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Decade spent supervising campus creamery

Decade spent supervising campus creamery

RACHEL SUN, Evergreen reporter

December 1, 2017

Name, age: Eric Needham, 60 Occupation: Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe food supervisor for 12 years How did you start working at Ferdinand’s? “I worked at Dissmore’s for 30 years. I moved up here and worked at dining centers for a few years, and then came here.” What is it like working ...

Band to play live for Holiday Fest

Band to play live for Holiday Fest

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

December 1, 2017

Holiday Fest decided to use a locally grown Austrian pine planted in about 1995 for this year’s tree lighting. “It’s really important and great for Pullman identity to have a locally grown tree,” said Britnee Packwood, Pullman Chamber of Commerce events coordinator, “especially because it...

LGBTQ organization connects local families, allies

LGBTQ organization connects local families, allies

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

November 17, 2017

An all-inclusive monthly potluck hosted by Inland Oasis, called Rainbow Families, focuses on building a family-friendly network of resources for those who identify as LGBTQ and their allies. Hannah Krauss, an active figure in Moscow’s growing LGBTQ community and Rainbow Families public relations...

From one journey to the next

From one journey to the next

RACHEL SUN, Evergreen reporter

November 17, 2017

Glider pilot. Thrill-seeker. Mother. Businesswoman. Many Pullman residents know Pam Debolt for her store, Palouse Country Candy. But for the Southern California native, the shop is just one new journey in a long series of adventures. “The company I was working for had country-wide layoffs, based...

Paradise Creek Brewery cans beer to distribute, sell

Paradise Creek Brewery cans beer to distribute, sell

LATISHA JENSEN, Evergreen life editor

November 17, 2017

Tom Handy, owner of Paradise Creek Brewery, decided to start canning beer about a year ago to follow the trend of other craft brewers. Although it costs more to can beers than to sell them in bottles, the aluminum is more environmentally sound because glass is not guaranteed to get recycled, Handy...

Pumpkin Drop celebrates physics

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

November 3, 2017

The Physics and Astronomy Club is honoring physics with its annual Pumpkin Drop from the top of Webster Physical Science building. The club worked to collect pumpkins from locally-sourced stores and donators within Pullman, said President Jack Lambert, a senior astrophysics major. The club waits...

Dad’s visit: A taste of home

Dad’s visit: A taste of home

RACHEL SUN, Evergreen reporter

November 3, 2017

Name, age: Brittany Valencia, 18 Major, year: Undecided, freshman Do you have plans this weekend? “[My dad’s] going to cook for me, make me rice and beans, and then we’re going to the football game. He’s going to buy me some Cougar gear, and then he’s going to drive me around, and we...

Climbing past comfort zones

Climbing past comfort zones

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

November 3, 2017

Students and their dads can push themselves out of their comfort zone by participating in climbing-related activities this Dad’s Weekend at the Challenge Course. They can explore the parent-child dynamic, said Arturo Gavilanes, coordinator of the challenge course and climbing wall. “I’m super...

Fine dine, catch the murderer

Fine dine, catch the murderer

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

October 27, 2017

Dinner takes on an exciting role as centerpiece to a murder mystery plot as guests try to figure out the culprit. The Bank Left Gallery will host its third murder mystery dinner, owner Nelson Duran said. What originally began as a request by co-workers and gallery guests turned into something people...

Games bringing community, family together

Games bringing community, family together

RACHEL SUN, Evergreen reporter

October 27, 2017

Name, age: Ryan Wilson, 28 Occupation: Palouse Games employee Tell me about yourself. How did you end up working at a game shop? “Board games were very popular in my family. I gravitated to a lot of gaming stores as I grew up. Then I came to the Northwest and went to college at the Universit...

Moscow doughnut shop closes down location

Moscow doughnut shop closes down location

MARCO MCCRAY, Evergreen reporter

October 20, 2017

A mini-doughnut shop shut down their second location in downtown Moscow. Ray Wallace, the owner of Buy the Dozen, said the shop is a business that sells fresh and customizable miniature doughnuts. “It’s not just awesome mini-doughnuts,” Wallace said. “We want our customers to have a great...

Palouse offers homegrown horror

Palouse offers homegrown horror

CODY COTTIER, Evergreen reporter

October 20, 2017

Janet Barstow glanced across the room at her coffin. Another woman stood over the open casket, lined with velvet and decked in red roses. “I think they’re too cheery,” she said. “Can we paint them black?” This evening Janet will climb into her coffin. She’ll spend the next several...

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