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OTHELLO - Brisk winds did not stop birdwatchers from flocking to Othello to enjoy the outdoors, learn about animals and nature and look for birds during the Othello Crane Festival over the weekend.
Participants in the WSU Raptor Club brought a snowy owl, among other birds, to the Othello Sandhill Crane Festival over the weekend.
A customer checks out closet organization options at the 2014 Home Expo. The 2015 Home Expo and Lifestyle Fair is scheduled for this weekend.
MOSES LAKE - Benefitting the arts, and the chance at some barbecue and live music, brought a big crowd to the Art Soiree sponsored by Columbia Basin Allied Arts. "We are here to celebrate the arts," said allied arts board member Leslie Ramsden.
MOSES LAKE - A lot of stories, a few tears and a packed house were the features of the Youth Outdoors Unlimited banquet and fundraising auction over the weekend.
MOSES LAKE - After almost six months of preparation, the curtain will rise Thursday on the Basin Community Theatre production of Les Miserables. Performances are scheduled for Thursday through Saturday, Monday and Tuesday.
MOSES LAKE - Community members helped Grant County Animal Outreach raise funds for their programs and services during the group's annual "Spayghetti" dinner and auction Friday night.
MOSES LAKE - Tickets are available for the Daddy-Daughter Dance and second annual Mother-Son Fun Night, scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. March 7 at Moses Lake High School, 803 E. Sharon Ave.
MOSES LAKE - Jewelry making and painting for children and adults will be featured in classes during the first half of March at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center. All classes are in the museum classroom, 401 S. Balsam St.
MOSES LAKE - Tickets are on sale for the Basin Community Theatre production of "Les Miserables," scheduled for Feb. 26 through 28 and March 2 and 3 at the Moses Lake High School theater, 803 E. Sharon Ave.
MOSES LAKE - Community members can help support the performing arts at the Columbia Basin Allied Arts' annual Arts Soirée later this month.
MOSES LAKE - A few brides now have a head start on the wedding planning process, thanks to the Washington Women's Expo and Bridal Showcase held at Big Bend Community College over the weekend.
MOSES LAKE - About 110 people gathered at the Moses Lake Civic Center Monday night to celebrate the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
MOSES LAKE - A celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday is coming to Moses Lake on Monday.
MOSES LAKE - The Moses Lake High School choir will present its eighth annual Classical Dinner Jan. 27 at 6 p.m. in the MLHS commons. Doors open to the public at 5:30 p.m.
MOSES LAKE - The opening reception for an exhibit featuring self-portraits by artists throughout Washington is scheduled for 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center. "Selfie: A Community Conversation on Identity" will be on display through March 6.
MOSES LAKE - With the start of the new year behind us, holiday lights and decorations - including Christmas trees - are beginning to come down.
MOSES LAKE - As most Basin residents were celebrating New Year's Day in the warmth of their homes, a brave few ventured out to Moses Lake's Cascade Park for a quick dip in the lake.
MOSES LAKE - The organizers of an entire expo just for women are still looking for few vendors. The 2015 Washington Women's Expo and Bridal Showcase is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jan. 31 in the ATEC building at Big Bend Community College.
MOSES LAKE - First Choice Services and the Columbia Basin Elks Lodge will be holding a free Christmas dinner tonight for all to attend.
MOSES LAKE - A Moses Lake High School senior's year-end project will bring Seattle musician Geoffrey Castle to town for a benefit concert Sunday. Castle will perform at 4 and 7 p.m. at the high school theater, 803 East Sharon Ave.
MOSES LAKE - Tractors, stackers, combines and trucks will be decorated to the nines and then roll down Third Avenue Friday, a tribute to the season and the agriculture industry. The Ag Appreciation Parade starts at 7 p.m. Friday and will be celebrating its 20th anniversary.
QUINCY - Yuletide carols will be sung by a choir (possibly including the "Christmas Song") and vocal and instrumental soloists will take the stage at the annual Community Christmas Concert, sponsored by Quincy Valley Allied Arts. The curtain goes up at 6 p.m. in the performing arts center at Quincy High School, 16 South Sixth Ave.
SOAP LAKE - There's mischief afoot in the kingdom of Happily Ever After - at Christmas, no less - in the Masquers Theater production of "Fairy Tale Christmas," which premieres Friday.
