In the program, first-year students are matched with patients, based on common interests.
CHICAGO — At age 80, retired Chicago physician and educator Dan Winship is getting a bittersweet last chance to teach about medicine — only this time he’s the subject. In the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, Winship is giving a young medical student a close-up look at a devastating illness affecting millions of patients worldwide.
Panoramic photographs of the beautiful Walla Walla Valley.
Patrolling the slopes, from upkeep to rescue
They work in Kennewick, Walla Walla and Lewiston as firefighters, EMTs and even teachers, then spend their weekends patrolling the slopes outside of Dayton.
Dale McKain's techniques for fly-tying are as varied as the insects his flies represent.
“Scholars have long known that fishing eventually turns men into philosophers,” Patrick McManus wrote in “Never Sniff a Gift Fish.” “Unfortunately, it is almost impossible to buy decent tackle on a philosopher’s salary.” In Dale McKain’s case, it wasn’t lack of funds that drove him tying flies for fishing, it was a lack of access.
A tour of Walla Walla’s public schools reveals a district with forward-looking programs, but outdated facilities.
WALLA WALLA — Despite the floor-to-ceiling windows along one wall, the physics lab at Walla Walla High School is underlit. Bundles of wires and powerstrips dangle from the room’s computers and the six lab tables in the middle of the room leave little room for anything else.
Lizzy Harvey shares her love for circus arts to instill confidence and self-trust in youths.
WALLA WALLA — Evelyn Sisk, or “Evi,” could not be more clear why she’s enrolled in Walla Walla Parks and Recreation’s “Circus Arts” class. “I was really interested in the circus,” the 9 year-old explained. “I wanted to be interactive with people older than me … and I really wanted to learn to do flips.”
Walla Walla exudes community pride
Unity has defined our country since we stood up in arms against England and became our own nation.
In a building stripped bare and completely redone, the Misbehaven Spa & Salon has a whole new look
Hawks fans show their team pride before the NFC Championship.
WALLA WALLA — Local nail techs have had a busy week laying down the colors of College Navy, Action Green and Wolf Grey, which are also the Seattle Seahawks’ official colors.
They might not be fancy, red-carpet movie premieres, but they feel that special to the dozens of guests who routinely attend outdoor screenings of family friendly fare at Marty and Susan Huie’s outdoor theater.
Fans flock to Walla Walla Valley R/C clubs.
In the history of aeronautics, sibling teams cast a long shadow.
Winter hit with a vengeance over Monday night and into Tuesday.
The table setting at the Northstar Blending Experience is a cross between “Downton Abbey” and a chemistry lab.
When it comes to leaves, what goes down must come up. As many homeowners and anyone who parks underneath a tree these days can attest, the leaves are falling. This leads to leaf blowers roaring, rakes being unlimbered and the annual appearance of “the claw.”
A granddaughter inspires a tour of WWII history throughout Europe
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