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Friday, April 24, 2015

City council positions open in Adams County • 'Play On' Masquers play opens today • Man pleads not guilty to drug crimes at Gorge • Governor Inslee calls special session • Polymer clay, crayon art among May museum classes • Man buys drugs while test-driving vehicle • Youth Day Parade is Saturday • School board seats open in 2015 election • Grant County Juvenile Court looking for volunteers • Seats open on Adams County hospital boards in 2015 • Bits & Pieces: Germania became today's Division • Wenatchee AppleSox games to be broadcast in Moses Lake • Othello routs Wapato behind hat tricks from Jacob Quiroz and Khristian Herrera • Ephrata track has strong showing at home •Dennis Clay: Saturday is big day for anglers • Fresh News from MarDon • The Fishin' Magician

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Quincy Council awards K-7 Pathway project • Forums for Big Bend vice-presidential candidates announced • Governor slows down speed limit increase bill • Columbia Basin Hospital facility wins top rarint • Newhouse raises nearly $128K for campaign • Ephrata man injured in rollover accident • Masqers auditions to be held Saturday • Eco-gardening symposium coming to BBCC • Adult league volleyball sign-ups end Thursday • Building purchase approved for Quincy activity center • Hospital board seats open in Moses Lake, Quincy, Ephrata • East Columbia Irrigation issues new water contracts • Big Bend baseball splits with CBC • Dennis Clay: Perseverance helps when on a diet •

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

School board candidate filing opens May 11 • Republicans hoping they can avoid session extension • Solving problems goal of CB Tech engineering program • Carl's Jr. opens doors to the public • Soap Lake to allow ATVs, golf carts on streets • Man pleads not guilty to drug, obstructing charges • Woman arrested in knife incident • Man pleads not guilty to burglary • ML man sentenced for driving with loaded pistol • Man arrested after allegedly threatening officer's life • Man sentenced to three months for taking vehicle • Moses Lake man pleads not guilty in cell phone theft • Man cited in two-vehicle accident near Moses Lake • Moses Lake Rattlers Gold Division champs in Selah • Othello baseball wins pitcher's duel against Ephrata • Marnie Skinner and Alyssa Balderas combine to hit three home runs in Moses Lake's rout of Eastmont • Othello boys tennis lose first match, girls stay unbeaten

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

State treasurer proposes income tax to fund education • Man sentenced for possession of spice • Wanapum Dam repairs, expenses $86.5 million to date • Local students win state writing award • Man arrested after barricading himself in a bathroom • Grant County judge announces his upcoming retirement • Woman pleads not guilty to drug charges • Soap Lake man arrested after firing rifle at home • Moses Lake man sentenced for Walmart theft • CWU to scrimmage at Lions Field • Big Bend keeps playoff hopes alive after sweeping WVC

Monday, April 20, 2015

No questions from audience at PUD workshop • Desert Duellers bring action to fairgrounds • Gov. Inslee expands drought declaration • Man pleads not guilty to threatening officers at deli • Adams County months away from text-to-911 service • Dutch oven season opens at fairgrounds • Moses Lake softball takes two from Davis • Moses Lake baseball earns crucial sweep of Davis • Chiefs soccer shut out Rams to end skid