June 24, 2024

  • Newspaper deliveries may be delayed

    Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX -- Home and PO Box newspapers deliveries may be a day late due to Post Offices and other government buildings being closed Wednesday, June 19, for the Juneteenth holiday. If patrons have not received their Whitman County Gazette by 3 p.m., Friday, June 21, please feel free to contact us at...

  • Wind turbine project moves forward

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX - Plans for the possible development of a proposed wind turbine farm project Harvest Hills near Kamiak Butte are moving forward, with pushback from Whitman County residents. Harvest Hills Project Director Shane Roche said that the project is on track and the company plans to submit their application for permit to the county at the end of this year or the beginning of 2025. "We are excited to protect and preserve family farms, ensure that Whitman County becomes prosperous and work with...

  • Nisqually fire contained

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette

    COLTON - A fire started at Nisqually John Landing was completely contained the morning of Sunday, June 16, with no structures lost. According to a final update from Sunday, June 16, all roads were opened and Snake River was opened. Firefighters were called to battle a canyon fire on Wawawai Road near Nisqually John Landing at approximately 8:38 a.m., Friday, June 14, approximately 7 miles southwest of the town of Colton. According to a press release from the State Fire Marshall's Office, state...

  • Possible cougar snatches lamb

    Olivia Harnack, Whitman County Gazette

    PULLMAN — According to Washington State University (WSU) a potential cougar attack may have killed as many as five spring lambs at WSU’s barn facilities. One lamb was found dead with four lambs still missing. According to Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife Communications Manager Staci Lehman, the lamb that was found dead was thought to be killed over the weekend, but the other four went missing on Monday, June 10. “We had gotten a report last week with one that was found dead and four that had gone missing. We had staff and...

  • Colfax golf carts stolen

    Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX -- Three golf carts were stolen on Sunday, June 16, from the Colfax Golf Course. According to the Whitman County Sheriff's Office, the case is under investigation. "The golf course and the golf carts. We're not the only ones. Odessa was hit on May 30, two carts got stolen out of there. There's some other Golf Courses up north that have had this, so I know that there's a lot of people working on this. It's unfortunate. We got three golf carts and golf clubs taken from our people down...

  • Council discusses chickens, roads and stolen golf carts

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX — The City Council held its monthly city council meeting Monday, June 17, discussing the good of the city, chicken ordinance, department updates and public comment about road issues. During discussion of the good of the city, City Administrator Chris Mathis said that the Association had their national check-in this month. “They’re doing really well compared to a lot of Main Street association all across the United States,” Mathis said. Mayor Jim Retzer agreed that it was good to hear how the downtown association was coming...

  • Whitman County hosts 118th WSACC conference

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette

    PULLMAN — Whitman County hosted the 118th Washington State Association of County Clerks (WSACC) summer conference for the first time this year. The summer conference took place Tuesday, June 18, through tomorrow Friday, June 21, in Pullman. The conference brings elected clerks from each of the 39 counties for a week of education and networking and were able to explore the highlights of the Palouse after hours. “Clerks are challenged each year to remain up to date on newly passed legislation that impacts the state’s Superior Courts,...

  • Webb's Slough

    Roger Harnack

  • Sprint boats hit Webb's Slough

    The Gazette, Whitman County Gazette

    ST. JOHN — Thousands of sprint boat race fans braved what felt like four seasons of weather on Saturday, June 15, to watch the high-speed action at Webb's Slough. A cold wind blew as rain hit the slough early in the day, followed by a break in the weather with blue skies. Throughout most of the day, the temperature hovered in the mid-40s, prompting spectators to don coats and wrap themselves in blankets in the blustery weather. The cold weather brings increased air density, which helped several teams log sub-39 second times. The No. 86...

  • Bullsharks ready to swim

    Matthew Strissel, Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX –– Summer is heating up, and so are the Colfax Bullsharks, as the swim season approaches. Currently there are 26 swimmers registered on the team with several talented athletes returning from last year, according to head coach Janni Burt. The first practice of the season was held Monday, June 17. “(I look forward to) just seeing the kids again,” Burt said. “They’re always so eager to work and improve themselves.” The first swim meet of the season is scheduled to be Tuesday, July 9, in Endicott. Leaving little time to rest,...

