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Advisor helps business continue as a community cornerstone

By Hope Belli Tinney, Washington SBDC

WSBDC-LOGOTWISP, Wash. – When fire came to the Methow Valley in July 2014, the difference between essential and non-essential became startlingly clear. Very quickly, Dwain and Erika Hutson realized that it was essential to keep their NAPA Auto Parts store open. » More …

Two students arrestedfor suspected arson

PULLMAN – Two men have been arrested in connection with a series of small arson fires that were set on the WSU Pullman campus early Monday morning.


Twenty-one-year-old David Miner and 18-year-old Ian Copland have been charged with five counts of first degree arson and four counts of reckless burning. Police told KLY-News that the two “appeared to be intoxicated.”


Starting at about 1 a.m., public safety officers from Pullman and WSU responded to a fire set in a trash can outside the Stephenson dormitory complex that was extinguished quickly.  Three other fires burning in and around the dorm included a newspaper rack and a pair of … » More …