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Good Old Days: Feb. 14, 2019

125 years ago The Commoner, Feb. 2, 1894 The entertainment given by the ladies of the Episcopal church last Friday evening at the Pioneer hall, was equal to all anticipations of its excellence. Fully 200 people attended, and every one of them was...

 

Voglers file report on Hawaii vacation

Mark and Kathy Vogler returned from eight days on Maui, snorkeling, swimming, going to luaus and spending time with their son and his family. Two-and-a-half-year-old grandson, Sam Vogler, was taught the finer points of whale watching from the lanai...

 
 By Anne Lowe    People    February 14, 2019 

Guns and shovels

The Endicott Gun Club shot on Sunday. The weather was bad, and the shooting stands had to be continually shoveled. The scores are as follows: Open-Jessica Pelissier 24, Connor Pelissier 24, Larry Garrett 23, Eric Johnson 23, Trevor Johnson 23;...

 

Births: Feb. 14, 2019

At Pullman Regional Hospital Zorb, David Dee, born Jan. 28 at eight pounds, 15 ounces, to Rebecca Terrell and Daniel Zorb, Colfax. Paternal grandparents are Nancy and Russ Shorten, Dayton, Wash. Maternal grandparents are Ron and Stephanie Terrell,... Full story

 
 By Alysen Boston    People    February 14, 2019 
Colten Todd

My Favorite Recipes: Meet Colten Todd

Colten Todd, a Spokane native and Whitman County transplant, spends his time cooking, hiking, reading, playing video games and cuddling with his pets. Todd attended Joel E. Ferris High School in...

 

Traynor makes Whitman honor roll

LaCrosse native Grant Traynor, a graduate of Hermiston High School, earned academic distinction for the last semester at Whitman College by earning a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher on at least 12 credits....

 

Whitworth lists latest graduates

Receiving degrees from Whitworth University in Spokane after the first semester were Yelena Hinton, Colfax, Bachelor of Arts in organizational management, and Rayna Charles, Rosalia, Bachelor of Arts in elementary education, Cum L...

 
Vicki Broeckel

Art Collective comes to the Libey Gallery

February kicks off with a brand new "Art Collective" in The Libey Gallery at The Center at Colfax Library. For the coming year, the north gallery will feature the work of eight artists who will rotate...

 
 By Anne Lowe    People    February 7, 2019

Endicott shooting in fog and rain

On Sunday, Feb. 3, the Endicott Gun Club held its Sunday shoot in fog and rain. Twenty-seven shooters competed in mist at 39 degrees. The results are as follows: Open-Larry Garrett 24, Marco Sandoval 23, Trevor Johnson 23, Chad Aeschliman 23;...

 

Youngs welcome a new grandson

Greg and Connie Young have welcomed a grandson into their family. William Cody Cox, to be called Cody, was born to Ben and Andrea Cox, Richland, at 1:28 Friday, Feb. 1, at seven pounds, five ounces. He joins sisters Camille, six, and Claire, four....

 
Alysen Boston

My Favorite Recipes: Tomato-centric recipes

Ask any of my friends, and they will tell you I am crazy about tomato-based dishes, specifically spaghetti and chili. I love to eat raw tomatoes like they're apples – mushrooms and onions, too....

 

Births: Feb. 7, 2019

At Pullman Regional Hospital Zorb, David Dee, born Jan. 28 at eight pounds, 15 ounces, to Rebecca Terrell and Daniel Zorb, Colfax, Wash. Paternal grandparents are Ron and Stephanie Terrell, Thornton, Wash., and Nancy Shorten and Russ Shorten,... Full story

 

Annie Junior set for Empire Theatre

Collin Pittmann, a 2018 graduate of Rosalia High School, will direct an Inland Empire Theatre production of Annie Junior which is scheduled for The Empire Theatre in Tekoa, June 21-23. Pittmann, now...

 

Crafts for kids

LaCrosse LaCrosse United Methodist Church presented a "Crafts for Kids" event in advance of Valentine's Day. There were hearts galore in every size. Kids and adults made Valentine cards for family,...

 
Nancy Rothwell and Phyllis Kincaid

Club gift aids Perkins clothing display

Nancy Rothwell, left, Perkins house volunteer, and Phyllis Kincaid, president of Athenaeum Club, look over three dress forms which were donated to Athenaeum and will be used to display the unique and...

 

Paint nights gain popularity across county

Over the last few years, Whitman County has seen an ever-increasing amount of paint nights. Four years ago in Rosalia, some students came up with a new way to raise money for their senior trip....

 

Fifteen local residents volunteer at camp in Brazil

Over the past year, a number of fundraising events have taken place to help pay for two group service mission trips to Camp Victoria, Brazil, just outside Tres Ranchos. Camp Victoria is in the souther...

 
 By Dee Bryson    People    January 31, 2019
Dee Bryson with grandchildren

My Favorite Recipes: Cooking with Kids

As Valentine's Day approaches, it has me reflecting on this past year, all that we have celebrated and those that I really love. This year has been a humbling year full of trials, but we have also...

 

BB Club plans jazz fest stop

The Dusty BB Club's next meeting will be Saturday, Feb. 23. For those who reserved tickets with Diane Monson, the group will meet at the Breakfast Club in Moscow at 11 a.m. for brunch and then will attend the Jazz Festival at the University of Idaho....

 
 By Anne Lowe    People    January 31, 2019

Endicott club elects 2019 officers

Endicott Community Club met Jan. 22 at Trinity Lutheran Church Parish Hall. They elected new officers for the coming year: Jessica Pelissier, president; Teri Garrett, vice president; Carol Larson, treasurer, and Cinda Tribble, temporary secretary....

 

LCP seeks photos, plans to buy freezer

LaCrosse Community Pride seeks historic photos of the LaCrosse area for an exhibit in the renovated Rock Bunk House. Whitman County Library received a .09 grant awarded by The Blue Ribbon Committee for this exhibit. Residents with photos are asked...

 

Four on Montana honor roll

Emily Bagott of Palouse, Winston Downing and Rose Hayes of Pullman, and Clara O’keefe of St. John were among 3,541 students earning grade point averages of 3.5 or above at Montana State University in Bozemen to qualify for the first semester...

 

Honor roll addition

Also on the Colfax high school semester honor roll were Gunnar Aune, all As honor roll, and Joseph Vietz, honor roll. Their names were unintentionally left off the list issued by the school last week....

 

Rosalia Cub Scouts Pinewood Derby

Rosalia Cub Scout Pack's annual Pinewood Derby Sunday was staged with a crowd of approximately 50 friends and family members. A field of 21 Cub Scout racers battled it out over nine heats and 45...

 

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