Breaking Ground For Healing: Esther’s House Will Help Child Victims Of Sex-Trafficking In Tri Cities
A non-profit religious group held a symbolic ground-breaking in rural Franklin County for a first-of-its-kind in Washington home for teenaged sex-traficking survivors. The program is through Mirror Ministries and is called Esther’s House. Continue Reading Breaking Ground For Healing: Esther’s House Will Help Child Victims Of Sex-Trafficking In Tri Cities
Alyssa Farrow, an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, is one of the early users of the Camp Crier app. Listen The Confederated Tribes of… Continue Reading ‘Camp Crier’ App Gives Tribes Custom Way To Communicate
A haze of smoke over Pullman is visible from the top floor of Jackson Hall at Washington State University Tuesday. Photo by Rachel Sun Listen (Runtime 1:03) Read As smoke… Continue Reading Guide: How to Keep Lungs Healthy, Happy During Fire Season
For over a year, a group of Active Duty and National Guard Green Berets formerly known as Team 11 have been helping their Afghan co-workers leave the war torn country. Members of the National Mine Reduction Group and their families are seeking refugee status. Continue Reading Hundreds Of Afghan Co-Workers Waiting To Be Processed A Year Later
Half a dozen Pacific Northwest craft breweries are diversifying into making nonalcoholic beer. But instead of brewing bland and watery “near beer,” they’re injecting quality and variety into a space that used to be dominated by a few national brands. A swelling customer base is lapping it up. Continue Reading Not Your Father’s ‘Near Beer’: Northwest Craft Brewers Rethinking Drinking With Nonalcoholic Quaffs
In this episode of Traverse Talks with Sueann Ramella, founder of a local newspaper, The Black Lens, in Spokane, Washington. Sandra Williams shares her life story growing up in the predominantly white Inland Northwest as a Black woman, her work ethic and what she is doing to insure future generations have a place that feels like community in Spokane. Continue Reading ‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 19: Celebrating The Life And Legacy of Sandy Williams
Richard Eggleston Listen (Runtime :59) Read When Richard Eggleston started writing Opinion page columns about COVID-19 for the Lewiston Tribune in early 2021, his writing garnered strong criticism from readers… Continue Reading Ophthalmologist Facing Allegation of Unprofessional Conduct, Could Potentially Lose Medical License
Hundreds gathered outside the Board of Natural Resources meeting in Olympia this week to demand the board make further commitments to forest conservation. Continue Reading Rally Outside Board Of Natural Resources Meeting Demands Board To Address Call To Action
A first-of-its-kind climate resiliency website will help communities understand climate-related risks, the Biden administration said. The new website, launched Thursday, provides real-time information and predictions for local communities that are more vulnerable to disasters, such as wildfires, heat waves and droughts. Continue Reading Biden Administration Launches Website To Provide Real-Time Climate Data, Predict Future Scenarios
The Washington Department of Natural Resources is warning of a potential increase in wildfire activity across the state this weekend. Red flag warnings have been issued in every county west of the Cascade crest. Continue Reading Weekend Wind Event Poses Wildfire Risk
Braver Angels Workshop Listen (Runtime 1:40) Read Heading into November’s midterm election, people across the country remain divided and are having a hard time communicating with civility. One organization, Braver… Continue Reading Braver Angels: Bringing Civil Conversations To The Tri-Cities
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