College Place police this steering column damaged where it appears a thief might have been trying to "hot wire" a vehicle Monday night.
Ted and Ariel Anderson enjoy the sunshine, pizza and wine outside Sweet Basil Pizzeria on Wednesday afternoon. The two agreed it was great to be able to sit and eat at a restaurant with Phase 2 of the state’s Safe Start program announced in Walla Walla County that day. “And such a gorgeous d…
A couple dozen people enjoyed the first day of Phase 2 at Burwood Brewing Company on Wednesday afternoon. While restaurants, bar, breweries and wineries were giddy about Walla Walla County’s progression to Phase 2 of the governor’s Safe Start plan, it didn’t change much for some other businesses.
Kevin Schroeder and his mom, Betty Alexander, enjoy riding their bikes around Dayton. Schroeder has autism, and Alexander has been legally in charge of making medical decisions for her son. A recent trip to an emergency room became a traumatic experience when Alexander didn’t have the paperw…
Gov. Jay Inslee in Tumwater talking to the press about Washington State’s effort at contact tracing a week ago.
As seen on today's state case population map, the darker the shade of blue, the more people have been diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Milton-Freewater police vehicle.
Mike Eberle shares on Walla Walla Kitchen Peeps an image of his pollo la brasa in an overnight marinade last week.
A photo posted by Walla Walla Kitchen Peeps founder Mike Eberle offers a view into a panade in the works late last week.
The oldest of two wooden markers before and after it was restored.
Venus Mills, executive director of Drug Free Business in Bothell, says her workers have been hit by false unemployment claims.
Bull trout often seek the shelter of deep log jam holes.
Bull trout take advantage of their large mouth to predate on other fishes.
Native bull trout, similar to Dolly Varden, have light spots on a dark background and lack vermiculations, or wavy marks, on their back and dorsal fin that characterize introduced brook trout.
The author's oldest grandson, Liam, takes time out from his iPad to try for a breakfast-size rainbow trout.
The author's granddaughter, Sofia, practices her fly casting skills on a nice pool in the Umatilla River.
The author gives his grandchildren, Annalise and Adam Dauble, a hug after a fine day of trolling for rainbow trout on Pine Lake.
A rainbow trout.
Brad Trumbo dead-drifting a dry fly with a tenkara rod.