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Holiday musical opens in Lewiston

LEWISTON, Idaho - The Lewiston Civic Theatre presenting The Winter Wonderettes for six shows in December. The Winter Wonderettes is a follow up to the The Marvelous Wonderettes. The seasonal...

 

Landmarks of the Past 2022 calendars for sale

COLFAX - Fundraiser calendars for the Whitman County Library are available. Proceeds benefit Friends of the Library programs and projects at all 14 library locations. The Landmarks of the Past of...

 

Families can register for Toy Box Drive

COLFAX — Families needing help with Christmas presents for children can register with the Colfax Fire Department for presents. For more than 30 years the fire department gathers toy donations and helps distribute them to children for Christmas....

 

Four honored with Quilts of Valor

COLFAX - Four veterans received appreciation for their service in the form of handmade quilts. The Quilts of Valor were given to them at the Colfax Methodist Church on Nov. 10, according to Diana...

 

Colfax library listed on national register

COLFAX – The Whitman County Library building in Colfax is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. "As a public institution, the nominated building is integral to the intellectual...

 

Christmas Potluck and Party returns to Ralston

RALSTON — The Christmas Potluck and Party returns this year at Ralston Grange No. 943 on Dec. 5, after a one-year hiatus. The event begins at 5 p.m. at the grange hall on State Route 261 and is open to everyone, grange spokesman Randy Roth said....

 

Pullman student receives Fulbright research award

IOWA CITY, Iowa - Pullman native Marisol Contreras is one of nine University of Iowa students to receive a Fulbright award. She's a Ph.D. candidate in chemical engineering and was chosen from more...

 

Endicott library invites folks to make journals

ENDICOTT — Families are invited to create gratitude journals at the Endicott library through November. This project is open to people of all ages — kids, teens, adults and seniors. Materials are pre-printed and ready for assembly. If people...

 

Vintage Christmas set for Dec. 4, 11

COLFAX – Perkins House volunteers were joined by five Washington State University (WSU) students to decorate the old Colfax home for the holidays. A vintage open house was set for the first two...

 

Warm help

Order of the Eastern Star Malden Chapter #149 donated 51 caps, 17 Afghans, and five fleece blankets for kids at Shriners Hospitals. Chapter members include (left to right) Maureen, Shriners Hospital...

 

Lenticular Cloud

A lenticular cloud hangs low over Steptoe Butte on Nov. 10. Photographer Casey Lowder said the clouds are rare and exceptionally fleeting. The name 'lenticular' refers to the lens-shaped character of...

 

Garfield Library offers bookmark contest

GARFIELD — Children and teens are invited to celebrate books, reading, and art by participating in the Garfield Library’s 2nd annual Design a Bookmark contest. The deadline for entries is Nov. 29, according to Sarah Anderson, Garfield branch...

 

Church donates $1,000

PULLMAN — The Community Congregational United Church of Christ donated $1,000 to the Community Relief Fund for financial support to homeless people. The Pullman-based Christian church is committed to “peace and social justice,” stated Outreach...

 

Palouse Turkey Leg set for Nov. 25

PALOUSE — A library fundraiser is set with a walk, coffee and doughnuts, and other entertainment during the annual Palouse Turkey Leg. The event is on Nov. 25, starting at 8 a.m. “Community members walk (or run) laps on a downtown course,...

 

Rosalia observed Veterans Day

ROSALIA - A Veterans Day program was held at Veterans Park in Rosalia on Nov. 11. Pastor Mike Hill provided the invocation. And Tim Braun sang the national anthem. Boy Scouts of America Troop #588...

 

Dusty news

Last Thursday, Homestead Ministries traveled to Moscow, Idaho. It was “Feed the Need” at Logos School where 10,300 bags of soup were made. They would not have been completed without the help of volunteers assisting students in assembling the...

 

75th anniversary

COLTON - Trudy and LeRoy Weber, of Colton, are celebrating their 75th wedding anniversary. They were married on Nov. 6, 1946. They are lifetime farmers and ranchers living in Colton, according to...

 

Colfax's Top Dog winners for October

COLFAX - Colfax High School staff voted for students to be named Top Dog for October. The Top Dog program honors Colfax High School students excelling in each department for effort, attitude, hard...

 

Passport to Colfax leads to cash

COLFAX – The Colfax Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with local businesses to kick off the holiday season with a $200 cash prize drawing. The Passport to Colfax event runs through the Downtown...

 

Clarkston High School offers fundraiser play

CLARKSTON — The Lewiston Civic Theatre, Lewiston High School and Clarkston High School are working together to present “All Together Now.” Music Theatre International (MTI) created the revue for theaters across the globe to use as a...

 

Lowes celebrate 60th wedding anniversary

COLFAX - Michael Lowe and Constance Lowe celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. They were married at the First Baptist Church in Colfax on Sept. 1, 1961. They met at the local Palouse Empire Fair...

 

Dusty News

Family visiting at the Fran Jones home and Bryan Jones farm October 28th through November 1st were Bruce and Hanna Jones of Keeseville, New York, and their son and family, Abel and Marissa Deegan-Jones and son Langston of Quincy, Maine. Also...

 

Rosalia hosts Veterans Day ceremony

ROSALIA - A Veterans Day ceremony is offered at Rosalia's Veterans Park on Nov. 11. Rosalia Mayor Lee Root opens the ceremony at 11 a.m. Pastor Mike Hill is giving an invocation before the guest...

 

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