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  • Eagles soar to watershed win

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – Half an hour after the game, Vernon Adams was still scrambling. Teammates, fans, coaches and reporters all wanted a piece of the Eastern Washington quarterback – something …


  • Eagles taking Beavers in stride

    As the Eastern Washington football players take another shot at the Pac-12 this weekend, so do the coaches. They’ve done that since spring, in the film room and on the …


  • Younger Eagles get their last shot at scrimmage

    Fall term at Eastern Washington University is still weeks away, but Saturday’s football scrimmage had the feeling of a final exam. With coaches and most of the starters watching from …


  • EWU moved quickly after assault in athletes’ dorm

    For six weeks in late summer, the student-athletes at Eastern Washington University are athletes first. Until classes begin in late September, they eat, sleep and breathe soccer, volleyball, cross country …


  • With expectations high, Baldwin puts Eagles back to work

    The burden of expectations was never this light. The Eastern Washington University football team opened fall practice Wednesday afternoon as the third-ranked team in the land, a largely veteran group …


  • Eagles ready to get going

    The new faces on the Eastern Washington football team may mean some new looks this season. Or not.


  • Former NBA player Craig Ehlo arrested

    Basketball standout Craig Ehlo, who spent 14 years in the NBA and last month resigned an assistant coaching position at Eastern Washington University, was arrested early Thursday on charges including …


  • Former NBA star Craig Ehlo arrested

    Local basketball star Craig Ehlo, who played in the NBA and most recently coached at Eastern Washington University, was arrested early Thursday on a domestic violence charge after firefighters encountered …


  • Cougars, Eagles will play again in 2016

    It took more than 100 years for Eastern Washington to earn a rematch with Washington State in 2012. This time, it will take a mere four years.


  • Eastern scholar-athletes take time to reminisce

    As some of Eastern Washington University’s best student-athletes hit the finish line Tuesday night, they took one long look back. Getting there was half the fun. They also looked at …


  • Macklemore & Ryan Lewis found history-making global success

    It’s understandable that Ryan Lewis doesn’t know what day it is. The former Spokane resident, now half of the Seattle hip-hop duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, headlined Sasquatch! at the …


  • Macklemore duo’s Lewis close to home for EWU concert

    It’s understandable that Ryan Lewis doesn’t know what day it is. The former Spokane resident, now half of the Seattle hip-hop duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, headlined Sasquatch! at the …


  • Swoop soars for kids

    There was a problem with the music, but the students in Broadway Elementary School’s gym kept their eyes on the door, awaiting their special guest. Soon, he extended his foot …


  • Scholar to discuss views on inadequacies, realities of Scriptures

    Christian principles are engrained in American society, but the text in which those values are based is cluttered with mistakes, omissions and intentional changes, said scholar Bart D. Ehrman. Ehrman, …


  • Book Notes: Trueman’s ‘Neutral’ makes stage debut

    Spokane writer Terry Trueman’s young adult novel “Stuck in Neutral” has been adapted into a play that debuted this weekend in Los Angeles. “Stuck in Neutral” tells the story of …


  • WSU Spokane first to honor grads

    Washington State University Spokane chose five graduates to feature at its commencement today, all of whom demonstrate how life experiences can influence career paths. Melissa Jensen, for example, has stuttered …


  • Eastern’s offense owns the day at Red-White Game

    If spring football is about progress, the Eastern Washington offense made plenty on Saturday. The Eagles found their way into the end zone five times, but more important found themselves …


  • Health officials report illness on EWU campus

    Spokane Regional Health District officials confirm six people at Eastern Washington University developed a stomach illness starting Tuesday.


  • Eastern’s Kaufman awaits NFL call

    This is the longest spring quarter of Brandon Kaufman’s life. And it’s only April. Kaufman is still enrolled in classes at Eastern Washington and trying to pay attention to the …


  • Fraternity plans relay run to benefit ALS

    Eastern Washington University’s chapter of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity is planning a fundraising relay run from the Cheney campus to the Wild Horse monument near Vantage, Wash., Friday through …


  • Eastern QB Adams prepares for new season

    Vernon Adams has another new look. If you can get past the eye-catching eyebrows – each is chisled in half – you’ll see some serious muscle.


  • Enjoy a literary feast, with a side of pie, whiskey

    Readings by celebrated authors. Free pie.


  • First-generation Latino students making college a family affair

    The evening after her parents dropped Maria Alvizar off at Eastern Washington University for her freshman year, she called her mother on the phone and sobbed: “You left me here! …


  • Landers: EWU student destined to be cast a fisherman

    A skateboard wipe-out injury as a sixth-grader was the lucky break that steered Nick Barr on the course to become a fisherman. “Nobody in my family fished or hunted or …


  • Landers: EWU student destined to be cast a fisherman

    A skateboard wipe-out injury as a sixth-grader was the lucky break that steered Nick Barr on the course to become a fisherman. “Nobody in my family fished or hunted or …


  • Coming up: Eastern Washington Eagles

    COMING UP: Tonight at Idaho St., 6; Saturday at Weber St., 6 p.m. OUTLOOK: First up is last-place Idaho State (4-14 Big Sky, 5-23 overall), which has already been eliminated …


  • Spotlight: Prism Quartet sets tone for area calendar

    OK, kiddos. Buckle in. We’re in for a fun week. The award-winning saxophone ensemble Prism Quartet will land in Moscow, Idaho, for a performance Tuesday that concludes the University of …


  • EWU tea party supports child care scholarships

    At Eastern Washington University, HOME stands for “helping ourselves means education.” The program helps student parents by, among other things, awarding child care scholarships. On March 7, HOME is hosting …


  • Coming up: Eastern Washington Eagles

    COMING UP: Today vs. Northern Colorado, 6 p.m.; Saturday vs. North Dakota, 2 p.m. OUTLOOK: With four games left and the Eagles still on the outside looking in for a …


  • Coming up: Eastern Washington Eagles

    COMING UP: Saturday vs. Sam Houston State, 1:05 p.m. OUTLOOK: Coming off an 89-80 loss at Portland State, the Eagles get a conference breather. Sam Houston State (14-11) will try …

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