Fish may fear Bob Trukositz, but their phobia is largely unfounded, seeing as he’s more of a catch-and-release kind of guy. “I hardly ever harvest them,” said Trukositz. “All I usually do is take pictures and then send them back to fight another day.” Since he was a youngster, Trukositz, an exercise science major at EWU, has granted clemency to hundreds of fish in lakes ranging from his boyhood home in South Carolina to the Inland Northwest.
Bill Clinton called her hostile, combative and disrespectful. Newt Gingrich advised his mother to snub reporters because of people like her. The Indonesian military christened her “a threat to national security.” If you don’t already know of Amy Goodman, next week offers you the chance to judge her for yourself.
Students from a variety of Eastern clubs and organizations met Friday, Feb. 6, to voice concerns over the recent ASEWU plan to cut many of next year’s program budgets. Despite having a mere 24 hours notice to prepare for the forum, approximately 50 students representing as many as 20 clubs, responded to the 3 p.
A relative of mine frequently forwards me e-mails obtained from points unknown. They arrive in all caps, with abundant misspellings and the liberal usage of exclamation points, to expose “news alerts” that the mainstream media are “too timid” to report. I get a kick out of reading up on Obama’s sinister plot to hand America over to his “extremist Muslim brethren” once he’s secured the presidency.
09/19 2:00 a.m. Following a traffic stop on 6th Street, officers arrested, cited and released an adult male for a DUI. 09/19 4:00 a.m. The Cheney Fire Department responded to LA Hall after a student reported that a male student had fallen down the stairs.