Will Gilbert tucks his arms inside his shirt to stay warm while out for a morning walk today through the Whitman College campus. As summer fades and fall officially starts Saturday, temperatures have been chilly overnight, including a 41-degree morning on Sept. 12.
Thursday was Dogs at the Park Night against the Wenatchee Applesox. The Dogs at the Park game is to create awareness for the Blue Mountain Humane Society.
A storm system moved into the area Friday night, as seen from this photograph taken from a hilltop northwest of town at about sundown. A thunderstorm on Saturday morning caused several power failures and fires.
Clouds gather in the turbulent heavens above a sunrise-lit church steeple on Monday morning following a night of thunder, lightning, wind, rain and the brewing threat of more stormy weather to come. Temperatures in or near 100-degrees over the past three
Waiting for a rally to heat up with the home team down 3-1 on a sweltering, 90-degree night, the manual scoreboard keeper at Borleske Stadium looks out from his extra-innings opening during Friday night's game between the Walla Walla Sweets and the Centra
Wearing a patriotic mask, Teresa Holtzinger, 2, giggles behind stars and stripes while celebrating Independence Day during the Walla Walla Sweets' game Wednesday evening.