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  • Whitman County Prom on Saturday

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette|Apr 11, 2024

    COLFAX — Students are getting ready to promenade in 2024, with Prom hitting the Palouse from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. this Saturday, April 13, at the Palouse Empire Fairgrounds. The prom includes high school students from Colfax, Washtucna, LaCrosse, St. John/Endicott, Rosalia, Tekoa, Garfield-Palouse, Oakesdale and Colton. Colfax Junior Class Advisor Stacy Aune said that juniors across the county vote on what the theme for the year will be. This year’s theme is Meadows/Tangled. A “Rapunzel” and “Tangled” theme with lights and flowers. Aune said t...

  • Rosalia Garden Club receives $500

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette|Apr 11, 2024

    ROSALIA - The Rosalia Garden Club received awards to improve the community and receive new tools at its monthly meeting. The club met on Wednesday, April 3, with Rosalia Garden Club President Carley Dube presenting a $500 check to Rosalia Garden Club Treasurer Penni Barringer, from the Washington State Federation of Garden Club's Endowment Fund Project Grants Committee. Funds from the committee were awarded after the club had applied for a grant based on ways to enhance the Rosalia community...

  • Cruz Roja Mexicana - Emergency response in Mexico

    Justin Slatyon, Whitman County Gazette|Apr 11, 2024

    In Mexico, the medical emergency service that responds for any emergency call is a Cruz Roja Mexicana - Mexican Red Cross - ambulance team. This is also the case if a person needed to walk in for urgent emergency services. During our trip, our group split into two. One group would go with the Red Cross one day, the other to work with the firemen - bomberos. Our group would alternate on the following day so both could experience the local medical services. A paramedic named Alex, explained to...

  • Sheriff's Log

    Whitman County Gazette|Apr 11, 2024

    COLFAX – The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from April 2 – April 8: April 2 1:30 a.m.- North B Street, Albion. Suspicious person. 9:19 a.m.- 411 North Mill Street, Colfax. Fingerprints. 9:38 a.m.- Bauer Road, Uniontown. Burglary of two motorcycles. 11:58 a.m.- North Madison Street, Tekoa. Adult Protective Services. 12:15 p.m.- North I Street, Albion. Suspicious circumstances. 2:33 p.m.- West Front Street, across in dog park, Albion. Suspicious person. 2:46 p.m.- 411 North Mill Street, Colfax. Sex offen...

  • Timberwolves softball dominate

    Jake Hull, Whitman County Gazette|Apr 11, 2024

    TEKOA - The Tekoa-Rosalia Timberwolves entered the week as the fifth-best softball team for the 1B division. After dominating two games against Wellpinit, that ranking holds true. The first game saw Tekoa-Rosalia emerge victorious 11-4, with the second game ending 24-0, in favor of the Timberwolves. Both games were played on Tuesday, April 9, in Colfax. The games were moved to Colfax due to the weather affecting the field in Tekoa. The first game saw the Timberwolves score two runs in the first...

  • Buy a Newspaper!

    Whitman County Gazette|Apr 11, 2024

    Colfax Cougar Foodmart Dhillon Building (DSHS) – newspaper box at the north corner next to the sidewalk Gazette Office – 418 S Main St. Suite 3 Main St. Books Rosauers Sunset Mart (Chevron station) The Hyde Out – newspaper box out front Endicott Endicott Food Center Garfield Schaut's Marketplace Palouse Palouse Family Market Pullman Dissmore's Rosalia Rosalia Market St. John Webb's Empire Foods Tekoa Tekoa Market Washtucna Java Bloom Daily Bulletin Routes A printed version of the Colfax Daily Bulletin is available to be delivered four times... Full story

  • NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE

    Whitman County Gazette|Apr 11, 2024

    NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE Pursuant to the Revised Code of Washington 61.24, et seq.108 1st Ave South, Suite 450 Seattle, WA 98104 Trustee Sale No.: WA-23- 951109-SW Title Order No.: 230000613-WA-MSW Reference Number of Deed of Trust: Instrument No. 752932 Parcel Number(s): 1-1610-00-05-04-0000, 1-1610-00-05-05-0001, 1-1610-00-05-06- 0001 Grantor(s) for Recording Purposes under RCW 65.04.015: PATSY E BROOKS, A SINGLE WOMAN Current Beneficiary of the Deed of Trust and Grantee (for Recording Purposes under RCW 65.04.015): ALLIED FIRST BANK, SB D...

