Sunday, May 09, 2021


What's happening in lifestyle news? For information and details regarding daily lifestyle, see our articles below.

Updated 20 hours, 15 minutes ago

Polo Ridge development set to move to third stage

Schneider Custom Homes LLC is in the application process for Phase 3 of Polo Ridge, the final 11 lots of a resid...

Updated 1 week, 5 days ago
Start out small when you’re ready to return to exercise

The weather is warming up, and it’s tempting to get out there and get a little exercise.

Updated 1 week, 5 days ago
Outside chance: Moses Lake auction funds another year of hunting and fishing opportunities for kids

The Youth Outdoors Unlimited auction crowd was smaller than usual Saturday evening, at around 100, said executive director Cindy Carpenter, but perhaps even ...

Updated 1 week, 6 days ago
MLHS Knowledge Bowl heads to nationals after winning state

Moses Lake High School’s Knowledge Bowl team is preparing for a national invitational tournament May 1, hosted by Colorado Knowledge Bowl, after claiming fir...

Updated 2 weeks ago
The basics of reading seed packets

Stores are stocking 2021 flower and vegetable seeds now for planting this year, and the packets contain quite a bit of useful information to help you be succ...

Updated 2 weeks, 1 day ago
New subdivision in Mae Valley begins application review

Sumner-based Mitchell Development LLC is applying for a 57-lot residential development in Moses Lake’s Mae Valley area.

Updated 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Sitting out: Durability, space key to choosing outdoor furniture

The sun is out, the days are longer, it’s getting a little warmer and sooner or later the wind will stop blowing. It’s time to dust off the outdoor furniture...

Updated 2 weeks, 2 days ago
'Bean' builder: Camper project turns into growing business

What started with a rebuild of a camper in the summer of 2019 has blossomed into far more than Nicole Case ever realized.

Updated 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Growing sprouts at home: Moses Lake woman learns techniques for health benefits

With COVID still hanging around more than a year after it first surfaced in Washington, now is as good a time as any to try and boost your immune system. Spr...

Updated 2 weeks, 5 days ago
The legacy returns: Wildlife museum reopens in Ritzville

Launching in 2018, Ritzville's Lasting Legacy Wildlife Museum reopened in March, after being closed throughout the pandemic.

Updated 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Baking the best of it: Paige Tolley uses restrictions to start business

Paige Tolley started her own business, Paige’s Custom Cakes, last summer because she said there wasn’t much to do.

Updated 2 weeks, 6 days ago
The show goes on: Ephrata horse club holds qualifying event

The Washington State Horsemen North Central Club had its first qualifying event of the year Saturday in Ephrata, where around 20 riders -- from toddlers to g...

Updated 3 weeks ago
Energy code changes could boost home prices

SPOKANE — It will likely soon get more expensive to build a house in the state of Washington.

Updated 3 weeks ago
Homes are hot: Here’s what buyers are looking for

Real estate professionals in Grant County know what prospective homebuyers are looking for right now in the market, from models to features and design.

Updated 3 weeks ago
Planning to plant: Spring cleaning a good idea in the garden, too

A garden, just like a house, can benefit from spring cleaning.

Updated 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Don't be afraid to question potential contractors

It pays to do research, and a lot of research, when looking for a contractor to build a home. And it pays to set clear expectations written into the contract.