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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
Residents request state oversight of Whitman County auditor's office - Tue, 25 Jul 2017 PST

The latest of a series of mistakes by the Whitman County auditor's office may just be the straw that broke the camel's back, judging by a letter signed by at least 45 Whitman County residents to the Washington Secretary of State that requests state oversight of Auditor Eunice Coker's office during the upcoming election and beyond. Last week it was discovered that Coker's office had mailed more than 800 Ward 1 Pullman ballots to Ward 3 voters who are not eligible to vote in the Ward 1 election.

Mother and sister remember Pullman man killed in shooting

The victim in a shooting death Monday in rural Latah County has been identified as Tim Reeves, an 18-year-old Pullman High School student. His mother, Marena Knight, traveled to Pullman from Seattle, where she lives.

Those near Bissell fire thankful for firefighters, community

Those who live around Hunters can see the difference in the air as firefighters make good progress on the Bissell fire. But, level 2 and 3 evacuation notices are still in place for those who live adjacent to the fire.

Latah teen murder suspects to be extradited back to Idaho

A Ferry County, Washington, Judge has approved an extradition request Monday to move teen murder suspects Matthew McKetta and Keagan Tennant back to Latah County in North Idaho. The two are accused of playing a role in the murder of an 18-year-old Pullman High School senior.

Fire and firework safety: don't be stupid

In recent months, there have been a number of house and apartment fires in the Pullman area, affecting many residents, including students. For the most part, these fires were completely preventable and would not have happened were it not for residents behaving unsafely.

Humane Society makes a summer plea for help - Fri, 21 Jul 2017 PST

It was a typical day Thursday at the Whitman County Humane Society in Pullman - dogs barked, rats paced, cats meowed. Leslie Krieger, director of shelter operations, said despite having 50 to 75 active volunteers on deck, many, especially college students, leave for the summer.

Manhunt continues in slaying of Washington man

The victim was identified Friday as 18-year-old Timothy Jacob Reeves of Pullman, Washington. Law officers believe he was shot to death on Monday.

Delegation from Pullman and WSU heading to American Samoa

The August trip is billed as a goodwill gesture following a series of arrests last summer involving four Samoan football players at Washington State. The Moscow-Pullman Daily News reports the travelers will include WSU president Kirk Schulz , vice president Mary Jo Gonzales and Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins .

Mother and sister remember Pullman man killed in shooting

The victim in a shooting death Monday in rural Latah County has been identified as Tim Reeves, an 18-year-old Pullman High School student. His mother, Marena Knight, traveled to Pullman from Seattle, where she lives.

WSU Creamery nabs third consecutive - Big Scoop' win

By Seth Truscott, College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. - For the third year in a row, the Department of Animal Sciences at WSU has claimed the national ice cream trophy, the 'Big Scoop.'

Falk named to Davey O'Brien, Johnny Unitas watch lists

PULLMAN, Wash. Washington State quarterback Luke Falk was named to watch lists for the Davey O'Brien Award and the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, the organizations announced Wednesday.

Council allocates funds for new City Hall

The Pullman City Council passed a resolution at its meeting Tuesday that could allocate up to $10.5 million to go mostly toward a new city hall. The proposal is a 20-year bond which would add $88 annually in property taxes to a $200,000 home in the city, City Attorney Laura McAloon said.

Washington State wideout Tavares Martin Jr. named To Biletnikoff...

Washington State Cougars wide receiver Tavares Martin Jr. moves the ball against Arizona during the first half of a college football game on Saturday, Oct 15, 2016, at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash. Washington State junior wide receiver Tavares Martin Jr. was named to the Biletnikoff Award Watch List, the Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation announced on Tuesday.

The Palouse community has Riley Sorenson's back - Tue, 04 Jul 2017 PST

Washington State football fans may be familiar with the tenacious playing style of former Cougars offensive lineman Riley Sorenson on the gridiron. "I think that a lot of people who have met Riley have really loved him and enjoyed spending time with him because he's such a big teddy bear," said Courteney Fisher, a friend of Sorenson and a graduate of Oregon.

Getting There: Fix It Fest turning bumpy streets into nice rides - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 PST

The city provided a $1 million cash infusion into its street repair budget for 2017 after a brutally damaging winter season that led to what the city is calling Fix It Fest. At the same time, a Spokane Public Schools project to restore and expand Franklin Elementary School is now underway at 17th and Mount Vernon Street.

Pullman hospital considers offering sex reassignment surgery - Sun, 02 Jul 2017 PST

For years, Miller lived a closely guarded secret: "I knew that I was different and I knew that I wanted to be a woman." Miller was an adult before she came out as a transgender woman.

CC LJ | Dig up some dirt with Hort Club

"Our main focus is to teach students more of a business setting for greenhouses," said Aaron Appleby, 2016-2017 club president. " We learn from the beginning planting seed to ordering cuttings to making the baskets."

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