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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
Tyler Hilinski's mom, brother plan trip across state to honor late Wsu QB
In honor of Tyler Hilinski's upcoming birthday, the late WSU quarterback's mom Kym and brother Kelly will make a trip across Washington starting in Spokane on May 21. Hilinski's Hope, a non-profit dedicated to promoting mental health awareness among student-athletes, announced the news in a Tweet Wednesday. Kym and Kelly, Tyler's mom and brother, are making a trek across the state of Washington in honor of Tyler and his birthday.Yoga class provides love to cats looking for home
Sanctuary Yoga in Pullman will host Cats to the Mat on Sunday. It will feature a mix of restorative yoga, a style focusing on relaxation, and yin yoga, which emphasizes deeper stretching.Controversial wolf researcher agrees to leave university
Robert Wielgus, a controversial wolf researcher with Washington State University's Carnivore Conservation Lab, has agreed to accept a $300,000 settlement and leave the school, The Seattle Times reported Tuesday. PULLMAN, Wash.Officials say body recovered at Palouse Falls most likely that of 26-year-old Pullman man
Officials with Columbia Basin Dive Rescue say it is most likely the body of 26-year-old Noble Stoneman from Pullman. The Franklin County Coroner is now doing an autopsy to be sure.Shirley Cochran
She was very musical, playing the saxophone in the Pullman High School band, the organ at Bryan Hall at Washington State College and the pump organ in the morning to wake her kids. She graduated from Pullman High School in 1947 and went on to for two years.Washington State's Scotty Sunitsch picks up fourth Pac-12 baseball...
Scotty Sunitsch fired seven shutout innings and Washington State scored in each of the first four innings in an 8-4 Pac-12 baseball victory over USC at Bailey-Brayton Field in Pullman on Saturday afternoon. Andres Alvarez and Danny Sinatro hit home runs for the Cougars and Dillon Plew had three hits.Search called off for missing Pullman man at Palouse Falls
The search was called off for a 26-year-old Pullman man who fell into the water above Palouse Falls. Noble Stoneman was among the 100 people at the park when he walked to the ledge above the upper pool in the park, Franklin County Sheriff Jim Raymond said.Pullman Transit plans route restructuring for fall
The Pullman City Council approved a transit overhaul to take effect in August in an effort to reduce wait times and improve route efficiency. "The next steps will be to implement the changes,"City Supervisor Adam Lincoln said.Former student sues WSU over handling of racist 2015 incident at Phi...
A former student is suing Washington State University over its handling of a 2015 incident that sparked marches protesting racism on the Pullman campus. Dominique Stewart, who is black, says she was humiliated on the night of Feb. 21, 2015, while she was waiting for a friend in front of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity house.Route 66 Theatre Company Presents I'M Gonna Pray for You So Hard
Ella is a precocious and fiercely competitive actress whose sole aim in life is making her famous playwright father, David, proud. Over the course of a boozy evening, Ella and David deliberate over whether to read the reviews of her Off-Broadway debut...and things unravel from there.Editing, reporting lead to dream job
About 25 minutes after my job interview, and five minutes after finishing the paperwork to get on payroll, I was on my way to report my first story for The Daily Evergreen, "A billion reasons to celebrate," about the university raising copious amounts of donor money. While the story felt inconsequential, dumb and PR-laden at the time, it was the introduction to my second home in college.How to survive slow summers in Pullman
Summer is upon us, and for those who have grown accustomed to the small-town feel that Pullman provides, some may choose not to head home for three months. However, summers in Pullman can be some of the slowest months of the year.ID: Pullman Bus Routes to Change
May 02--Bus routes in Pullman are about to change dramatically, following a unanimous vote by the City Council approving the revamp Tuesday night. Pullman Transit Operations Supervisor Brad Rader said the new system will alter existing routes as well as create new routes, all without putting more buses on the road.Washington State OL Cole Madison taken by Green Bay Packers with...
Washington State Cougars offensive lineman Cole Madison celebrates senior night before the first half of a college football game on Saturday, November 4, 2017, at Martin Stadium in Pullman, Wash. WSU led 14-7 at the half.Alt-right provocateur James Allsup makes WSU appearance, advocates...
James Allsup, the controversial former president of the WSU College Republicans, again sparked protests on the Pullman campus this week when he appeared at a College Republican event as a member of the white supremacist group Identity Evropa. The self-stated goal of Identity Evropa "is to create a better world for people of European heritage - particularly in America," according to their website.The science behind 'the munchies': WSU researcher aims to help...
The rodent peered through half-squinted eyes at the world beyond its smoke-filled plastic chamber this week, a test that subject researchers in Pullman hope will help them kickstart the appetites of chronically ill people. "That's what I call a 'high' rat," said Jon Davis, an assistant professor of neuroscience at Washington State University.FFA plans Pullman plant adoption
Future Farmers of America Treasurer Aliya Dunlap, left, and President Hailey Penman show off the flowers that the club takes care of. Dunlap said the flower sale brings together students and locals from all over Pullman.
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