• Gratitude for gratitude

    Thanksgiving brings home the value of being mindful

    By Kristine Petterson

    Thanksgiving is here, and it’s literally my job to sing praises about the benefits of a regular gratitude practice and encourage you to start one if you haven’t already. However, I think it might be more helpful to look back to the time when there was no room in my life for gratitude so I can share my favorite hacks for sneaking it into your day-to-day life with ease...

  • Christmas movie Bingo

    By Inland 360

    Graphic designed by Julie Breslin...

  • Thanksgiving: a bird’s eye view

    Trevor the turkey discussed the holiday — by which he’s surprisingly untroubled

    By Stone, Mary

    The whisperings began in early fall, reaching a crescendo as Thanksgiving drew near: The U.S. was experiencing a turkey shortage. According to a Nov. 16 story in The Sacramento Bee, about 428 million pounds of turkey meat were in cold storage at the end of August, a 19 percent decrease from last year at the same time and a decline of about 7 million pounds from the end of July...

  • Mixologist Report: Kickin’ mule

    Brock’s owner/bartender shares coveted cocktail recipe

    By Mary Stone

    Editor’s note: This Mixologist Report marks the first in what will be a series highlighting creations by bartenders in the quad cities area of Moscow, Pullman, Lewiston and Clarkston and surrounding towns. We started with Kris Maxey, an owner and bartender at Brock’s, 504 Main St., Lewiston, who said the Holiday Mule featured here has been a popular seasonal drink at the artsy downtown bar the past four years...

  • Take a walk, read a book

    StoryWalk program comes to downtown Clarkston and Heights public library branch

    By Mary Stone

    The Asotin County Library recently brought a program to Clarkston meant to engage kids in reading in a new way by making it an active, outdoor experience. Employees and volunteers from the library installed StoryWalk displays at two sites where children and parents can explore reading together as they go for a stroll...

  • Festival of Trees culminates in Saturday gala

    By Inland 360

    Tri-State Hospital Foundation’s 37th annual Festival of Trees Celebration runs through Saturday at the Hells Canyon Grand Hotel in Lewiston. A Community Day is set for 11 a.m. to 8 p.m...