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 By LUCAS WALSH    News    August 24, 2023

Fire command, camp take over middle school

CHENEY — With a fire comes the need for a command post and camp to house firefighters and their support crews. For the Gray Fire, Northwest Incident Management Team No. 7, a Southeast Washington response team, set up operations at Cheney Middle S...

 
 By Lucas Walsh    News    May 11, 2023

Sprague school district receives $5 million for upgrades

SPRAGUE — The School District will receive $5 million to upgrade aging systems. The funds will come from the state biennial capital budget. The grant funds are earmarked for repairing the roof as well as the heating, ventilation and air conditions s...

 
 By Lucas Walsh    Sports    May 4, 2023

Funding for Palouse to Cascades trail approved

OLYMPIA — The governor’s proposed 2023-25 state capital budget, which included a nearly $2.5 million funding ward for the Palouse to Cascades Trail from Malden to Kenova, passed April 22. Acc...

 
 By Lucas Walsh    News    May 4, 2023

Volunteers help Malden resident with new home

MALDEN - Volunteers of Masonic lodges from Waverly and Spokane helped a resident set her new manufactured home on its foundations on April 29. Professionals from two contracting companies donated...

 
 By Lucas Walsh    News    January 26, 2023

Remains of homicide victim found near Ewan

EWAN – The remains of a human male were uncovered off Gene Webb Rd. near Ewan and Rock Lake by Spokane County Major Crimes detectives, Jan. 15. According to Spokane County district court documents, t...

 

False spring? Maybe not this time

You’ve heard it said in the Pacific Northwest that, during the winter, we see a long stretch of bleak weather followed by a temporary rise in temperatures around mid-January, a “false winter” as it is...

 

Onward and upward

As the dawn of a new year approaches, it is important to pause and take stock of ourselves, and of the many mercies and comforts we enjoy. After all, “Gratitude,” Cicero said, “is not the great...

 
 By Lucas Walsh    News    December 1, 2022

Farmington Bank funds safe despite bankruptcy

FARMINGTON – Cryptocurrency exchange company FTX has filed for bankruptcy, and its stake in Farmington Bank may be redistributed. In March of 2022, an FTX entity, Alameda Research, made an $11.5 million equity investment in Farmington Bank, 103 N. Fi...

 

To Covet the Past: A Post-Election Epistle to the Contemplative

“Never has our future been more unpredictable, never have we depended so much on political forces that cannot be trusted to follow the rules of common sense and self-interest – forces that look lik...

 

On The Moral Advantages of a Free Press Being Necessary For the Survival of a Free People

It it not enough for a mode of disseminating information to be free from governmental oversight, or to be nearly completely unfettered by law; it must be inspired, if not wholly instructed by and...

 

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