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New WSU study suggests organic milk may be more heart-healthy
There's no doubt eating organic food can reduce your exposure to pesticides, but the jury remains out on whether organically grown food is inherently more nutritious than food produced using the full chemical armory of conventional agriculture.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Mormon church explains past ban on black priests
It says an era of great racial divide influenced the early teachings of the church, founded in 1830.
Is Organic Milk Worth It? Pricier Option Is Healthier Than...
Although conventional milk also contains much more of an essential omega-3 fatty acid than fish, organic milk contained 14 times as much ALA, according to a new study.
Former WSU employee spent $40,000 on work trips in one year
A year ago, Dr. Howard Grimes, former dean of the graduate school and vice president of research, left Washington State University for the same position at Idaho State.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Cold weather could harm cherry buds
Weather forecasts calling for temperatures right around zero for tonight and Sunday threaten to damage dormant cherry buds, according to a notice from AgWeatherNet, a Prosser-based weather system operated by Washington State University.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
WSU dedicates new science facility in Spokane
There's a lot of pride in Pullman but if you haven't spent much time at WSU's Riverpoint campus you should.
Guesses on cause of elk hoof rot
The hoof disease afflicting Southwest Washington elk most likely is caused by a bacteria, says the assistant director for wildlife of the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Ceremony planned for WSU Tri-Cities nursing graduates
A special pinning and candlelight ceremony is planned at 5 p.m. Saturday in Richland for fall 2013 Washington State University Tri-Cities nursing graduates.
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Root rot threatens fir trees
Jeff Pollard trudged up the steep slope and stopped at a desiccated, rust-brown tree.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Pleasant Valley students learn Internet safety from WSU students
Pleasant Valley Primary's third grade teachers Teresa Taylor and Rachael Derbin partnered with Washington State University's College of Education to provide a valuable lesson on Internet safety.
Tuition program helps students GET through college
Dec. 05 --A A Unusual among college students, siblings Hannah Etengoff , 25, and Gabe Etengoff , 20, will complete their undergraduate degrees without accumulating any student loan debt.
Fifty Shades of Grey's Dakota Johnson Works Anastasia Steele's...
Before Anastasia Steele was hitting the bed - among other places - with Christian Grey, she was hitting the books at Washington State University.
Keeping animals safe in cold weather
Unseasonably cold weather is forecast for eastern Washington into next week, with highs below freezing and lows in the single digits.
Students relieve stress with animal shelter dogs before upcoming college finals
It's "Dead Week" on the Washington State University campus, which means students are preparing for finals.
WSU Spokane opens new medical building Friday
Washington State University's Spokane campus plans to soon dedicate its new pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences building.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
New Findings on Composite Materials Described by Investigators at Washington State University
The processed n-CFs are highly aligned and partially graphitic, yet obtained at a temperature range normally associated with carbonization, and show remarkably uniform structures and a quite smooth surface with a mean roughness of 0.249 nm."
Green River ranks 10th nationally for international student enrollment
The Institute of International Education recently released its annual Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange showing Green River Community College as 10 in the nation among institutions awarding associate degrees.
State college debt lower than national average, but climbing
Graduates from Washington's public and private four-year colleges have less debt than their counterparts nationwide, according to a new report on student debt in America.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Report considers options to meet water demand
Dec. 03--Groundwater levels on the Palouse are declining, and the city of Moscow is looking at alternative water sources to help meet increasing water demands.
Hort Show panelists tackle food safety
After a session on food safety in the field, panelists Warren Morgan , chats with Milinda Dwyer of Costco Wholesale as Mike Mrachek of Lucky Bohemian Farms, Malaga, Wash., looks on.