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Articles written by Lynette Hagel

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LDS youth, adult leaders work together to clean Salnave Park

On Saturday March 21, over 50 Latter Day Saint youth and adult leaders from Cheney and Medical Lake volunteered four hours of their time to clear Salnave Park of pine needles. The volunteers worked...

 

Jongeward helps local non-profit for Eagle Scout award

Cheney resident and local Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and Boy Scout Troop member, Brock Jongeward earned his Eagle Scout award by helping a local non-profit company. Jongeward was sear...

 

Achieving her Lilac princess dream

Cheney High School student McKenna Kent was recently selected as a finalist for the Lilac Festival Association. This stage in the competition is called the “Fab 14.” The organization starts out by selecting from over 25 young women who have been...

 

Celebrating a century of life - Robert Marx

"1914: World War I begins, and the Panama Canal is officially opened after 10 years of construction. The world's first red and green traffic lights are installed in Cleveland, Ohio and the first...

 

Genealogists unite to support and encourage

"Genealogy is like a puzzle, you take little bits here and there and put it all together," Don Seamen, a Family Search Center Volunteer, said. "Solving the mystery is the exciting part of genealogy...

 

A 'Daily Dose' is enough

An opportunity was presented and Cheney-area residents Bruce and Janet Holloway jumped in full force. Since April 2013, they have headed up the "Daily Dose" English program for the West Plains...

 

Boy Scouts celebrate 100 years of partnership

Old Pinewood Derby cars escaped from dusty shelves throughout the West Plains, as young and old Boy Scouts gathered Oct. 29 to celebrate the 100-year partnership between the Boy Scouts of America...