A new neurosurgery practice at Gritman Medical Center in Moscow is part of a larger expansion to increase services. Continue Reading Gritman expands neurosurgery practice, adds other services
The ticketing counter, bag drop, and agent stations for Alaska Airlines at Sea-Tac International Airport were busy but not crowded late Tuesday morning. Some passengers moved through the lines and onto security, others stood against the wall opposite Alaska’s blue and green signs, with their bags sitting closely next to them, scrolling through phones, waiting for a journey, delayed.
On Tuesday, FlightAware reported over 60 cancellations and over 140 delays at the airport, the majority of which were Alaska Airlines flights.
Continue Reading A Journey Delayed — Sea-Tac airport flights delayed, canceled after 737 MAX 9 grounding
Brent Bowen started playing pinball as a kid in the Tri-Cities. Now, he owns seven pinball machines and hopes to start a league in the Tri-Cities, where there’s a dearth… Continue Reading PNW: a pinball paradise (mostly), how a Tri-Cities man is solving the ‘inland drought’
The United States Forest Service, under the directive of the United States Department of Agriculture, has announced plans to apply consistent standards to the conservation, restoration and maintenance of old-growth across the country’s national forests.
It’s a first of its kind standard that many say is necessary, given threats from climate change and varied management practices.
Continue Reading Reactions from PNW on nationwide directive to protect old-growth forests
In her new book, local woman recounts joys, successes and struggles of her life living with schizoaffective disorder Continue Reading Moscow author’s book illuminates inner world on the schizophrenic spectrum
Tanya Clarke and Daniel Connell own and operate Goldendale Reindeer Farm, which has nine reindeer. (Credit: Courtney Flatt, Northwest News Network) Listen (Runtime 1:27) Read The reindeer at Goldendale ReindeerFarm… Continue Reading The North Pole isn’t the only place for Santa to find reindeer – they’re in Goldendale, too
Five-month-old Hailey plays with a rattle at her parents’ apartment in Moscow, Idaho. Her parents are taking part in Washington state’s new leave program. (Credit: Lauren Paterson / NWPB) Listen… Continue Reading Paid leave for families in Washington helps some, frustrates others
Demolition of the King Road House in Moscow, Idaho began shortly after 6 a.m. local time on December 28, 2023. (Credit: Julie Scott) Listen (Runtime 1:03) Read The house where… Continue Reading King Road House, where four University of Idaho students were killed last fall, has been demolished
A black bear spotted on a forest road this spring in Eastern WA. (Courtesy: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife) Listen (Runtime 1:00) Read Permits to hunt black bears in… Continue Reading Commercial timber owners in Washington will be able to apply for black bear damage permits
The second day of record-breaking heat in the Seattle area. People of all ages took advantage of the sprinklers during a free concert at the Lake Burien School Park. (Credit:… Continue Reading Researchers say deadly heat waves to be more frequent, intense
The cow that stole Christmas: Nearly 20 years since mad cow disease was first discovered in Washington state, one family still struggles
Sergio Madrigal and his wife, Rosa, stand outside the farm they owned, until recently, near Sunnyside, Washington. (Courtesy: Anna King / Northwest News Network) Listen (Runtime 2:56) Read It has… Continue Reading The cow that stole Christmas: Nearly 20 years since mad cow disease was first discovered in Washington state, one family still struggles
Cloe McMichael, 22, sets the table in the longhouse in Mission, Ore. ahead of the annual Indian New Year ceremony, which is celebrated on the Winter Solstice. The feast is… Continue Reading Winter solstice is also ‘Indian New Year’ in the Northwest
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