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Like gold from straw: Columbia Pulp plants promise to turn wheat straw into marketable product, revitalize small towns

What happens at Columbia Pulp in the coming weeks and months could have big implications, not just for Pomeroy and surrounding communities, but for the entire paper industry.

Wildfire threatens crops, cell towers in Washington state

Officials say a 500-acre wildfire in eastern Washington state that started Saturday morning near the Snake River is threatening crops and cell towers east of Pomeroy.

UPDATED: Thu., May 25, 2017

Agriculture museum in Pomeroy showcases Eastern Washington’s wheat farming past with help from Spokane man’s collection

The Eastern Washington Agricultural Museum in Pomeroy features a collection of tractors and farm-life relics from the region’s rich wheat farming heritage.

Southeast 1B: Touchet the powerhouse again

It’s hard to see anyone knocking off Touchet in Southeast 1B, according Garfield-Palouse head coach Willy Woltering.

High holiday heat brings burn bans

With the extremely hot and dry conditions, Fourth of July campers in North Idaho and Eastern Washington should consider their campouts fire-free unless they have a fire ring inside a …

Straughan comes through with 30 points, helps put Colton in title game

Jake Straughan stood at midcourt, hands on hips, as his teammate walked off the court with five fouls with more than 3 minutes left to play in Colton’s semifinal battle …

Rural hospitals seek Rx for survival

POMEROY, Wash. – It is autumn in this small town along Pataha Creek, tucked into the rolling hills south of the Snake River. The downtown is populated with a handful …