Tuesday Feb 25
Ugandan newspaper prints list of '200 top' gays
A Ugandan reads a copy of the "Red Pepper" tabloid newspaper in Kampala, Uganda Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014.
On Capital Punishment
Washington Governor Jay Inslee recently announced a reprieve on capital punishment: While he is governor, the State will execute no criminal.
The News Tribune
California drought is hurting the case for green energy
Among all the terrible things that California's historic drought promises to bring this year - fallow farm land, dead livestock, more wildfires - there are a couple more nasty treats in store: higher electricity prices and rising greenhouse-gas emissions.
Dorothy Ruth Horton
Dorothy Ruth Horton was born November 13, 1921, to Dale and Vida James. She was born at home, in the small town of Monitor, , where her parents were homesteaders.
PLACES LIKE OMAK...COLVILLE...SANDPOINT...SPOKANE...AND PULLMAN MAY EXPERIENCE A BIT OF CLEARING AND A BIT OF WIND She had lived in Wenatchee for 13 years and was a former longtime resident of Monitor.