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Cat show teaches showmanship

When it comes to showing animals at the Palouse Empire Fair, the first thought many might have is of children showing steers, pigs, sheep, goats and other varieties of livestock. There is another...

 

Sager duo attends Flying Farmer confab

Art and Colene Sager were delegates at the International Flying Farmer Convention in Wichita, Kan. Colene received an award for “Woman of the Year” based on her participation in both Washington-Oregon Region and the International Flying Farmers....

 

Reusable bags, cups support for local groups

Moscow Food Co-op donated $1,681 to Animal House Ferals and the Palouse Land Trust with funds gathered by the Co-op’s Dime in Time program. Co-op customers also donated $418 to a third, permanent Dime in Time beneficiary, the Co-op Community Fund,...

 

Livestock Judging Winner

Scarlett McGregor, eight, won the Junior 4H division livestock judging contest at the Palouse Empire Fair Saturday. She also received the L. Clint Luce premier livestock judge award for the highest...

 
 By Liz Nelson    People    September 12, 2019 

My Favorite Recipes: September 12, 2019

Eight years ago I had an allergy panel done in an attempt to control my severe environmental allergy symptoms with shots. I jokingly told the technician that if I turned up positive for chocolate...

 

WI Symphony sets first concert

Washington Idaho Symphony’s first concert of the season will be Sept. 14 and 15 with a celebration of the Music of the Stage and the Silver Screen. They will perform broadway favorites, and feature music from John Williams. Music will include...

 

Regional Theatre of the Palouse updates

All individuals eight and older are invited to enroll in Regional Theatre of the Palouse Performing Arts School. Fall workshop enrollees can save up to 10 percent by enrolling before Friday, Sept. 13. Participants will learn to work as a cast and...

 

Births: September 12, 2019

At Pullman Regional Hospital Grace, Amelia Lynn, born Sept. 2, 2019, at seven pounds, nine ounces, to Sarah Sperry and Darien Grace, Moscow. Baby joins sister Sabrina, two. Twitchell, Dakota Wesley Samisoni, born Sept. 3, 2019, at seven pounds, 14...

 

Menus: September 12, 2019

AT COLFAX SCHOOL: Monday: Burger or chicken patty, fries, cheese, fruit Tuesday: Straw hats or burger, refried beans, fruit, donut Wednesday: Sloppy Jo or burger, salad, fruit, carrots Thursday: Pizza or chicken patty, caesar salad, pineapple, ice...

 

Etcetera: September 12, 2019

Portals exhibit now up at The Center The Molly Rice exhibit "Journey through the Portals," is now in the Libey Gallery South in The Center at Colfax Library. There are varied canvases, acrylics, and t...

 

Saavy Senior: September 12, 2019

Dear Savvy Senior, What can you tell me about electric bicycles? A friend of mine, who’s almost 70, recently got one and absolutely loves it. He told me he rides more now than he ever did his regular bicycle. Interested Boomer Dear Interested, Elec...

 

Carper, Mohr photos on display in Libey Gallery

Libey Gallery in downtown Colfax announced the arrival of two new exhibits by popular local photographers, Ken Carper from Pullman and Tom Mohr from Colfax. Carper's exhibit is called "Palouse in...

 

Good Old Days: September 12, 2019

125 years ago The Commoner Sept. 14, 1894 The grand championship tournament of the northwestern division of the League of American Wheelmen was held Wednesday afternoon at Colfax trotting park, with about a thousand people in attendance. A...

 

Menus: September 5, 2019

AT COLFAX SCHOOL: Monday: Beef dippers with rice or burger, carrots, fruit Tuesday: Burrito or chicken patty, tater tots, corn, fruit Wednesday: Chicken patty or burger, fries, fruit, green beans Thursday: Hot dogs or chicken patty, chili, chips,...

 

RTOP issues open call audition

Regional Theatre of the Palouse will present the Broadway hit “Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical!” Open auditions will be Sept. 11 from 6:30 - 9 p.m. at RTOP, Pullman’s theatre located at 122 N Grand Ave in Pullman. The Musical is the Tony...

 

Virtual reality set at Colfax Library

Colfax Library will offer virtual reality sessions Saturday, Sept. 21, from 1 to 4 p.m. Viewers can experience a mission on the International Space Station, climb Mt. Everest or visit another city anywhere in the world without leaving the library....

 

McMurrays celebrate 50th

Ronald and Judy Thomas McMurray celebrated their 50th anniversary with an open house at their home in Steptoe Saturday, Aug. 24. Ronald was raised in Abilene, Texas, and moved to the northwest in...

 

Spots open in moms' group

Registration is open for Hello Mom, a local group organized through Pullman Parks and Recreation that will meet every Tuesday between Sept. 10 and Dec. 3. Cost is $105 per mom with childcare from six months to five years. Registration is through...

 

Back to school supply drive

Tough as Nails is hosting a Back to School Supply Drive from Sept. 10 to Sept. 25. Backpacks, wood pencils, erasers, pencil pouches/boxes, ink pens, glue sticks, colored pencils, crayons, washable markers, composition notebooks or spiral notebooks...

 

Family meals set for reading project

Colfax Library has scheduled six free dinner nights Oct. 10, 17, 24, 29, Nov. 5 and 14 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. for the “Prime Time Family Reading” program sponsored by Humanities Washington and presented in partnership with the Whitman County...

 

St. John grads mark 60th year

Jerry and Vera Parrish hosted a backyard barbecue for the 60-year reunion of the St. John class of 1959. Left to right are Jay McNall, Laramie Davis, Harold Hayes, Judy Webb Swannack, Craig Feenan,...

 

My Favorite Recipes: September 5, 2019

A California girl at heart and by birth, Angel Crook came to the Palouse in August of 2013 with the dream to become a veterinarian. “I’ve wanted to be one since before I could say the word ‘veterinarian’,” she said. “When I was...

 

Hannah May, Bryant exchange vows

Hannah May, Colfax, and Christopher Bryant, Ketchikan, Alaska, were married by Pastor Steve Bretveld at First Baptist Church in Colfax, June 15. Parents of the bride are Rich and Melissa May, Colfax....

 

Tax money option for affordable housing

Whitman County commissioners Monday approved an ordinance to adopt State House Bill 1406 to keep part of the tax collected in the county to be used locally for affordable housing. A public hearing brought no public comment Monday morning. The state...

 

Palouse TPO plans driver safety summit

The Palouse Regional Transportation Planning Organization will host its first Palouse driver safety summit as part of its Palouse Driver Safety Campaign Sept. 20 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Courtyard Marriott in Pullman. The event is free for...

 

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