m. - as is unfortunately the regular case - to watch The Cougs get hammered by Cal.

No. 15 WSU vs. Colorado football: Game time, TV schedule, online stream, weather and more

The No. 15 Washington State Cougars look to bounce back from a surprising loss at Cal when they host the Colorado Buffaloes on Saturday night.

WSU proud of game day traditions

Some may say this year's football season is a miracle, some may say it has been a long-awaited shot at the recognition the school deserves. School spirit and tradition run deep at WSU, and we have no intention of slowing our roll, especially on homecoming week.

Dog day care: - Grandma's house for all the dogs'

A WSU graduate caters to the local dog scene through doggy playrooms and monthly field trips, as part of day care and boarding services. Kaycee Richman opened The Downtown Dog almost three years ago in Pullman.

Area roundup: Washington State women's soccer upsets No. 2 UCLA - Thu, 19 Oct 2017 PST

Maegan O'Neill scored in the fourth minute Thursday to lead Washington State to a 1-0 upset of second-ranked UCLA in women's soccer play in Pullman. The victory matched the Cougars' biggest upset in program history, 1-0 over second-ranked Washington on Nov. 3, 2000.

Booze News: Pullman dive bars and the booze rally

Mary Tucci, a bartender at The Sports Page bar, talks to customer Jon Hawley during a slow shift Tuesday evening. Mary Tucci, a bartender at The Sports Page bar, talks to customer Jon Hawley during a slow shift Tuesday evening.

Construct more parking spaces

Buses, bikes, automobiles and pedestrians - students, staff and faculty have a variety of options when making their way to campus every day, but as the university's population rises and space becomes tight, will WSU invest in more parking lots, bike racks or buses? Buses, bikes, automobiles and pedestrians - students, staff and faculty have a variety of options when making their way to campus every day, but as the university's population rises and space becomes tight, will WSU invest in more parking lots, bike racks or buses? Parking on campus has become a struggle affecting a large portion of the WSU community.

Citizens to vote on City Hall bond

The bond, which is listed as City of Pullman Proposition No. 1, would finance the purchase and remodeling of city administrative buildings, a community recreation center and a senior center, and land for an additional fire station and a city event center, according to the online voters' guide.

Fever education focus of student project

UW Medical student Nick Rasmussen discusses his community project that aims to raise awareness of proper fever analysis and care by distributing thermometers and fever fact cards. UW Medical student Nick Rasmussen discusses his community project that aims to raise awareness of proper fever analysis and care by distributing thermometers and fever fact cards.

Summit educates on water value

This year's theme, "Imagine a Day Without Water," focuses on the value of water in our daily lives and the impact on life if water was gone, according to a news release. The summit will feature keynote speaker Patricia Mulroy, an expert in water resources policy, Colorado River Basin resources and water resource technology.

Loon Lake man raising awareness for autism with ribbons and his truck

One man and one group of kids hope to make a huge impact for a good cause across the country. They're going about it differently though, using magnetic autism awareness ribbons and a semi truck.

Bill Moos leaves WSU for Nebraska, school to begin search for replacement 'immediately'

Bill Moos, heralded as the potential savior of the Washington State Cougars ' athletics deprment when he was lured out of retirement to become the school's athletics director back in 2010, has suddenly and shockingly left his alma mater to become to the new AD at Nebraska. He leaves quite the legacy in Pullman, having overseen the construction of major facilities upgrades and spearheaded the hiring of Mike Leach to coach football, decisions that have paid major dividends on the field.

Bill Moos to Nebraska reaction and more

Bill Moos is now wearing a different shade of red and Washington State is searching for a new athletic director. The reaction to the news has been pouring in once everyone managed to get over the surprise announcement.

Who's next? Four potential candidates to replace Bill Moos as...

Washington State's new athletic director won't have to bring a football program back to life, but he or she will be asked to sustain the success that Bill Moos generated during his seven years at the helm. The first responsibility for that person will be to retain Mike Leach, the sixth-year football coach who could be courted by a number of Power Five programs - and don't leave out the NFL - if the 15th-ranked Cougars continue to win games at the rate they are right now.

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