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The vision for a law program in Boise started in 2005 at the University of Idaho with a strategic planning committee. In 2010, that goal came to fruition as the UI College of Law set …
In 2003, a Spokane-area 13-year-old leaped off a busy freeway overpass to her death. Later that year, another Spokane student planned to commit suicide by being shot by police after bringing a gun to school.
A day to celebrate the future — Moscow celebrates Arbor Day by planting trees, informing the public of the benefits of trees
Trees offer many values to society, both financially and psychologically, said David Rauk of the Moscow Tree Commission while addressing citizens April 26 for Arbor Day.
Student dies during weekend
A member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound sometime between Thursday night and Friday afternoon.
Monday, April 22
1:43 p.m. 2470 West Pullman Rd., Walmart: Caller was out of gas and requested assistance.
City legal in transition phrase – Mayor appoints new city attorney after the resignation of Randy Fife
After nearly a month of searching, the Moscow City Council approved a replacement for city attorney Randy Fife – who resigned from his position last month – Monday night.
A nationwide search for the new city …
The American Civil Liberties Union of Idaho hosted a discussion on civil rights and privacy in the age of social media for students in the University of Idaho Menard College of Law courtroom Monday.
In an effort to inspire political activism in community members’ lives, the Palouse Liberty Project is organizing a rally today to support gun rights in America.
Buy Local Moscow will host BrewFest 2013 this month and encourage people to merge sustainability, responsibility and community spirits.
The call went out at 10:31 a.m. March 22. Within 10 minutes the courtroom filled with supporters on both sides eager to hear the verdict. Six officers in uniform lined the back walls, two in …
The City of Moscow is making plans to create or upgrade 13 pedestrian curb ramps along State Highways 8 and 95.
The Moscow City Council is considering the approval of the Safe Community Offender Accountability Program.
BookPeople of Moscow celebrated the release of Robert Wrigley’s “Anatomy of Melancholy & Other Poems” Monday night.
The Moscow City Council will consider an ordinance to prohibit discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation in employment and housing on April 1.
UI Law School bridges culture gap – Idaho law school courtroom first non-ivy league university to host Navajo Nation Supreme Court for oral argument
The University of Idaho Law School became the first non-ivy league university to host the Navajo Nation Supreme Court March 21.
It’s been 15 years since the City of Moscow has attempted any significant effort to beautify its entryways. Now, Bill Belknap, community development director for the City of Moscow, said the Moscow City Council seeks …
Former University of Idaho student Jesse Vierstra awaits his March 18 trial after being charged with one count of felony rape at a Sigma Chi party Oct. 6.
The City of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission’s Call for Public Artists will have people looking at the ground.
Stocked with items from produce to peanut butter, the Moscow Food Co-op is celebrating its 40th anniversary of providing organic and locally-produced fare in Moscow.
Erica Wagner has been the Co-op’s outreach and education coordinator since …
Homeless families in the Moscow-Pullman area are all but invisible, but Bruce Pitman said the problem most definitely isn’t.
The Idaho Transportation Department listed public safety as its number one reason for improving U.S. Highway 95.
After 10 years of project delay, debaters on both sides of the U.S. Highway 95 re-route south of Moscow agree it is time to stop analyzing and make a decision.
Tuesday, Feb. 19
9:04 a.m. Troy Road, Tesoro: Caller reported two abandoned bicycles on the property.
It is no secret that Propositions 1, 2 and 3, commonly known as “Luna Laws,” were killed with a majority vote in the November elections, but now Republican lawmakers are hoping to bring parts of …
While few would argue the necessity to protect civil rights, some would suggest civil homosexual unions weren’t a matter of rights, but morality. Two conservative Christians will explore the impact and value of homosexual marriage …