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Palouse community hosts annual music festival

The acapella group Effie and the Echoes posing at the Palouse Music Festival in 2016.

LATISHA JENSEN, Evergreen mint editor

July 19, 2017

What started as solely a bluegrass festival turned into the Palouse Music Festival with new genres and different styles of music every year, ranging from Americana to rhythm and blues. Paul Smith, musician and Palouse Arts Council member, helped take over the arts council with his wife as the festival...

Local wheat growers may face second bad year

July 12, 2017

Recent temperature fluctuations could signal another year of starch damage in wheat across the state, following a crop with widespread quality issues that collectively lost Washington farmers tens of millions of dollars.

Students ask WSU not to recruit sex criminals

OSU pitcher Luke Heimlich, who was convicted of molesting a 6-year-old girl, plays WSU in 2016. Student leaders are asking WSU to instate a policy against recruiting athletes convicted of sex crimes.

RICK FLORES | Evergreen reporter

July 12, 2017

Student leaders sent a letter to WSU President Kirk Schulz and Athletics Director Bill Moos asking them to ban recruitment of athletes who have pleaded guilty or been convicted of sexual violence, domestic violence, stalking, dating violence and sexual assault. ASWSU President Jordan Frost, one of...

Local wheat growers may face second bad year

WSU wheat breeder Michael Pumphrey stands among test plots at the Spillman Agronomy Farm. He grows varieties to resist issues like low falling numbers, a defect that cost Washington farmers millions of dollars last year.

CODY COTTIER, Evergreen news editor

July 12, 2017

Recent temperature fluctuations could signal another year of starch damage for local wheat growers, following a crop with widespread quality issues that collectively lost Washington farmers tens of millions of dollars. WSU wheat breeder Michael Pumphrey said when temperatures soar during the day and...

Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center nears completion

July 11, 2017

Construction workers are putting their finishing touches on the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center. The center is scheduled to be open to the public this August.

WSU baseball prepares for their final series of 2017

May 24, 2017

The Cougs are 18-7 at home this season and will be starting their season finale against Stanford on Thursday at 6 p.m.

May 11, 2017

The Daily Evergreen's coverage of the 44th Annual Moscow Renaissance Fair from May 6 in East City Park.

Abelson Greenhouse

Julia Preston | Daily Evergreen Photographer

October 19, 2016

This photo was taken inside of the Abelson Hall Greenhouse in WSU's School of Biological Science. The Abelson Greenhouse is a 4,000 square foot aluminum and glass rooftop facility on the seventh floor of the science all, according to the WSU School of Biological Sciences website. The greenhouse contai...

Welcome to SNO: A video introduction

September 30, 2016

This orientation video provides a quick overview of your new SNO site and the SNO FLEX tools.

How to add a video to your site

How to add a video to your site

September 30, 2016

You need to use a third-party video hosting service to store and serve video. These services are built specifically for serving high quality video, and their accounts are free. Start by creating an account and uploading video to a video-hosting site. After you have uploaded your video clip to an online video service...

Another headline for a video story

Another headline for a video story

September 30, 2016

This is another video story because it was published before the other video stories, it is displayed less prominently on the page.

Help: a call away

KELSEY JONES | Evergreen sports editor

April 21, 2016

The phone rings late at night and a woman awakes with a start to answer it.“Alternatives to violence and crime victim’s services, how can I help?” she asks.The conversation could go in a thousand different directions from there.The call may last several minutes or hours. The caller might not give t...

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