  • Garfield-Palouse girls win first 1B league meet

    Jake Hull, Whitman County Gazette|Apr 4, 2024

    PALOUSE — The first district nine 1B track meet of the 2024 season ended with the Garfield-Palouse Vikings girls taking first, and the St. John-Endicott/LaCrosse Eagles boys team taking second. The meet was held on Wednesday, March 27, in Pomeroy. The Vikings, Eagles, Tekoa-Rosalia Timberwolves, and Oakesdale Nighthawks all sent their boys and girls teams to compete in the meet. At the conclusion of the meet, the Vikings girls scored 124.5 team points, finishing in first place. The Nighthawk girls took second with 90.5 team points. Fourth p...

  • Local 1B teams compete in Glenn Wolf Invite

    Jake Hull, Whitman County Gazette|Apr 4, 2024

    OAKESDALE — Following the first league track meet of the season, the 1B schools competed in Chattaroy for the Glenn Wolf Invite. For the Vikings, their individual results are as follows: Boys 200-meter— Liam Cook, 18th, 25.43; Ayden Bassler, 31st, 26.40; and Isaiah Hightree, 33rd, 26.59. 400-meter— Bassler, 21st, 1:01.80. 800-meter— Brendan Snekvik, 4th, 2:07.27; and Hightree, 13th, 2:17.59. 1600-meter— Snekvik, 4th, 4:41.98. 4 X 400 relay— Garfield-Palouse (Bassler, Hightree, Cook, Snekvik), 9th, 3:59.65. Shot Put— Enzo Sena, 29th, 32-3. D...

  • Two Timberwolves finish in top 4

    Roger Harnack, Whitman County Gazette|Apr 4, 2024

    SPOKANE - Two Tekoa Timberwolves wrestlers finished in the Top 4 at the Jason Crawford Memorial Tournament on Saturday, March 30. More than 2,100 wrestlers competed in the tournament, including 13 Timberwolves. The tournament is considered as the "state" competition for Eastern Washington and North Idaho. Wrestling in the ages 9/10 division, Tyler Schmelter was fourth in the boys 114-118 weight class and Noraya Himes was fourth in girls 141-149 pounds. Schmelter opened by pinning Caleb Hayes of...

  • Sheriff's Log

    Whitman County Gazette|Apr 4, 2024

    COLFAX – The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from March 26 – April 1: March 26 8:10 a.m.- Garfield Farmington Road, Garfield. Welfare check. 1:46 p.m.- West McCoy Street, Oakesdale. Public program. 2:28 p.m.- Wawawai Road, Clarkston. Agency assist. 2:38 p.m.- North Madison Street, Tekoa. Other law enforcement calls. 2:56 p.m.- North Madison Street, Tekoa. Adult protective services referral. 3:35 p.m.- 411 North Mill Street, Colfax. Sex offender deceased. 6:33 p.m.- East Front Street, Lamont Bank of St. John....

  • Tekoa-Rosalia softball win two close games at home

    Jake Hull, Whitman County Gazette|Mar 28, 2024

    TEKOA - The Tekoa-Rosalia Timberwolves started their 2024 spring fast-pitch softball season on Saturday, March 23, with two home games against the Pomeroy Pirates. The games were played in Tekoa. The first game of the day saw the Timberwolves win the game 15-11 over the Pirates. Tekoa-Rosalia was out-hit in the game 16-11, but had three less errors, leading to their four-run victory. Starting pitcher Clare Wilkins pitched all seven innings for the Timberwolves. She allowed all 11 runs on 16...

  • Rosalia hosts Easter events

    Whitman County Gazette|Mar 28, 2024

    ROSALIA –– Rosalia will see several Easter events this week, as celebrations take place across the county. Food commodities will be delivered to Rosalia Community Church on Wednesday, March 27, families in need of food may pick up a box of food from 11 a.m. through 12 p.m. West Plains Angels will also be providing pet food to distribute.. On Friday, March 29, Good Friday services will be held at the Rosalia Community Church at 7 p.m. This service will combine with the Rosalia Harvest Assembly of God Church. On Saturday, March 30, the Lions Clu...

