Sunday, December 04, 2022


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Updated 19 hours, 47 minutes ago


LAKEWOOD – Tied at 14 entering the fourth quarter, the Royal Knights rallied off three-straight touchdown scorin...

Updated 6 days, 10 hours ago
Pet of the Week: Wallee

As of Nov. 23, Wallee had an unfortunate anniversary at Adams County Pet Rescue - he’d been at the shelter for a year. His caretakers at ACPR say he has a pl...

Updated 6 days, 10 hours ago
Cognitive decline in aging dogs: What pup owners should know

Just as humans may develop neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease as they grow older, our aging canine friends also can develop dementia, a...

Updated 6 days, 10 hours ago
Making a community meal

MOSES LAKE — Business owner Paul Carney knows a thing or two about being down and out. The owner of EDUBS C/S, which creates custom low-rider cars as well...

Updated 6 days, 10 hours ago
Adopting a shelter cat part 2: Purr-paring your home

After finding the perfect feline friend at a rescue or shelter to add to the family, many people cannot wait to bring their new addition home. Because cat...

Updated 6 days, 10 hours ago
Weather forecast for Nov. 28

This week's weather looks to be cold again with lows in the teens and highs around 30.

Updated 1 week ago
Knights return to 1A title game with 57-21 win over Freeman

MOSES LAKE – On a cold and foggy evening at Lions Field in Moses Lake, the Royal Knights clinched their sixth state title game appearance since 2015 with a 5...

Updated 1 week ago
Business owners celebrate Small Business Saturday

MOSES LAKE — Mai Houvener wanted to make sure anyone looking for books to buy on Small Business Saturday knew exactly where to go. The owner of Sandbox Bo...

Updated 1 week ago
Council votes to accept outreach grant

MOSES LAKE — Last week, the Moses Lake City Council voted to accept a $108,000 grant from the Association of Washington Cities to help the city avoid the cos...

Updated 1 week ago
Boyd pinned at MLFD

MOSES LALE - Dustin Boyd, pictured, has completed his year-long evaluation period with the Moses Lake Fire Department and was pinned as a full-time member of...

Updated 1 week ago
Wenatchee approves $142 million 2023 budget

WENATCHEE — The city of Wenatchee approved a $142 million budget for 2023 at a special council meeting. Council members on Nov. 17 had a public hearing be...

Updated 1 week ago
Studio Basin: Budgets, turkeys and high stakes sports

MOSES LAKE – Senior reporter Charles Featherstone and staff writer Joel Martin discuss the City of Moses Lake passing its 2023 budget along with a Thanksgivi...

Updated 1 week ago
State AG calls for retail crime unit

OLYMPIA — Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Tuesday he is asking the state legislature for $1.5 million annually to fund the creation of a 10-mem...

Updated 1 week ago
Hanford Reach steelhead fishery closed

RICHLAND/PASCO — The Hanford Reach has closed its steelhead fishing and retention from Nov. 20 until further notice.

Updated 1 week, 2 days ago
Merry and bright

MOSES LAKE — Now that the Halloween and Thanksgiving holidays are over, it’s time to prepare for the big one. For a lot of us, Christmas decorating means set...

Updated 1 week, 3 days ago
Vikings look to gel as season begins

MOSES LAKE — The Big Bend Community College men’s basketball team is looking to improve on its 7-17 finish from a year ago as the 2022-2023 season begins on ...