Mountainside Middle School student learns about lawmaking in Olympia
Dan McCulloch injured in fire at Grand Coulee Dam
A Grand Coulee Dam worker injured in a Nov. 18, 2013, fire was released from the hospital last week.
A who’s who of the city’s business and civic group leaders turned out last week to celebrate the local Chamber of Commerce’s pick for 2013 Citizen of the Year.
Marchers stop at Okanogan Family Planning to pray
About 60 pro-life activists walked quietly through the downtown area Wednesday afternoon, sporting signs with phrases like, “Abortion attacks God who is life,” and “Your mother was pro-life.”
Second victim in stable condition in Vancouver, B.C., hospital
Brother and sister to represent U.S. in Sochi, Russia, in the 2014 Winter Olympic Games
Bjornsen will compete in Sochi, Russia, in February
Sadie Bjornsen celebrated qualifying for the U.S. Olympic cross country ski team by taking a long run on the snow in France.
Brewster resident Lesley Hernandez-Silva, daughter of Maurilio and Agustina Hernandez, has been awarded the Presidential Scholarship of $3,000 from Eastern Washington University.
The first 2014 baby born at Coulee Medical Center is Makenzie May Picard.
Auction, music featured at Greek-themed event
A Valentine’s-themed dinner and auction to benefit a former local man with cancer will be Feb. 14 at the Courtyard Downtown, 28 S. Main St.
Three Rivers Hospital has provided the resignation letter for outgoing Chief Executive Officer O.E. “Bud” Hufnagel Jr.
A field trip to the Stonerose fossil site proved to be particularly lucky for one Paschal Sherman Indian School student.
Eastern Washington University has released its fall quarter dean’s list. Local honorees are:
Conservative freshman lawmaker joins Seattle liberal in inviting Gov. Jay Inslee to give state of the state address
Association to host "legislative day," reception