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Great Northern League: Cheney’s Graham born to play, as well as others with football pedigree

The football has been in Ty Graham’s hands since he was out of diapers, so why stop now? Last year, the Cheney star saw action at almost every skill position …


UPDATED: Sat., Aug. 22, 2015

Smoke moves into Central Washington

The brown skies Spokane experienced Friday have moved on.


Woman falls from WSU sorority house while vomiting out second-story window

A 19-year-old woman fell out of a second-story window early Friday at the Delta Gamma sorority house in Pullman.


Man charged with murder told 911 dispatcher he ‘responded’ to father’s attack

PULLMAN – During a frantic 911 call Saturday evening, Erik Luden said his father had attacked him with a knife before he retaliated, according to court documents. “I responded,” Luden …


Triple-slaying suspect ‘demonized’ estranged wife’s family, officials say

The estranged wife of a military veteran accused of killing a Spokane firefighter and his family may have been saved by a late night at work. Mandy Murry finished her …


UPDATED: Mon., June 1, 2015

Suspect in Pullman patricide said he acted in self-defense

The suspect in Saturday’s homicide at a Pullman apartment told a dispatcher his father had attacked him with a knife.


Clarkston’s Grace Frazier finishes in second-place tie at State 2A while team places third

Facing a seven-stroke deficit entering the final day of the State 2A golf championship, Clarkston’s Grace Frazier needed a monster day on Thursday to catch Ephrata freshman Kenedee Peters. But …


Prep soccerz: Mt. Spokane tops Kennewick for 3A regional title

The Mt. Spokane boys soccer team showed a lot of character Tuesday night. No surprise there: The Wildcats have been building character all season long, one loss at a time.


Man gets four years for setting WSU apartment complex fire

The plumber’s apprentice who admitted to setting a fire that razed portions of a massive student apartment complex at Washington State University in Pullman will spend more than four years …


Pullman arsonist sentenced to four years, ordered to pay $4 million

The 33-year-old apprentice plumber who admitted to burning down several buildings of a Pullman apartment complex under construction in July 2013 will spend a little more than four years in …


Phelan, Knights rise to occasion

East Valley volleyball coach Darin Wold had a short leash on Jordan Phelan on Tuesday. But Phelan wouldn’t let anything hold her back in a crucial Great Northern League match …


Smaller Great Northern League should still provide interesting title chase

Ramm tough. That could be East Valley’s motto as it tries to defend its title in a smaller but more competitive Great Northern League.


Lentils for more than just soups, stews

Growing up, we ate lentils galore. Packed with protein, fiber and folate, they’re hearty, stick-to-your-ribs ingredients, popularized in America by 1971’s “Diet for a Small Planet.” Mom – well-meaning, health-conscious …


Whitman County assessor faces sexual harassment lawsuit

Whitman County’s longtime assessor is in federal court in Spokane this week, fighting a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by an employee. Joe Reynolds, who has served as assessor in Whitman …


Senate bill would help local housing projects apply for federal funds

A return to normalcy in the way Congress doles out federal dollars could be a boon to housing in the region. The Senate Appropriations Committee signed off Thursday on a …


Blackhawks survive Greyhounds, claim District 7 2A soccer title

The goals came a little harder, but that didn’t dampen the enthusiasm after Cheney earned another district soccer title Thursday afternoon. Actually, Blackhawks coach Mark Kiver was plenty damp from …


UPDATED: Tue., April 8, 2014

Palouse fire eighth such blaze in 10 months

An overnight fire destroyed a newly remodeled bar and grill in the Whitman County community of Palouse, marking the eighth such bar fire in the region in the last 10 …


GNL baseball preview – East Valley biggest obstacle to West Valley repeat

The West Valley Eagles used seven walk-off wins last year to soar to the top of the Great Northern League standings and a top-eight finish in the state playoffs. But …


Pullman finishes off Mark Morris for 2A semifinal spot

YAKIMA – Pullman kept its drive for a second straight State 2A boys basketball title alive Thursday afternoon, struggling but eventually subduing a gritty Mark Morris squad 52-40 at the …


Race Martin steps up to help Pullman defend state championship

The echoes from cheering fans and teammates had barely faded at the Yakima SunDome when Race Martin realized the challenge that lay before him. Martin had just helped Pullman win …


Grizzly that underwent MRI at WSU dies

A 3-year-old grizzly bear that underwent an MRI at Washington State University after suffering seizures at a Montana sanctuary has died.


Pullman apartment fire suspect Bryan Kitchen pleads guilty

A Whitman County plumber’s apprentice who told police that voices in his head told him to set fire to a Pullman apartment complex pleaded guilty Monday to a federal charge …


Son of WSU A.D. is chosen as prep All-American

Ben Moos, a freshman at Pullman High School, was recently named to the MaxPreps 2013 Freshman Football All-American Team as a tight end. Also listed as All-Americans were Lousiana State …


Flood causes computer problems at Washington State University

Computing services are down at Washington State University in Pullman due to a flood, according to the school’s Office of Emergency Management.


Pullman edges West Valley in 3 overtimes

PULLMAN – The Pullman Greyhounds somehow found a way to pull out a 41-38 victory over Great Northern League foe West Valley in a magnificent football game that took three …


WSU students to protest distribution of “culturally insensitive” mask

A group of Washington State University students will protest the distribution of “Cougador” masks before tonight’s football game against Arizona State University.


EV beats Pullman, takes control in GNL

A year ago, East Valley captured a share of the Great Northern League football championship, but the Knights found themselves sitting at home for the playoffs after a tiebreaker left …


Pullman rallies to defeat Cheney

Pullman vowed to get tougher and more physical after getting thumped by Class 1A Freeman two weeks ago. That vow paid off Friday night when the Greyhounds overcame a 12-point …


Late Pullman rally knocks off Cheney

Pullman overcame a 12-point deficit with less than eight minutes to play and knocked off Cheney 29-26 in a Great Northern League opener at Eastern Washington University’s Roos Field.


Pullman hangs on to defeat Moscow

MOSCOW, Idaho – His team had just escaped with a win over its border rival after nearly blowing a 22-point lead, and Pullman football coach Dan Lucier was asked if …