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.
People who use Facebook and Twitter are less likely than others to share their opinions on hot-button issues, even when they are offline, according to a surprising new survey by the Pew Research Center.
On a recent morning in London, Lara Thomson practiced spinning on benches, swinging from metal bars and balancing off raised ledges — all elements of a daredevil discipline known as “parkour.”
It isn’t often that members of the city’s Historic Preservation Commission oppose demolitions. And it’s rarer for the commission to oppose two demolitions as the same time, which is the current situation.
A hike to the highest point in the Washington section of the Blue Mountains proves a little tougher than expected.
UMATILLA NATIONAL FOREST — Easy, they said. A perfect hike for kids and first-timers. Those were the words that suckered me into hiking to Oregon Butte on a recent Sunday, camera, lenses, tripod and other assorted goodies in tow.
A dusty, barren field in the shadow of a busy Arizona interstate was for decades a place where children played freely, teenagers spooked themselves on Halloween and locals dumped trash, seemingly unaware of the history beneath them.
Work crews, board members and volunteers at the Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days are in the throes of living this year’s theme.
At Camp Meadowood Springs, you can watch “Tony Stark” escape shark-infested waters via a rope line while “Dumbledore” cheers him on.
Activities and weekly lunch menus at area senior centers
It takes only a couple of minutes, twice a day, but 101-year-old Richard Hendrickson is fiercely proud that he has done the same thing for his country and community nearly every day since Herbert Hoover was in the White House in 1930.
Your rash may be coming from two hard-to-escape realities of summer: heat and sun.
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