WALLA WALLA — Visitors to the Marcus Whitman Gem & Mineral Society’s annual show will be treated to several pieces of prehistory this year.
With a new headliner on tap, this year’s Jazz & Wine Among Friends festival is sure to be a hot ticket.
There’s a new cat on the block. Apple released Mountain Lion, the latest version of the operating system that powers its Macintosh line of personal computers, late last month.
Bob Skelding left Colorado in April and expects to complete his journey in June next year.
If you see a horse-drawn wagon driving through Walla Walla today, don't be surprised. Bob Skelding, who goes by the "Wagon Teamster," has embarked upon a multi-month journey across the American West powered by a team of three horses.
The Honour Project will give free rides to all veterans in a 1942 Boeing Stearman.
If you hear the whir of a biplane overhead during the coming weekends, it may be carrying one of America's finest.
'Romeo and Juliet' actors bring swordfighting and Shakespeare to a Camp Fire gathering at Wildwood Park.
With foam pool noodles standing in for longswords, two hordes of summer campers charged across Wildwood Park's field Tuesday to meet each other in slow-motion battle.
Come the summer of 1937, the Union-Bulletin developed some very distinguished readers in Tinseltown. In between takes, a number of prominent movie stars, including Clark Gable and Shirley Temple, were photographed reading the paper following a June 6 story that celebrated Frederick Mercy, Sr.’s 25th year in the business of owning a chain of movie theaters.
The Road Bros are in town for a 'Best of the Road' visit focusing on best small-town food.
WALLA WALLA -- Spending all day eating may sound like a fantasy, but for Brian Cox and Mike Shubic, it's another day on the job.
MILTON-FREEWATER - When it comes to saving a drowning victim's life, Lacey Carlson runs on instinct and eight years of experience."You don't think, it's reaction," Carlson said. "You see them, you go in. Once you pull them to the side, that's when you sta
WALLA WALLA -- When she was growing up in Montana, Bonnie Zahn Griffith was surrounded by art."My mom was an illustrator, my uncle was an illustrator, and my dad was a musician," she said. "I always had encouragement."All of that encouragement has paid of