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FacOps golf tournament funds scholarships

Photos by Tim Marsh, WSU Today.     PULLMAN – Nearly $10,000 was raised for WSU student scholarships during the second annual Jess Ford of Pullman Hardhat Classic Golf Tournament.   Sponsored by Facilities Operations as a benefit for the FacOps Scholarship Fund, the 18-hole open-to-the-public event at Palouse Ridge Golf Club was held Aug. 14. […]

Palouse Ridge hosting USGA amateur qualifier

PULLMAN – WSU’s Palouse Ridge Golf Club will host Washington state’s U.S. Golf Association’s 2010 Amateur Sectional Qualifying round on Aug. 3.   Seventy-two golfers from Washington State will be competing for three spots in the 110th U.S. Amateur Championship hosted by Chambers Bay Golf Course in University Place, Washington, from Aug. 23-29.    Related: Tickets for the […]

Register now for Hardhat Classic Golf Tourney

Above l-r, Jordan Bowker, 2010-2011 WSU Facilities Operations scholarship recipient; Andrew Seaman of Jess Ford of Pullman; and Steve Westbrook, FacOps scholarship committee chair, pose at Palouse Ridge Golf Club with a Ford 2010 F150 XLT Super Cab 4wd pickup truck, the tourney’s hole-in-one prize which is sponsored by the dealership. Caitlyn Dimock, the other scholarship […]

News topics — $50M building; sirens; basketball

Following are links to several recent media articles regarding a $50M WSU building; sirens/loud speakers on campus; the new women’s basketball coach; and Virginia Tech tragedy: * The Columbian — Washington State University plans emergency sirens, * Spokane Journal of Business — $50 Million WSU project could start this summer, * Seattle Times […]

Links to WSU related news from around the region

* SPOKANE — Nurse practitioners and student trainees help patients throughout region with little ability, via the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile. (July 14, 2004, The Spokesman-Review)* TACOMA — Produce farmers in the Puyallup Valley are under double stress from low market prices and rising farming costs, which is driving out a long-standing Japanese American farming tradition. (July 14, 2004, The Tacoma Tribune) *  VANCOUVER — Anticipated expansion of Washington […]