  • Slippery Gulch fishing derby results posted

    Olivia Harnack, Whitman County Gazette

    TEKOA — The annual festivities for Battle Days kicked off early on Monday, June 10, with the annual children’s fishing derby. This year, 49 children cast their lines into Hangman Creek, hoping to catch a fish. The ages for those competing ranged from 0-12 years old. Here are the results: 0-3 years old, 1st Karly Johnson, 2nd Max Moore, 3rd Beau Fink; 4-6 years old, 1st Kylie Johnson, 2nd Walker Sperber, 3rd Kate Blank; 7-9 years old, 1st Luna Hay, 2nd Sydney Monroy, 3rd Ivy Sczenski; 10-12 years old, 1st Reyson Ramirez, 2nd Bridger...

  • Booster Club spotlights best free throwers

    Olivia Harnack, Whitman County Gazette

    TEKOA — Tekoa Booster Club hosted its annual basketball free throw contest during the festivities of Slippery Gulch on Saturday, June 15. The contest brought the community together to take shots at the downtown basketball hoops. Winners were organized by grade school, middle school, high school, adult and most consecutive free-throws made. Here are the results of the competition: Grade School Winners (2nd-5th grade) 1st Connor Sperber, 2nd Ruby Smith, 3rd Hazel Smith; Middle School Winners (6th-8th grade) 1st Violet Smith, 2nd Ryker French,...

  • Runners race to finish line at Slippery Gulch

    Olivia Harnack, Whitman County Gazette

    TEKOA — Runners from across the county filled the street in town as the annual Fun Run commenced on Saturday, June 10, in celebration of Slippery Gulch. The fun run took runners down Henkle Street through downtown Tekoa on Crosby Street. Runners raced across the roadways until making it to Tekoa’s Trestle. A turnaround point was just across for those only running the 2-mile, but for those continuing on for the 5-mile run, the path continued through the Palouse to Cascades trail. According to Slippery Gulch Committee Member Mary Marsh,...

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  • With Paid Family and Medical Leave finances still troubled, payroll tax likely to increase

    Elizabeth New, Washington Policy Center

    Who could have predicted this? A lot of us. The number of people tapping the taxpayer-provided Paid Family and Medical Leave fund is increasing every year. The paid-leave program, abbreviated PFML, was launched in 2020. It imposes a tax on employers and workers, whether or not the workers paying in ever use the program. The money collected is used to allow some workers taxpayer-paid time off of work if they have a serious health condition, need to care for people or want to bond with a new...

  • Trail Life has anti-woke scouting program

    Family Policy Institute of Washington

    You may have heard the news that the beloved Boy Scouts organization is rebranding for the sake of inclusion. Their new name is “Scouting America,” which allows not only all girls, but the so-called “transgendered” girls who think they are boys. The rebrand includes a concerted effort to recruit more LGBT members in the organization. This shift is a direct result of the dominance of the so-called “woke culture.” Why, you may ask, is this shift necessary? After all, girls who are interested in becoming scouts could just as easily...

  • Jim Repp and "The Record"

    If stats could have been kept at Bronings, now Corbeill’s Funeral Home, of whose name appeared on the top line of the book in the Visitation Room of this facility, most of us would know the answer immediately: our old and recently departed friend, Jim Repp. It was uncanny how he could do that and of course he wasn’t interested in any record. I believe he did what he did to show the family, other friends, former or present colleagues, etc. his friendship and thankfulness for knowing the deceased. Or maybe Jim didn’t know the deceased at...

  • Class of 2024 Scholarship Awards

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX — Graduated high school seniors across the county worked hard to apply for schools and plan their upcoming future steps receiving several scholarships to achieve their goals. Colfax graduate John Bodey received the American Legion Scholarship for $1,000. Scholarships received by Colfax graduate Paige Claassen included a Colfax Thrifty Grandmother’s Scholarship for $1,000, Robert Jolin Osborne Scholarship for $2,000, and the Steve Luther Scholarship for $500. Hailey Demler received the Colfax Masonic Lodge Scholarship for $500, an...

