StoryCorps Northwest: Family Hit By Loss During 1918 Pandemic Reflects On COVID-19
This year, you may have heard references to the 1918 pandemic, referred to as the Spanish flu. Peggy Ward of Moscow, Idaho, shares the story of her grandmother who died in the 1918 pandemic and how it affected her family and the community. She spoke with her daughter, Lynne Embrey, for StoryCorps Northwest, recorded virtually.
Nancy Pyburn, right, and daughter Cynthia Bounds at their StoryCorps Northwest recording. Listen (Runtime 4:36) Read Sometimes, when everything feels right, something can make your world crumble. Something like a… Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest – Nancy Puburn & Cynthia Bounds: Dad goes to war
StoryCorps Northwest – Ric Carlson, Andy Kovach & Alex Kovach: Brent Blake and the great Soap Lake lava lamp
From left to right, Alex Kovach, Ric Carlson, and Andy Kovach at their StoryCorps Northwest Recording. Listen (Runtime 4:40) Read How do you bring money into a small town? Tourists… Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest – Ric Carlson, Andy Kovach & Alex Kovach: Brent Blake and the great Soap Lake lava lamp
Brianna Motzkus, left, and her mother Cindi Rang at their StoryCorps Northwest recording. Listen (Runtime 4:26) Read The early pandemic was chaos. Masks and other PPE were scarce. Cindi Rang… Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest – Cindi Rang & Brianna Motzkus: making masks for the pandemic