Meet Spokane Author Amy McGarry

By Huckleberry Press / March 11, 2022 /
Amy McGarry

Eastern Washington is home to many talented and creative writers. The romantic landscapes, rich history, and cozy communities of our region are the perfect nest for creative talent.

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Dune Movie Review

By Huckleberry Press / November 9, 2021 /

I’ll preface this review by saying I’m not that much of a sci-fi person. Story wise, “Dune” doesn’t necessarily feel like it has a lot new to say, but it still manages to be a fun and visually incredible ride.

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Living Herbal: Dedicated to Medicinal Herbs and Teas

By Huckleberry Press / November 8, 2021 /

Nestled in the scenic town of Deer Park, you’ll find Living Herbal, a shop dedicated to medicinal herbs and teas. You’ll also find the owner, Eric Sims, who is dedicated to providing the highest quality herbs and teas to his customers. And

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Engaging, Connecting, and Growing: West Plains Chamber of Commerce Welcomes New Executive Director Mark Losh

By Huckleberry Press / September 30, 2021 /

“Engage, Connect, Grow” is Mark Losh’s mantra and his driving framework. Mark became the Executive Director of the West Plains Chambers of Commerce on August 23rd of this year. He hit the ground running and attended 55 meetings in his first three weeks. He managed to carve some time out of his busy schedule to connect with me about his new role and his goals for the West Plains Chamber. Hold on to your hats, West Plains folks, and get ready for some exciting times! In fact, Mark doesn’t sleep well because he is so excited about his work with the West Plains business community, the growth of the area, and the changes coming to the chamber.

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Washtucna Heritage Museum

By Huckleberry Press / September 14, 2021 /

We are kindred spirits, are we not? Those of us who grew up in small wheat farming communities in Eastern Washington may not have appreciated the value of this experience in our restless youth.

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Celebrating Railroad Days At Inland Northwest Rail Museum

By Huckleberry Press / May 13, 2021 /

Visitors to the museum can experience the completion of the railroad during the celebration by driving a “Golden Spike” themselves. This special event always anyone to drive a spike during the three days and take the “Golden Spike” home as a souvenir.

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Huckleberry Press April 1, 2021

By Huckleberry Press / April 1, 2021 /
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The Crucible

By Huckleberry Press / December 16, 2020 /

My son asked me if we could turn the power off again “like that one time”. I was in the middle of making dinner, laundry stuffed in both the washer and dryer and every person in the house engaged in some screen related activity.

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Celebrating The Bounty of the Fall

By Huckleberry Press / October 3, 2020 /

It started as a feast of thanks for a good harvest, a feast to celebrate that harvest and it was an indigenous custom before the first European landed in the Americas. Some of the foods served still show up on holiday tables, including turkeys, squash, corn and pumpkins.

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Football Dip

By Huckleberry Press / December 27, 2019 /

by Elizabeth Dengler, The Huckleberry Home Hostess This was served up at a company potluck I attended forever ago and I couldn’t eat enough of it! Of course the only…

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