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By Alysen Boston
Gazette Reporter 

Proprietor Witt-Miller: Cougar Country will be back 'stronger than ever'

 

February 14, 2019

Signs are seen Tuesday outside Cougar Country.

After KXLY News in Spokane reported Friday an employee claimed Cougar Country, Pullman's beloved drive-in diner, was closing, the rumor hit social media with people who described themselves as employees taking to Twitter and Facebook to detail the business's troubles, namely bounced paychecks.

Rhonda Witt-Miller, whose parents opened Cougar Country in 1973, said she will be coming out of retirement to take control of the business.

"I truly believe that we will survive, and we'll come back bigger and stronger than ever," she said. "As for customers, please be patient."

Currently, Witt-Mil...



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