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My Favorite Recipes: Meet Penny Gonzales

A graduate of Chimicum High School in Western Washington, Penny Gonzales has traveled far since her 2005 retirement from a 30-year teaching career. Gonzales studied English and theater at Whitworth...


Proprietor Witt-Miller: Cougar Country will be back 'stronger than ever'

After KXLY News in Spokane reported Friday an employee claimed Cougar Country, Pullman's beloved drive-in diner, was closing, the rumor hit social media with people who described themselves as...


Residents approve levies above legal cap

In a landmark election, Whitman County voters approved levies violating the state’s legal limit, continuing a precedent set by other school districts. School districts in Oakesdale and Colton each asked for programs and operations levies that are...

Dan Hart

Almota Elevator Co. marks 100 years of business

Two hundred years after Lewis and Clark camped along the Snake River, a grain-handling company that originated at the Port of Almota received Washington state's Century Corporation Certificate. In a...

Colten Todd

My Favorite Recipes: Meet Colten Todd

Colten Todd, a Spokane native and Whitman County transplant, spends his time cooking, hiking, reading, playing video games and cuddling with his pets. Todd attended Joel E. Ferris High School in...

 By Alysen Boston    News    February 7, 2019

Giant new Pullman complex will offer shuttle to WSU

With a private shuttle dropping them off on campus, future residents of the Hills on Grand, an off-campus student housing complex with an estimated $62 million value, will benefit from something no other Pullman rental agency has done yet. Pete...

 By Alysen Boston    News    February 7, 2019

Health director says mortality report not a concern on individual level

A new study by Washington State University's medical school in Spokane found higher mortality rates on the eastern side of the state, but health officials say the subject is a lot more complicated...

 By Alysen Boston    News    February 7, 2019

Pullman Chamber releases 2019 legislative agenda

In the first edition of the Pullman Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs Committee newsletter, the committee outlined its goals for the 2019 legislative agenda — the first time it has been shared outside of the chamber’s board and the...

Alysen Boston

My Favorite Recipes: Tomato-centric recipes

Ask any of my friends, and they will tell you I am crazy about tomato-based dishes, specifically spaghetti and chili. I love to eat raw tomatoes like they're apples – mushrooms and onions, too....


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