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OPEN HOUSE Location, View, Inspected

Beautifully Remodeled Rancher!

Saturday, 10:30 AM - NOON

360 Main St., Pullman



4 beds, 2 baths, 2,000 sq. ft, landscaped Pam Eskridge, Broker (509) 330-0508 HOME AND LAND




1127 Lynandra Dr., Moscow


5 Bed, 3 Bath, 2,676 sq ft, Hardwood Floors Moscow Realty (208) 882-5531






Beautiful Fort Russell Home!

501 S. Polk, Moscow


Abundant Natural light in this 3Bd, 1Ba, fenced Danny Howard, REALTOR® (208) 790-1163







Near the Aquatic Center & Schools!



1924 Vandal Drive, Moscow


TBD Reams Rd, Moscow

Affordable 4bd, 2ba, 1-level home with a fence!

Lynn Kramer, Broker (509) 336-0607

Brian Loomis, REALTOR® (208) 892-3160

1950 NW Canyon View Dr., Pullman Enjoy the great view from this 3 bedroom 2 bath home on a large level lot near Pullman High School and the Aquatic center! This open floor plan features a main level living room, kitchen and eating area that opens up to a patio and large back yard. Upstairs you will find both the master bedroom and an additional bedroom plus bath. Downstairs you will also find a third bedroom, bath and family room overlooking the back yard.

Offered at $218,000

For more info contact Lori Churchill Cofer, Realtor® Licensed in WA & ID (509) 330-0086


6.78-acre lot, 4 miles from city limit!

877 N Bitterroot, Moscow


Fenced 7000+ sq ft lot in great location! Jeri Rainer, Agent (208) 596-2202

Robinson Park - Manufactured Home!

TBD 4 Reams Rd, Moscow


6.53-acre lot, 4 miles from city limit!

605 N. Almon #20, Moscow


Clean 2bd, 2ba, well maintained, close to campus

Lynn Kramer, Broker (509) 336-0607

Deann Billing, REALTOR® (208) 596-8811



306 N 4th St, Oakesdale


Quality-built 4Bd/2Ba home on larger lot Jess Rainer, Agent (509) 339-3992

Beautiful Rural View Property!






Price Reduced!

(509) 332-1511

Carmel Travis Carmel specializes in the art of making your home look neat, stylish and inviting to a potential home buyer, the essential Àrst step in selling your home.

1028 Goldhill, Princeton


1211 Uniontown Rd, Genesee


2406 Itani Drive, Moscow


Convenient Rural living. Home/shop, 23.2+/- AC

3Bd/1Ba home w/multiple outbuildings on 13 acres!

One Level Home, 1818 sq. ft. 3 bed, 2 bath. Wow!

Deann Billing, REALTOR® (208) 596-8811

Jennifer O’Brien, Assoc. Broker (509) 338-2017

Teri Skiles, Realtor® (208) 669-1364

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360° Views, 1 Minute from Moscow!


325 W. Third, Moscow




4 Rentals!

Staged homes sell faster. Call Carmel today. 918 East E. Street, Moscow


TBD Mix Road, Moscow


3bd/2ba, Family Rm., Hardwood Floors, Built-Ins

Build Your Dream Home & Shop, 4.85 +/- Acres

Amberlyn Reisenauer, Realtor® (509) 330-1427

Amberlyn Reisenauer, Realtor® (509) 330-1427

5505 Hwy. 95 N., Potlatch


Mixed use commercial/ residential/ investment. Deann Billing, REALTOR® (208) 596-8811


Call/text (509) 330-1136 • BS General Agriculture, WSU • Home Staging Professional • Managing Broker

Summit Realty Northwest

22 Sand Rd, Pullman


5 bedrms, 3 baths & 2,132 sq ft garage/shop Marian Hood, Realtor® (509) 334-0562

1037 Reams Rd, Moscow


5Bd/3ba home, garage, barn & shed on 12 acres!


