Arborist Ice Carvings

By Huckleberry Press / January 22, 2021 /

As I type this article I hear the familiar sound of chainsaws in my neighbor’s yard as clean up crews are clearing a giant Evergreen that crashed through their front porch and blocked the access to their home during the windstorm that blew through the area early on Wednesday.

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Young Ski Bums

By Huckleberry Press / December 29, 2020 /

It’s that time of year when the area ski hills are in full operation. Yes, even in 2020 skiers and boarders can still get their shred on.

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Red Mountain: from Mine to Ski Hill

By Huckleberry Press / September 18, 2020 /

The lure of gold drew miners to Rossland in the late 1890s. They brought dreams of hitting it rich. Some of these seekers were Scandinavians who also brought their skis.

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Preparing Your Garden for Winter

By Huckleberry Press / November 1, 2018 /

Fall has arrived here on the west plains and winter is close behind. Every year we receive many questions about how to winterize the garden. Here are four tips on…

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Winter in Ferry County

By Huckleberry Press / December 14, 2017 /

photos and article by Karen Giebel   Winter, when the earth slumbers deep beneath her white mantle seeking sustenance to replenish her very soul. Nourishment to reawaken her heart for…

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Capitalize on Winter Fun— Create Family Bonding Experiences

By Huckleberry Press / December 19, 2015 /

by Caron Maclane With winter the days shorten, cold comes and snow falls. Winter can be a fun time of year! What do you do for fun? Playing with gravity…

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What is Huckleberry Country?

By Huckleberry Press / June 2, 2015 /

  By Bonnie Stichart When I was asked by the Huckleberry Press to write down some of my thoughts about living in Huckleberry Country, all sorts of memories flitted through…

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