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 By Karen Broeckel    People    July 18, 2019 

Appels gather for Fourth

Dick and Helen Appel had guests for the Fourth of July. Bruce and Elaine Appel and Spencer, Spokane; Logan Appel and friend Kiera, Mass.; Kate Wollstein, Moscow; Drew Donaldson, Ore.; and Eric and Shannon Appel, Kyle, Sarah and Sidney, Dusty. Logan...

 

Paintings at Hengen's barn

Friends of the Whitman County Library recently attended a presentation by Nona Hengen in her gallery and restored heritage barn. Hengen of Spangle is a teacher, historian and accomplished artist who...

 

Idaho lists spring grads

Katherine G. Woodhouse of Colfax, graduated with a degree in landscape architecture following the spring term at the University of Idaho. Amber C. Korvales, Palouse, graduated with a masters degree in landscape architecture. Graduates from Pullman...

 

My Favorite Recipes: Meet Michelle Crook, Colfax

Born in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Michelle lived all over the northwest before settling in Colfax 13 years ago after graduating from Post Falls High School in 2005. "I moved almost every year of my...

 

St. James plans annual park rite

St. James Episcopal Church of Pullman will conduct its annual Eucharist-in-the-park followed by dessert Saturday, July 20, at 6:30 p.m. in McGee Park on Lybecker Road. The event celebrates the feast day of St. James, the patron saint of the church....

 

Reading finale celebration

Neill Public Library’s summer reading finale celebration will be at Pullman’s Reaney Park July 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. There will be carnival-style games, a bouncy house and free treats. Pictures can taken with Corduroy Bear and Mama & Papa...

 

Two St. John scouts earn Eagle award

Ethan Steele, son of Chris and Kelli Melhus, and Doug Stach, son of Chris and Michelle Stach, both from St. John Troop 590, passed their board of review June 8 for the Eagle Scout award, the highest...

 

Neill displays Jacqueline Daisley oil paintings

Neill Library in Pullman will exhibit oil paintings by local artist Jacqueline Daisley who is inspired by the vibrant colors of the Palouse region as she depicts farm scenes, old trucks and...

 
 By Anne Lowe    People    July 18, 2019 

Endicott sewing day

Elizabeth Circle of Trinity Lutheran Church met July 9 at the Parish Hall for a sewing day. They worked on quilts and went over inventory of items to be sent with the quilts this fall. Attending were Barbara Huntley, Carol Hannas, Jerine Grey,...

 

Theatre camp set at Empire

Heavier Than Air Children’s Theatre will conduct a theatre camp Aug. 5-9 for children ages 7-18 at the Historic Empire Theatre, 126 South Crosby, Tekoa. The production will be Shel Silverstein’s ‘Where The Sidewalk Ends.’ Cost will be $40...

 

Innovia announces scholarship awards

Innovia Foundation recently awarded $257,413 in scholarships to 116 students throughout Eastern Washington and North Idaho for the 2019-2020 school year. The foundation manages over 30 scholarship programs on behalf of donors. Hope White of St. John...

 

Etcetera: July 18, 2019

Lincoln to read at Neill library Pullman City Administrator Adam Lincoln will be the next aloud reader in Neill Library’s Heritage addition as part of the 2019 summer reading program. Young children and their families/caregivers are invited to join... Full story

 

Savvy Senior: July 18, 2019 How Seniors Can Spot Fake News

Dear Savvy Senior, I recently read that seniors are the number one purveyor of fake news on the Internet. Is this true, or is it fake news too? If it’s true, how can seniors go about spotting fake news? Faked Out Senior Dear Faked Out, Yes, it’s...

 

Good Old Days: July 18, 2019

125 years ago July 20, 1894 Weekly Commoner The Whitman county Democratic central committee convened in the courthouse at 1 o'clock this afternoon, and about 200 representative Democrats from...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    July 11, 2019

Dusty marathon entry

Randy Repp participated in an Iron Man Half Marathon June 30 at Coeur d'Alene as part of a relay team named "The Farmer and The Gal" with his sister-in-law Kim Hulquist (Kristin Repp's sister). Kim swam 1.2 miles and Randy rode bike 56 miles and ran...

 
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Vintage engine/tractor Hall of Fame honors Gary Simpson

Gary Simpson of Pullman will be inducted into the National Early Day Gas Engine & Tractor Association Hall of Fame during the regional meeting of the organization in Shelton July 12-14, 2019. The...

 
 By Mike Day    People    July 11, 2019

Quilt show, Saturday markets set for Rosalia

The first annual “Harvest of Quilts” show has been scheduled for July 27 at Rosalia. The show will feature quilts which will be on display along the downtown area and shops at other buildings. Marianne Morkve, a member of the Rosalia Third...

 

Youth programs slated in St. John

The St. John Library will host three programs in July for young adults that have completed sixth grade and over. On Monday, July 15, 1-3 p.m. bring in an old T-shirt and turn it into a personal sports bag. All other supplies are provided. On Monday,...

 

Red Nose Revue

As a part of the 2019 Summer Reading Program, Friends of Neill Public Library will sponsor a zany, high-energy performance by Buster the Clown and his Red Nose Revue Tuesday, July 16, at 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the library’s Heritage Addition....

 

Summer reading deadline Aug. 16

Summer reading programs for children across Whitman County are in full swing. Reading logs must be returned by Aug. 16 to receive a free book, pizza certificate and a chance at a number of grand prizes including STEM baskets from Schweitzer...

 

Healthcare grant program

LC Valley Healthcare Foundation opens second year of grant cycle Representatives of the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation announced it opened its second year grant cycle July 1, 2019. In addition to the impact grants awarded last year, they...

 

Etcetera: July 11, 2019

Dahmen shows exhibit on body A collection of works exploring strengths and frailties of the body by Moscow artist Jennifer Rod will be on exhibit at Dahmen Barn in Uniontown from now until July 28. A painter, sculptor and teacher who does commissions... Full story

 

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