Articles from the March 4, 2010 edition

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Looking Back

10 Years Ago March 2, 2000 Nearly all the pieces are in place for the proposed refurbishment of SR-904 from one end of Cheney to the other. By handing over the project to the Washington State Department of Transportation the city will receive an...


Cheney Historical Museum News

Reported in the news 100 years ago this week, more than 100 people died on March 1, 1910 when a Great Northern passenger train was caught in an avalanche while coming through the Cascade Mountains. You can add to our Making Memories Exhibit, learn...


Four swimmers qualify and compete Short Course Championships

By JANINE HAMILTON Contributor Ellensburg was the location for this year's Inland Empire Swimming (IES) Short Course Championships hosted by the Ellensburg Area Swim Team, Feb. 26-28. Eastern Washington Recreation Association (EWRA) Hurricanes were... Full story


Eastern hockey headed to nationals

With wins of 4-1 over Texas A&M and 10-5 against San Diego State, Eastern Washington University's men's hockey team will return to the American Collegiate Hockey Association national tournament March 17-20 in Sansbury, Conn. Eastern (25-5-2) will... Full story


Cheney bowlers back from state

Cheney High School's boys bowling team finished 11th out of 14 teams at the Washington State Bowling Proprietors' Association state tournament held Feb. 20-21 at Triangle Bowl in Longview. The team of Brian Oens, Drew Henry, Dakota Torkelson, Tyler... Full story


Cheney's DeAngelo Jones picked to appear in Washington state all-star game

By JOHN McCALLUM Editor Cheney High School's DeAngelo Jones will get another opportunity to showcase his basketball wares on the hardwood. The Blackhawks senior guard has been selected to play in the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches... Full story


Nevada replaces Oregon St. as Eastern's football opener

Former Big Sky rivals to play Sept. 2 game in Reno FROM STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE REPORTS The 2010 schedule for the Eastern Washington University football team is nearly complete, as a season-opening road game at Nevada will fill the 11th and final...


Cardinals shown door early in Great Northern League playoffs

Cheney's Olson, Brophy explode to help Lady Hawk's rally, roll to huge win By PAUL DELANEY Staff Reporter The fall was hard and perhaps unexpected for the Medical Lake girl's basketball. Their 61-35 loss to Cheney in the first round of the Great...


Earlywine earns contract extension

FROM STAFF AND NEWS SERVICE SOURCES Kirk Earlywine will get a chance to see what the exciting and productive freshmen he recruited can do as sophomores. Earlywine, Eastern Washington University men's head basketball coach has received a contract exte... Full story


Eagle seniors go out in fitting way with win over Idaho State

Parting players score 53 of Eastern's 79 points in finale By PAUL DELANEY Staff Reporter Last Saturday's 79-71 win over Idaho State was a fitting encore for Eastern Washington University's seniors on the men's basketball team. The five went out in a... Full story


Crunch Time for March 4, 2010

Eastern understands that to have success, you have to give a coach time By JOHN McCALLUM Editor Eastern Washington University officials announced Tuesday that Eagles men's basketball coach Kirk Earlywine has been given a contract extension for a...


Eastern still a little short of their Big Sky championship goal

Loss to Idaho State will keep outright title in balance until Saturday's Portland State game By PAUL DELANEY Staff Reporter The Eastern Washington University women's basketball team came up one piece short of completing their Big Sky Conference... Full story


Lady Hawks upset third-seeded Cards

After loss to second-seeded Pullman, Cheney needs win over Clarkston to advance to state By JOHN McCALLUM Editor The sixth-seeded Cheney girls' basketball team played inspired basketball for a 61-35 win over No. 3 seed Medical Lake in the loser-out... Full story


MLSD looks for questions, answers on grade arrangements

Committee will examine issues, devise solutions over next several months before bond construction begins to remodel Hallett and middle school By RYAN LANCASTER Staff Reporter About 20 teachers, administrators and parents gathered at Medical Lake...


Historic landscaping workshop coming to Cheney March 20

Do you want your historic building to look at home in its setting?  Are you a do-it-yourself landscape designer looking for practical ideas you can run with? Join other local history buffs and garden enthusiasts for a one-day workshop on Saturday,...


StageWest names ‘Breaking Legs' raffle winners

StageWest Community Theatre is finished its production of “Breaking Legs,” by Tom Dulack. The performances were hilarious and successful, due to a great cast and crew, the direction of Carmen Fernandes, and all of the members of the community...


Choices for Cheney plans second road show

The second set of road shows relating to the Choices for Cheney campaign is scheduled to begin in early March. For 14 days, an informational display will be set up at various locations around town. A draft land use concept will be featured, which is...


Well dog gone: New hot dog shop to open at former Artists' Café location in Cheney

By BECKY THOMAS Staff Reporter The sign has changed at the former Artists' Café, along with the interior, the menu and the management. It's now Droop's Dawgs, or it will be in the coming weeks, once management trio Mark Howells, Steve Smith and...


As legislative session winds down the fate of Pine Lodge approaches

By RYAN LANCASTER Staff Reporter The field of possible outcomes for Medical Lake's Pine Lodge Corrections Center narrowed last week, when Gov. Chris Gregoire's state budget proposal was joined by a Senate plan on Saturday, Feb. 27. The Senate...


County urged to form pact for transportation benefit district

By MIKE HUFFMAN Managing Editor Spokane Valley News-Herald When it comes to local road-improvement needs, the road ahead doesn't look much smoother. So, according to some local leaders, it might be time to share the ride together. Last fall, when...


Mutual resolution sought on Fairchild joint land use study

County asks Airway Heights, Medical Lake and Spokane for plan to protect air base from encroaching development By RYAN LANCASTER Staff Reporter Spokane County Commissioners asked West Plains cities on Monday, March 1, to consider implementing a...


Police, Pine Lodge issues top ML agenda

By RYAN LANCASTER Staff Reporter The Medical Lake City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 2, was a wide-ranging affair, with agenda items offset by discussions on the city police force, the Pine Lodge situation and ball field lights funding. Medical...


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