  • Easter Egg Hunts on the Palouse

    Whitman County Gazette|Mar 28, 2024

    COLFAX – Easter celebrations will take place this weekend throughout the county, with many opportunities for egg hunts, pictures with the Easter Bunny and more. The Albion Best Adventures 4-H Club will be hosting an Easter Egg Hunt at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 30, at the Albion Community Park. The hunt is open for children ages 0-12. Donations of canned food items for the Albion Food Bank will be accepted during the hunt. In Colfax, the Friends of the Parks will host their fifth annual Easter E...

  • Sheriff's Office

    Whitman County Gazette|Mar 28, 2024

    COLFAX – The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from March 19 – 25: March 19 11:59 a.m.- West Nob Hill Street, St. John High School. DARE. 4:19 p.m.- Garfield. Suspicious person/circumstance 6:59 p.m.- North Crystal Avenue, LaCrosse. DWLS. 7:13 p.m.- Tekoa. Civil call. 10:04 p.m.- West Jackson Street, Oakesdale. Suicidal subject. March 20 12:39 p.m.- South Grand Avenue, Pullman. Warrant arrest. 7:35 a.m.- West Poplar Street, Tekoa. Welfare check. 8:50 a.m.- North Broadway Street, Tekoa. DARE. 9:30 a.m.- North...

  • Sheriff's Office

    Whitman County Gazette|Mar 21, 2024

    COLFAX – The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from March 12- 18: Mar. 12 6:58 a.m.— North Madison Street, Tekoa. Suspicious circumstance. 7:42 a.m.— Pine City Malden Road and Boozer Road, Rosalia. Warrant arrest. 9:39 a.m.— Old Moscow Road, Pullman. Animal problem. 11:50 a.m.— East Alder Street, Tekoa. APS referral. 1:13 p.m.— Stephen Road, St. John. Fraud. 4:03 p.m.— Colfax. CPS referral. 5:11 p.m.— South Main Street, Colfax. Driving while license suspended. 5:35 p.m.— Northwest Albion Drive and North Grand Ave...

  • Easter egg hunts loom

    CLARE McGRAW, Cheney Free Press|Mar 21, 2024

    CHENEY — Grab your baskets, kids! With Easter slightly more than a week away, several communities are gearing up for the traditional egg hunts that draw children to area parks in search of eggs, candy and other loot. If they’re lucky, they may even catch a glimpse of the Easter Bunny. In advance of the Easter holiday on Sunday, March 31, several egg hunts are set for next Saturday, March 30, around the area. Scheduled events include: Airway Heights – The Airway Heights Parks and Recreation Department hosts its Easter egg hunt at 9 a.m. in Su...

  • Sheriff's Log

    Whitman County Gazette|Mar 14, 2024

    COLFAX – The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from March 5 – March 11: March 5 5:11 a.m.- Prune Orchard Road, area, Colfax. Non-injury accident. 6:59 a.m.- North Main Street, outside Whitman courthouse, Colfax. Welfare check. 8:31 a.m.- Northeast Kamiaken Street, Pullman. Civil issue. 10:58 a.m.- East Main Street, Farmington. Warrant arrest. 12:07 p.m.- West Nob Hill Street, St. John. DARE. 1:00 p.m.- East 8 th Street, Rosalia. Weapons offense. 4:56 p.m.- South Fairview Avenue, Rosalia. Civil issue. 5:21 p.m.-...

  • Medical mission to Mexico leaves Saturday

    Whitman County Gazette|Mar 14, 2024

    COLFAX –– The Colfax Rotary, local emergency responders and several local churches teamed up to form and send a team to do community and medical service in Mexico from March 16 through March 22. Rosalia Fire District 7 Chief Laura Lautenschlager said she teamed up with Reverend Michael Birnbaum when he approached her after a presentation for the Colfax Rotary Club. Birnbaum said that Lautenschlager seemed like the kind of person who would be interested in doing this. Birnbaum and Lautenschlager are organizing and leading the team that will be...

