On this episode of xConnectNW we spoke with Dr. Dennis Garcia of Washington State University's Health & Wellness Services. Dr. Garcia tells us how we can stay safe this flu season and little tips we can do everyday to stay healthy.
On this episode of xConnectNW we explored the Coal Train industry here in Washington state with NWPR's Courtney Flatt. It's been a controversial issue here and abroad.
On this week's show we discussed Washington state's upcoming election, in particular I-1351, K-12 class sizes. Our thanks to Deborah Olson of Pullman's League of Women's Voters.
A mammoth site just south of the Tri-Cities area is turning bones into a once in a lifetime student learning environment. Gary Kleinknecht of the MCBONES Reasearch Foundation joins us to explain the project.
This week we spoke with Dr. Garcia of WSU's Health & Wellness Services about staying healthy & safe this winter season.
This week we spoke to Anna King of the Northwest News Network. She showed us the devistating effects of the Carlton Complex Wildfires and how one community is coming together to rebuild.
This week Washington State University Executive Chef Jamie Callison shared with us his Thanksgiving tips & tricks to spice up the holiday table. He also gave us some good ideas if you're sick of cooking turkey, ham, & mashed potatoes.
Our pets are part of our family but sometimes they think they're human and get into things they shouldn't. On this episode of xConnectNW Greg Mills sits down with Dr. Sue Kitchel to discuss ways to keep our pets safe & happy during the holiday season. Dr. Kitchel also shares with us some stories of how sneaky our pets can be. All that and more on this episode of xConnectNW.
Dr. Dennis Garcia joined us for our season finale of xConnectNW. This time around he shared some ideas of how to get us off the couch and get us active. Dr. Garcia says you don't need to run a marathon out of the gate, you just have to get active.
Who doesn't love wine? On this episode of xConnectNW we sit down and talk to Andy Perdue of greatnorthwestwine.com about what makes our region PERFECT for growing grapes. Also, choosing wines isn't so easy; Perdue explains how we can ease into drinking wines.
Stress...we all live with it. On this episode of xConnectNW we sit down with Dr. Dennis Garcia to talk about what stress does to our body, how dangerous it could be for our health and how we can cope with stress in a positive way.
This episode we sit down with Dr. Ryan Hare, Director of WSU's Festival of Contemporary Art Music. An interesting conversation about what is contemporary art music and why it means so much to our generation.
We sit down with Dr. Sue Kitchel to talk about bugs on our pets and how we are seeing them earlier this season.
On this episode of xConnectNW, we sit down with local real estate agent Kris Finch to talk about the process of buying and selling your home. Hear some tips on how to get started.
Anna King of Northwest News Networks joins Greg Mills on this week's xConnectNW to discuss her latest project, Daughters of Hanford. Hear what inspired Anna and her team to tell these stories!
Kim Shugart, Senior Vice-President of the Tri-Cities Visitor and Convention Bureau sits down with xConnectNW to discuss tourist attractions and sight-seeing in the greater Tri-Cities region.
Support Advocacy and Resource Center Program Director Renee Blackman sat down with us to discuss this organization. Hear how to get involved!
On this week's episode xConnectNW, we sit down with Pullman Police Officer Scott Patrick as he discusses safety and substance abuse prevention in local schools.
Biologists work in national parks to reintroduce Grizzly bears into the Pacific Northwest. Plus, safety tips for hiking and camping.
Over a year ago a devistating landslide changed the Oso, Washington area forever. This week on xConnectNW we sit down with two WSU students who went back a year after the tragedy to see how it affected the journalists who covered that story.
On this week's episode of xConnect NW we were joined by master gardener Tana Truscott as she gives us some tips on how to prepare our gardens for the upcoming summer months.
We sit down with Bruce Bjornstad, a geologist from Richland, WA. He shares with us the history of Ice Age Floods and how they have shaped our region.
The Washington/Idaho Symphony, established in 1971, is a regional program caitering to the Lewiston, Clarkston, Moscow and Pullman area to deliver culturally exquisite music with world-class sound and production.
Homestead ministries is a local organization that helps find solutions to feed the hungry here in the great northwest. Co-founders Greg Nolan and Tom Riedner sit down with us to share their amazing work with us.
Whitman County District Court Judge Douglas Robinson explains that often people perform illegal acts that they believe will not affect them in the future. In reality, those unlawful actions have major consequences and long-lasting effects.
Officer Kelly Stewart, Internship Coordinator for WSU Police, is joined by current intern Justin Smith and former intern Matthew Drumheller to talk about the benefits of the Washington State University Police Internship Program.
WSU Geologists and Geophysicist Catherine Cooper joins Research Geologist for the United State Geological Survey Richard Briggs to explain the cause of an earthquake.
Cornell Clayton, Director of the Thomas S Foley institute is joined by former WSU president Samuel H. Smith to talk about the mission of the Foley Institute and the effect it has on the collegiate community
What you can do to protect yourself from wildfire smoke.
Zach Carder, student mentor and former student ambassador at the Gender, Identity, Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center (GIESORC) talks about the current position of LGBT rights and resources at Washington State University (WSU) in addition to the surrounding area.
Architect and Butterfly Surveryor Jim Dillman joins us to discuss the history of how butterfies were introduced to our region as well as environment factors that are endangering butterflies.
Uri Farkas sits down with us to talk about the Cougar Athletic Fund and how the fundraising arm within WSU Athletics supports student-athletes.
Katelyn Spradley, graduate assistant for Outdoor Recreation through University Recreation at WSU talks to us about the benefits of outdoor recreation and the various trips the ORC plans for the future.
Bree Harris, Student Ambassador for the College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences, talks with us about the one of the biggest and diverse WSU colleges and delves into how the college is much more than agriculture.
Kim Izaguirre-Merlos, a Freelance Journalist for NPR joins us to discuss why the sport of professional baseball is detrimental to the futures of many young Latino men.
CrossFit is an up-tempo exercise program that is sweeping the nation.
Ryan Hardesty and Zach Maser, two curators from the WSU Museum of Art join us to discuss all of what this museum has to offer.
Doctor Dennis J. Garcia talks to us about health concerns to be aware of during the winter months for students and the surrounding community.
Paul Warnick, arboretum horticulturist superintendetn at the Arboretum and Botanical at the University of Idaho talk to us about the arboretum, about winter preparation and gives us some history about it.
We sit down with student Journalist Angela Nguyen as she shares her passion for radio!
On this episode of xConnectNW we sit down and talk to Andy Perdue of greatnorthwestwine.com to talk about which types of wines make for great gifts for every occasion!