The COVID-19 pandemic has everyone looking for ways to entertain and calm themselves at home and find joy in the stay-home-stay-safe pattern of life. Gardening provides entertainment, relaxation, and satisfaction every day. It’s prime gardening time right now, so use this article as your motivation to get gardening - it’s not too late to start! Read More
As the world has shifted, so has education. Teachers and schools have risen to the occasion to deliver lessons and learning from afar. They have moved classes online, and some schools are checking out computers to families as needed–like in Troy, Idaho. Some educators are pre-recording their lectures, others create work packets for students at… Read More
Celebrate Black History Month every Friday  on the NPR News service. We pay tribute to the struggle of generations of African Americans with special programs: Friday, February 1, 7 PM, NPR News service: The Freed People In one of the most fascinating chapters of American history, Congress established The Freedmen’s Bureau as the Civil War drew… Read More
On November 14, KTNW, the PBS station for the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla will switch to a new transmitter and antenna. Viewers who watch the station using cable or satellite will not see a change. However, KTNW will be broadcasting on a new frequency which will require people who watch free using an antenna to rescan their TV to be able to see the channel. Read More
The Retro Cocktail Hour may be moving from Northwest Public Broadcasting’s NPR and Classical Music service, but it already has a well-established second home on the NWPB Jazz station, KJEM 89.9FM. For fans of the funky, vintage-futuristic show who live outside of KJEMs terrestrial signal, catch it on our NWPB App through a smartphone, or… Read More
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