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Track down rail history at Reardan museum

UPDATED: Thu., May 13, 2021

The loud chug, chug of the massive iron engine as its ear-splitting horn announces arrival into town. The hissing of steam and repeated clang, clang of the bell as it passes the train depot on huge wheels.
News >  Family

Water Cooler: AAPI reads for the family

UPDATED: Tue., May 11, 2021

Children’s books are one of the best ways for families to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month. Their intimate stories, beautiful art work and accessible lessons make for a fun and thoughtful family activity that can teach people of all ages. Here are a few titles you can check out, or check with your local libraries and bookstores to see the suggestions they have to offer this month. With endless children’s books to discover, your family will find so many fun things to learn about and discuss together.
News >  Family

Ask Dr. Universe: How do fish migrate and why?

UPDATED: Sun., May 9, 2021

While a lot of fish swim from one region to another to find food or have babies, different fish species migrate in different ways. That’s what I found out from my friend Steve Katz, a professor at WSU.
News >  Family

Water Cooler: Ways to give gratitude to moms

UPDATED: Tue., May 4, 2021

Mother’s Day is this Sunday and there are tons of different ways to show love and gratitude to the moms and mother figures in your life. Here are a few ideas for people of all ages to express their appreciation this Mother’s Day.