  • Solar farm no longer advancing

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX — A solar farm project proposed to the Whitman County Planning Commission in December of last year stopped advancing in May of this year. The solar and energy storage project through Vesper Energy, was titled Daystar Renewable Energy and was a 560-acre, 100-megawatt solar farm, with lithium-ion battery storage for five to ten acres. Vesper Energy Community Affairs Manager Alex Rohr said that the project will no longer being advancing in Whitman County. “Utility-scale energy projects require years of research and planning to...

  • Tekoa Slippery Gulch

    Olivia Harnack, Whitman County Gazette

    TEKOA - The festivities of Slippery Gulch were not deterred by cold weather, rain or hail on Saturday, June 15. This year, many new records were broken. According to Slippery Gulch Committee Member Mary Marsh, the Chamber of Commerce Breakfast had the most attendees in recent years, with over 200 people in attendance. In addition, the Fun Run had the most participants in the past ten years. The Grand Parade also broke a record with 49 entries participating in the parade. "We had the most parade...

  • Senior Menus

    Whitman County Gazette

    Colfax Thursday, June 20 Chicken salad on a croissant, carrot and raisin salad, fresh vegetables, sliced pears, lemon cream cheese bars. Monday, June 24 Chef salad with tomato, ham, turkey, cucumber, cheese, and hard boiled egg; roll with butter; cottage cheese with fruit; german chocolate cake. Colton Wednesday, June 2 Pancakes with fruit topping, scrambled eggs with salsa, sausage, breakfast fruit. Palouse Wednesday, June 26 Chef salad with tomato, ham, turkey, cucumber, cheese, and hard boiled egg; multi grain bread; cottage cheese with...

  • Colfax Chamber of Commerce June Mixer a success

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX - Chamber members, business owners and residents gathered at the Cellar to network for the June Colfax Chamber of Commerce mixer on Thursday, June 13. The event started out with people trickling into the Cellar, grabbing a drink and gathering a plate food from the tables while mingling. "It's a good event. Different people here than the last one," said Chamber President Gary Young. Before a game of business Bingo kicked off, Young thanked all those who attended for being there and listed...

  • Annual Books and Brews this weekend

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette

    MOSCOW — The Palouse Writers Guild is announcing the winners of the Palouse Writers Guild annual writing contests this Saturday, June 22, with their fifth annual Books and Brews event. The event will start at 4 p.m., closing at 6 p.m., with an announcement of the winners of the writing contests at the 1912 Center, 412 East 3rd Street, in Moscow. The free family-friend event will feature twelve participating authors willing to meet the public and autograph books. Participating authors include Annette Pimentel, Cathay Reta, Chris Bieker,...

  • Bank Left Gallery showing opening

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette

    PALOUSE — The Bank Left Gallery is hosting an opening reception this weekend from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 22, featuring the work of artist Daniel Kiessling. Kiessling was a Washington State University Alumnus and Pullman artist who passed away Jan. 17, 2024. “This talented and gifted artist was taken away from us too soon,” said Gallery owner Nelson Duran, “Now his art legacy and talent live on through his paintings.” Bank Left Gallery will be featuring approximately 1,000 curated works ranging from painting of the...

  • Route 27: From Here to There, and Vice Versa

    Dana Clemens, Guest Columnist

    GARFIELD -- Buried within the brief section of Route 27 that connects Garfield and Palouse is a mystery: For some reason, the road sign from Garfield lists the distance to Palouse as 8 miles, while the sign from Palouse declares the distance to Garfield as 10 miles. Whatever the distance, the road is a scenic paradise. Beyond the rolling hills encompassing thousands of acres of cultivated land are railroad tracks, the meandering Palouse River, rock formations, trees, barns, and grazing cattle. As if that wasn’t enough, the changing seasons...

