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Lyle Boeck has gone hunting for pumpkins at Carver Farms pumpkin patch for 20 years. And from age 50 to 70, Boeck said, he’s changed more than the farms have.
The rains have arrived and with them comes the realization that our gardening days are numbered. So, what can we still get done?
Autumn glows in the Inland Northwest. You can thank our region's variety of trees with leaves morphing into vivid hues of yellow, orange and red – typically peaking mid-October. We have another bounty: Plenty of places for families to go on walking or driving tours to view all those fall colors.
Audiences aren't yet welcome back at Lucky You Lounge in Browne's Addition, but owners Karli and Caleb Ingersoll have figured out a way to bring live music back to the venue. On Tuesday, the pair announced the lineup for the fall series of Live at Lucky You.
Now that fall is officially upon us, it is time to spruce up the home with cozy accents, colors and decor. Pumpkins don’t have to be your only source inspiration. Fall decor can have a lot of unique personality while drawing ideas from the season, so here are some ideas to help you brainstorm the perfect autumnal aesthetic for your personal taste.
As the Summer of COVID draws to a close, many experts fear an even bleaker fall and suggest that American families should start planning for Thanksgiving by Zoom.
Do you have room in your vegetable garden right now? Chances are, your lettuce, spinach and peas stopped growing when our hot temperatures arrived. If you pulled them up and have empty beds, think about growing a fall garden.
Publisher Devolver Digital is having something of a moment, with "Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout" taking over the world. The publisher released "Enter the Gungeon" with developer Dodge Roll in 2016.
The announcement came down on Thursday evening.
Though their seasons are postponed to the spring, Montana State student-athletes are making the most of their time this fall.
The West Coast Conference on Thursday joined several leagues nationwide in announcing the postponement of fall sports competition due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
After the Big Sky Conference on Thursday directly announced none of its fall teams would compete in or out of the league, University of Idaho athletics director Terry Gawlik and football coach Paul Petrino discussed a season without sports for the Vandals.
EWU announced Monday that all fall sports are suspended due to coronavirus concerns, becoming the first Big Sky Conference school to put each of its fall sports on hold.
SWX's Rob Jesselson catches up with Eastern Washington University Director of Athletics Lynn Hickey to discuss the Big Sky's decision to postpone the football season to the spring.
The Big Sky Conference’s Presidents’ Council has approved delaying the first date of competition for its Olympic sports during the fall 2020 season, the conference announced Friday.
Many winter and spring athletes at Whitworth had their seasons cut short earlier this year due to the pandemic, but there was hope that come fall, a return to normalcy would be possible.
The NCAA football oversight committee is asking the association’s Board of Governors to avoid making a decision later this week on whether to conduct fall championships as college sports tries to find a path to play through the pandemic.
The same pandemic-related questions that have bedeviled professional and college sports are front and center for high school administrators across the country – and they are far more complicated.
If there is a college football season, Wednesdays could be busy for medical staffs around the country.
On Tuesday, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced it was delaying the start of fall sports practices.