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Annual Pullman ArtWalk highlights local talent

Henry Stinson, a local artist who has a painting studio in Pullman, holds some of his oil on canvas paintings that will be featured at the Neill Public Library during the ArtWalk.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

May 17, 2018

The ninth annual Pullman ArtWalk kicks off today and will showcase the talented artwork of people within the community. “There is no other arts festival in the Pullman community that celebrates local art like this,” Joanna Bailey, interim chair of the Pullman Arts Commission, said. “This year,...

Hand-crafted, Palouse grown family business

Elijah Williams, the head blacksmith of Fire Creek Forge, creates knives and razors at the Moscow Farmers Market on Saturday.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

May 17, 2018

More and more people are moving away from mass-produced goods and toward hand-crafted wares made in their local communities. On the Palouse there are many small businesses that provide these handmade products to consumers who are wanting to shake the hand of the person who made it rather than buy...

Children find passion for theatre with hands-on experience

The Heritage Arts Academy will present

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

May 11, 2018

Everyone deserves the right to explore activities they love at any age. Those interested in theatre don’t generally have that option until they reach high school. The Heritage Arts Academy located in Moscow hopes to give younger individuals the opportunity to find their love for theatre and the arts...

Local farmers market returns to Pullman

Pullman Farmers Market offers community opportunity access to fresh, locally grown produce and meets. The market opens this Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

May 10, 2018

Fresh produce and locally sourced meats are becoming more and more popular. The easiest way to access this local produce and meats is through a farmers market. Amada Argona, Pullman Farmers Market manager, has worked with both the Moscow and Pullman markets and said she loves getting to know the ...

Celebrating UI student films at Kenworthy

Attendess buy tickets to watch movies at the Palouse French Film Festival on Oct. 3. The Kino Short Film Festival will honor students’ cinematic efforts.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

May 4, 2018

The Kino Short Film Festival, held at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre, offers University of Idaho’s broadcasting and digital media production students a platform to share their work with the community. The festival started in 2001 by former UI faculty member Hans Rosenwinkel. Over the semester,...

Washington Squirrel University: Squirrels race to graduation

Washington Squirrel University: Squirrels race to graduation

NICK SANDIFER, Evergreen cartoonist

May 4, 2018

 

Fundraising for clean water Under the Andean Sky

MARCUS STEPHEN COX, Evergreen reporter

April 27, 2018

High in the Andean mountains is the modest Bolivian community of Carani, an idyllic village that’s suffering from the lack of proper plumping. The project that brought members of the University of Idaho Humanitarian Engineering Corps together with Carani is approaching the end of a five-year partnership. As...

FFA plans Pullman plant adoption

Future Farmers of America Treasurer Aliya Dunlap, left, and President Hailey Penman show off the flowers that the club takes care of. Dunlap said the flower sale brings together students and locals from all over Pullman.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

April 26, 2018

The Pullman High School Future Farmers of America chapter helps ring in springtime with a plant sale. This year, the 18th annual sale will raise money to send the members to the organization’s national championship. For two years, high school junior Aliya Dunlap, the FFA treasurer, has been a part...

Fair hopes to provide more services

Miriam Hertz, left, an independent living advocate at the Disability Action Center, Vicki Leeper, center, DAC’s marketing specialist and Devin Hollander, also a DAC independent living advocate, participated in the Making Connections Project’s resource fair.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

April 20, 2018

College students are a large population on the Palouse, but this doesn’t mean the community leaves senior citizens or members with disabilities without any help or support system. The WSU Human Development 415 class has worked with Disability Action Center in Moscow for the past three years to put...

Washington Squirrel University: Going nuts on 4/20

Washington Squirrel University: Going nuts on 4/20

NICK SANDIFER, Evergreen cartoonist

April 20, 2018

Bernardo chooses finalists for director position

MARCUS STEPHEN COX, Evergreen reporter

April 20, 2018

Provost Dan Bernardo announced Robin Held and Paul Baker Prindle yesterday as the two finalists in the search for a director of the WSU Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. According to the WSU press release, nominees were chosen and interviewed following a search process, led by Bernardo and a universit...

Brewing company celebrates anniversary

Andy Serverson, an owner of the Moscow Brewing Company, describes when he realized he and his co-owners, Leah and Aaron Hart, could brew better beer at home than what was offered in stores. The team is interested in retracing the brewery’s history.

MARCUS STEPHEN COX, Evergreen reporter

April 13, 2018

The Moscow Brewing Company will celebrate its brewing heritage with an anniversary event this Saturday at its taproom. According to its website, the original Moscow Brewery opened its doors in the hamlet of Moscow in 1882. The brewery served the growing community not only by providing locally produced...

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