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Citizen Journal: County libraries’ Reading Buddy Program needs volunteers

My wife comes home every Tuesday and gushes about two second-graders. She says they make her whole week seem brighter. Due to the shortage of volunteers at the Spokane County Library District Reading Buddy Program, Lynn reads with the two boys until more volunteers can be found. Her two boys are friends and work together well. Good luck volunteering to take one of my wife’s two boys from her. She will not give up either boy. She has the most adoptive personality I know.

Buddy Boy Farm keeps on keepin’ on

Buddy Boy Farm, north of Spokane in Ford, was the ninth producer/processor in Washington to receive a state license. Its product was one of the first units of legal cannabis sold in Spokane County.

‘Buddy’ brings rock ‘n’ roll icon to INB Performing Arts Center

“Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story” follows the last three years of Holly’s life, from the formation of Buddy Holly and the Crickets to his marriage to Maria Elena Santiago and his final show at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa before he perished in a plane crash.

Buddy Boeheim reportedly will pick Syracuse over Gonzaga

According to an ESPN.com report on Friday, Buddy Boeheim, the youngest son of longtime Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim, will commit to play for the Orange – though no formal announcement has been made yet.

‘Buddy,’ and Brian Dalen Gunn, return to the Spokane area

Brian Dalen Gunn has made a career out of playing bespectacled rock ‘n’ roll pioneer Buddy Holly in the stage musical “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story,” touring the country with various productions since first playing the role on Spokane Civic Theatre’s stage in 2010. That original production was directed by Yvonne A.K. Johnson, who’s also at the helm of this one, the debut show of the new Spokane Valley Summer Theatre.

Digest: Stewart, Hield named nation’s best

Buddy Hield of Oklahoma and Breanna Stewart of four-time national champion Connecticut won the John R. Wooden Award as national college basketball players of the year Friday night.