  • Quilts of Valor

    Whitman County Gazette

  • Rosalia awards students

    Mike Day, Gazette Correspondent

    ROSALIA - An Elementary Awards Assembly was held last week. Elementary students were recognized for their academic achievements including the PAW awards or Positive, respectful, school-spirit, going above and beyond. Other awards included the achievement in math and reading for spending more than 10 months of growth throughout the year; work ethic; and the PAW award meeting all three areas including positive, achievement, work ethic. Other awards included physical education, and attendance...

  • Maui volunteer presents Sunday

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX — The Church of the Nazarene is hosting a presentation on volunteer work that the Pukalani Church of the Nazarene has done in Maui, Hawaii. The presentation will take place at 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 16, at the Colfax Church of the Nazarene, 1103 North Morton Street. Organizer Dylan Nails will give updates on everything that is going on. “We’re currently building housing,” Nails said, noting that they are trying to build as many as they can to fight the housing crisis in Maui. “We have got a lot of support from Whitman County...

  • Elaine Gayle Crane

    Elaine Gayle Crane

    Whitman County Gazette

    Elaine Gayle Crane, 74, of Huntington Beach, California, passed away on June 10, 2024, in Garfield, Washington, with her family by her side. Elaine was born on September 25th, 1949, to Beverly and Thomas Alexander in Long Beach, California. Elaine had three siblings, Sandi, Jeanette and Wally. In 1987 Elaine married the love of her life Ron Crane. Ron and Elaine began their marriage in their hometown of Huntington Beach, California, where they would raise their children. Elaine was so proud... Full story

  • Sandra Kay Morasch

    Sandra Kay Morasch

    Whitman County Gazette

    Sandra Kay Morasch, 72, went home to be with the Lord on Monday, May 14, 2024, after a long battle of heart problems and other health ailments at Methodist Germantown in Germantown, Tenn. She was born to the late Gwendolyn Aiken and Wayne Aiken on July 9, 1951, in Spokane, Washington. Sandy was a graduate of North Central High School in Spokane, Wash. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Gregory Walter Morasch. Greg passed away in 2015 and she has longed for their joyful reunion as... Full story

  • Death Notice: Paul Bilderback

    Whitman County Gazette

    Paul Bilderback Paul Bilderback, Steptoe resident, passed away in Colfax on June 13, 2024. A military graveside service will be held in Steptoe at a later date. Corbeill funeral home in Colfax is caring for the... Full story

  • David Earl FitzGerald

    David Earl FitzGerald

    Whitman County Gazette

    David Earl FitzGerald passed away June 13, 2024, in St. John. He was 71. David was born July 6, 1952, in Colfax, Wash., to Robert and Edna (Koch) FitzGerald. He was a lifelong resident of St. John, graduating from St. John High School in 1971 and he went on to work in the community in one form or another for the next 53 years. In high school, David played football and was awarded All County Center his senior year. He was also the County Free Throw Champion freshman and junior year. In 1982,... Full story

  • Carol Christine Jorstad

    Whitman County Gazette

    Carol Christine Jorstad, 92, of Pullman, Wash., passed away June 6, 2024, at the Memory Villas at Bishop Place in Pullman. Carol was born August 17, 1931 in Colton, Wash., to Joseph & Beatrice (Meyer) Busch. She grew up in Colton and later graduated from Mary Cliff Catholic High School in Spokane, Wash. She married Morris Kopf in April of 1950. They moved to the family farm in 1952, operating the farm until 1962. Carol and Morris later divorced and she moved to Pullman. Carol married Sigvart... Full story

  • Service Notice: Tara Vern Tribbett

    Tara Vern Tribbett A celebration of life for Tara Vern Tribbett is on Friday, June 28th, 2024 at the Lumberyard Food & Event Hall in Pullman, WA at 3:00 PM. Family and friends are invited to attend to honor her memory... Full story

  • Service Notice: Wayne Brannon

    Wayne Brannon Friends and family are invited to join a graveside service at 2 p.m. on June 28, 2024, for Wayne Brannon at the Colfax... Full story

