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Brief: Land Trust, Moscow Parks host WinterFest

The Palouse Land Trust and Moscow Parks and Recreation are inviting the community to their first WinterFest, 1-3 p.m. Sunday at Berman Creekside Park, 382 Styner Ave. The groups will tell how to get outside and enjoy the area, no matter the weather. S'mores and hot chocolate will be provided as well

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL: Sandpoint grinds out 4A IEL victory at Moscow

MOSCOW A dominating second quarter and strong interior defense were big keys as the Sandpoint Bulldogs earned a 39-35 4A Inland Empire League win over the Moscow Bears on Saturday at Bear Den. Grace Kirscher scored 18 points, Dawson Driggs 11 for the Bulldogs (8-6, 1-0 4A IEL), who outscored the Bea

COEUR D'ALENE PRESS - 2018-01-14 13:00:00

Dispute over bacon leads to alleged assault

A 21-year-old Moscow woman reportedly grabbed her mother by the throat and spit on her during an argument over bacon shortly before 10:30 p.m. Friday on the 2200 block of Old Pullman Road outside Moscow. The 21-year-old was arrested for suspicion of battery, and it is unknown who ate the bacon.

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-15 19:39:00

PREP ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Adam Wallace

Like several schools in the area, Moscow High has resolved to schedule aggressively in wrestling, hoping rugged competition will increase the Bears' chances of medaling in the state tournament. So the goal in December and January isn't necessarily winning tournament titles. It's showing competitive

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Learning to understand refugees, immigrants

Nine-year-old Evan Heckman, a fourth-grader at Lena Whitmore Elementary School in Moscow, was a little nervous the year he attended school abroad in England. There were a lot of differences from the U.S., he said, but he was welcomed and got involved, and that made all the difference. Though Heckman

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Cultivating Success classes help would-be farmers make leap

The past 25 years has seen more small-scale farms cropping up, while larger farms keep growing in size but are fewer in count. The number of Idaho farms ranging from 1 to 9 acres leapt from 2,953 in 1982 to 4,861 in 2012, the last year those tallies were completed by the National Agricultural Statis

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PREP WRESTLING: Lakeland, Post Falls move into top bracket

POST FALLS Tournament host Post Falls went unbeaten with wins over Sandpoint and Rocky Mountain High of Meridian on Friday to advance to the Gold Bracket of the 21st annual River City Duals at The Arena. Post Falls beat Sandpoint, then beat Rocky Mountain to advance. Lakeland also went unbeaten on t

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50th: Jim and Dorene Branson

The Pullman couple celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Dec. 22 with a dinner and dance in the pavilion at Palouse Ridge Golf Course in Pullman. For their special occasion, they were surrounded by their four children and their spouses, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, family and close friend

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Police: Man fled from officers, charged with possession

SUNBURY - A Brooklyn man wanted on robbery charges in New York fled city officers Monday afternoon, but was quickly nabbed near the Memorial Acres housing complex just off North Fourth Street, according to police. Pierre Buggs, 33, was arrested Monday after Sunbury officer Keifer Bathgate said he wa

DAILY ITEM - 2018-01-16 02:55:24

Top tastings: Local winery nabs 4 awards at PA Farm Show

SUBMITTED PHOTO Ryan, Tracey, Haeden and Aeslyn Bonney, pictured clockwise from top at right, received four awards on behalf of Whispering Oaks Vineyard, Sunbury, at the 2018 Pennsylvania Farm Show. They are pictured with the Pennsylvania Grape Queen and Princesses. SUNBURY - A popular local winery

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Local volunteers talk togetherness, commitment as demands increase

LARRY DEKLINSKI/STAFF PHOTO Matt Siko, an EMT, far right, holds a seminar about tourniquets and dressings for members of the East End Fire Co. during the company's regular training night on Wednesday. In the early hours of Dec. 14, ladder trucks from Shamokin, Mount Carmel, Sunbury and Milton surrou

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Habitat home taking shape in Mt. Carmel

SARAH DESANTIS/STAFF PHOTO Volunteers with Snyder Union Northumberland Habitat for Humanity, work inside the living room of 325 W. Olive St., Mount Carmel, Friday afternoon. A future owner is being sought for the home, which was gifted to the nonprofit organization. MOUNT CARMEL - A small, mint-gree

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Juniata takes 6th in own tournament

MIFFLINTOWN - A short-handed Juniata wrestling team went 2-3 to finish sixth in its own 10-team Juniata Duals on Saturday. The Indians were without the services of Tanner Weiand (132 pounds), Parker Noss (170) and Christian Benner (220), while Tyler Wileman wrestled despite battling the flu bug. Nos

SENTINEL - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

'Warm Zone:' Responders prepped for threat calls

SARAH DESANTIS/STAFF PHOTO Trevorton Community Ambulance members, from left, Jesse Paul, Jessica Paul and Dan Grego, practice applying pressure and a bandage to a wound during an emergency medical tactical training program held for firefighters, police and medical personnel Saturday at the ambulance

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'It must be a struggle': Frederick Douglass once spoke at city hotel

National Park Service Frederick Douglass, shown in this undated image, spoke at Williamsport's Doebler Hall in November 1867. Lycoming College hosts a website dedicated to Williamsport's involvement in the Underground Railroad during the days of slavery in the United States. One small section is de

WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

PHFA approval building hold up

CHRIS J. GREGO/STAFF PHOTO HVAC units and a backup generator, located on the south side entrance of the Madison Court apartment complex in downtown Shamokin, require the installation of protective barriers to secure them from vehicular traffic prior to opening of the new facility. SHAMOKIN - The Mad

NEWSITEM.COM - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Gunshots from Newport News shooting caught on video

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - A security camera attached to the front of a home caught two distinct gunshots from a shooting that happened Thursday. The homeowner, Garry Herrera said he initially thought they were fireworks. Herrera told News 3 he had just made his weekly grocery run and was unloading groceri

WTKR - 2018-01-16 00:56:03

Local organizations hold Day of Service in honor of MLK

The volunteers were out working all across southeastern Newport News on Monday in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King. NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) - For some Hampton Roads residents, honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. took form in the shape of volunteer work. The volunteers were out working all across

WAVY NEWS 10 - 2018-01-16 01:14:42

The Science of Arachnids Exhibit coming to the Virginia Living Museum

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. - This coming Saturday the Virginia Living Museum will be invaded by arachnids for a few months. The Science of Arachnids Exhibit, presented by the National Exterminating Company, Inc., will be open from January 20 through April 10, 2018, according to museum officials. The exhibit

WTKR - 2018-01-15 19:15:08

Newport News seafood business owner charged in crab meat scam

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) - The owner of Casey's Seafood, Inc. in Newport News was charged Friday with violating the Lacey Act for blending foreign crab meat with Atlantic blue crab meat. The Department of Justice says 74-year-old James R. Casey is accused of replacing Atlantic blue crab meat with cr

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