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Get Ready for a Rootin' Tootin' Good Time

Get Ready for a Rootin' Tootin' Good Time

Come enjoy this summer's professional quality production of Annie Get Your Gun put on by the Davenport Theatrical .

Inland Northwest Honor Flight

Inland Northwest Honor Flight

Inland Northwest Honor Flight is making it's third trip of 2011 this Friday July 15 at 11:55. Vets will be gathering at the Spokane Airport about 10:30 am...they will return Sunday July 17 at 4:20 in the afternoon. INWHF will be making a special presentation on Friday July 15 to the family of Pvt. Herman Sturmer whose remains were recently returned to Spokane. Inland Northwest Honor Flight continues to honor our living World War II vets for their sacrifices and especially those who paid the ultimate price--giving their lives to protect our freedoms.

Mule Mania in Dayton Washington July 14-17

Mule Mania in Dayton Washington July 14-17

You've probably heard the saying "stubborn like a mule?"  Well - come to find out - mules are not all that stubborn.  According to Wikipedia a mule is fairly even tempered, patient with the endurance and sure-footedness of a donkey and the strength and courage of a horse.  It is also intelligent and very curious.

A Reminder from SCRAPS this 4th of July

A Reminder from SCRAPS this 4th of July

Fireworks might be fun for humans, but they're not fun for pets. Today, Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Services or SCRAPS warns pet owners to keep their four legged friends in a safe spot this 4th of July weekend.

SCRAPS says an owner's best bet is putting your pet in a safe place inside your house. Even if you think your yard is secure, SCRAPS says the loud noises scare some pets so badly they find a way to break out of the yard. It says it responds to dozens of calls during the 4th of scared pets running loose or cowering in odd places.

Get Hoopfest Mobile!

Get Hoopfest Mobile!
Tracking your schedule and your favorite players at Hoopfest is set to become a lot easier this year, thanks to Hoopfest Mobile. The site, introduced for the first time this year, allows you to follow your bracket, track any player and find your court with your cell phone.

Until now, you'd have to go to the court to find out when you were playing. The other option: fight the crowds at the bracket boards at Riverfront Park. With tens of thousands of people lining downtown streets, you know the task can be quite time consuming and downright annoying.

RoadCheck 2011

RoadCheck 2011

Washington State patrol troopers and inspectors checked nearly 12 hundred commercial vehicles during last week's three-day "RoadCheck 2011."

The patrol says they issued nearly 18 hundred tickets for violations, took 214 vehicles out of service for safety violations and removed 43 drivers from behind the wheel, mostly for record of duty violations.

One driver was arrested for drunken driving and two had suspended licenses.

The Fragile State of the Honey Bee

The Fragile State of the Honey Bee

The honey bee population has been declining over the past 50 years.  The honey bee pollinates between 15 and 30 percent of the plants we use for food here in the United States and if this decline continues we could see the end of some fruits and vegetables from our food supply.  With this in mind, The West Plains Beekeepers Association and EWU Student Activities are presenting "Queen of the Sun" an award winning film concerning the fragile state of our honey bees.  The film will be presented in the