Red cheat grass blooming between vineyard rows, Tapteil Vineyard, Red Mountain AVA, Washington Andrea Johnson Listen (Runtime 1:21) Read Red Mountain Washington is world-renowned for… Continue Reading Red Mountain AVA Celebrates 20 Years
An ultrasound machine sits beside an exam table at WISH Medical in Moscow. Photo by Rachel Sun Listen As Idaho — and the nation —… Continue Reading Evaluating The Role Of Religiously Based Sexual Health Clinics
Paula Swedeen, a forest policy specialist for the Washington Environmental Council, walks through forest land adjacent to Mount Rainier National Park. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)… Continue Reading “Prepare For Higher Than Average Fire Season,” Says Washington Forest Protection Association
Carol Miles and volunteers assist with a harvest of this year’s cantaloupes in Mount Vernon, Wash. Listen Correspondent Lauren Paterson tells us how a bit… Continue Reading The Secret To Growing Cantaloupe In Colder Northwest Areas? Using The Roots Of Squash
Board members Alisa Anderson speaks to neighbors about the Oxford House planned near their homes in northeast Moscow on Bitterroot Street at a board meeting… Continue Reading Recovery Center Closes on Oxford House
The summer movie blockbuster season kicked off May 27 with the release of a long-delayed sequel to the 1980s hit “Top Gun.” And Pacific Northwest moviegoers may recognize some familiar mountain scenery in the background. Continue Reading New Top Gun Sequel Starring Tom Cruise Includes Pacific NW Scenery. But We’re A ‘Rogue’ State
Courtesy of Community In Schools Listen (Runtime 3:20) Read A controversial tax in Benton County has raised more money than expected. Now commissioners are hearing… Continue Reading Controversial Tax In Benton County Raises More Than Expected; Helps Students And Families
Health Education Specialist Caitlin Rusche demonstrates how to administer Narcan during a training session Wednesday at the Latah Recovery Center. Photo by Zach Wilkinson/The Lewiston… Continue Reading Idaho Adds Naloxone Training As OD Deaths Rise
Since January of this year, more than 900 drivers have failed to stop for a Washington State Patrol trooper trying to pull them over. The patrol and other police agencies around the state say they’ve never seen such blatant disregard for their lights and sirens. The change in driver behavior comes after state lawmakers passed strict new rules on when police can engage in pursuits. Continue Reading See Ya! Washington Police Say Drivers Aren’t Stopping For Them; Cite Pursuit Restrictions
Eastern Washington is in for another hot, dry summer. But – spring rains mean the west side of the state will no longer face a drought. Continue Reading While Spring Rains Help Most Of Washington, Parts Still Under Emergency Drought
Building a canoe is about learning and community-building for everyone involved. That’s what one Nez Perce man said before launching a canoe that was handmade with the help of fourth graders into the water on Tuesday. Continue Reading Carving Out Lessons From A Canoe
To ‘Honor The Shoulders We Stand On:’ Big Band Premieres With Nod To History Of Native Jazz Musicians
A scheme to entertain a 4-year-old youngster in Spokane by playing a jazz album nearly three decades ago produced a cascade of aftereffects that culminated on stage in Olympia, Washington, this month with crescendos of horns and multiple standing ovations. During the debut of a 16-piece, all-Indigenous big band, the performers on stage hearkened even further back in history to celebrate the little-known, but long line of Native jazz musicians and big bands. Continue Reading To ‘Honor The Shoulders We Stand On:’ Big Band Premieres With Nod To History Of Native Jazz Musicians
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