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Court goes above and beyond

RITZVILLE – Ritzville high school social studies teacher, Bryce Court was recognized by the high school for going "Above and Beyond" the last week of October. Before coming to... — Updated 11/24/2021

 
 By Sarah Stephens    News

Wheat-Lind Coffee House opening soon

LIND – The Wheat-Lind Coffee House will open downtown Nov. 13. Owner Heather Reed, 31, is a former Wenatchee resident who hopes to bring "community and coffee back into the... — Updated 11/4/2021

 
 By Sarah Stephens    News

Lind boy juggles motocross with school

LIND - A local boy is finding time to get straight As in his sixth-grade classes while racing motocross around the state. Merrick Shepard, 11, is a lifelong Lind resident and a... — Updated 11/4/2021

 
 By Sarah Stephens    Sports

Lind boy overcomes challenge returning to gridiron

LIND – Like other 16-year-old boys, Lind-Ritzville High School junior Nicholas Labes likes to hunt, play sports and hang out with friends. But due to a mysterious blood clot in... — Updated 10/26/2021

 
 By Sarah Stephens    Sports

Former resident, promoted at Eastern campus

CHENEY – Courtney Bilodeaux, has been named Associate Athletic Director for Academic Success for Eastern Washington University. Bilodeaux, 30 lives in Cheney with her husband, Jordan 31, and her sixteen-month-old daughter. Her... — Updated 10/26/2021

 

Caring Neighbors donates over $9,000 in funds to area projects

RITZVILLE – Caring Neighbors recently donated nearly $9,000 to help with area projects. The non-profit group donated $1,000 to the Dr. Frank R. Burroughs Home and Depot museum to... — Updated 10/26/2021

 
 By Sarah Stephens    News

Bronco Inn wins award

RITZVILLE – The Best Western Bronco Inn in Ritzville won the highly acclaimed M.K.Guertin award at a recent convention in Las Vegas, Nevada. The locally-owned Bronco Inn is one... — Updated 10/26/2021

 

Sprague names king, queen

SPRAGUE – A local girl who moved here four years ago from Cheney has been crowned Sprague High School Homecoming queen. Senior Chloe Melton, 17, moved here in eighth-grade. She is involved in several school clubs including the... — Updated 10/19/2021

 

Lind-Ritzville enthrone their nobility

RITZVILLE — A local girl said it is a “real honor” be have been named 2021 Lind-Ritzville Homecoming queen. Sydney Kinch, 17, a senior, said she believed there was a good chance she would be elected because she was a... — Updated 10/19/2021

 

Washtucna crowns royalty

WASHTUCNA – A girl who moved to Eastern Washington two years ago has been named Washtucna High School Homecoming queen. Noveli “Noe” Longatti, 17, who moved to Pomeroy from California in 2019, reigned over local Homecoming... — Updated 10/19/2021

 
 By Sarah Stephens    News

Drought conditions affecting most wheat farmers

RITZVILLE – Drought conditions affected most Eastern Washington wheat farmers during this past growing season. While statewide yields are down by 40%, the North-Central region is down by 50%. Wheat production remains the same at... — Updated 10/19/2021

 

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