The Argonaut turns 120 this year. My byline lives on somewhere in its archives in the late ’90s, when I reported on student government as an undergrad. It was invaluable experience that helped lead me to where I am today, editor of an independent weekly devoted to arts and culture in north central Idaho and southeastern Washington.
When I arrived at UI from my hometown of Idaho Falls I was a bit confused. I’d never been to Moscow, and the pamphlet I’d received had led me to believe it was forested (This was 1992, the year the first photo was published on the internet. It wasn’t of UI). Instead, the little town of Moscow (which had like six restaurants and no coffee shops) was completely surrounded by wheat fields. I remembered wondering what there was to do there.
Since 2012, Inland 360 has answered that question each week. Every Thursday we feature events happening around the region. We tell stories about the people, things and places that shape life in the Inland Northwest. We cover eight counties; at the heart are the Quad Cities of Moscow, Pullman, Lewiston and Clarkston. We offer the region’s most comprehensive, free events calendar in print and online at inland360.com. You can enter your events there or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to the Argonaut, Inland 360 is inserted each week in the Washington State University student newspaper, the Daily Evergreen; the Lewiston Tribune; Moscow-Pullman Daily News and at free distribution points around the region. About 32,000 copies of Inland 360 are distributed each week.
We’re family-owned and we’re local. We believe in where we live. We aim to tell stories in new and engaging ways.
As a reader, you’re critical to what we do. Your feedback, story ideas and news tips are always welcome at email@example.com.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
Jennifer Karinen Bauer
Editor Inland 360