Alta High Elk's fingers deftly wove thin cedar strips. Eventually, her work will yield a small cedar basket. Seated next to her, Caroline Underwood twisted a Western red cedar cordage handle for her cedar huckleberry basket.
Justice — a miniature Nigerian dwarf goat — was born on the Fourth of July last year, so it was only fitting that her owner, Aedra Hausrath, 7, dressed her in a red, white and blue Wonder Woman costume Sunday for their debut at the Clark County Fair's annual Goat Dress-Up and Parade.
Meet Pnemo, pronounced with a silent "p" as in pneumatics. You know, that branch of technology that deals with mechanical motion produced by pressurized gas? Pnemo can play catch, shoot hoops and zoom around — on his own or at the whim of the students controlling him. He's a robot made out of aluminum, steel, a computer and router, PVC pipes and a 12-volt battery, among other odds and ends.
Ridgefield — An anonymous donor gave $1,500 this year to boost art programs at Ridgefield schools. The money was doled out as grants by the Ridgefield Public Schools Foundation to fund teacher projects at the four schools in the Ridgefield district.