  • Linda Jean Mount

    Linda Jean Mount

    Our beloved daughter, sister, wife, mother and grandmother, Linda Hames Mount went to be with her Lord and Savior on November 28, 2023. She died from the complications of colon cancer. Linda was born to Ken and Veva Jean Hames April 28, 1954. She was raised in Rosalia, Wash. As a young girl, Linda was very active in 4-H. She raised lambs for the Palouse Empire Fair in Colfax as well as entered many sewing projects, canned goods and baked goods. In high school Linda participated in choir, FHA... Full story

  • Service Notice: Elizabeth "Liz" Folsom

    Elizabeth “Liz” Folsom Family & friends of Liz’s are invited to a Celebration of Life at the Colfax Golf Course Community Building Friday, June 21st 2-4pm. All are invited to stop by and share a story or just say “Hi.” Snacks will be served. Stay and socialize or just say... Full story

  • Donna Lynn King

    Donna Lynn King

    It is with beyond sadness in our hearts, that our family announces the sudden and unexpected loss of daughter and sister, 63 year old Donna Lynn King (formally Kraft) of Tekoa, Wash., on June 8, 2024. Born November 15, 1960, widow of husband Duane King. Donna is survived by her mother, Janice Kraft of Mishawaka, Ind., sisters, Debbie Bussert of Cumming, Geo., Denise Kraft of Pompano Beach Flo., Dawn Kraft of Syracuse Ind., brother, Doug Kraft of Los Angeles, Calif., and stepson Michael King of... Full story

  • Jail Log

    Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX — The Whitman County Jail reported the following individuals booked from June 11 to June 16: June 11 Chester William Pitner, 53, knowingly possessing fentanyl, knowingly possessing methamphetamine. $1,000 bond or $1,000 cash bail through District Court. June 12 David Anthony Tyner, 25, DUI, knowingly possessing meth, driving while license suspended 3 rd degree. $1,250 bond or $1,250 cash bail through District Court. Matthew Michael Allgaier, 41, controlled substance amphetamine/meth. Held without bail through Superior Court. Bradley...

  • Sheriff's Office

    Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX –- The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from June 11 to June 17: June 11 8:32 a.m.- North Mill Street, Sheriff’s Office, Colfax. Agency assist WSP with a transport. 10:36 a.m.- North Mill Street, Colfax. Sex offender registration. 10:43 a.m.- Pullman Airport Road, Pullman. Civil call. 10:51 a.m.- North Madison Street, Tekoa. Other law enforcement calls. 11:28 a.m.- Endicott Road, Endicott. Harassment. 4:54 p.m.- Pullman Airport Road, Pullman. Trespassing complaint. 6:04 p.m.- West Marjorie Court,...

  • Colfax Police

    Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX — The Whitman County Jail reported the following individuals booked from June 5 to June 10: June 5 12:22 p.m.- Civil standby East Canyon Street. 3:45 p.m.- Welfare check North Main Street. June 6 12:44 p.m.- Animal problem/complaint South Meadow Street. 2:35 p.m.- Agency assistance South Main Street. June 7 12:22 a.m.- Noise complaint North Park Street. 6:27 a.m.- Agency assistance East North Street. 1:15 p.m.- Fraud North Cedar Street. 1:18 p.m.- Stray dog South Main Street. 7:46 p.m.- Burglary/intrusion alarm West Walla Walla...

  • Land Transactions

    Whitman County Gazette

    COLFAX –- The Whitman County Assessor’s Office reported the following land transactions from May 24 to May 29 May 24 Aaron and Kelly Dunnington, Powell, Wyo., sold 1120 SW Meyer Drive, Pullman, Wash., to Nathan and Kristin Courtney, Pullman, Wash., parcel 1-1563-00-00-12-0000, selling price $600,000, Warranty Deed. Shelley and Paul Shuerman, Colfax, Wash., sold 3002 N Palouse Road, Colfax, Wash., to Paul Galewski and Jennifer Weathered, Colfax, Wash., selling price $450,000, Warranty Deed. Matthew and Kathleen Hightree, Trustees of The...


