Man and woman standing at farmers market booth

Front Porch Farm feeding our communities

Local farmers markets are adapting to keep fresh food on the table

Meter reader, Matt C., standing by his Avista truck and smiling

A familiar face during turbulent times

A perspective from meter reader, Matt Clegg

Person making face masks

Spokane-made masks and Spokanitizer

When many businesses were ordered to temporarily shut their doors due to COVID-19, K-L Manufacturing tried to find a way they could help out.

Hobbit house and its little free library

In a hole in the ground, there lived a hobbit

Visit the Spokane Hobbit House to borrow a book, take a scavenger hunt, or search for a Geocache.

Cars lined up to pick up potato seedlings

Spuds sprouting in Ritzville

As a 4th generation dryland wheat farmer, Michele Kiesz isn't afraid of hard work, even if it's not her crop

Bumblebee on plant

A celebration worthy of a Queen (Bee)

Washington State University opened its new Honey Bee + Pollinator Research, Extension and Education Facility in Othello in February