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A two-vehicle accident about 12:45 p.m. Friday at state Highway 26 and Colfax Airport Road sent two women to Whitman Hospital and Medical Center with... [Read More]
A giant chalkboard hangs over the kitchen of Palouse Juice in Moscow that reads, "Eat Good, Feel Good."That simple mantra has driven Toni Salerno-Baird to... [Read More]
All government offices will be closed and mail will not be delivered Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.The universities are closed, and... [Read More]
For the first time in its 44 years of operation, the Moscow Food Co-op is expanding.On Thursday, the popular local and organic food destination introduced... [Read More]
Harriet Dodgen passed away Jan. 6, 2018, six weeks after the death of her husband, Harold Dodgen. They would have celebrated their 73rd wedding anniversary... [Read More]
Eagles snatching up children and small pets and farm animals stretches back in folklore as long as there have been folk to lore about it.The... [Read More]
When my mom died, I had to decide what to do with a large drawer full of pristine notecards and postcards she'd accumulated. She'd written... [Read More]
Tali, almost 8Seattle, Wash.Dear Tali,We can make glass in factories, and we can find it in nature. Some volcanoes make glass. When they spew out…... [Read More]
The Moscow Giving Circle has announced it hopes to distribute $20,000 in 2018 to groups or coalitions of groups on the theme of "Inclusivity: Expanding... [Read More]
Joseph W. Bolden, 82, of Deary, died Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, at St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston. Short's Funeral Chapel of Moscow is... [Read More]
Donna Mae Poor passed peacefully into the arms of the Lord (she was all about hugging) on Dec. 17, 2017, at Bishop Place in Pullman.... [Read More]
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and the Wild and Scenic National Rivers System. This historic piece of... [Read More]
In the future, Washington may be known as the almond state.That title currently belongs to California, but almond farmers there were forced to tear out... [Read More]
With all due respect to the Democrats in charge on the state level, they really cannot blame Republicans for any of the problems they perceive... [Read More]
The Pullman 2040 steering committee, which has been meeting for two years, is ready to announce dozens of projects, which, if completed, could each have... [Read More]
Claire and Peter Roise have found a passion for bringing awareness to a difficult topic that many people are reluctant to even discuss. Over the... [Read More]
Joseph Groves served 26 years in the U.S. Navy, but it could have been much shorter.He said he really didn't enjoy his first two years... [Read More]
Mateja Loncar, a Pullman resident and Slovenian national, will discuss the history and culture of Slovenia in a presentation 5:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Moscow... [Read More]