Some people spend a chunk of their day outside — mountain climbers, builders, hotel doormen, and definitely not least on the list — plein-air painters.
Cordiner Hall went dark Tuesday night. But Maestro, musicians and music played on.
Billions of years ago, Mars may have resembled Earth more closely than it does today.
All throughout the year we have opportunities to recall our many blessings and give thanks. Our ancestors felt that thanksgiving was especially fitting at harvest time. In America, various towns declared days of thanksgiving even before the Revolutionary War.
There’s no fixing an exploded piece of pottery.
You can understand why President Obama and congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle sought to cast their end-of-October budget deal in the best possible light. They avoided a potentially catastrophic national default. They reduced the possibility of a government shutdown. And they raised the debt ceiling until March, 2017, taking that bargaining chip off the table until the next president is in the White House.
It was brought to my attention recently that some people with good eyesight have trouble understanding how a blind person could perform tasks like shaving or applying makeup.
Maybe it sounds a little cheesy to say I loved a 114-year-old woman whom I met only twice, but it’s true.
Usually, every year in mid-June, the little town of College Place takes a hiatus. Most students scatter for the summer, leaving the Walla Walla University campus to quietly bask under warm sunny days and fiery evening sunsets.
We often claim to be private individuals, with our own, private, designer religion — a look, an accessory, a faith that fits.
Alder Street is lookin’ good with its smooth, black, pothole free asphalt and new diagonal parking. It’s so chic from Spokane Street to Fourth Avenue that even the traffic signals are showing off. You can’t shut them up — literally.
Dear Mr. Trump, Greetings from Walla Walla, Wash., a small Pacific Northwest town some 2,800 miles from Jacksonville, Fla., where on Saturday, Oct. 24 you made the following comments in a campaign stump speech:
Halloween, also known as All Hallows’ Eve, is an astronomical holiday.
Although it may feel like a constant struggle, we believers know the experience of striving to grow in our faith lives.
Early this spring son Nick Emigh and I restored some oak rocking chairs at my antiques shop. These chairs were made by noted Arts and Crafts-era furniture manufacturer Charles Limbert Company of Grand Rapids and Holland, Mich.
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