Monthly Archives: March 2011

Commerce group to launch fund raiser for new school effort

Commerce group to launch fund raiser for new school | Our Schools, Their Future http://ow.ly/4nv1b Advertisements

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Effort to build a new school back online

After discovering a glitch in the PayPal button last week, the Our Schools, Their Future fund-raising effort to build a new school complex for the Grand Coulee Dam area is back online. You can see about that effort by going … Continue reading

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Good read on local/national issue.

Good read on local/national issue. An irrigation project with New Deal echoes blooms in Eastern Washington | Crosscut.com http://ht.ly/4kL3Z

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Old hospital is going, going …

The old is making way for the new. The old Coulee Community Hospital is all but gone, but for a few loads of rubble. A salvage crew was budy busting concrete foundations and loading shreds of aluminum roofing onto a … Continue reading

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EWU will unveil its collection of Hu Blonk photos

EWU will unveil its collection of Hu Blonk photos of the construction of Grand Coulee Dam. http://ht.ly/4gWQr

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Our little dam named in worst case scenarios

Our little dam named in worst case scenarios for downstream nuclear reactor – http://ht.ly/4fHi7 Great. Nuke fears up so hydro looks scary.

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Helping media with public subsidy was seen as great idea by nation’s founders

We have always subsidized the news industry because it’s a good idea, one that was revolutionary in the 1700s. Let us not lose sight of our history entirely. The current discussion in Congress about the proposed defunding of public television … Continue reading

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