The new College Place High School's football stadium just got its bleachers.
A prison program all about sustainable practices is sustaining itself pretty well.
Jay Decker’s “field camera” weighs about 12 pounds, sans lens. It has a maximum shutter speed of 1/30th of a second and holds a whopping one piece of film at a time, and one piece of film can cost as much as $15.
New business offers paint, food and libations.
WALLA WALLA — Anyone can learn to paint, and have fun while doing so, Barb Newby believes. Might as well make a party of it, in fact, surrounded by friends, wine and snacks.
POMEROY — Pinball machines and arcade games line the hallway, and a dozen televisions — mostly from the 1950s — stack to form a makeshift wall in the bedroom. Aside from an overhead light in the kitchen, every room is lit only by neon: a collection of glowing hamburgers, ice cream cones, shoes and an outline of the state of Nevada.
On Friday, ghosts, goblins, vampires and all sorts of creepy crawlies — or less-scary facsimiles of them — will descend on neighborhoods with their annual threats of “trick or treat.”
Some of the most exciting and challenging sailing in the Northwest is located at the most southwesterly section of the county at Port Kelley, Wash.
Most kids can only dream about scoring a touchdown while the crowd goes wild.
Six and two-thirds acres of Halloween fun and fright are in action once again.
When Andy Porter and I received an invitation to attend a defensive handgun training class at Paratus Northwest, we nearly broke our journalistic training and jumped at the chance. Instead, we merely politely accepted.