Wednesday, April 17, 2024


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Updated 4 hours, 7 minutes ago

Cohort of leaders: RDI program gives grants to Othello institutions

OTHELLO – Rural Development Initiatives wrapped up its six-month-long Rural Community Leadership Program in Othell…

Updated 18 hours, 49 minutes ago
WSU researchers have identified several "vampiric" bacteria

PULLMAN – Some of the world’s deadliest bacteria seek out and feed on human blood, a newly-discovered phenomenon researchers are calling “bacterial vampirism.”

Updated 19 hours, 1 minute ago
State Veterans Cemetery to hold Forgotten Heroes interment

MEDICAL LAKE – The State Veterans Cemetery in Medical Lake has announced that it will hold a Forgotten Heroes interment ceremony April 29 at 2 p.m. to put to r…

Updated 19 hours, 17 minutes ago
Author, war veteran Roy Scranton to speak in Ellensburg

ELLENSBURG — The Lion Rock Visiting Writers Series at Central Washington University will continue April 25-26 with a visit from Roy Scranton, an Iraq War veter…

Updated 2 days, 4 hours ago
Apple Blossom Festival 104-year-old Wenatchee tradition

WENATCHEE — Apples, apple blossoms, parades, a car show, carnival rides, live music, crafts for children, food booths and plenty of activities will fill the st…

Updated 2 days, 4 hours ago
Respiratory virus season ends for ‘23-24

MOSES LAKE — Grant County had three COVID-19-related deaths and three flu-related deaths in the 2023-24 in the epidemic phase of the respiratory virus season, …

Updated 2 days, 4 hours ago
A place of her own

ROYAL CITY — Tara Zamarron has found her home. “We grew up, my husband and I both, in Michigan, born and raised,” Zamarron said. “We had some friends who mo…

Updated 2 days, 4 hours ago
CWU photography student wins national innovation award

ELLENSBURG — Charlie Tadlock’s fascination with the open road came to him in his search for his artistic voice in photography on the highways of Montana. Now, that fascination has earned him the Society for Phot…

Updated 5 days, 3 hours ago
Homes to start going up soon in Quincy’s Jackrabbit Estates

QUINCY — Construction crews are already moving dirt at the site of the new Jackrabbit Estates, and houses should start going up by the end of April. Developer …

Updated 5 days, 4 hours ago

MOSES LAKE — “Bright Star” is not your grandparents’ musical.

Updated 6 days, 3 hours ago
Gesa, Red Cross join forces against home fires

MOSES LAKE — There are few things more frightening than a house fire. One of them is having a house fire and not knowing it. “Oftentimes home fires happen b…

Updated 6 days, 4 hours ago
Juried student art and design exhibit opens at Sarah Spurgeon Gallery

ELLENSBURG — The CWU Sarah Spurgeon Gallery will be hosting the Department of Art + Design’s 2024 Juried Undergraduate Student Art + Design Exhibition over the…

Updated 6 days, 12 hours ago
Othello library exploring potential remodel or new location

OTHELLO — Mid-Columbia Libraries and Adams County Rural Library District 1, which contracts with MCL for library services and management in Othello, are in the…

Updated 1 week ago
Blue Heron sign to be highlighted with kiosk

MOSES LAKE — A sign at Blue Heron Park will become a little more visible soon. The Moses Lake Trails Planning Team has purchased lumber for a kiosk to go ov…

Updated 1 week, 1 day ago
Moses Lake library to offer English classes for beginners

MOSES LAKE — The Moses Lake Library will offer a free beginning English for Speakers of Other Languages class starting this month. “We're going to be starti…