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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
Jury-selection process needs to accommodate the WSU community

Robert Barber, left, and his attorney Steve Graham listen to potential jurors answer questions during the trial on May 15 at the Whitman County District Court in Colfax. Robert Barber, left, and his attorney Steve Graham listen to potential jurors answer questions during the trial on May 15 at the Whitman County District Court in Colfax.

Jazz music thrives at Bucer's

The Erik Bowen Band has been an integral piece of the Palouse jazz music scene for the better part of the past decade. "I'm the guy who started the Open Jazz Jam in 2011.

News 37 mins ago 2:18 p.m.Researchers need volunteers to smoke marijuna for study

PULLMAN, Wash. Washington State University researchers are in need of volunteers for a study to develop a breathalyzer that detects marijuana use.

WSU seeks volunteers for pot breathalyzer study

PULLMAN, Wash. Researchers at Washington State University are looking for a few stoned volunteers to help develop a breathalyzer test for marijuana.

Business Beat - Sun, 21 May 2017 PST

The National Academic Advising Association announced that Robin Bond , assistant dean at Washington State University's Honors College, won an Outstanding Advising Award in the faculty advisor category. The award is for individuals who teach but also spend time offering academic advising; the criteria includes student success, frequency of contact with advisees and program development.

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Volunteers needed to smoke pot for science - Fri, 19 May 2017 PST

The breathalyzer would need to accurately detect "acute exposure" to tetrahydrocannabinol, WSU Professor Emeritus Nicholas Lovrich, doctoral candidate Peyton Nosbusch and City Councilor and research assistant Nathan Weller told the Pullman League of Women Voters on Thursday afternoon. As part of the study, volunteers will be asked to answer questions regarding food, drink and other edibles they have recently consumed before being asked to give preliminary blood, breath and oral fluid samples at Pullman Regional Hospital, Lovrich told the League during a Brown Bag meeting at the Community Congregational United Church of Christ.

Sunnyside Hill subdivision moves ahead despite opposition

The area located south of Southwest Sundance Court and east of Southwest View Drive will be divided into 79 lots for future construction, including apartment complexes and public streets, according to plans by KIP Development, the developer. Craig Cole, a resident of Southwest Sundance Court, pointed out issues associated with the potential isolation of the new subdivision at a May 10 hearing at City Hall.

Breaking artistic boundaries

Brown is interested in the kind of artwork that blurs boundaries between different disciplines, and he used inspiration from poetry in this series, he said. "When seemingly random images are placed next to each other in collage, they can make new meaning or a new image," Brown said, "in the same way that poets put seemingly random words or lines together to make new meaning, or paint a new image."

A sanctuary in the food industry

Sanctuary Yoga's wish to open a smoothie shop inside the studio is about to be one we can taste. It's about damn time Pullman experiences a miracle like this.

Washington State defensive back Grant Porter honored at Pullman City...

Washington State Cougars defensive back Grant Porter and Allison Schomburg were given Lifesaving Awards by the Pullman City Council on Tuesday in honor of their actions last week when they intervened as a 24-year-old man attempted suicide. The pair received awards during a Pullman City Council meeting, presided over by Mayor Glenn Johnson, who moonlights as the PA announcer at WSU football games.

Barber takes the stand

Robert Barber listens to potential jurors answer questions during the trial on Monday at the Whitman County District Court in Colfax. Robert Barber listens to potential jurors answer questions during the trial on Monday at the Whitman County District Court in Colfax.

Military Hill sees rash of car burglaries over weekend

Military Hill residents reported another dozen vehicle prowls over the weekend, bringing Pullman's total in the past few weeks to over two dozen. Pullman Police Cmdr.

Spokane man dodges bullet while making grocery run

A quick stop to the grocery store took a dramatic turn that led to one customer dodging a bullet. It happened in Hillyard at the Hai's mini market around 7:30 p.m. Sunday night.

Road resurfacing may cause traffic delays

Cougar Way near Valhalla Bar & Grill and The Coug are closed today due to a road resurfacing project that may delay traffic for the next few months. Cougar Way near Valhalla Bar & Grill and The Coug are closed today due to a road resurfacing project that may delay traffic for the next few months.

WR Grant Porter Praised by Pullman PD

Any istory involving Washington State Athletics and the Pullman Police Department haven't been seen in good light over the past year or so, but this one ought to make you smile. Redshirt freshman wide receiver Grant Porter was walking on NE Terre View Drive early Wednesday morning when he noticed a 24-year old man on standing on a basketball court.

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