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Judge Greg Tripp receives state Judge of the Year Award

SPOKANE – Spokane County announced April 24 that District Court and Cheney Municipal Court Judge Greg Tripp has been named Judge of the Year by the Misdemeanant Corrections... — Updated 5/1/2014


Idaho's wolf issue could soon become Washington's

Many years ago, when buffalo roamed the western United States, Native Americans made excellent use of this amazing animal. There were no government officials to patrol the land. If a buffalo, a bear or a wolf became a menace, the n... — Updated 4/24/2014


Do you know what a coyote looks like? Know your nature

It’s been years since I’ve stopped to visit “Cat Tales” on Highway 2. Every time I drive by I say to myself, “Stop one of these days and see the animals.” And every time I whiz on by. We Americans seem to be forever in... — Updated 2/20/2014

 By AL STOVER    Sports

Queen Underwood retains USA Boxing national crown

The crowd at the Pend Oreille Pavilion at Northern Quest Resort erupted as Queen Underwood made her entrance to the ring. A chant of “Queen of the ring” filled the air as Underwood steps through the ropes and stands at the red... — Updated 1/30/2014

 By Al Stover    Front Page

Al Stover returns to Cheney, signs as reporter with Cheney Free Press

My name is Al Stover, and I am the new staff reporter with the Cheney Free Press. I recently moved back from Wolf Point, Mont., a small town in the northeast part of the state that... — Updated 12/27/2013


Betty M. England

Betty M. England, age 83, longtime Sunnyside, Wash. resident passed away Monday, Dec. 9, 2013 in Kennewick, Wash. Betty was born July 22, 1930 in Lincoln, Neb. the daughter of... — Updated 12/20/2013 Full story


Life's different paths eventually unite Jacksons

Sometimes another person’s story reminds you of your own, sometimes not at all. Larry Jackson grew up in a family of eight children in Hoopeston, Ill., four miles from the Univers... — Updated 8/30/2013


MLHS names second semester honor roll

Principal’s Honor Roll Semester 2 4.0-3.5 Dara Abounorinejad, Dominique N. Anderson, Kaylee D. Andrews, Seth A. Barr, Ashley H. Beecher, Frederick F. Belga, Stefan H. Bergman, Kelli R. Beseler, Andrew C. Bliss, Joshua T.... — Updated 6/26/2013


MLHS announces honor roll for fall trimester 2012-13

The following students were named to the Medical Lake High School honor roll for fall trimester 2012-13. To qualify, students must earn a GPA of 3.50 or higher. Seniors Sydney E. Ahlf, Tiffany E. Allen, Luke H. Alvarado, Dominique... — Updated 2/21/2013


Carol Ann Moczulski (Squires)

Carol Ann Moczulski (Squires) passed away Jan. 14, 2013 in Spokane, Wash. after a long battle with cancer, surrounded by her loving husband Mitch, her immediate family and... — Updated 2/7/2013 Full story


Exercise can be the difference for retirees

I don’t know about you, but I find it all too easy to sometimes come up with a reason I just can’t exercise on a given day. I tell myself that my life is too crowded with work and meetings, or that I’m too tired from... — Updated 11/1/2012


All the room's a stage for Betz class

Plays help special education students get creative while they learn in the classroom By BECKY THOMAS Staff Reporter What started as a way to pass the time during indoor recess has... — Updated ERROR


Eastern sweeps Thompson Rivers in opener

By PAUL DELANEY Staff Reporter Eastern Washington University's hockey team got off to a promising start in their new league with a sweep of the Thompson Rivers University Wolf Pack this past weekend at the University Recreation... — Updated ERROR


In Our Opinion:Permanent surveilance creates Big Brother

Last Tuesday the U.S. House of Representatives failed to extend the life of three surveillance provisions in the Patriot Act, tools intelligence agencies say are necessary to public safety in the post-9/11 world. Those provisions a... — Updated ERROR


Review: Tell the truth, so help you Brothers Grimm

“Fairy Tale Courtroom” offers a funny, family-friendly take on villians By BECKY THOMAS Staff Reporter The auditorium in Eastern Washington University's Showalter Hall is a... — Updated ERROR Full story


StageWest Community Theatre of the West Plains will reprise “Fairy Tale Courtroom”

By KAY PACHECO Contributor ”Fairy Tale Courtroom,” by Dana Proulx and directed by Patty Steen will be reprised by the StageWest actors. The play will be performed on Fridays, Feb. 11,19 and 25 at 7 p.m.; Saturdays, Feb. 12,19... — Updated ERROR


StageWest auditions in Cheney this weekend

Auditions for StageWest's newest play, “Fairytale Court Room,” will be held Sept. 17 and 18 at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 639 Elm St. in Cheney. Director Patty Steen said the play needs two children - one girl and one boy to... — Updated ERROR


Mildred B. Stout

Mildred B. Stout, age 94, died peacefully at home Sept. 5 with her family at her side. A resident of Spokane since 1999, she had lived in Pullman for 54 years. She was born Nov. 22, 1915, in Chillicothe, Mo., the second of four... — Updated ERROR


Nevada distances themselves from Eagles in late going for 49-24 win

Taiwan Jones shines with career-high 322 all-purpose yards, fourth-quarter turnover helps kill Eagles' comeback By PAUL DELANEY Staff Reporter A career day from Taiwan Jones was not enough to carry the Eastern Washington... — Updated ERROR


Stopping ground game key for Eagles in opener at Nevada

Eastern's pre-season football camp generally pleases coach as regular season gets underway By PAUL DELANEY Staff Reporter If the Eastern Washington University Eagles are to have success in staging an upset victory over Nevada in... — Updated ERROR


Looking Back

10 Years Ago May 11, 2000 A Spokane County judge ruled on May 5 that a Medical Lake woman accused of stabbing her daughter to death last September was found not guilty by reason of insanity. Sharon L. Curry, 41, stabbed Jessica... — Updated ERROR


Cardinals lose to Deer Park in sloppy effort on soggy night

By PAUL DELANEY Staff Reporter Two touches of the ball and it appeared as though the Medical Lake Cardinals were on a roll last Friday night in a Great Northern League football... — Updated ERROR


Breaks prove elusive in Cheney's 19-10 loss to Deer Park

Hawks still in thick of playoff, Great Northern League title picture By JOHN McCALLUM Editor Deer Park's ball control offense and a lack of breaks helped send the Cheney football... — Updated ERROR


Blackhawks down Colville 39-28 with fourth quarter rally

Cheney scores 29 points in final nine minutes to remain unbeaten in Great Northern League By JOHN McCALLUM Editor For Cheney head coach Jason Williams, Friday's home game with... — Updated ERROR


Of Cabbages and Kings, Oct. 8, 2009

Little bits and pieces can lighten the spirit By LUELLA DOW Contributor A long time ago I wrote a musical drama. There was a song tucked in, entitled “A little bit here, a little bit there.” No, I'm not going to sing it for... — Updated ERROR


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