More Murrow News Stories PUYALLUP, WASH- The Washington State Fair was founded back in the year 1900. At that time, there were no roller coasters, concerts or fried dough, but animals, agriculture, and a sense of community. In 2020, the Fair readies itself for their 120th anniversary with planned parties, new rides and a concert… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH.– Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport prepped terminal and aircrafts for COVID-19 virus by implementing CDC posters and hand sanitizer stations throughout the facility. Tony Bean, executive director for  Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, has credited the readiness of the airport to the extensive outreach programs. “I traveled through Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH. – Downtown Pullman could potentially see some new developments, depending on city council approval. On February 25, the Pullman City Council voted to approve the “Downtown Master Plan” at their weekly meeting. The plan details different beautification efforts, pedestrian crosswalk and sidewalk improvements, as well as a change Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH. – The 2019 Novel-Coronavirus has infected thousands, killed hundreds, and spreading to more countries by the day. Wuhan, China, W-S-U Senior Shuyi Wu, or Lillian as she goes by in America, has been attending school in the United States since 2014, but often visits her home in Hunan Province… Read More
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