    Liz Powell, Whitman County Gazette

    NOTICE OF DETERMINATION OF NONSIGNIFICANCE (DNS) Whitman County Planning issued a Determination of Nonsignificance (DNS) under the State Environmental Policy Act Rules (Chapter 197-11 WAC) for the following project: A driveway crossing a flood plain to access a new residence from McGreevy Road in effect summer of 2024 in Section 15, Township 15N., Range 45E., W. M., Whitman County, Washington. After review of a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with us, the Planning Office has determined that this proposal will...


    Liz Powell, Whitman County Gazette

    NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the Town of Malden City Hall, located at 14 W. Moreland, Malden, Washington, up to the hour of 10:00 a.m. PST on Monday July 8, 2024, for the Malden Gravel Roads project and will then be opened and publicly read. The work involves the removal and replacement of damaged gravel roads with a bituminous coat (Otto Seal) applied on top of the new gravel roads in Malden, WA. The project includes both state and federal funding. A pre-bid meeting will not be held....


    Liz Powell, Whitman County Gazette

    PUBLIC NOTICE ORDINANCE NO. 494-N AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF GARFIELD, WASHINGTON, amending Ordinance No. 492-N, thereby revising the Current Expense Reserve Fund (002), set forth in the 2024 Annual Budget for the Town of Garfield. THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF GARFIELD does ordain as follows: SECTION 1. Ordinance No. 492-N, adopting the “2024 Annual Budget for the Town of Garfield, Washington is hereby amended to include those particular budget revisions set forth in Section 2, below. SECTION 2. Estimated resources, including fund...


    Liz Powell, Whitman County Gazette

    NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Variance Application VAR-24-02 Alperin Parking Reduction NOTICE is hereby given that the Pullman Hearing Examiner will hold a public hearing on Monday, July 15, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. to consider Zoning Code Variance Application VAR-24-02. The hearing will be held virtually; join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://meetings.ringcentral.com/j/1496454108. Case VAR-24-02 involves a request by Deb and Mike Alperin to reduce the number of required parking stalls from 6 to 4 for a duplex on the property at 1305 NE...


    Liz Powell, Whitman County Gazette

    2023-2024 PALOUSE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 301 GENERAL FUND BUDGET EXTENSION A budget extension of the Palouse School District 301 2023-24 General Fund Budget will be proposed at the June 27th board meeting to approve revenues and expenditures due to the increase in grant activities and rising costs at the school which will require an increase in revenues of two hundred eighty-one thousand dollars ($281,000) and an increase in appropriation of three hundred seventy-three thousand dollars ($373,000). Copies of the proposed budget extension will be...


    Liz Powell, Whitman County Gazette

    PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW 11.40.030) IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WHITMAN No. 24-4-00090-38 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF STEPHEN BENJAMIN BRAVARD, Deceased. The Personal Representative named below has been appointed as Personal Representative of this Estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to...


    Liz Powell, Whitman County Gazette

    PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS (RCW.11.40.030) IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WHITMAN No. 24-4-00091-38 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CHERYL A. MCCOSKEY, Deceased The Personal Representative named below has been appointed as Personal Representative of this Estate. Any person having a claim against the decedent must, before the time the claim would be barred by any otherwise applicable statute of limitations, present the claim in the manner as provided in RCW 11.40.070 by serving on or mailing to the...


    Liz Powell, Whitman County Gazette

    SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION Superior Court of Washington, County of Whitman Case No. 24-2-00163-38 ROCK LAKE CONSERVATION DISTRICT, Petitioner. The State of Washington to the residents of Whitman County residing within the Rock Lake Conservation District’s boundaries, You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this Summons, to-wit, within sixty (60) days after the 6th day of June, 2024, and defend the above-entitled action in the above-entitled court and answer the Petition of the...


    Liz Powell, Whitman County Gazette

    PUBLIC NOTICE A board seat on the Rock Lake Conservation District is available for a vacant elected position on the Board of Supervisors. Conservation district board supervisors are public officials who serve without compensation and set policy and direction for the conservation district. An applicant must be a registered voter within the boundaries of the Rock Lake Conservation District and may be required to own land or operate a farm. To apply please email your letter of interest to admin@rocklakecd.org. The letter of interest must be...