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Disability center named outstanding nonprofit

The Disability Action Center Northwest staff connects people with disabilities to resources with the goal of helping them succeed in high education, as well as securing employment.
ELIZA CALLIS, Evergreen reporter November 19, 2020

Mark Leeper has dedicated the last three decades of his life to helping people with disabilities as the executive director of Disability Action Center Northwest (DAC NW). The Idaho Nonprofit...

Local farmers market ranks nationally

Both Marcie and Jim Taylor, vendors at the Moscow Farmers Market, witnessed the market win several awards since they started selling more than 30 years ago.
JARED BRADLEY, Evergreen photo October 11, 2020

The Moscow Farmers Market is known for its extensive list of vendors, ranging from local cheeses, pastries, bright floral arrangements and more. This year, the market ranked 11th in being the best farmers...

Locals recognized by county sheriff for bravery

Local residents Isabelle Fowler and Jordan Campbell were awarded the Citizen Act of Bravery Award after helping a woman involved in a domestic abuse.
ELIZA CALLIS, Evergreen reporter September 13, 2020

The Whitman County Sheriff's Office recognized two citizens for taking action that saved a woman who was allegedly attacked by her boyfriend. Isabelle Fowler, 19, said she and her boyfriend, Jordan...

WSU doctorate student received nuclear technology award

WSU student Samuel Karcher has been analyzing the behavior of nuclear fuel in different storage conditions since 2017.
LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen reporter September 1, 2020

A WSU doctorate student’s research paper landed him a second-place spot in the Innovations in Nuclear Technology Research and Development Awards Program. Samuel Karcher, materials science and engineering...

Depot center recommended for preservation grant

The Whitman County Historical Society purchased the Pullman Depot Heritage Center in 2018. Ever since then, the society has raised funds to protect the exterior of the space.
MATAYA SIEMION, Evergreen reporter August 26, 2020

Railroads were a lifeline for Pullman in the 1800s, and now, a grant could help preserve the historical depot as an educational center for generations to come. The Washington State Historical Society’s...

‘Know your fruit, where it’s coming from’: student describes passion for wine-making

Andrew Gerow, a senior Viticulture and Enology major, said he helped produce three wines that will be available for purchase: two Rieslings and one rosé.
CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter May 26, 2020

A WSU Tri-Cities student was shocked to find out he received the Wine Spectator Student of the Year award. “It took a while to comprehend because it was so exciting,” said Andrew Gerow, a senior...

Boycotting the Oscars?

Boycotting the Oscars?
BY BOGDAN (THEO) MYNKA | Evergreen columnist February 4, 2016

On Jan. 26, the board members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences met to discuss possible changes to this year’s Oscar nominees after a storm of social media attacks on the Academy.The...

The color of gold: #OscarsSOWhite and its racial reality

Poll asking Americans views on diversity in the Oscars.
BY SOPHIA STEPHENS | Evergreen columnist February 4, 2016

As you can tell by the headline, I’m going to be talking about #OscarsSoWhite. So, I’m going to get straight to the point.How do you get all-white nominees in the 20 spots for lead and supporting actor...

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