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Downtown Moscow Saturday Market

Vendors of the Palouse support farmers market

ANNIE HAGER February 4, 2021

In 1976, the Moscow Farmers Market opened for the first time and since then has brought the community together with vendors from all across the Palouse region. Community event manager Amanda Argona’s...

Then-sophomore Lauren Burckel places fifth in the 100-meter breaststroke on Sept. 28, 2019 at Gibb Pool.

Swim ends regular season with win

KAT MCKINNEY-ROLEY, Evergreen reporter February 1, 2021

The WSU swim team defeated the Idaho Vandals 162-98 in their last regular season meet on Jan. 29 in Gibb Pool. In the win against the Vandals, WSU won 13 out of the 14 races which contributed to their...

Sophia Rassch performs a ballet

Local dance instructor to teach in-person

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor January 28, 2021

What started as a six-year-old in an orange tutu following simple ballet steps turned into a life-long passion for dance instructor Sophia Raasch. Raasch, University of Idaho senior majoring in food...

Sophomore guard Noah Williams scored 19 points, 12 in the second half, to help WSU defeat Idaho.

Another close win for WSU

RYAN ROOT, Evergreen reporter December 10, 2020

Leave it to the WSU men’s basketball to have yet another late-game victory this time against their long-time rivals, the Idaho Vandals. A second-half turnaround gave WSU (4-0) enough to defeat the...

Senior guard Isaac Bonton rushes past a defender during the game against OSU Dec. 2 at Beasley Coliseum.

WSU hosts 276th ‘Battle of the Palouse’

RYAN ROOT, Evergreen reporter December 9, 2020

The 276th “Battle of the Palouse” between the WSU and Idaho men’s basketball teams will tip off at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Beasley Coliseum. Fans will not be allowed to attend, but the game will air...

The nonprofit organization, Nimiipuu Protecting the Environment, launched a public service announcement to encourage residents on the Palouse and Nez Perce county to wear a mask when leaving the house.

Nonprofit expands reach to Nez Perce elders

HANNAH FLORES October 26, 2020

Morgan Chaffee, Nimiipuu Protecting the Environment board member, spends her time collecting and distributing essential supplies to the elderly communities who need it the most during COVID-19. As the...

Will worldwide power or regional appeal win out in this week's battle of the coffee chains?

OPINION: Battle of the coffee shops

SARAH DANIELS June 17, 2020

I started going to Starbucks when I was about five years old. My dad and I would go every Sunday, and I would get an iced hot chocolate (still my fave) with a chocolate-glazed old-fashioned donut. I...

Salmon and most other fish do not internally regulate their temperatures. Instead, they adapt to water temperatures, so if the water is too hot or cold, the fish will not survive.

High river temperatures dangerous to salmon

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter June 8, 2020

The Environmental Protection Agency released a report May 18 for public comment stating the temperatures of the Columbia and Lower Snake rivers do not meet Washington’s and Oregon’s water quality standards,...

Challis, Idaho is about 209 miles from Pullman.

Idaho earthquake sends shockwaves as far as Pullman, Albion

LUKE HUDSON, Evergreen reporter March 31, 2020

A series of earthquakes shook the Challis National Forest and surrounding areas of Idaho about 78 miles northeast of Boise on Tuesday evening.  The largest of them, which was 6.5 on the Richter...

Brent Glover, president and main caretaker of Orphan Acres, talks about the struggles of taking care of nearly 70 horses and where his passion with rescuing horses began on Jan. 31 at Orphan Acres in Viola, ID.

79 horses, 45 years, one man

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor February 4, 2020

A one-eyed horse neighed in a wooden stall as Orphan Acres president Brent Glover stood on a ladder to change a lightbulb.  Miss Degree ("Miss D" for short) is one of 79 horses Glover takes care...

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