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UPDATED: Wed., July 24, 2019

Spokane schools’ STEM camp offers building blocks for young minds

The Spokane Public Schools’ annual four-week STEM camp draws upward of 300 kindergartners through eighth-graders each at Chase and Shaw middle schools.


Blaine County denies camp for children with cancer

A nonprofit organization that serves children with cancer was denied the opportunity to develop a camp in Idaho.


UPDATED: Fri., June 23, 2017

Man found alive after 4 days missing in Montana wilderness

Authorities say a U.S. Forest Service official found a Pennsylvania man who had been missing in Montana’s Bob Marshall Wilderness since Monday.


UPDATED: Sat., June 17, 2017

Camp Hope: A day in life at Yakima’s homeless encampment

Since Camp Hope opened in mid-March, 160 people have spent at least one night at the camp, a largely out-of-sight, city-sponsored homeless encampment behind the former Kmart building on East …


Group proposing retreat for kids with cancer to appeal after permit denied

A nonprofit group says it plans to appeal after it was denied a permit to build a retreat for children with cancer in central Idaho.


Idaho neighborhood says no to camp for kids with cancer

Residents of a small central Idaho town say they don’t want a camp for kids with cancer in their neighborhood.


WSU Cougars’ offense coming around

LEWISTON – Lightning jagged through dark skies in the distance as Mike Leach spoke with reporters on Sunday afternoon, the Washington State coach answering questions about the Cougars’ first scrimmage …


Cougs have short practice on eve of scrimmage

LEWISTON – Connor Halliday didn’t dare allow himself to get excited about the short practice Washington State had scheduled for Saturday afternoon. The junior quarterback knows too well that under …


Consistent leadership marks 2013 Cougars

Darryl Monroe’s credibility as an orator has already landed him regularly in front of TV cameras and in the ears of his teammates, and it is in these ways the …


Dotson sees the upside in switch

LEWISTON – Sullen expressions and fits of frustration often accompany position changes for college football players this time of year. So it’s noteworthy that the first words out of Isaac …


Thompson gets chance, steps up

LEWISTON – Once a youngster collecting autographs from Jason Hill and Michael Bumpus, John Thompson got a productive taste Wednesday of what it’s like to catch passes in Washington State’s …


Outside looking up

LEWISTON – The ferocity of Washington State’s competition at outside receiver is best evidenced each night on the team’s catch chart. Not necessarily because so many passes have been caught …


Freshman cornerback confident

LEWISTON – It isn’t enough for Daquawn Brown that in the third practice of his collegiate football career, he was already taking reps with the No. 2 defense at cornerback. …


WSU freshman cornerback Brown confident

LEWISTON – It isn’t enough for Daquawn Brown that in the third practice of his collegiate football career, he was already taking reps with the No. 2 defense at cornerback. …


Back to (middle) school for Cougs

LEWISTON – The beginning of preseason camp is all about adjustments. Like the one Deone Bucannon made earlier Friday on the bus prior to Washington State’s first practice. Yes, the …


Cougars hold first practice of season

The beginning of preseason camp is all about adjustments.


Cougars head to Lewiston for camp

CULVER CITY, Calif. – Washington State’s first road trip this season will take only 30 or 40 minutes, but will last about 10 days. Mike Leach must have heard Lewiston …


Live, from Pullman, it’s the Cougs

PULLMAN – Like most other things about Mike Leach and his offense, the goal for quarterback Jeff Tuel in today’s scrimmage at Martin Stadium will be simple. “Just keep rolling,” …


Leach scolds Cougar offense for lack of focus

PULLMAN – Near the end of Washington State’s eighth practice of the preseason, with passes being dropped and communication lacking, coach Mike Leach sent his defense to the other side …


Cougars move around to maximize talent

PULLMAN – A running back is working with the receivers, and two players expected to play receiver are practicing with the defensive backs. For this time of year – preseason …


Cougs move around to maximize talent

PULLMAN – A running back is working with the receivers, and two players expected to play receiver are practicing with the defensive backs. For this time of year – preseason …


youth activities

Girl Scout Program Center – Girls ages 5-17 are invited to use the arts and crafts room, computer lab and life skills center featuring a large kitchen, 1404 N. Ash …


Hamp’s Camp Full Gospel Mission Looking For Funds For Its Summer Program Benefiting Low-Income Kids

The Rev. Clifton E. Hamp


Conservation Camp

Students 12 to 16 years old can learn valuable outdoor skills and wildlife insights at the Washington State Youth Conservation Camp on Orcas Island sponsored in part by the Rocky …