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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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