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Palouse ProActive hosts election community party

Larry Clark, co-founding member of nonpartisan organization Palouse ProActive, teaches a civics lesson on how to contact your representatives to a eighth grade U.S. history class at Lincoln Middle School on Friday.

KEVIN DIEMERT, Evergreen reporter

November 5, 2018

Election Day is Tuesday and now is the time to mail in ballots, which must be postmarked by then in Washington state. Political involvement, awareness and education are the key goals of nonpartisan organization Palouse ProActive, according to its website. The group was founded by a need for accuracy...

Shadow cast does justice for ‘Rocky Horror’

The shadow cast for “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” rehearses on Oct. 21 at the Moose Lodge in Moscow for its shows Friday and Saturday at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre.

ZACH GOFF, Evergreen reporter

October 29, 2018

The Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre put on a performance of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” with an accompanying shadow cast Friday and Saturday, “Time Warp”-ing the audience back to the movie’s origins. “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” became an instant cult classic with its debut in...

Taproom pumpkin carving, apple bobbing

Zachary Brown, a fifth-year senior double majoring in Asian studies and Chinese language, plays a mini set of Jenga at the Paradise Creek “Booery” Halloween Party at the brewery’s Trailside Taproom on Saturday afternoon.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

October 29, 2018

The Paradise Creek “Booery” hosted its first Halloween party Saturday at its Trailside Taproom. The event provided patrons with various different activities for not only beer drinkers, but for dogs and children as well. Emily Dennis, event coordinator for the Trailside Taproom, said this event...

Pets and Petrol connects automobiles, pups

Clay, a 1-year-old pitbull and labrador mix, enjoys dog-friendly festivities at the Pets and Petrol event Saturday at Sunnyside Park.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

October 22, 2018

Pullman was treated to a sunny sky as the Automotive Enthusiast Club (AEC) held its first Pets and Petrol event at noon Saturday in Sunnyside Park to raise money for the Whitman County Humane Society and Humane Society of the Palouse. Katie Iverson, AEC event manager, said she got inspired to put...

Bringing bike culture, family values to community

3 Forks Bike And Brew founders Scott McBeath, left, and Francene Watson, right, cut the ribbon opening their restaurant on Thursday night.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

October 22, 2018

The grand opening party for Three Forks Bike and Brew was held on Thursday. The cafe is geared toward encouraging people of all ages to relax and make new friends. Three Forks Bike and Brew is a mom and pop shop run by couple and co-owners Francene Watson and Scott McBeath, who are building a business...

Haunted Palouse delivers on spooks

Volunteers at City of Palouse’s Haunted Palouse stagger around in the dimly lit streets of Palouse on Friday night.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen columnist

October 22, 2018

The City of Palouse and the Palouse Chamber of Commerce held their opening nights of Haunted Palouse this weekend, using “scare-engineering” techniques to terrify all ages. “There are so many geniuses who are a part of this and make it so different and amazing year after year,” said Diane...

Road Runners finish season with a flash

Emily Spellman, right, and her daughter Maya reach the end of the 5K run for the Fall Flash of the Palouse event Sunday in Moscow. Emily won a Flashy Award for donning bright attire after finishing the race with a time of 44:40.

ZACH GOFF, Evergreen reporter

October 15, 2018

Ben Calabretta, the race director for Fall Flash of the Palouse, started this year’s race off with a bang — literally, by firing the first shot of the last race for the running season. After three years of being in charge of the Fall Flash, he and his volunteers knew exactly what needed to be...

Saving the county fair this weekend, one beer at a time

Anthony Lambregts, an employee at Hunga Dunga Brewing, serves one of the two popular brews for an event member at Brewersfest on Saturday in Moscow.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

October 15, 2018

The Latah County Events Center hosted its first annual Brewersfest on Saturday to raise money for the Latah County Fair and the United Way of Moscow/Latah County. Jim Logan works as the Latah County Fairgrounds and Events Center director and has done so for over three years. He said despite organizing...

Drink beer, do yoga, save the Earth

Yoga Instructor Tiffany Alvarez guides her students to channel their energy and become more aware of their bodies’ reactions to each pose at the Beer + Yoga = Brewga event Sunday afternoon at the Paradise Creek Trailside Taproom.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

October 15, 2018

The combination of beer and yoga is used all over the country to add a social level of interaction and a deeper level of relaxation to exercise. Combining beer and yoga with the discussion of conservation, however, is less widely known. The Phoenix Conservancy worked with Sanctuary Yoga and the Paradise...

Palouse celebrates Oktoberfest

The fairgrounds of Munich’s Oktoberfest, which attracts 6 million people worldwide as the largest Oktoberfest in the world, are nicknamed Wies’n for Germany’s Princess Theresienwiese. The fairgrounds are decorated in her honor.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

October 12, 2018

The whirlwind celebratory combination of beer, pork knuckles, lederhosen, beer, bratwurst, dirndls and of course beer can only mean one thing: Oktoberfest. The largest Oktoberfest in the world takes place in Munich, as it’s the location of the origin of the festival. It was first celebrated in the...

Place for pups to bond with owners

Wilber, a corgi, and his owner Chris Hastings participate in the peanut butter spoon competition during the Mutt Strutt on Saturday afternoon at Reaney Park. The objective was to lick the spoon clean before the other dogs.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER and MAGGIE QUINLAN

October 8, 2018

The 10th annual Mutt Strutt raised over $2800 for Pooch Park and the Whitman County Humane Society through games and contests designed for dogs and their humans to enjoy at Reaney Park on Saturday. “The Mutt Strutt is really important because there are so many dog owners in Pullman, and it really...

Chipman Trail brings cops, robbers together

WSU graduate student Candace Chappelle finishes the 5K Cops and Robbers run Saturday afternoon in Moscow.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

October 8, 2018

The City of Moscow put on its third annual Cops and Robbers 5K and 10K races Saturday in support of the Moscow chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police, a support group for police officers. Recreation Supervisor Kellisa Owens has organized this event for the last two years and said she was glad to...

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