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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.
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
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Elders play a marble game at Circles of Caring Adult Day Services on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, in Pullman, Wash. Elders play a marble game at Circles of Caring Adult Day Services on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, in Pullman, Wash.Cycling across country to change lives
Pledging to raise money for people with disabilities, the young men from 32 different states cycle across the country as a part of the Journey of Hope TransAmerica team. Averaging over 75 miles a day, the journey is daunting.Leaders hope to increase stadium access
Martin Stadium may soon be opened to students once again, but issues such as lighting and security need to be addressed first. Martin Stadium may soon be opened to students once again, but issues such as lighting and security need to be addressed first.Inslee discusses financial aid, voting
Gov. Jay Inslee visited Pullman as a part of a tour of broadband access across the state of Washington on Wednesday. Inslee said it is important for society and the economy for all Washington residents to have access to broadband connections, even those in more rural localities.Two injured in garage fire
Firefighters assess the damage to the garage of a house located at 312 NW True Street after a structure fire Tuesday. Firefighters assess the damage to the garage of a house located at 312 NW True Street after a structure fire Tuesday.Pullman crews save house from attached garage fire
Pullman firefighters were able to quickly gain control of a fully-involved garage fire Tuesday morning while saving the house attached to the garage. Around 9:30 a.m., multiple 911 calls reported black smoke in the Military Hill area on True and State.Committee recommends Bruce for Jefferson Elementary principal
An interview committee made up of staff members, parents and other administrators have recommended Jim Bruce for the open position as principal of Jefferson Elementary School. Bruce was one of four finalist for the position, according to a Pullman Schools news release.Deputies make multiple drug warrant arrests over weekend
Deputies received a tip claiming the driver of a vehicle was in possession of methamphetamine on Webb Street. The vehicle was then stopped around 9:30 p.m. Saturday, leading deputies to obtain a search warrant, according to a news release by Whitman County Sheriff Brett Myers.Pullman Police offering US flag disposal drop-box
In honor of Flag Day, Pullman Police have repurposed a former drug drop-box to collect flags that are no longer suitable for display. Deposited flags will be collected by members of the Maynard-Price American Legion Post 52 and disposed of during the annual June 14 Flag Retirement Ceremony.Regents approve athletics budget plan
Ron Sims, left, vice chair of the WSU Board of Regents, and Alyssa Norris, student regent, listen during a Board of Regents meeting last September. The Board of Regents unanimously approved a new athletics budget plan aimed at reducing the department's multi-million dollar deficit Friday.Trump enters pivotal trade period
President Trump is entering a pivotal period where his approach to U.S. trade and foreign policy will be tested, some industry observers believe. President Trump travels to Montreal for the G-7 Summit June 8-June 9 and will meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on June 12. Prior to the summit, Trump tweeted: "Looking forward to straightening out unfair Trade Deals with the G-7 countries.Pullman PD receives drone certification
The Pullman Police Department can now choose to license officers as drone pilots in-house instead of making them go through FAA commericial testing. The Pullman Police Department can now choose to license officers as drone pilots in-house instead of making them go through FAA commericial testing.Fejeran: Election accountability
The auditor's office requires big changes in order to make sure that every eligible voter has an equal voice. It is not news to most people that rural county governments, Whitman County included, run on a very tight budget.Reaney Park Pool opens as summer kicks in
Reaney Park Pool will receive a new liner and repairs around the edges in the coming years as part of a bond approved in February. The pool opens 1 p.m. Saturday.McMorris Rodgers announces more than $11 million in grant funding for Spokane, Pullman Airports
On Tuesday, Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers announced more than $11 million in funding from the Department of Transportation for the Spokane International Airport and Pullman Regional Airport to assist with runway installation and upgrade costs. The Spokane International Airport will receive more than $8 million to assist with runway guidance signage and installation of the Runway Vertical/Visual Guidance System.Family puts up signs after fence gets knocked over repeatedly
If you go to the dog park on the South Hill, chances are you've seen the many signs around the area. She says she put up one sign on her house a while ago, reminding owners to watch their dog as she has found dogs doing their business on her property before.Quincy FFA competes at state competition
The Quincy chapter of Future Farmers of America participated in 88th Washington State FFA convention in Pullman May 10-12. The "Hall of Chapters" team - Gavin Sahili, Jane Kennedy and Taran Brown - placed first in its competition and will attend the National FFA Convention in the next school year, representing Washington state.
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