A “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K Walk” will debut in Walla Walla on Saturday at Pioneer Park starting at 8:30 a.m.
LEWISTOWN, Mont. — Hanging on the wall in Brett Nienhuis’ living room are three 8-inch-by-12-inch photos of an angler in a wheelchair reeling in a fish from a drift boat — an aluminum boat that Nienhuis built in his Lewistown shop.
Wildlife photographer Dan Streiffert will talk about rafting the March Fork of the Canning River during the Blue Mountain Audubon Society meeting open to the community at 7 p.m. tonight in Olin Hall, Room 129, on the Whitman College campus.
“Shadows of Liberty” presents the “phenomenal true story of today’s disintegrating freedoms within the U.S. media and government that they don’t want you to see,” according to a release.
Free screenings of documentary “The 1919 Walla Walla Tractor Show” will be in the area as part of Blue Mountain Land Trust’s centennial anniversary celebration of this long-forgotten event.
ArtEscape Studios, 3 W. Poplar St., will host an art workshops in woodblock printing. It will provide an opportunity for the curious and creative minded to explore art making with the guidance of a highly skilled artist, and with a limited monetary commitment. All supplies will be provided a…
Geologist, professor emeritus and author Bob Carson will return to Fort Walla Walla Museum to give a free presentation for the Museum After Hours series.
Taking a minute to look. Deeper is generally a good idea when your life shifts. Moving from the comfort of night and light and lines of architecture, to that which changes and disappears and is unfindable. What with the river’s choice and the fire’s path, Tara Graves has returned to her fami…
Portrayed by Gary Lentz, William Tye, assistant conductor for Dorsey Baker’s Walla Walla & Columbia River Railroad, is the focus of a living-history presentation from 2-3 p.m. Sunday at Fort Walla Walla Museum, 755 Myra Road.
The Walla Walla Balloon Stampede is underway through this weekend in Howard Tietan Park, corner of Howard and Tietan streets. All activities are weather-permitting.
A huge green and white slab sits on stage at Whitman College’s Harper Joy Theater. Growing out of it are a bookcase and something that looks like the shelves of a laboratory. These elements are literally just the tip of the iceberg for “Playing with Fire (After Frankenstein),” which opens th…
The Walla Walla Wrestling Club invites boys and girls, ages 5-15, to practice at the Wa-Hi Blue Devil Gym on Oct. 23.
If it seems there are more opportunities to get into a hot air balloon at the Walla Walla Balloon Stampede these days, this year will be no exception.
LONGVIEW, Wash. — With a final stamp late last month in Kelso, Lindsey Pollock completed her whirlwind tour of all 39 counties in Washington.
LEWISTON — Count the annual Clearwater Snake Steelhead Derby among the casualties of declining steelhead runs over the past four years.
COEUR D’ALENE — Sometimes it takes the Cape Canaveral launch to get out of bed.
COLLEGE PLACE — The Walla Walla University Music Department will feature professor of music Kraig Scott on organ in a faculty recital from 7-8:30 p.m. Saturday at WWU Church, 212 S.W. Fourth St.
From rocky cliffs and chilling fog to warm, sunny beaches, Highway 101 is one of the longest, most scenic highways in the U.S. Driving it is not fast by any means, but given that it winds through the coastal scenery of Washington, Oregon and California, who’s in a hurry?