Lg 4Bd/2Ba home — or separate home & apt! Jess Rainer, Broker (509) 339-3992

Lynn Kramer, Broker (509) 336-0607

600 SW Summer, Pullman


1600 NE Upper Dr, Pullman


4Bd/2Ba - Great location near park & WSU! Lynn Kramer, Broker (509) 336-0607

525 SW Summer St, Pullman


Space & light! 4Bd/2Ba--close to school! Jeri Rainer, Broker (208) 596-2202

1045 NW Ritchie St, Pullman


2 bedrms, 2 baths, covered patio & fenced yard Marian Hood, Realtor® (509) 334-0562

1400 SW Lost Trail Dr, Pullman


Like-new 3Bd/2Ba with easy walk to park! Chris Clark, Broker (509) 432-8222

How to guarantee your garden starts off on the right foot









Metro Editorial

As winter slowly winds down, many gardeners cannot wait to soak up the springtime sun and get their hands dirty in the garden. Such excitement is not just good for gardeners, but can benefit the garden in the months to come as well. Late winter or early spring is a great time to get a head start on the gardening season. Even if gardening season is still around the corner, completing the following projects can ensure your garden gets off on the right foot.

Clear debris

One of the best things you can do for your garden as winter winds down is to clear it of debris. Winter can be especially harsh on a landscape, and gardens left to the elements are often filled with debris once spring arrives. Dead leaves, fallen branches, rocks that surfaced during the winter frost, and even garbage that might have blown about in winter winds can all pile up in a garden over a typical winter. Clearing such debris likely won't take long, but it's a great first step toward restoring the garden before the time comes to plant and grow the garden once again.

Examine the soil

240 NW True St, Pullman


535 SE Side St, Pullman

Charming 3Bd/1Ba - great for entertaining! Lynn Kramer, Broker (509) 336-0607


Super-cute 2Bd/1Ba next to Kruegel Park Jacob T. Davis, Agent (509) 553-9068

1165 SW Grand Ave, Pullman


2Bd/1Ba mft’d home on private, fenced lot Jess Rainer, Broker (509) 339-3992

be a good time to get back to work. Reach into the soil and dig out a handful. If the soil quickly crumbles, you can start preparing for gardening seasoning. But if the soil is still clumped together, it needs more time to dry out before you can begin your prep work.

Initiate edging Edging is another task gardeners can begin as they get ready for the season. Edge plant and flower beds, but be sure to use a spade with a flat blade or an edger designed to edge flower beds. Such tools will cut deep enough so grass roots that may eventually grow into the flower bed are severed. Depending on how large a garden is, edging can be a time-consuming task, so getting a head start allows homeowners to spend more time planting and tending to their gardens once the season hits full swing.

Fight weeds

Though weeds likely have not survived the winter, that does not mean they won't return once Soil plays a significant role in whether the weather starts to heat up. But as inevitable as a garden thrives or struggles. Examining weeds may seem, homeowners can take steps the soil before the season starts can help gardeners address any issues before they to prevent them from turning beautiful gardens plant. Ignoring the soil until a problem aris- into battlegrounds where plants, flowers and vegetables are pitted against unsightly and potentially es can turn the upcoming gardening seaharmful weeds. Spring is a good time to apply a son into a lost opportunity, so test the soil to determine if it has any nutrient or mineral pre-emergent weed preventer, which can stop weeds before they grow. Though such solutions deficiencies. This may require the help of a professional, but if a problem arises, you are not always foolproof, they can drastically reduce the likelihood of weed growth. might be able to adjust the acidity or alkaThough gardeners might not be able to start linity of the soil and still enjoy a successful Metro Editorial planting their gardens in late winter or early spring, gardening season. Another way to examine the soil is less they can still get outside and take steps to ensure Late winter or early spring is a great time to get a head start on the gardening complex but can shed light on when would their gardens thrive once planting season begins. season.

Home on the Palouse, March 22, 2014  
Home on the Palouse, March 22, 2014  

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