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Friday, February 12, 2016

Othello works to curb unsafe housing • Man trades clothes with mannequin, steals supplies from medical store • Crescent Bar work now depends on FERC • Transgender bathroom bill fails in Senate • Deane reflects on dozen years on council • New restroom building planned for Cascade Park • SeaPort Airlines files for bankruptcy • Man faces gun, drug charges • Bits and Pieces: Relocation camp life not all bad for Mae Higashiyama • Valentine's Day is a good reminder to show love, forgiveness • A more complete picture of the transfiguration • Ephrata controls rebounds in district win over Wapato • Fresh News from MarDon • Big Game Hunting Pamphlet contest • Dave Graybill: The Fishin' Magician

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Five of six M&O levies approved in area school districts • Teacher shortage bill moves through Senate committee • 'Them Three' opens at Soap Lake Masquers Friday • House, Senate committees OK youth mental health bill • Moses Lake seniors receive suspected financial scam letter • Moses Lake woman sentenced for meth possession • Irrigation water to start flowing in March • Clay: It began 25 years ago, but who's counting • Cooper McCullough eyes return to state finals • Will Othello overcome Sunnyside's numbers, Warden's tradition and Grandview's power? • Warden boys advance to district semifinals • Men's golf league forming in Royal

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Fourth-grade teachers target learning standards with newspapers • Umpqua Bank gives to Boys and Girls Club • Port names 'most qualified' engineering firm for rail project • Kevin Nordt named new PUD general manager • Quincy schools' $108 million bond passing • Man sentenced for unlawful gun possession • Fleeing police gets Warden man prison time • Dream comes true for volunteer firefighter • Soap Lake boys, girls beat Bridgeport • No. 2 Moses Lake thumps Eastmont, moves to 19-0 • Moses Lake hangs on against Eastmont

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

REC Silicon shuts down remaining Moses Lake production • Ephrata Middle School students receive awards • Cancer Foundation sets fundraising record at Sweethearts Benefit • Aircraft registration, grant program among bills that made deadline • Man allegedly breaks into coffee stand • Felon sentenced after being found with gun • Beginning soccer sign-up deadline Wednesday • Tensions arise after firing of DOT secretary • Memorial held in honor of slain Oregon occupier • Strong contingent of Basin 2A wrestlers headed to regionals • Put-back at the buzzer lifts Soap Lake over Waterville

Monday, February 8, 2016

Police seek burglar who broke into Time Out Pizza in Ephrata • Soap Lake Fire Department building needs overhaul • Chess tourney challenges players • CB Tech students selling handmade 'LOVE' blocks • Bill Weech 'blown away' by support • Man charged for stealing alcohol from Ephrata business • 'Arsenic and Old Lace' is a recipe for hilarity • Coulee Dam assistant principal arrested for alleged online relationship with teen • Moses Lake girls' basketball shackles Sunnyside in second half • Sandoval powers Moses Lake boys past Sunnyside • Moses Lake second at districts, crown eight champions • Othello girls outscore Warden to win North Sub-Regional • MLCA downs No. 10 Pateros • No. 1 Big Bend hangs on to beat YBCC in 20T • MLCA boys stay in district playoff hunt