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Participants at a past Canine Canter 5K Fun Run.

Five kilometers of dogs

JULIA MESSEGEE, Evergreen reporter April 5, 2024

Dogs, dog owners and non-dog owners alike will run throughout Pullman for the Annual Canine Canter 5K Fun Run, returning Saturday. The Fun Run will start and end at McGee Park in Pullman. The WSU College...

You can make plans to go Easter egg hunting with loved ones.

Ask Life: Plans to make for Easter?

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor March 26, 2024

Dear Life Section, I always celebrated Easter with my family, and now I am not sure what to do this year. Do you have any suggestions? Sincerely, Holiday Planner   Dear Holiday Planner, One...

Danh Pham conducting U.S. Army Bands Pershings Own.

Music festival to celebrate local youth, highlight musical talent

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor March 21, 2024

To put the spotlight on youth from Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, the Young Artists Music Festival allows five winners to perform in front of a live audience, backed by an orchestra. The Washington...

Diamond E.B. Porter posing for a headshot.

WSU professor-game developer makes games representing Black culture

JULIAN CABALLERO March 5, 2024

Diamond E.B. Porter, game designer and WSU College of Arts and Science assistant professor, creates digital media that represents Black culture, something she never had growing up. Porter centers her...

Both Pullman and Moscow are hosting a Brewfest and Starkbierfest respectively on the same day.

Your choice: Brewfest or Beerfest on Saturday

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor February 29, 2024

If you enjoy drinking beer, the Palouse is a good place to be on March 2. A Brewfest and Starkbierfest will occur in Pullman and Moscow featuring different beers, live music and food for the public. The...

Attendees at a past Cabin Fever Spin-In at The Yarn Underground.

Knit into warm weather with the Cabin Fever Spin-In

ROBYN FANCHER, Evergreen reporter February 29, 2024

Shelley Stone, The Yard Underground owner, has been organizing since 2020 the annual Cabin Fever Spin-In, an event featuring more than 18 vendors, a raffle, a potluck and different demonstrations to welcome...

Luna, a puppy that was under the Whitman County Humane Societys care, in the hands of a WCHS worker.

‘We can’t help animals without money,’ Whitman County Humane Society to host annual Fur Ball

JULIA MESSEGEE, Evergreen reporter February 22, 2024

Whitman County Humane Society’s largest annual fundraiser, the 16th annual Fur Ball, is returning from 6–9 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories Event Center. This year’s Fur Ball...

Anika Wottreng plans to pursue international business with the desire to one day work and live in Germany.

Global explorations turn into international business aspirations for WSU senior

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor February 22, 2024

For 22-year-old Anika Wottreng, WSU international business and management information systems double major, home has been a revolving door. Born in Japan, she spent four years there before spending...

Museum visitors viewing exhibits from Here in a Homemade Forest: Common Reading Connections.

Professor-curator and artist to give Indigenous arts talk, workshops on campus

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter February 8, 2024

Michael Holloman, WSU art professor and curator, and artist Jacy SoHappy will give an Indigenous Arts Talk from noon–1 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Holloman and SoHappy will...

Whitman County staff members Sarah Phelan, Sheri Miller, Nichole Kopp, James Morasch and Kathy Buchholtz pose with donations from the Food for Fines drive.

Whitman Library program kills two birds with one stone through food drive

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor February 7, 2024

The Whitman County Rural Library District has been hosting the Food for Fines drive during the month of February for 25 years. The drive allows any person who has an outstanding balance of late fees...

The Regional Theatre of the Palouse along Grand Avenue downtown, Aug. 24, 2014.

Regional Theatre of the Palouse brings Broadway’s ‘Anastasia’ to community

TAHSSYA AVANT, Evergreen reporter January 23, 2024

The Regional Theatre of the Palouse will be performing a production of the Broadway musical “Anastasia” from Feb. 8–11 and Feb. 14–18. The play adaptation of the 20th Century Fox film of the...

One speaker at the Writers Give Voice event in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Pullman, Wash.

Writers Give Voice with poetry hour for National Day of Racial Healing

ROBYN FANCHER, Evergreen reporter January 18, 2024

As part of this year’s National Day of Racial Healing, writers and community members alike gathered at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art to listen to poetry at the annual Writers Give Voice event Jan....

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