Beyond the Column
Posted by Larry LaRue on April 22, 2014
Nature has taken its course at Wilson High School, with more than a little help from students and faculty.
A column last weekend covered the case of a Killdeer couple who'd made a nest over spring break in an on-campus pothole that drew heavy vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
Science teacher Tom Fergin protected the nest by placing traffic cones and police crime scene tape around that pothole, with the cooperation of principal Dan Besett.
Posted by Larry LaRue on March 20, 2014
Tae McKenzie , a 17-year-old Hilltop student representing the Al Davies Boys & Girls Club chapter, has won the organizations state Youth of the Year award.
Posted by Larry LaRue on March 18, 2014
It's not often that a flea market is considered a tradition, but on Saturday the Women's League of the University of Puget Sound will hold one for the 46th consecutive year.
Posted by Larry LaRue on February 13, 2014
Julie Kaas, a 48-year-old Graham preschool teacher whose determination to improve her life by going back to school landed her in The Shriver Report last month got a new thrill this week.
Posted by Larry LaRue on February 10, 2014
Norman Camp is wondering if anyone in the Northwest is like him.