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The most common mental health diagnoses among teens in the US

In January 2024, thousands of people earnestly responded to Elmo when the "Sesame Street" puppet prompted a mental health check-in on social media, asking, "How is everybody... — Updated 2/23/2024

 By Lucinda Saue    Neighborhood 

What individual has had a major impact on my life?

For ongoing impact on my life, my sisters, who are twins, probably win the prize. I was three years and two weeks old when they were born. Life has never been the same since. I was the apple of my parents’ eyes before they arrive... — Updated 2/22/2024


Forum set on Treasurer duties

CHENEY — Area residents have an opportunity to learn about the duties of the state treasurer. PEG — People for Effective Government — is offering a free, online forum featuring state Treasurer Mike Pellicciotti at 7 p.m.... — Updated 2/22/2024



If you live in a forest at the edge of a marsh like I do, you don’t need a calendar to tell you the season. Owl Calling Season has just past and I know it is near the end of February. The nocturnal, crepuscular creatures have bee... — Updated 2/22/2024


Area residents make Eastern fall Dean's List

CHENEY – The following area students have been named to the Dean’s List at Eastern Washington University for the fall 2023 quarter: Airway Heights — Regina Camacho, Zackery DaSilva, Alexander Dodson, Lindsey Ellis, Carson... — Updated 2/22/2024

 By TeAire Baier    Neighborhood 

Moose on the Palouse

A cow moose and her calf ventured into harvested wheat fields in the Oakesdale area last week afterr melting snow exposed green foliage to much on. Moose are often visible in the... — Updated 2/22/2024


This is not California; stop tying our energy to it

Several days ago, the Wall Street Journal issued a report about California’s “soaring electricity rates.” Average residential rates for investor-owned utility customers have surged by 72% to 127% over the past 10 years.... — Updated 2/15/2024


Food Bank adding drive-through

MEDICAL LAKE — As communities continue to navigate the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Medical Lake Food Bank Association is taking proactive measures to... — Updated 2/15/2024


Page for a week

Henry Burgis, 15, of Cheney served as a page for a week for 9th Legislative District Rep. Mary Dye, R-Pomeroy, at the state Capital in Olympia. Burgis is the son of Nick and Robin... — Updated 2/8/2024


Think about the natives

It may be time to think about incorporating new plants in your shrub border. If those uniform little plants you purchased years ago from the nursery and planted have become overgrown specimens more closely resembling ‘Uncle Remus... — Updated 2/8/2024


Risograph available at Eastern

CHENEY – The Department of Design at Eastern Washington University has acquired a risograph and is expanding its palette with an array of spot colors. Now, the university is... — Updated 2/8/2024


Welcome of the 'Rumble'

"The players had so much fun at the game," head coach Brian Baxter wrote in an email. "They were so excited about the crowd and the energy. Give out kudos to Derek Slaughter and... — Updated 2/8/2024


Cheney FBLA members win awards

Cheney Free Press CHENEY - The Cheney High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America won several awards from the 2024 Northeast Regional Winter Conference here.... — Updated 2/1/2024


Fritz Funkenbothum

Fritz Funkenbothum was a mess. He had moved to Florida, the land of perpetual sunshine, bugs, gnats, unbelievable humidity, swamps, marshes, and huge alligators, seven years ago after his breakup with Mitzy Dumbkin, a two timing... — Updated 2/1/2024


Writers Workshop

Cabin Fever By Richard Nault In the silent movie, The Gold Rush, Charlie Chaplin stumbles into the cabin of a prospector which has been taken over by a wanted criminal. The prospector returns and the three begin fighting until... — Updated 1/26/2024


Eastern Washington University opens clothing closet

Closet has served nearly 75 people By Clare McGraw Cheney Free Press CHENEY – Eastern Washington University has opened a clothing closet to help prepare future teachers for embarking on their professional careers. “In the... — Updated 1/26/2024


Cabin Fever

The Return to actual  Winter is so pleasant   ENJOY !  These sweet little snowflakes drifting down aren’t anything to fear.  For you  Snow-phobes consider this.  When the snow level reaches the midpoint of your windows and... — Updated 1/18/2024


About plant names

Herb: If it has two legs it is called Herb. If it grows in your garden and flavors your meals it is called herb, (silent h) Even though the h is silent in herbal you need it when pronouncing herbaceous. Clematis: Several... — Updated 1/18/2024


FBLA headed to state

CHENEY – The Cheney High School Future Business Leaders of America club is headed to the state competition in April with Santa's Trailer. Senior and club president Emme Murray... — Updated 1/11/2024


Soaking is the key

If you simply can’t wait to nudge spring back into your landscape there are things you can do besides making an appointment with a therapist. You can combat this condition, known as cabin fever, by seeding plants that require... — Updated 1/11/2024


Viking Drive-Inn survives challenges

SPRAGUE – Two local women have combined their efforts over the last five years to keep a restaurant open in the wake of COVID shutdown mandates and challenges finding employees.... — Updated 1/4/2024


Writers Workshop

The Christmas Fairy PART IV The next morning, the girls discussed Shalen’s mysterious message in-depth. “How on Earth did he give Uncle Mike a gift? And is that gift a chance meeting with Asherah?” asked Cora. “I know... — Updated 1/4/2024


Food distributed to needy Medical Lake residents

MEDICAL LAKE – Re*Imagine Medical Lake and Four Roots came together on Tuesday, Dec. 19, to give away boxes of fresh produce, dairy and meat sourced from local farmers to... — Updated 1/4/2024


Alcoholics Anonymous to meet

CHENEY – Alcoholics Anonymous has announced its meeting dates for 2024 here. The organization will meet from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesdays at United Methodist Church, 204 Fourth St. For information, contact Kathleen Morgan at... — Updated 1/4/2024


Area libraries offer New Year activities

SPOKANE COUNTY – Spokane County Library District will be hosting several January workshops and activities. Some activities will be available on site and some online. Those with self-care as a resolution can start the year by... — Updated 1/4/2024


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