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 By KELSEY LAVELLE    Neighborhood    April 10, 2014 

HOPE School prepares local hearing impaired students for the hearing world

There has been a growing habit among travelers of checking for any fussy infants before boarding a flight, or overhearing a conversation of someone talking loudly on a cell phone in line for coffee. These scenarios are often viewed as annoyances and...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    More News    March 20, 2014

Repair classes to benefit Cheney Junior Rodeo

Reasonable drivers know to turn into the blowout when your tire pops on the road. The next step however, changing said tire, can be a challenge few have experience completing. Puncturing a tire while driving is an inevitable circumstance of owning...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    More News    March 13, 2014

Top of the Line combines seafood with good old hamburgers

The salmon colored walls and outdated booths of the former café at 24 West First St. were minor challenges for the building's new owners. Though the integrity remains for the most part unchanged,...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    Education    March 13, 2014

Eastern to hold Student Creative Works Symposium in May

Eastern Washington University will dedicate two days in May for students to present during a multidisciplinary symposium. The event allows students to present original works to a group of around 130 faculty advisors and mentors. The symposium...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    More News    March 6, 2014

Flora tells EWU students sustainability is the best way to health

As founder and executive director for Sustainable Obtainable Solutions, Gloria Flora uses her 22- years of experience in the Forest Service to inform and motivate locals to move toward a more sustainable lifestyle. Flora delivered the keynote address...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    Front Page    February 27, 2014

Memorial for EWU students Monday

Eastern Washington University is hosting a memorial service for the two students killed early last Friday morning in an accident on Highway 195. Nancy Zepeda Zarate, 21 and Ashley Gonzales, 21, were not wearing seatbelts and declared deceased at the...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    More News    February 20, 2014

Gibbs buys Cheney dental practice

Nobody likes going to the dentist. Everyone knows that, even Dr. Marshall Gibbs who recently acquired the former Stockton & Gibbs Dentistry practice. Gibbs is fully aware of the distaste folks...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    More News    February 20, 2014

Cheney Spinal Care brings in acupuncturist

We no longer rely on leeches and bloodletting to cure diseases, or regard convulsions and hysteria as symptoms of possession or witchcraft. Science has allowed for progress in medicine to go beyond these medieval practices. One practice that is...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    More News    February 6, 2014

West Plains residents named recipients of 2013 SCOPE awards

The West Plains is an area that prides itself on it's sense of community and dedication to values. This dedication was reiterated when SCOPE announced the 2013 award recipients this past November. Che...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    More News    January 30, 2014

West Plains Community Orchestra is getting in tune

They may not be rock stars, but the members of the West Plains Community Orchestra have a passion for their music that is undeniable. Since it's inception last spring the group has really shown...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    Neighborhood    January 30, 2014

'Wedding is slammin' good fun

Someone is a groom, someone is a girl and someone else may or may not be a hooker. Slamming a few more doors always clarifies sticky situations- like waking up in bed on your wedding day with a woman who is not your fiancé. The small cast of the...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    Education    January 30, 2014

EWU President Arévalo announces retirement

This July, Eastern Washington University will sadly discharge its current president after eight years of dedication to the school. Dr. Rodolfo Arévalo announced his retirement from the university last Friday. Under Arévalo’s tenure as president,...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    More News    January 16, 2014

Former EWU professor sees U.S. as Third World country in new book

Merriam-Webster defines the Third World as the aggregate of the underdeveloped nations of the world. With clean running water, daily access to technology and coffee stands in abundant supply it is...

 
 By Kelsey Lavelle    Education    December 26, 2013

Patterson Hall remodel near completion

Only interior details and outdoor aesthetics are left for the Eastern Washington University remodel project that is in its third year of construction. Finally professors, students and administrators...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    Front Page    December 19, 2013

North Pole non-stop to Christmas joy

Most people think loud and excited children are the worst part of flying. For flight 1225, the plane is full of exactly those types of children who are all flying where every child wishes they could...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    Front Page    December 12, 2013

Cheney's Chet's Flowers named one of top 1,000 florists in nation

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, perhaps even a bit sweeter when they come from the recently honored Chet's Flowers of Cheney. A month ago a package arrived at the door of this local...

 
 By KELSEY LAVELLE    Neighborhood    December 12, 2013

Cheney Junior Rodeo and Time of Remembrance team up for Saturday's fundraiser at Fairway's GC

Between the constant bustle and inevitable stress the holidays can bring it can be easy to let the bells of the Salvation Army become background noise and the need for those less fortunate to fall on occupied ears, the Cheney Junior Rodeo...