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Rothwell art exhibit focuses on healthcare in America

An exhibit called "Awaiting Coverage: Healthcare in the USA" by Nancy Rothwell is now showing at the Libey Gallery at Colfax Library. The works of acrylic and watercolor are featured in the gallery...

 
Megan Kay

Ellensburg entrant named Washington's DYW winner

Ellensburg's Distinguished Young Woman will be Washington's representative to the 2020 National Distinguished Young Women national scholarship program. Tesslyn Preppernau, daughter of Tandy and Ladd...

 
 By Liz Nelson    People    August 8, 2019

My Favorite Recipes: August 8, 2019

Elise is no stranger to Colfax. “I was born in Colorado, but my family moved here when I was going into the fourth grade,” she said. The daughter of Cary and Patti Cammack, the family first moved to the area when Cary took a part-time job with...

 

Lentil Festival seeks volunteers

Volunteers are needed to help with the activities at the 31st annual National Lentil Festival at Pullman Aug. 16-17. On average, the festival needs between 350 to 400 volunteers to help with the festival events. Volunteers are needed for chili...

 
Donal Moore; Peg Moore

Fete set for Moores' 50th

An open house reception to celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of the Rev. Donald and Peg Moore of Colfax will be Sunday, Aug. 11, from 1 to 3 p.m. at Colfax Church of the Nazarene. The Moores...

 

Etcetera: August 8, 2019

Blackout Poetry at Endicott library Tweens and teens, ages 10 and up, are invited to Blackout Poetry Wednesday, Aug. 14, at 2 p.m. at the Endicott Library. Blackout Poetry is when you take a written piece of text from a book, newspaper or magazine...

 

Harvest of Quilts brings 75 entrants to Rosalia

Seventy-five colorful quilts were displayed in downtown Rosalia Saturday, July 27. Most were hung outside at various locations along Main Street, but those in specific categories were displayed at...

 

Stuff the Bus Pullman sites

Neill Public Library will join forces with Kiwanis Club of Pullman for the 11th annual Stuff the Bus school supplies drive. Donate school supplies at Neill Public Library on Aug. 5 - Aug. 10. Along with supplies, musical instruments for Pullman...

 

Two earn Eagle Scout honors

A Eagle court of honor for Carson Cloaninger, left, and Connor Johnson, right, was conducedt by Colfax Troop 595 July 28 at the United Methodist Church in Colfax. Cloaninger finished requirements for...

 

Menus: August 8, 2019

Senior menu: Garfield: Thursday, August 15: Everyone is welcome to join the August harvest meal at Legion Hall at noon. Meal includes: Sandwiches with ham, turkey, cheese, and lettuce, California pasta salad, cabbage top ramen salad, lentil and...

 

Indoor yard sale set at The Center

In conjunction with the Colfax Chamber of Commerce city-wide yard sales happening Aug. 16 - 18, Friends of the Library will have an indoor yard sale Aug. 12 - Aug. 30. A portion of all sales benefits the countywide programs and projects the group...

 

Fish biologist to talk at library

Biologist Thomas Biladeau will share habitat restoration and fish reintroduction efforts Monday Aug. 12, at 6 p.m. at the Colfax Library. Past, present, and future of land management and fisheries in the Coeur d’Alene Tribe territory and a...

 

Bulldogs of '59 mark 60th year reunion in Colfax

Member of the Colfax Class of 1959 gathered for their 60-year reunion July 19 at the Colfax Golf Club. Row 1: Garry Martin, Worley, Idaho; Ralph Hodge, Tacoma; Polly Parnell Anderson, and Sherry...

 

Good Old Days: August 8, 2019

125 years ago The Commoner Aug. 10, 1894 Elberton held a series of political jubilees extending over three days last week, and the different parties all had their say and a good time in the bargain. Thursday was populist day, and the same set of spee...

 

Tough as Nails plans activity kits project

The Tough as Nails, the three sisters from Rosalia, is collecting origami cranes and paper to create 1,000 activity kits for hospitalized children. Each activity kit will include one folded crane, five sheets of paper and instructions for folding...

 

Savvy Senior: August 8, 2019

Dear Savvy Senior, How does Medicare cover ambulance services? About three months ago, I took an ambulance to the hospital emergency room because I rarely drive anymore, and I just received a $1,100 bill from the ambulance company. Surprised Senior D...

 

Wool auxiliary officers meet at Appel ranch

Helen Appel hosted the executive board of the Washington Wool Growers Auxiliary for a summer meeting. Those present were Loveta Boyce, secretary, Moses Lake; Carol Martinez, treasurer, Moxee; Tari Blankinship, vice-president, Winlock; Ann...

 
Hayden Fulfs

DYW lineup will include five entrants from county

Five Whitman County entrants will be among the 12 competitors in the state Distinguished Young Women competition which will be Saturday in the Pullman High School auditorium. Colfax qualifier Hayden...

 
Stephanie Mackey; Jeffery Mackey

My Favorite Recipes: August 1, 2019

Stephanie Mackey can't say she grew up in any one place. "My mom describes herself as a gypsy, she has a gypsy soul and she doesn't like to be in the same place for too long," said Stephanie. "I was r...

 

Library closure set for next week

All 14 branches of Whitman County Library will be closed Aug. 5 through Aug. 11 for annual maintenance. During teh closure, projects that are difficult to complete when the library is open will be done. This year most of the major work is set for...

 

Commissioners approve six-year plan for roads

Whitman County commissioners Monday approved a six-year transportation improvement plan, which included funded projects, partially-funded and “wish list” items through 2025. Funded projects included Almota Phase Four road reconstruction, Almota...

 

Graham earns EOU honor

Spencer Marotto Graham, Colfax, qualified for the dean’s list at Eastern Oregon University. Students that maintain a grade point average of of 3.5 or higher while completing at least 12 hours of graded coursework during the term qualify for the...

 

Good Old Days: August 1, 2019

125 years ago The Commoner Aug. 3, 1894 The people of the southern part of Spokane county are intensely excited over the kidnapping and murder of Charles Gloystein, a prominent farmer and republican politician of Mica. Gloystein was dragged out of hi...

 

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