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UPDATED: Mon., July 30, 2018, 2:54 p.m.

Sign up now for the free Baronesse Barley Harvest Day

The Aug. 18 event is free and open to the public, but pre-registration is required and now’s the time to sign up. Organizers need those RSVPs because everyone who comes …


Soda fountain favorites, coming in 2016 to USPS stamps

This year, the U.S. Postal Service will be issuing stamps featuring soda fountain favorites.


Fresh Sheet: Five-Course Wine Dinner

Europa is hosting a Mediterranean Wine Dinner tonight. The $55, five-course dinner pairs dishes from Italy, France and Spain with wines from the same regions. The Caprese salad is paired …


In brief: Bowls fundraiser

Empty Bowls, a benefit for the Post Falls Food Bank, features a bowl of soup in a hand-decorated, locally made bowl for $15. Refills costs $5, and children’s portions – …


Wheat farmer stays local with Joseph’s Grainery

When Bill Myers began selling wheat berries at the Moscow and Pullman farmers markets in zip-top bags, people weren’t quite sure what to make of his product. “They would look …


In the Kitchen With: Sue Hallett, wheat berries for breakfast

Sue Hallett discovered wheat berries during a workshop at the public library. She had lived in Colfax – in the heart of Washington’s wheat country – since 1979 and saw …


Wheat berries a healthy, versatile base

Mildly nutty, protein-rich and full of fiber, Palouse-grown wheat berries provide a versatile base for all kinds of dishes – from soups to salads to other sides. Varieties (hard, soft, …


Colfax-based Joseph’s Grainery now selling Palouse-grown grains, lentils across region

If the Myers family of Colfax had a family crest, Bill Myers says the inscription would read, “There’s got to be a better way.” The fifth-generation farmer is only half-joking …