lincoln county

How to shop for the angler in your life

By Huckleberry Press / January 2, 2023 /

The gift giving season is rapidly approaching, and you don’t know how to shop for the angler in your life…here are a few hints:

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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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Small Town Gatherings

By Huckleberry Press / June 12, 2022 /
parade kids

What is the purpose of small-town gatherings? It seems obvious that their primary goal is to pull the community together giving residents, both close in and farther afield, the opportunity to get to know each other better and make new acquaintances as people move into the area.

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Pattie Discovers the PNW: Davenport Welcomes Mauna Wellness Studio

By Huckleberry Press / May 28, 2022 /
Raychell and Wade Sand, with their child Wrenly

When I moved to Eastern Washington in late 2020, I left behind my beloved and exquisitely large yoga community in Northern California. I had been practicing since 2000 and teaching since 2014. And, as much as I adore living out in the country with my husband, it was sad to realize that I would have to travel close to an hour to practice yoga at any Spokane studios.

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Raised Bed Gardens

By Huckleberry Press / May 18, 2022 /
raised bed garden

Most of us, at some point, have toyed with the idea of doing a raised bed garden. If you’ve ever nailed together four boards, set them on a patch of dirt and filled it with soil, compost, and seeds then you’ve done it! If you watered it, chances are you were able to grow something and experienced success. You can use just about any kind of container or built-up framing to raise some vegetables, but remember to make sure there are drainage holes in the bottom (or no bottom) so that excess water will drain out.

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Drive A Golden Spike To Celebrate Railroad Days

By Huckleberry Press / May 12, 2022 /
drive a spike

Spokane was a major hub for a number of railroads in the late 1800’s right up to today. Companies like the Great Northern, Northern Pacific, Burlington Northern, Milwaukee Road, Union Pacific. Spokane International, Spokane, Portland & Seattle Railroads served the area and branched out to almost every community to serve farmers, ranchers and passengers who used railroads as their primary form of transportation and shipping

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Washington Scablands Cowgirl – Rhonda Lynn Kelly

By Huckleberry Press / April 27, 2022 /
Sweetness, Rhonda and Lilly

Our cowgirls ride for the love of riding and the thrill of working in the outdoors riding hills and canyons, moving cows through some of the roughest country in the Pacific Northwest. They’re good at what they do. The ranchers know that. These women have a lot of heart and “git up and go.” In most cases, more than enough for this tough job.

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Last Calving Season

By Huckleberry Press / April 27, 2022 /
calving arms in the barn

My son Luke had been helping us feed the cows every day and assisting during calving season. He works really hard and is growing his own herd. The cows he feeds every morning are mingled amongst our winter feed/calving area animals.

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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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Horse Accident on the Pacific Crest Trail

By Huckleberry Press / April 17, 2022 /
two horses

I had a stallion, named Day, that I wanted to put some time on and continue his training as a trail horse. I foolishly decided that if I took him for 3-4 days on the Pacific Crest Trail, he would be fully broke by the time I finished the ride. So I started at Snoqualmie Pass and headed south toward Crystal Mountain.

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