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Dorothy Dean presents how to make and eat Jell-O worms

I can hardly contain myself. My most favorite holiday of the year is less than one month away. Eek! I’ve been very busy preparing, too – stringing cotton spider webs on the windows, hanging ghosts and skeletons along my front porch, hammering gravestones into my yard, creating my daughter’s elaborate costume and making spooktacular treats.

O-Ramen serves up noodles on the Palouse

Orin Ford recently opened the already popular O-Ramen restaurant in downtown Pullman, where he’s been running out of bones and selling out of broth since the first day of service. The casual, walk-up-counter eatery serves a streamlined menu with three soup bases: rich pork, blended chicken and pork, and garbanzo bean for a vegan option.

Idaho lawmaker charged with federal tax evasion in Texas

A conservative lawyer from Post Falls, who recently won a landslide election to the Idaho House of Representatives, is facing federal charges in Texas alleging that years ago he helped a well-heeled couple avoid federal taxes by hiding the proceeds from the sale of gold coins.

Front Porch: Pumpkin purist fights white pumpkin trend

Halloween and fall decor comes out with bats, witches, spider webs and jack-o’-lanterns appearing on porches and lawns. But the past few years I’ve noticed a rather alarming trend – ghostly white pumpkins.