The Daily Evergreen

Moscow Mountain Madness connects runners of all roads

Ben Calabretta, a Palouse Road Runners board member and the associate director at the Center for Civic Engagement, participates in the group’s weekly workout at the Dan O’Brien Track and Field Complex on May 22.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

September 10, 2018

Runners enjoyed one of the Palouse Road Runners’ four major annual races, Moscow Mountain Madness on Sunday morning. The race on Moscow Mountain started in 1978 and this year’s race included three options: 50K, 13.1 miles or 5 miles. For Moscow Mountain Madness, co-director Ron Horton said the...

Sprint Triathlon runs through Moscow

Brian Hannibal, from left, Elliott Sher and Tiffany Portue, all students at the University of Idaho and members of the Vandal Cycling Club, celebrate their win Saturday morning at the Palouse Sprint Triathlon in Moscow.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

September 10, 2018

The Palouse Sprint Triathlon allowed anyone on the Palouse to participate in an attainable race through Moscow on Saturday. Participants started with a 500 yard swim at the Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center, followed by a 15K bike ride through Moscow and a 5K run back to the finish line at the Aquatic Center. “It’s...

Triathlon encourages cooperation before competition

Tyler Ochoa, a Moscow local and sports coordinator at Hamilton Indoor Recreation Center, explains how influential the Palouse Youth Triathlon is for the community.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

September 7, 2018

With only a few more sunny days in the year, Moscow has started preparations for the annual Palouse Youth Triathlon on Saturday. Kellisa Owens, recreation supervisor for youth activities at the City of Moscow, said she took it upon herself to make some adjustments to the course this year. “I...

Quick ways to add flavor to cheap meals

Even macaroni and cheese can be made healthy with replacements like nutritional yeast, hemp seeds and creative use of fruits.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen columnist

September 5, 2018

On a tight schedule and tight budget, students make a lot of simple meals on the go. If sandwiches, pasta and microwavable food are staples of your diet, you might be wondering how you could quickly — and cheaply — enhance your meals. Energized mac and cheese What can you do to add some swee...

Idler’s Rest begins month-long reading event

Jaime Walker, a community outreach coordinator with the Palouse Land Trust, discusses Tales on the Trails as a way to get locals into nature at the Idler’s Rest Nature Preserve in Moscow.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

August 31, 2018

August is drawing to a close and the Palouse Land Trust must prepare for one of the most eventful months of the year for Idler’s Rest Nature Preserve in Moscow. Jaime Walker, the event coordinator for the Palouse Land Trust, explained the annual month-long event called “Tales on the Trails”...

Third Beer Olympics invites locals for games, brews

Kyle Howerton, a representative of the Neon Ninja team, shows off his straw-blowing skills at the timed Ping Pong Race during the third annual Beer Olympics at Birch & Barley on Saturday afternoon.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

August 27, 2018

With music blaring, 12 brews on tap and over a dozen teams competing, Birch & Barley put on what many would consider its best event of the year Saturday during the third annual Beer Olympics and Beer Brigade Appreciation Party. Josh Clark, the owner and founder of Birch & Barley, needed to...

Planetarium displays night sky beauty

Guy Worthey, planetarium co-director and WSU astrophysics professor, teaches his audience about constellations and galaxies during his ‘Galaxies like Dust’ show Friday in the WSU Planetarium. He said the planetarium is a perfect date opportunity.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

August 27, 2018

The WSU Planetarium has had a home in Sloan Hall for over 50 years, but very few people knew its educational programs existed until it opened to the public to give everyone an opportunity to learn about the night sky. “Galaxies like Dust” kicked off its fall public show season this weekend. The...

Palouse Pride community keeps marching on

Participants at the Palouse Pride Festival celebrate their identities Saturday at Moscow’s East City Park. Many carried signs expressing their support.

DAVID LAY, Evergreen reporter

August 27, 2018

Rainbow colors decorated the streets in Moscow for the Palouse Pride Festival on Saturday. Crowds of people filled the streets, enjoying the sunshine of the Palouse. Blocks of people raised signs in the air, each sporting sayings such as “Love each other” and “Proud parent.” From Fourth...

Letter from the Life editor: Giving voice to community

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen life editor

August 22, 2018

I was probably in second grade when I discovered my love of writing. I grew up with the fictional worlds brought to me in the Harry Potter novels — which I still reread on a regular basis — in addition to The Hunger Games trilogy. As I grew up, I became more fascinated instead with stories from...

Arranging natural beauty on Palouse

After listening to the demonstration by Swallowtail Flowers owners McClory and Talbott-Williams, classgoers were provided with flowers to make their own arrangements.

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen life editor

August 20, 2018

The coordinators at University of Idaho Extension, Moscow Food Co-op and Backyard Harvest want to expose more Moscow-Pullman residents to the beauty of the landscape around them. While support for food farmers is clearly high, Iris Mayes, UI Extension Idaho small farms and local food educator, said...

Lentil Festival welcomed both new, old to Pullman

2018 Lewiston Roundup royalty Princess Casey Jacboson rides her horse, Bear, a sorrel gelding, during Saturday afternoon's WSECU Grand Parade.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

August 20, 2018

This weekend, Pullman celebrated the 30th annual National Lentil Festival. The city of Pullman’s claim to fame always takes place the weekend before classes start, giving the students the opportunity to explore their new home. “It’s a great introduction for the freshmen to their new community,...

Rico’s Pub encourages involvement in events

Rico’s is named after Tony “Rico”  Talarico, who bought the business in 1947 and revamped it to become a Pullman staple.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

August 17, 2018

Between live music, local history and popular dining, Pullman’s oldest bar and grill presents a different activity for every day of the week. A wide range of people favor Rico’s Pub, from professors to graduate students at WSU. Located downtown, with its historic location and tasteful decor, Rico’s...

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