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Police report from Seim arrest released

Seim EPHRATA An Ephrata Police Department officerclaims former Fourth Congressional District candidateGavin Seims actions during an Aug. 17 encounter came across as threatening and made him feel uncomfortable. Seim, 32, of Ephrata, was arrested for harassment and obstruction of a law enforcement off

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-09-19 12:00:00

1 injured in collision near George

GEORGE A Moses Lake man was injured in a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 90 near George early Tuesday morning. About 6:50 a.m. Justin Harris, 56, of New Baden, Texas was driving a 2008 Jeep Commander west on I-90, about four miles east of Moses Lake, when he reportedly rear ended a 2004 Ford F-3

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-09-20 12:00:00

Lecture on local cattle driver set for Sept. 21

The Kittitas County Historical Museum is continuing its 2017 lecture series with a presentation titled "The Life and Times of Ben Snipes," at 6 p.m., Thursday, according to a news release. The lecture is free, open to the public and refreshments will be served. Historian Mick Qualls will lead the di

DAILYRECORDNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 16:00:00

Woman headed to prison for pulling gun on test drive

MOSES LAKE A Moses Lake woman will be spending over 2 1/2 years in prison for pulling a gun on a car salesman during a test drive. Lisa Miller, 50, of Moses Lake, pleaded guilty in Grant County Superior Court to first-degree robbery-deadly weapon/appeared to be deadly weapon. Following a joint recom

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-09-20 12:00:00

Deputy saves overdose victim with anti-opioid spray

MOSES LAKE Less than a week after being trained on how to use the overdose-reversing drug, a Grant County Sheriffs Office deputy used Naloxone to save an overdose victim in Moses Lake on Thursday. About 2 p.m. MACC Dispatch received a report of a possible overdose in the 9000 block of Bong Loop Nort

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-09-18 12:00:00

Fall classes begin at Big Bend

Cheryl Schweizer/Columbia Basin Herald Big Bend Community College welding students get a review of class subjects from instructor Shawn McDaniel (standing) on the first day of fall quarter. MOSES LAKE The parking lots were full, so full that drivers were circling around looking for a space. The libr

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-09-19 12:00:00

Community members discuss the ideal superintendent

Rich Stewart and Rich Parker with the search firm McPherson and Jacobson had a public forum at Ellensburg High School Tuesday night to see what kind of attributes community stakeholders are looking for in the next Ellensburg School District superintendent. The group started the session by introducin

DAILYRECORDNEWS.COM - 2017-09-20 20:00:00

Moses Lake diving tradition features Generation Next

I didnt get a chance to see Heather Carbon on the 3-meter springboard, but used to love to watch her pole vault. We had a nice little talk at the Washington state track and field championships a couple years back. Its a good day to go 15-feet, I said as she passed through the warm-up area to the run

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-09-19 12:00:00

Warnick urges Inslee to take action on Hirst

Warnick OLYMPIA In light of a new report detailing the financial impacts of legislative inaction on the Hirst decision, Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, and 21 members of the Senate Majority Coalition are urging Gov. Jay Inslee to take action. In Whatcom County v. Hirst the Washington Supreme Court

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-09-18 12:00:00

Meatballs are better when they're made by hand

Dan Bolyard/courtesy photo These Swedish meatballs browned more evenly for being baked in the oven. I was wandering the local megamart and saw a package of premade meatballs. All you had to do was reheat them and serve as desired. Amazing! So was the price. They were also huge; so not that easy to e

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-09-19 12:00:00

US provides $1M grant for business incubator in Albuquerque

September 20, 2017 at 5:00 am | Columbia Basin Herald MOSES LAKE Once again, local artists, vintners, brewers and more will converge in Moses Lake Oct. 7 for the annual Art & Wine Walk. The event sprawls across downtown and runs from 1 to 5 p.m. ... September 20, 2017 at 10:45 am | ALBUQUERQUE, N.M

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD - 2017-09-20 17:45:00

Community shows appreciation for Jolly Mountain Fire crews

After returning to school, students from around the county showed their appreciation for firefighters battling the Jolly Mountain Fire, with cards and other art projects. Lincoln Elementary students made cards under guidance of teacher Katy Reeves, while Cle Elum-Roslyn students from Walter Strom Mi

DAILYRECORDNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 15:19:00

Student-run WVC rec center to open this week

WENATCHEE - Fredie Ham paid close attention to the construction progress of Wenatchee Valley College's new student recreation center last year. "We would come in and do tours as it was built, first seeing just the structure, then the walls, the roof and exterior. It was cool." she said. She was, per

THE WENATCHEE WORLD ONLINE - 2017-09-20 22:38:00

Smaller crew fighting Jolly Mountain Fire

NCW - The Jolly Mountain Fire outside Cle Elum is up to 40 percent containment with 136 personnel working the nearly 37,000-acre fire. Ten days ago, there more than 800 assigned to the blaze. Crews are working to find and repair damage that resulted from fighting the fire. Rain is expected to contin

THE WENATCHEE WORLD ONLINE - 2017-09-18 23:33:00

Couple arrested in connection with identity theft case

A Cle Elum man and a Pasco woman face allegations of fraud and identity theft, according to the Ellensburg Police Department. Christopher P. Kittler, 28, and his girlfriend, Hifa M. Smith, are accused of using stolen personal information and sophisticated printing equipment to make counterfeit drive

DAILYRECORDNEWS.COM - 2017-09-20 20:35:00

Sept. 20 blotter: Stolen items and semis off the road

Police | Kittcom received the following calls from Sept. 19-20 (calls are made to the 911 line and the non-emergency business line): There was a report of a shoplifter on North Ruby Street. A car battery reportedly was stolen on East Seattle Avenue. There was a report of a vehicle collision on So

DAILYRECORDNEWS.COM - 2017-09-20 18:45:00

Blotter: Vehicle fires and horses running loose

Police | Kittcom received the following calls from Sept. 16-18 (calls are made to the 911 line and the non-emergency business line): There was a report of items taken out of the glove box of a vehicle on 10th Avenue. A branch reportedly fell on a powerline and caught fire on Hundley Road. There w

DAILYRECORDNEWS.COM - 2017-09-18 20:15:00

Morgan staff member earns President's Leadership Award

Nora Hilton, a paraeducator at Morgan Middle School, was recognized with a President's Leadership Award by the Public School Employees of Washington for her contributions to the success of students during a meeting on Sept. 5, according to a news release. Hilton, who has worked for Ellensburg school

DAILYRECORDNEWS.COM - 2017-09-19 20:00:00

Big US detention center sued for paying detainees $1 a day

SEATTLE (AP) - Washington state on Wednesday sued the operator of one of the largest private immigration detention centers in the United States, claiming thousands of detainees were paid $1 per day for the work they performed but should have received the state's much higher minimum wage. State Attor

DAILYRECORDNEWS.COM - 2017-09-20 21:33:10

Left and Right: Navy is too small to fulfill its mission

Between 2003 and 2010 the small volunteer U.S. Army was badly overstretched, fighting wars in Afghanistan and Iraq in addition to conducting other missions around the world. Army personnel suffered a variety of negative consequences, including suicide, PTSD and divorce. The causes were obvious - con

DAILYRECORDNEWS.COM - 2017-09-20 20:00:00