More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – “I collect mainly from two areas,” Jason Shull said, a Pullman rock enthusiast, “they come from Washington and Idaho. I go on big walks and hikes and kick rocks over and try to determine what material might end up being good and what ends up being what we call… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – It has been a tough, trying year for people around the world. The Pullman Police Department is one such group that has had a lot on their plate this last year. COVID-19 has added a lot of work stress to the already stressful job of being an officer.… Read More
In Palouse, Wash., farmers, university professors, retirees, conservatives and liberals all work side-by-side to build disturbing sets. “Just talking about our everyday lives at the end of the day, when we're done building for the day,” one volunteers said. “It’s probably brought me a lot closer to with people that I probably wouldn’t have interacted this close with here Read More
https://youtu.be/EIzkMaMkcFo   Pullman- Fans began to gather at Village Center Cinemas several hours prior to the first showing of Avengers endgame on Thursday of last week. Endgame is the culmination of over 20 movies in produced by marvel over the last decade. The highly anticipated event had the attention of not only Pullman, but fans… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN – Earlier this month flash flooding on Grand avenue left businesses in tractor town square devastated. The owners of those business are left starting the difficult process of rebuilding. The flash floods were caused by a combination of above average water levels in the Missouri Flat creek that runs along… Read More
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