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  • Q&A Derrick Skaug
  • Q&A Derrick Skaug

    The 21-year-old Pullman City Council member on Pullman, WSU and actually doing something.
      21-year-old Pullman City Council member Derrick Skaug on Pullman, WSU and actually doing something.
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  • Moscow/Pullman
  • Moscow/Pullman

    Where the young meet the old meet the college students.
      College towns can be awesome, what with all the intellectuals and burgeoning talent crammed into such a small area. But these are also the sorts of towns that feature a sizable population of individua
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  • Child's Play
  • Child's Play

    The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival is both a showcase of jazz greats and an effort to keep the style alive.
      Snider grew up without jazz. An instructor of jazz bass and jazz history at Washington State University and a veteran of the Air Force jazz band, Snider, 58, says that even in New York City, where he grew up, most kids his age didn’t know much about the genre.
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  • Second Act
  • Second Act

    Washington State University students and faculty lose the theater department, but not theater.
      In 2009, school officials announced that they would slash a total of $54 million from the university’s budget — approximately 30 percent of the university’s operating costs — over the next two years. As a result, the Department of Theatre and Dance and two other programs were eliminated.
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  • Credit Creeps
  • Credit Creeps

    Local residents wonder how they went on a Swiss shopping spree.
      The damage so far has been confined mostly to small-dollar losses and inconveniences to about 600 cardholders, bank officials and police say. But the theft, possibly the work of hackers who remotely accessed a grocery storeâeuro;™s computers, has underscored the many ways criminals can penetrate credit card data.
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  • No Doubts About It
  • No Doubts About It

    Klay and Casto are gone, putting a chip on the Cougs' shoulders
      Lodwick and Capers donâeuro;™t pretend the absence of Thompson (who is now waiting to see if there will be an NBA season at all) and Casto (who signed a one-year deal to play in Turkey) wonâeuro;™t be felt, but both players say some good can come from it..
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  • Mythic Portions
  • Mythic Portions

    Greek goes farm-to-table at Pullman’s Black Cypress.
      Greek myth holds that the cypress tree, with its columnar shape, is a symbol of the afterlife. In AD 8, Ovid wrote of a cypress tree planted at the door of the deceased. Today, the trees grow thickly in Greek cemeteries, aiming souls skyward. No Greek wants to see cypress in his sleep.
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