Neil Armstrong, the astronaut who marked an epochal achievement in exploration with “one small step” from the Apollo 11 lunar module on July 20, 1969, becoming the first person to walk on the moon, died Saturday at 82.
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SEATTLE — The story of a runaway cow that ran amok in downtown Billings has left longtime Montana residents perplexed and frankly embarrassed: How could a cow get so out of hand that a police sniper had to be called in? Where were the cowboys?
To illustrate the boom in improvements to football facilities in the Pacific-12 Conference, we take you to Pullman, where the numbers two and four are graphic evidence of what’s going on in the league.
Nearly 500 cowboys hit the Fairgrounds for rodeo events Tuesday, and then through the weekend.
WALLA WALLA — Nearly 500 riders and ropers will descend on Walla Walla this week for the annual Frontier Days Rodeo at the Walla Walla Fairgrounds.
Music by Aretha Franklin will be the focus at Oldies Night @ The Library, 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Milton-Freewater Public Library 8 S.W. Eighth Ave.
In mid-June I read a story about a small but dedicated group of postal workers who had vowed to go on a hunger strike to protest that Congress has not passed legislation to reform the U.S. Postal Service. My first thought was, “Wait, we still have postal service? I should check my mail box!” Then I remembered that only companies that send junk mail actually use the Postal Service, and I decided I can get that via email and save gas.