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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.
BOISE — As the legislative session draws near to its March 21 goal, bills are being pushed through the House and Senate in multiples. Here’s a breakdown on which bills are moving to the desk …
With only seven days until Christmas, the 140 residents of the Syringa Mobile Home Park community received a notice from the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality that warned their tap water was no longer safe …
The University of Idaho Women’s Center expanded their traditional event, LunaFest, this year by accepting short films entered by local Moscow citizens and UI students.
BOISE — Senate Bill 1337, commonly called the “ag-gag” bill, passed through the House with a 56-14 vote Wednesday, and was signed into law by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter two days later.
Passing the torch — After six terms in office, County Clerk, Auditor and Recorder Susan Petersen will not seek re-election
Susan Petersen has worked as Latah County’s clerk, auditor and recorder since 1991. Recently, Petersen decided not to run for a seventh term, making 2014 her final year in office.
Modern living downtown— Turnstone Flats LLC, “green” living and business space, now open in downtown Moscow
A new apartment complex, Turnstone Flats LLC, is an energy efficient and historic building that offers its residents a convenient downtown location, beautifully designed space and a welcoming community. Or at least that’s what the …
BOISE — Area reporters gathered around cafe-style tables in a restaurant in downtown Boise Tuesday with pens poised, notepads ready and waited for the governor to speak.
The Moscow Farmers Market Commission presented their policy recommendations and goals for the coming year to the Moscow City Council Feb. 3, but not before a discrepancy appeared between the two groups.
There have been three vehicle thefts this past week on the University of Idaho campus and nearby communities.
The City of Moscow is currently researching possible solutions to cool its sewage in order to meet the requirements of the Clean Water Act of 1972, enforced by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Do you hear what I hear?—City of Moscow teams with Moscow and Pullman Chambers of Commerce radio workshop
Radio — it survived the television and the Internet.
In the 2012 presidential election, Latah County was one of the two democratic counties in all of Idaho.