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39 reasons to question morals, ethics of president... [Read More]
Tags: Dec - Letter - Editor
a retired journalist - among those who are amused, sometimes to the point of laughing out loud, while watching the latest dustup between Washington State... [Read More]
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Electric-assisted bicycles and electric scooters are becoming more popular in Moscow, but city code lacks clarity on how and where they can be utilized. [Read More]
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For the first time in more than four decades, Idaho students will not have to pay an increase in tuition and fees if they attend... [Read More]
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Like America today, the Roman Republic once was the wealthiest, most powerful city-state on Earth. Its armies were the mightiest, its economy was the biggest,... [Read More]
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Surely, Washington State knows its wins mostly will be earned on the defensive end this season. [Read More]
Former Idaho quarterback John Friesz was inducted into the inaugural class of the Big Sky Hall of Fame, the league announced Wednesday. [Read More]
Why pick on rifles? [Read More]
Tags: Dec - Letter - Editor
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Le Ann Wilson caught Santa Claus sneaking in a little bit of holiday angling. Old St. Nick — in a decorated drift boat — came... [Read More]
Tiny gardens will spring up in downtown Moscow starting next year, and members of the public will be able to access the locally grown foods... [Read More]
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Potlatch fourth graders are stitching their way toward mastering math concepts through a pair of activities typically reserved for home economics classes - baking and... [Read More]
Pet owners can have their and their pet's photos taken with Santa 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Pets Are People Too in Moscow,... [Read More]
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Mary Means shovels snow outside her neighbor's house Wednesday on East Third Street in Moscow. Neighborhood residents decorated the pedestrian bridge for the holidays. [Read More]
With the help of the Rotary Club, Pullman High School students could have an opportunity to earn an English scholarship for college. [Read More]
As I noted in two previous columns (No one is a climate change denier Part 1 and Part 2), all agree that the climate has... [Read More]
Tags: Part - View No - climate
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Technology touches every part of our lives and with technology comes the need for reliable broadband access. Access to the internet has become nearly as... [Read More]
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Clouds blow through a blue sky above a lone tree growing on a ridge near Chaney Road on Tuesday north of Viola. [Read More]
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Sophomore placekicker Blaze Mazza's first-team nod headlined eight Washington State football players on the Pac-12's all-conference team, which was voted on by the league's coaches... [Read More]
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A tractor-trailer hauling vehicles nearly slid into a canyon Wednesday morning on State Route 195 just north of Colfax. [Read More]
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A brewery and veterinary clinic are coming to downtown Palouse to complete a nearly decade long effort to develop a once-contaminated vacant property on Main... [Read More]
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