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Top 'Tucna musicians

Washtucna High School juniors Drake Gloyn (French horn) and Hannah Hille (clarinet) were recently selected for the Washington State Wind Symphony. They will rehearse and perform... — Updated 1/3/2024


Jolly presides as grand marshal

RITZVILLE – Local resident Barbara Freese Jolly will preside over this year's Ritzville Community Parade as grand marshal. Jolly, 87, has been active in local rodeo and 4-H... — Updated 8/30/2022


Fair & Rodeo

Rodeo events on tap Friday, Saturday RITZVILLE – It's rodeo time. The Ritzville Rodeo takes over the fairgrounds arena on Friday and Saturday nights, Sept. 2-3. Grand entry starts... — Updated 8/30/2022


Grange to offer food, bingo

RALSTON – Ralston Grange volunteers will be offering food Friday through Sunday inside the Wheat Land Communities Fair area outside the rodeo arena. The Grange menu will include kraut ranza, German sausage, soft pretzels,... — Updated 8/30/2022


Dakota Killian selected as 2022 Distinguished Young Woman

RITZVILLE - Lind-Ritzville's Distinguished Young Women Showcase event brought four young women vying for scholarships and awards to the stage to show off their talents Sunday, Mar.... — Updated 3/30/2021


Ice Age Institute announces upcoming events

WASHTUCNA — The Palouse Falls Chapter of the Ice Age Floods Institute will be hosting several upcoming events. Eastern Washington University Professor Dr. Judd Case will be speaking on "Early Pleistocene Mammalian Fauna from Nort... — Updated 2/16/2021


Library offers curbside pick-up

We started offering curbside pickup on June 8 and it’s been heartening to see bags of library materials going out the door again. Patrons can call 509-659-1222, email [email protected], visit the online catalog at... — Updated 7/1/2020


City open parks

RITZVILLE -- Mayor Gary Cook and city council members approved opening the city's golf course and parks earlier this week. Public works staff had the yellow police tape removed and... — Updated 5/8/2020


Movie "1917" draws crowd to Ritzville theater

RITZVILLE – Sixty-seven people attended “1917,” shown at the Ritz Theater last weekend. “It was a good movie. And with 67 (in attendance), it was a money-maker for us,” said John G. Rankin, running the recently remodeled... — Updated 3/11/2020


Music on Main set for Memorial Day weekend

Blues, Southern Rock and Country sounds are destined for Main Avenue in Historic Downtown Ritzville on Sunday, May 26, 2019. Free live entertainment is being made possible through... — Updated 5/9/2019


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