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Redefining gift giving, local charities
The holiday season is known as a time of giving, which, as Dianne Daley Laursen points out, can be particularly stressful on a college budget.
Annual Palouse food drive hopes to collect 43,000 pounds of food
For the ninth year in a row, volunteers will attempt to break their own record and collect 43,000 pounds of food in the annual Palouse …
High school student organizes Thanksgiving dinner for Palouse community for second year in a row
Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks and share a meal in the company of others, which is why 16-year-old Annarose …
Moscow police consider adopting an amnesty policy
It’s a crisis situation — an underage student has alcohol poisoning and needs medical attention immediately. Instead of seeking help, however, the thoughts of the student or the friends …
Student organization to hold winter clothing exchange
To prepare for the winter season, the University of Idaho Non-traditional Student Association (NTSA) and University Housing teamed up to host the Warm Up for Winter Community Clothing Swap. …
Buffalo Wild Wings, Jimmy Johns coming to Moscow soon
Moscow is a town of many appeals, one of them being its local, small-town flavor.
“Moscow’s local places provide a great atmosphere,” said George Skandalos, owner of Sangria …
Where to vote, how to register on Election Day in Moscow
Millions of Americans will head to their local voting booths Tuesday to voice their opinions and vote in the midterm elections. Latah County residents will …
Voter friendly app to ease voting process, endorsed by Ysursa
According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2012 “Young-Adult voting” report, American voters of ages 18 to 24 are the least likely group to show up at …
Monday Oct., 20
1:03 p.m. 500 block North Washington St.
Report of a burglary at a residence. There was a broken window. A report was taken.
Friday, Oct. 3
2:04 a.m. 100 block South Jackson Street
Caller reported intoxicated people outside his apartment woke him up. Officers responded and were unable to locate subjects. No report was taken.
Schools’ bathrooms closed due to improper floor construction
The Moscow School District is still working to complete construction projects that delayed the start of the 2014 academic year, and has closed down half of the bathrooms …
Submissions of poetry and visual works welcomed for F-Word Live poetry slam
The University of Idaho’s Women’s Center is promoting the F-word, but not the same four-letter word that typically comes to mind.
Jill Powell said not everyone is able to fix up their home, and that’s why University of Idaho students have taken the lead.
The nationally recognized living and lifestyle website Livability.com ranked Moscow No. 8 out of the 10 best college towns to live in — citing opportunities for creativity, social interaction and recreational pursuits.
The Northwest is on fire.
Aaron Ribble found out just a few months ago, His two-year-old daughter Katie has spinal muscular atrophy, or SMA.
Education was a big topic at the Idaho Democratic State Convention this past weekend, specifically the drive to make it the No. 1 priority in Idaho.
College students have become the latest victims of employer and Internet fraud, according to John Mangiantini, manager for employer relations and communications at the University of Idaho Career Center.
Sitting outside of Starbucks, it is easy to see that summer made its way to campus — bulldozers, jackhammers and hard hats included.
The Himalayan Chai Society is a local company dedicated to making good chai tea and doing humanitarian work.
Victory for the pooches — City Council votes in favor of making Mountain View Park an off-leash area for dogs, but expresses concern
The Moscow City Council voted unanimously to designate the field area of Mountain View Park as an off-leash area for dogs Monday.
The United Way of Moscow reached the deadline earlier this week for accepting applications for local businesses and nonprofit organizations willing to partner with them for 2015.
Monday, April 21
Memories of Minidoka — Photojournalist Teresa Tamura visits campus, presents stories of Japanese internment
Robert “Bob” Sato was 16 when Pearl Harbor was bombed, and shortly thereafter, Executive Order 9066 was signed into action.
Trouble once again spawned for the Moscow Community Playfields Project, when bids for the construction of the district-owned property came in much higher than what city officials anticipated.