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 By Garth Meyer    People    April 18, 2019 
Terry Snead

An Actor and an Officer

The officer will become the actor again. Terry Snead of the Palouse Police Department will leave his position for the 10th year next week to go to Roanoke Island, North Carolina, to act in summer...

 
 By Anne Lowe    People    April 18, 2019 

Churches host pastor applicant

Trinity and Peace Lutheran Churches call committees visited with a pastor candidate and his wife, Ian and Corrin McMichael. The committees were made up of members from both churches and include Georgi...

 
 By Debbie Casey    People    April 18, 2019 

Lifeguards sought

LaCrosse Parks and Recreation Board is now hiring lifeguards for the 2019 summer season at the LaCrosse pool. To qualify, applicants must be 15 years old on the date when they finish the lifeguard course. Beginning wage will be $12 per hour. Contact...

 

My Favorite Recipes: Meet Amanda Rella of Rosalia

Amanda Isaacs Rella lives in Rosalia with her husband, Kurt, and their three children. Growing up in St. John, Amanda has known small town living from birth. "Now that I have kids, I see that there...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    April 18, 2019 

LaCrosse girls of '79 conduct mini reunion

This weekend, the mini-reunion of women of the LaCrosse High School class of 1979 was at The Parsonage Bed and Breakfast. This is the 20th year they have held this spring event. Participating were Doreen Broeckel Riedner, Dusty; Denise Broeckel...

 

Tayma Vanek earns DAR honors

Esther Reed Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution presented Tayma Vanek of Colfax a Good Citizen Award and Scholarship April 13. The Good Citizen scholarship winner is selected from senior high school students nominated by their high...

 

Births: April 18, 2019

At Pullman Regional Hospital Dressel, Kira LaRue, born April 6 at seven pounds, seven ounces, to Kristopher Dressel and Jaclyn Dvorak, Rosalia, Wash. Paternal grandparent is Sheri Neiman, Moscow, Idaho. Maternal grandparents are Jamie and Cindy...

 

Good Old Days: April 18, 2019

125 years ago The Commoner, April 13, 1894 The Commoner is gratified today to make the formal announcement that the Bank of Colfax resumed business on Monday morning last. The institution closed when the great financial panic struck the country....

 

Good Old Days: April 11, 2019

125 years ago The Commoner, April 6, 1894 There was excitement in the town of Tekoa for several hours last Tuesday, and if a cyclone had struck the Commercial State Savings Bank of that place, and carried the building, along with the bank officers,...

 

Spring break visit

Micah Morgan, Yakima, spent most of his spring break at Dusty with Harm and Jan Smith. He earned money helping and had fun four-wheeling and checking new calves. Barb and Bruce Wollstein made a second visit to her parents, Dick and Helen Appel....

 
 By Jana Mathia    People    April 11, 2019

Mellow Monday Crew revives Rosalia's 'welcome wagon'

New residents to Rosalia will soon be receiving a greeting from the town's Welcome Wagon program which is being taken over by a group of women who started meeting together weekly to work on their...

 
Jim and Jessica Pelissier

My Favorite Recipes: Meet Jim and Jessica Pelissier

Anyone who has traveled into Endicott from Colfax has seen Freedom Hills Farm, a beautiful, big farm house set back from the road surrounded by pastures and barns. It's hard to miss the Morgan horses...

 

Births: April 11, 2019

At Pullman Regional Hospital McKeirnan, Cormac Michael, born March 26 at nine pounds, five ounces, to Kelly and Annie McKeirnan, Pullman, Wash. Paternal grandparents are Jim and Linda McKeirnan, Pomeroy, Wash. Maternal grandparents are Tim and...

 

Good Old Days: April 4, 2019

125 years ago The Commoner, March 30 1895, 1890 The work train on the Colfax division of the Union Pacific was stationary in the yards all day last Friday and Saturday. Not a pick was struck in the ditches. At 7 O'clock Friday morning, when...

 
 By Jana Mathia    People    April 4, 2019

Missoula Children's Theater offers students opportunity

Many of Whitman County's small schools struggle to provide students with exposure to the arts. One way of filling that gap is with a partnership with the Missoula Children's Theater, based out of...

 
Crystal Langley

My Favorite Recipes: Meet Crystal Langley

As the new writer of the "My Favorite Recipes" column, I wanted to introduce myself. Most people know me as an agent at Farmers Insurance in Colfax, but not many know me outside of work. After...

 
 By Karen Broeckel    People    April 4, 2019

Dusty residents attend Scheuerman program

Jon and Li Ochs, Dan Moore, Connie Young and Vicki Broeckel were among Dusty area residents attending the program at The Center in the Colfax Library on Thursday evening. Richard Scheuerman presented “Harvest Heritage,” a lecture on “The Story...

 
 By Anne Lowe    People    April 4, 2019

Spring at Benge school

Dads Night In pinochle club met in Benge at the school for its monthly outing. The meeting was hosted by Erma Kent. Spring appeared at the school, with pots of flowers decorating and given out as prizes. Attending were Kathy Storment, Pullman; Jenny...

 
Brittany Joe Brenan and Travis James Campbell

Brenan-Campbell vows scheduled for May 26

Brittany Joe Brenan and Travis James Campbell announced their engagement to be married this May. Brittany is the daughter of Shane and Wendy Jo Brenan, Pullman, and the granddaughter of Ron and Barb...

 
Madison Kalmes

Tekoa's Kalmes re-elected as state FCCLA officer

Madison Kalmes, a junior at Tekoa High School, was elected to her second year as an FCCLA state officer two weeks ago at the Coast Hotel in Wenatchee. She will be vice president of public relations...

 

Volunteers pack soup at Valley Christian school

The Home Ministries crew Friday went to Spokane Valley to Valley Christian School to make 3300 bags of soup. They were assisted by the students from grades five through eight. Making the trip were Tom and Doreen Riedner, Bob and Norma Schultz, Chuck...

 
 By Jana Mathia    People    March 28, 2019
Kari Rimbey

My Favorite Recipes: Meet Kari Rimbey, Diamond

Kari Rimbey was working at Events on Main Café when an old friend from her hometown came in and the two reconnected. The friend started coming in every day to write and started encouraging Kari to...

 

Volunteers help with spring cleaning at Perkins House

A nice, sunny and warm spring day welcomed volunteers to Perkins House for its annual spring clean up party. Several members of WSU's Circle K club, an international community service organization...

 

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