A boat motors along Columbia River near the Hanford Reach National Monument near Richland on Aug. 14, 2019.
Columbia County Commissioners Office in Dayton.
Dayton City Hall
The Whitehouse-Crawford building in April 2016. The restaurant has served diners for 20 years but closed for good due to the pandemic.
Riders waiting for the bus in Walla Walla at Valley Transit’s Market Station transfer center downtown.
Baker Boyer Bank in downtown Walla Walla.
Food Truck Night attendees bask in the afternoon sun in 2018.
College Place City Hall
Before walking, a large group of women participated in some additional aerobic activity during the Relay For Life at Martin Field in June 2019.
An engorged Touchet River flows under the Main Street bridge in Dayton during major flooding in the greater Walla Walla Valley in February 2020.
Walla Walla Police Department vehicle
While open for an after-school program, The Club in Dayton will remain empty during spring break this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the coronavirus pandemic took hold this spring, the federal government postponed the traditional April 15 filing deadline until July 15.
Curbside pick up service off Poplar Street and Wi-Fi in the parking lots off Alder and Poplar streets are available at the Walla Walla Public Library, 238 E. Alder St.
Walla Walla High School
Weston Middle School.
The Master’s Ranch West dining facility outside Prescott.
Cole Rand, left, and Tim Parks wade through the driveway at the Mojonnier Road property where Matt and Julee Smith’s pasture was inundated by floodwaters in February. Scores of volunteers helped deliver sandbags around the house to keep the water from intruding in the regional floods of Febr…
A deer rests in the Leonetti vineyard along Russell Creek Road in Walla Walla in February before the snow and rains began in the Walla Walla Valley. Melting snow and record rainfalls prompted the National Weather Service to issue a flood watch for the Blue Mountain foothills. Gov. Jay Insle…
Zak Barker took a break from playing basketball with his son Dave, 2, to jump rope with his daughter Lily, 10, in their east Walla Walla driveway on a March afternoon, while his wife, Joni, looked on. “Nice being outside,” Zak said, “just not around others.”
Sam Kirtley, a retired physician, set up something of a pop-up concert hall in Pioneer Park Thursday afternoon to the delight of a small but appreciative and appropriately distanced audience. “I was getting a little cabin fever,” Kirtley said, “and I thought where could I do this in a safe e…
Mom and dad Australian black swans watch over their three cygnets at the Pioneer Park Aviary in April. The swans were brought to the aviary last year from Florida. This is their first year in a wintry zone, and obviously they survived and now thrive with three little ones.
Valley Christian Church singers lead a worship song to a multi-church congregation at M-F Drive-In Theater during the first of two COVID-19-compliant Easter services in April from a stage area constructed in front of the outdoor theater screen. About 200 cars arrived for the first of two ser…