MOSES LAKE - The challenge of ballet, its performers say, is to make it look effortless. Which it's not.
MOSES LAKE - Community members from different churches, and different walks of life, came together Saturday for Serve Moses Lake's annual benefit concert at Wallenstein Theater.
MOSES LAKE - Columbia Basin Technical Skills Center and Blades on Broadway students will combine for an evening of gourmet food and professional fashion looks Friday. "Beauty and the Feast" begins at 5 p.m. with student-led tours of the skills center, 900 E. Yonezawa Blvd.
MOSES LAKE - The Moses Lake High School music department is presenting "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" this weekend at the MLHS theater, 803 E. Sharon Ave. Showtimes are 7 p.m. Friday (tonight) and Saturday, with a matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday.
MOSES LAKE - Band and choir participants from 30 north central Washington schools filled the Moses Lake High School gym with music Tuesday night, as the high school hosted the biannual NCWMEA Honor Festival. The daylong workshops and evening concert were sponsored by the NCW Music Educators Association.
MOSES LAKE - Katie Duncan, of Ellensburg, was crowned Miss Moses Lake Roundup 2015 at the annual rodeo banquet Saturday.
MOSES LAKE - The Moses Lake City Council decided the city will be closing the Larson Rec Center and canceling the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center's holiday show.
MOSES LAKE - The Moses Lake Chamber of Commerce will once again highlight businesses and individuals who have contributed to the community over the year during their banquet this week.
MOSES LAKE - The Columbia Basin Antique Power Association will sponsor tractor pulling competition Saturday and Sunday at the Grant County Fairgrounds. Admission is free.
MOSES LAKE - A film depicting the challenges of two Lind-area wheat farmers, their families, friends and community, will be shown at 7 p.m. Oct. 15 at the Moses Lake Museum & Art Center.
MOSES LAKE - "Washington Grown," a television show highlighting various food commodities grown in the state, is set to return to the airwaves this coming weekend.
QUINCY - Residents can get hands on with history next weekend during the Quincy Valley Historical Society's Harvest Festival.
MOSES LAKE - With more than 60 exhibits showcasing their products and services to promote healthy living, Saturday's Health and Wellness Expo was deemed a success by organizers. From entertainment to answers, this year's Expo offered a little something for everyone.
MOSES LAKE - Healthy living will be the topic at the second Central Washington Health & Wellness Expo, scheduled for 8 am. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the ATEC building at Big Bend Community College.
MOSES LAKE - The Moses Lake Public Library is hosting an Early Literacy Fair this week in an effort to get kids ready and excited for reading.
QUINCY - Quincy took time to celebrate their agricultural industry, and the people behind it, over the weekend.
OTHELLO - The family just finished lunch and Mom had her eye on dessert. "I'm going to go get an elephant ear," she said.
MOSES LAKE - A Moses Lake band was recently granted a road closure permit to shoot a music video.
OTHELLO - The 2014 Adams County Fair kicked off Wednesday, drawing a crowd of more than 100 to Othello for the annual event.
MOSES LAKE - International singer-songwriter Brian Flynn is coming to Moses Lake to perform four shows.
OTHELLO - Exhibits and competition, two days of rodeo, a demolition derby and chuck wagon cooking are among the events scheduled for the 2014 Adams County Fair.
GEORGE - George is bringing bluegrass back to the Basin with the town's Bluegrass Festival later this month.
MOSES LAKE - The music was ear splitting, the crowd was raucous and the venue by the lake was packed, as Los Lobos rocked the stage Saturday night at the Centennial Amphitheater.
WARDEN - Several people visited Warden Monday for the city's Community Days Celebration.
MOSES LAKE - The Columbia Basin Herald staff dumped the ice bucket and answered the challenge for a good cause Thursday afternoon.
EPHRATA - A father-daughter pair with Ephrata roots will be competing for a $1 million dollar grand prize on Season 29 of the CBS hit reality show "Survivor."
MOSES LAKE - An Australian award-winning Blues artist is bringing her unique talent to Moses Lake for two free shows.
MOSES LAKE - The Columbia Basin Job Corps office will celebrate the coming 50th anniversary of the program at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Job Corps campus, 24th Ave. NE, Moses Lake.