WALLA WALLA — Don’t bother trying to categorize The Poetry Assassins, a new Dayton-based band whose core members have individually been writing and playing here and there for years.
WALLA WALLA — A place where many people in the Valley first got their ice skating legs under them is about to melt into local history.
WALLA WALLA — Friday the 13th proved good luck for Valley bird watchers.
WALLA WALLA — The resignation of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki may have solved a political problem for President Obama and satisfied members of Congress who in a bipartisan voice called for the retired Army general’s ouster.
WALLA WALLA — Way back in the early 1960s, when John F. Kennedy was president, three guitar players and a drummer from Walla Walla High School learned how to rock the rafters at the Natatorium.
WALLA WALLA — What began last year as a 10-minute original duet by local dancers Peter de Grasse and Vicki Lloid at a Walla Walla wine tasting room has taken a huge leap — in cast and the performance stage.
Bob Roberts had been flying Adventist relief missions around the world for nearly four decades.
WALLA WALLA — A Walla Walla native who spent most of his life as a pilot for Seventh-day Adventist relief missions overseas died in a plane crash Wednesday in Indonesia.
WALLA WALLA — Nature lost, nature found.
Veterans Day on Monday will be recognized with parades and other events starting Friday.
WALLA WALLA — As the Veterans Day holiday approaches, those who have served will be honored in a number of ways.
A three-ring circus rolls into Walla Walla for two performances.
A vestige of ancient Rome will be in Walla Walla on Tuesday — in the form of The Jordan World Circus.