Keeping their eyes on the ball

Ephrata’s Jonny Graham (11) prepared to shoot — watched by teammate Samantha MacNeil and Tiger fans in the stands — during a Unified Basketball game Wednesday night at Marty O’Brien Court. The Tigers hosted the visiting Othello Huskies in a matchup featuring an inclusive, supportive atmosphere for players on both ballclubs. Photos by Randy Bracht

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EHS boys top Othello; Lady Tigers Falter

OTHELLO — In typical CWAC basketball fashion, Ephrata’s varsity boys and girls basketball teams played a pair of tough games against scrappy Othello teams...

Soap Lake boys, girls come up short over Lions and Tigers

MOSES LAKE — Soap Lake’s varsity basketball teams had a rough go of things on the road against Moses Lake Christian Academy (MLCA) and...

Lady Tigers take 15th at Quincy tourney

QUINCY — Taking 15th overall at a wrestling tournament may not sound like much, but when you factor in that 26 schools competed in...

Ephrata wrestlers knock off Mustangs

PROSSER — It is pretty safe to say that Ephrata’s varsity boys wrestling team has had a good couple days. Not only did they beat...

EHS hoopers fall to Selah

SELAH — Ephrata’s varsity basketball teams traveled to Selah Friday night and lost a pair of hard fought games to the Vikings. The girls team...

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Local market celebrates 10th Anniversary

It seems like the small grocery store on East Division Street has always been there. After 10 years in business, Mi Cocinita & Groceries has become part of the fabric of this Ephrata neighborhood

EHS names December Students of the Month

Published 1/13/2022 EPHRATA — Seven Ephrata High School students were selected as Students of the Month for December at Ephrata High School. /*! elementor - v3.5.3...

Bringing Pictures to Life-EHS Grad’s Design Skills Animate YouTube Channel

Published 1/13/2022 As anyone who’s familiar with YouTube knows, it’s all about the views. Businesses and individuals alike rely on this figure, which refers to...

Saying goodbye

Friday, Dec. 17 was the last day of work for Julie Collins, at left, who retired after 30 years with the Ephrata School District....