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 By News Service Reports    Education    March 27, 2014

Chamber of Commerce hosts 'Best of the West' event

Last Thursday, March 20, 250 attendees gathered at Northern Quest Resort’s Pavilion as the West Plains Chamber of Commerce honored outstanding members in the community at the “Best of the West” gala. Chamber president Denise Vickerman, Spokane...

 
 By News Service Reports    Sports    March 20, 2014

Idaho State ousts Eastern

A quick 5-0 run on a 3-point basket by Sheryl Bitter with 3 minutes, 56 seconds to play in overtime, plus a layup from Jessica Tingey moments later, broke a 57-57 tie in overtime, propelling Idaho State to a 70-65 win last Thursday in the...

 
 By News Service Reports    Sports    March 20, 2014

Harvey named to NABC All-District team

His numbers were Rodney Stuckey like, so it’s fitting that Tyler Harvey has become Eastern Washington University’s first selection since 2006 on the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 6 team announced March 12. The...

 
 By News Service Reports    Education    March 13, 2014

Robots return to EWU to compete in aerial assist

Eastern Washington University will once again host a major FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), March 14-15, at the Reese Court Pavilion on the Cheney campus. With the new district competition model implemented by FIRST Washington, there are 10 differen...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    March 6, 2014

Buchanan Award candidate Hamlin gets sixth year

Ronnie Hamlin and that trademark hair flowing out of his helmet will return for another season with the Eastern Washington University football team. Nearing the school record with a current career...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    February 27, 2014

Eastern dishes out 2013 awards at annual football banquet

Nic Sblendorio, Jake Gall and John Kreifels, a trio of 2013 redshirts for the Eastern Washington University football team, were among the players honored Feb. 22 at the annual Eastern Washington...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    February 20, 2014

Jersey of EWU legend Ron Cox to be retired on March 8

More than 30 years later, No. 30 is going to be hung on the wall in the venue he helped open. Ron Cox, who earned All-America recognition all four seasons he played basketball for Eastern Washington...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Education    February 20, 2014

Cheney teen serves as legislative page in Olympia

Leah Swannack, a student at Cheney High School, served as a legislative page for the Washington House of Representatives, Feb. 3-7. Her 9th District Rep. Joe Schmick, R-Colfax, sponsored her. She is...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Education    January 30, 2014

CHS announces December students of the month

Cheney High School has released the names of students nominated as December students of the month. The students are listed as follows by department, name and class standing: Agriculture, Andrew...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    January 16, 2014

EWU women hope Reese is more kind than the road

Eastern Washington women’s basketball head coach Wendy Schuller wasn’t too excited about her team having to travel through Western Montana, and that was just the bus ride. Following an 0-2 results after losing a late lead - and the game - 78-74...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    January 9, 2014

Eagles third in final FCS polls after historic year Eagles are third in final FCS polls after historic year

After another run to the semifinals of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, the Eastern Washington University football team ended the season ranked third in a pair of final NCAA FCS...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    January 2, 2014

Eastern hangs with UConn, but fades in end

Eastern Washington fell short of the tall order of toppling legendary basketball giant, the University of Connecticut, but it certainly was not for lack of trying. The Eagles hung with the No. 15 UConn Huskies off and on most of the game before...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    December 26, 2013

Walla Walla CC's Chad Bodnar named new EWU soccer coach

Having turned Walla Walla Community College into a regional powerhouse, Chad Bodnar has been tabbed as the third head coach in the history of the Eastern Washington women's soccer program, EWU...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    December 26, 2013

Seton Hall breaks away for 92-70 win in Eastern's East Coast trip

For the first half of last Sunday’s nonconference men’s basketball game between Eastern Washington and Seton Hall, it looked as though the Eagles were able to perform on the big stage. But something happened after the break where Eastern’s...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    More News    December 19, 2013

Land trust acquires Latah Creek shoreline near Spangle

Friday the 13th proved lucky for Inland Northwest Land Trust as two projects closed on the same day helping protect 439 acres in local watersheds and over 15,000 acres total. On Dec. 13, the Land...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    More News    December 19, 2013

Sheriff warns residents of holiday mail theft

Spokane County Sheriff’s Office officials have said that over the past couple weeks numerous residents of south Spokane County have had their mail stolen out of their mailboxes. The majority of these incidents involve the suspect(s) opening mail n...

 
 By FROM STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    December 19, 2013

Kupp named as Jerry Rice Award winner

Bursting onto the scene with the best season by a freshman wide receiver in NCAA Football Championship Subdivision history, EWU receiver Cooper Kupp has been selected by The Sports Network as the...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    December 19, 2013

Ashenfelter's buzzer-beater tops Vandals

Senior Aubrey Ashenfelter drained a jumper with two seconds left to lift the Eastern Washington women's basketball team over visiting University of Idaho, 85-84, last Saturday at Reese Court. After...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    December 19, 2013

Eastern falls again to UC Irvine, Ndiaye's presence

His stat line isn’t overwhelming, but the imposing presence of 7-foot-6 Mamadou Ndiaye and his team’s defense certainly is. For the second time this season, UC Irvine held Eastern Washington University to 33 percent shooting or less and went on t...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Education    December 12, 2013

New Eastern trustee has family legacy with university

Uriel Iñiguez, one of six siblings to graduate from Eastern Washington University and the father of a current EWU student, has been appointed the university’s Board of Trustees by Gov. Jay Inslee, effective Jan. 1, 2014. Iñiguez is the oldest of...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    December 12, 2013

Eastern women collect first win over Cal Northridge, 73-53

The Eastern Washington women's basketball team put one of their best efforts of the season on display last Friday night at Reese Court and earned a long-awaited first victory of the season with a...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    December 12, 2013

St. Mary's rolls over Eastern 93-65

Eastern Washington found out just how tough the St. Mary's Gaels can be at McKeon Pavilion. Brad Waldow led five Saint Mary's players in double figures with 20 points, eight rebounds and a blocked sho...

 
 By STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Sports    December 12, 2013

Monterola earns Big Sky Athlete of the Week

Keisa Monterola of the Eastern Washington University women’s track and field team was selected as the Big Sky Conference women’s field athlete of the week for the week of Dec. 10 after a stellar season-opening performance in the pole vault at...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    Education    December 5, 2013

ML's Moriarty named to 2013 All-American Livestock Judging Team

LOUISVILLE – Medical Lake High School graduate Brett Moriarty has been named to the 2013 All-American Livestock Judging Team and was a part of the Texas A&M University Livestock Judging Team which claimed the 2013 national championship at the...

 
 By NEWS SERVICE REPORTS    More News    December 5, 2013

One person killed in multi-vehicle accident near Four Lakes

One person was killed and eight others injured in a four-vehicle accident last Wednesday on Interstate 90 just south of the Cheney/Four Lakes exit. According to a Washington State Patrol collision...

 

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