Sometimes change is as simple as sitting in a different pew at church. But sometimes, change can be as life altering as the end of a 43-year marriage.
Not so long ago I was browsing in a gift shop featuring lots of “touristy” merchandise.
Dressed in traditional Mayan Indian costume, Samuel Becerra demonstrates how to create a clay flute in the shape of a bird.
The summer season at Mt. Rainier is now at its peak!
The Direct Current Concert Series, showcasing local talent from the Walla Walla area, continues at the Gesa Power House Theatre on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Considering 25 percent of the lentils in the U.S. are grown in the Palouse region, it’s only appropriate that Pullman is hosting the 26th annual National Lentil Festival.
Wyatt Wentz of Prosser is organizing “Makin’ 8 for Prostate,” a fundraising event for prostate cancer awareness and research.
For all Gospel music lovers, it’s time again for the monthly, old-fashioned Gospel music jamboree.
Washington State Parks officials announced earlier this week that campfires in all state parks will be prohibited until further notice to help prevent human-caused wildfires during the hot, dry season on both sides of the Cascade Mountains.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission wants the public to know that Monday, Aug. 25, is a state parks ‘free day.’
Sunnyside’s Paleteria La Nortena will celebrate 25 years of business with a special event on Saturday, Aug. 23, beginning at 11 a.m.
The Grandview Church of Nazarene choir will be performing at Sunnyside’s Centennial Square on Thursday, Aug. 21.
Sun Terrace Assisted Living Center in Sunnyside will be hosting a 50s sock hop and dinner today (Friday).
The first official phase of the hotel and casino expansion at Yakama Nation Legends Casino kicked off last month with an enlargement of the parking area.
Sunnyside author B.J. Joke will be signing her novel “My Story: Power to Rule” at Frio in downtown Sunnyside on Wednesday, Aug. 27, from 4 to 6 p.m.