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Dimestore Prophets offer variety of genres

Dimestore Prophets will play tonight at the Lentil Festival for a wide range of audiences, who they described as being anywhere from

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter

August 17, 2018

What do you get when two musicians invite a complete stranger to a home studio for a recording session? For Ray, John and Eric, you get an instant friendship, and Moses Lake got the Dimestore Prophets. Vocalist, writer and guitarist Ray Glover said he and drummer John Wilson were trying to start...

Barley Harvest Day showcases local brewing for Palouse community

Joel Williamson of LINC Malt, left, and William Joseph Myers of Joseph’s Grainery work together to provide the community with locally-grown grains. The grainery prides itself on being family-owned and operated.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

August 17, 2018

Joseph’s Grainery will host its third annual Baronesse Barley Harvest Day tomorrow. During the celebration, guests will enjoy free brews, spirits, and snacks made with Baronesse Barley, all while standing in the field where the grains grew. From the location just outside Colfax, partygoers will...

Beauty of Palouse is worth exploring

People perform yoga on paddleboards during last year’s Palouse Outdoor Festival at Wawawai County Park.

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen columnist

August 10, 2018

When I first moved to Pullman from the sprawling city of Las Vegas, Nevada, I realized the constant promise of entertainment I’d grown up around was a bit different here. Pullman offers a wide variety of enjoyable activities but it takes some searching to find them. Both Moscow and Pullman host...

Letter to freshmen: Help us keep you safe

GARY JENKINS, Pullman Police Chief

August 10, 2018

On behalf of the Pullman Police Department, I wish to welcome new and returning WSU students to Pullman! My staff and I are committed to the safety of everyone in our community and we will do whatever we can to provide a safe environment for those living and learning in Pullman. We ask all WSU students...

Where to get a meal that tastes like home in Pullman

Minh’s Restaurant, on the corner of Stadium Way and Grand Avenue, offers a wide variety of Asian cuisine at reasonable prices for the average college student.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen columnist

August 10, 2018

Moving away for college means you’re taken away from your mom’s home-cooked meals, your freezer stocked full of frozen delights and your favorite hometown restaurants. Being launched into a new place doesn’t help either — you don’t know the trendy spots and the diamonds in the rough. Dorm...

Festival brings community, WSU together

Tom Weaver, a 1981 WSU graduate, stirs the world’s largest pot of lentil chili during last years National Lentil Festival.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

August 10, 2018

Pullman has celebrated community and agriculture the weekend before classes start at WSU since 1989 through the National Lentil Festival. Britnee Packwood, director of the festival, said this kind of event is a “way to share the identity of an area.” “A lot of people think we just grow wheat,...

Faculty brings Weight Watchers to campus

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

July 19, 2018

WSU wants to offer its faculty, staff and students as many options to stay healthy in ways that work for them. One wellness program that helps Cougs lose weight and stay healthy is the Weight Watchers at Work group. The WSU-Pullman branch of this group was started last September and meets on campus...

Community building supply celebrates 60th anniversary

Tyler Garrett, vice president of operations, discusses the impact Moscow and Pullman Building Supply has 
had on the community and the tradition of the family run business Monday at the Pullman Building Supply.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

July 19, 2018

Moscow and Pullman Building Supply has thrived and grown on the Palouse for decades and will be celebrating its 60th anniversary this weekend. The business started as a “tiny, Podunk store in Moscow,” in 1958, said Tyler Garrett, vice president of operations and the Pullman general manager. Garrett’s...

Series brings baseball, business to Pullman

Pierce County Diamond Jaxx pitcher Cole Benson, 18, throws a pitch in the 17-and-under championship game July 8 at Bailey-Brayton Field.

RYAN BLAKE, Evergreen reporter

July 19, 2018

The crack of the bat can be heard echoing beneath the brilliant pink Palouse sunsets on any given night, as the current generation of players add their names to the 126-year-old legacy of baseball at WSU. The Palouse Summer Series has given kids the opportunity to compete at college venues like Bailey-Brayton...

Reaney Park brings live music outdoors

Denise Snider, music director of the Community Band of the Palouse, conducts during a piece at Reaney Park on Wednesday.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

July 12, 2018

Pullman Parks and Recreation began its summer concert series Wednesday night in an effort to provide the community with an opportunity for family fun and local arts. Recreation Superintendent Kurt Dahmen said he enjoys providing the community with this tradition every year to help families get out...

‘A beacon of light in so many ways’

Peter Zornes, a WSU grad, was killed in a double murder-suicide in Pullman on Dec. 10, 2005. He was 25 years old.

DYLAN GREENE, Evergreen life & leisure editor

July 12, 2018

Joy Zornes, her family and the small town of Oakesdale, Washington, have had to deal with the loss of Joy’s closest friend and brother Peter for the past 12 and a half years. To honor him, Joy, her mother Kathy and father Tom have worked as a family to put on the Peter Zornes Memorial Golf Tournament. The...

Sculptor offers handmade ceramics to Palouse

Kassie Smith, owner of KSmith Ceramics, explains how she makes ramen bowls with chopstick holders on June 16 at the Moscow Farmers Market.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

July 12, 2018

Artwork comes in many forms and can be made out of common household items, and local potter Kassie Smith enjoys providing people on the Palouse with these original, handcrafted pieces of art. Smith formally trained in ceramic sculpture and received a master’s degree in fine arts from University...

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