eastern washington

Networking With a Heart: SANEWA Supports and Serves Local Seniors

By Huckleberry Press / January 9, 2023 /
Sane Wa Team

Few networking groups spend as much time serving their community as they do forging business connections. But that’s precisely what the Senior Network Action of Eastern Washington (SANEWA) does.

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By Huckleberry Press / October 17, 2022 /

One creature that almost always gets a bad rap is the bat – from sucking your blood and potentially turning you into a vampire to perhaps being responsible for our latest global pandemic – this little creature gets enough criticism to drive one batty.

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Johnston Engineering—Bringing ideas to life

By Huckleberry Press / September 4, 2022 /
Andy Johnston

Helping businesses and individuals bring new ideas to reality and onto the market is what Johnston Engineering specializes in, and they help design and develop new products in various industries across the market.

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Local cattlemen group helps feed veterans

By Huckleberry Press / September 3, 2022 /
Spokane County Cattlemen

photo and article by Matthew O. Stephens Residents of the Spokane Veterans Home can trust they will have some extra meat in their meals thanks to a donation of nearly…

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Is this what momentum feels like?

By Huckleberry Press / July 7, 2022 /
Harrington Building

This last weekend my family spent the day tearing down an old hay shed. My job was to feed the crew lunch and be a Gopher for tools that would make the job even easier.

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Four benefits landscaping with native plants

By Huckleberry Press / May 16, 2022 /

Eastern Washington is home to many diverse ecosystems and so many native plants supporting those ecosystems. From wetlands to prairie, forest to channeled scablands, there are flourishing ecosystems chock full of plants that are well adapted to their environment.

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Lincoln County Sheriff will not run for re-election

By Huckleberry Press / April 25, 2022 /
Wade Magers

LINCOLN COUNTY – After working a law enforcement career spanning 32 years and serving four terms as Lincoln County Sheriff, Wade W. Magers has chosen to opt out of running for a fifth term.

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The Wiley Coyote – friend or foe?

By Huckleberry Press / April 16, 2022 /

For some, their first instinct at seeing a coyote is to kill it. This is practical for some – as coyotes can take a toll on some livestock, but for others, they may be eliminating a very valuable asset to their property.
Despite human efforts to control or sometimes eliminate the Canis latrans, (more commonly known as coyote), it has failed to stop this adaptable critter.

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The Washington Channeled Scablands: Wildlife, Hiking, Hunting & Fishing

By Huckleberry Press / April 2, 2022 /
dry falls dam

The Washington Channeled Scablands, known as one of the 7 Wonders of Washington, covers the landscape from around Spokane west to the Columbia River near Vantage and then SW to the Snake River near Pasco, traveling more than 550 miles.

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The Martha S – Keller Ferry and Her Crews

By Huckleberry Press / February 11, 2022 /

On September 1, 1930 Washington State Dept of Transportation (DOT) took control of the ferry crossing at Keller making it the first ferry in the Wash State Ferry System.

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