  • Semi temporarily shuts down US195

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette|Mar 7, 2024

    ROSALIA — On Monday, Mar. 4, at 9:38 a.m., the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) reported that a jackknifed semi-truck was partly blocking US 195 northbound at milepost 66 near Rosalia. Washington State Patrol (WSP) Public Information Officer Sergeant Greg Riddell said that Divines Towing of Spokane was able to remove the blockage within an hour. “The roads were extremely icy,” Riddell said, noting that there were no injuries and the road was closed for a short time. Riddell said that the Whitman County Sheriff’s Office...

  • Tekoa Royalty Program 2024

    Teresa Simpson, Whitman County Gazette|Mar 7, 2024

    TEKOA - Tekoa High School is hosting its Royalty Program at 3 p.m. on Saturday, Mar. 16, at the Tekoa Empire Theatre, 126 South Crosby Street. Contestants this year include Tekoa High School juniors Clare Wilkins, Lulu Taylor and Denalie Chase. Member of the Tekoa Royalty Committee Karen Blomgren said that the program has been held for at least 28 years or more, and that the royalty get a scholarship at the end of their reign. Blomgren said the program will start with an opening number followed...

  • Sheriff's Log

    Whitman County Gazette|Mar 7, 2024

    COLFAX – The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from Feb. 27 – Mar. 4: Feb. 27 7:39 a.m.- Cherry Creek Road, St. John. Stray animal. 8:19 a.m.- SR 195 and Cashup Flat Road, Colfax. Traffic violation. 12:04 p.m.- West Nob Hill Street, St. John High School. DARE. 2:20 p.m.- North Mill Street, Sheriff’s Office, Colfax. Other law enforcement calls. 3:07 p.m.- Mill Street, Colfax. Suspicious person/circumstance. 6:41 p.m.- Throop Street, Steptoe. Welfare check. 7:46 p.m.- SR 195, Uniontown. Harassment. Feb. 28 12:39 a...

  • Land Transactions

    Whitman County Gazette|Feb 29, 2024

    Feb. 15 Charles and Rachel Relat, Sacramento, Calif., sold 2100 NW Yates Street, Pullman, Wash., to Cody and Liela Browne, of Pullman, Wash., parcel 1-0965-00-35-01-0000, selling price $445,900, Statutory Warranty Deed. Feb. 20 Gretchen and Dale Sowders, Holland, Mich., sold 1220 NW State Street, Unit 32, Pullman, Wash., to National Residential Services, Inc., Morristown, N.J., parcel 1-0850-00-17-12-0032, selling price $190,000, Warranty Deed. National Residential Services, Inc., Morristown, N.J., sold 1220 NW State Street, unit 32, Pullman,...

  • Sheriff's Log

    Whitman County Gazette|Feb 29, 2024

    COLFAX – The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office responded to the following calls from Feb. 20 – Feb. 26: Feb. 20 7:26 a.m.- Fulfs Road, Pullman. 911 static call. 12:06 p.m.- West Nob Hill Street, St. John High School. DARE. 2:27 p.m.- East Alder Street, Tekoa. Court order violation. 3:23 p.m.- South Crosby Street, Tekoa. Court order violation. 3:55 p.m.- Northeast Airport Road, Pullman. Theft of a debit card. 6:46 p.m.- East Mohr Street, Palouse. Citizen assist. 7:16 p.m.- Southeast Aerie Street, Malden. Suicidal subject. 8:53 p.m.- South Crosb...

  • 1B boys and girls All-League teams announced

    Jake Hull, Whitman County Gazette|Feb 29, 2024

    TEKOA - Before the 1B state tournament opening rounds took place, the 1B All-League teams were announced just before the district championship games in Dayton. On the girls side, 11 players from three teams were recognized, as well as the Oakesdale head coach, Heidi Perry, receiving Coach Of The Year honors. For the Oakesdale girls, seniors Payton Davis and Samantha Holling, junior Lucy Hockett, sophomore Bradyn Henley and freshman Grace Perry were recognized. For the Garfield-Palouse Vikings,...

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