Fall weather means its time to harvest the grapes in Washington state. Bringing them in, and crushing them to start a new fermentation process is often called “Crush”. And with crush, comes a time to celebrate! Here are some great wine events to check out!
A lightning storm set to hit the region Saturday could ignite even more blazes and bring little to no rain. Smoke from the current fires across the central part of the state has already prompted some schools to relocate weekend sporting events. Central Washington University has moved its Saturday football game against Azusa Pacific from Ellensburg to the Seattle suburb of Bothell.
Officials urged residents around the Mission Ridge ski area southwest of Wenatchee to leave their homes because of the rapid growth of the Table Mountain Fire Complex.
It’s time for those yellow, fuzzy, juicy peaches! We’ve waited all year for peach cobbler, peach ice cream and peach pie! Washington grows some of the most delectable peach varieties, too! Whether it’s at the market or in the orchard, here are places you can go to pick a pail of peaches!
For those who love trains, Washington state is filled with American railroad history. Part of the unexplored West, Washington became a huge part of shipping grain and other goods by rail. Come see and experience what life was like well over a century ago at these interactive train museums.
Yakima County searchers have found a 55-year-old Seattle doctor who had been missing on Mount Adams since a weekend hiking trip. He’s reported to be tired but in good condition.
Search teams in Yakima County are looking for a 55-year-old Seattle doctor reported missing on Washington’s Mount Adams.
The principal of Toppenish High School is a finalist for a national principal of the year award.
Washington is the largest supplier of cherries in the United States, and exports them to places like China, Korea, Australia, Brazil and Japan. July is the perfect month for picking this gorgeous (and tasty) Washington fruit! Here are some of our favorite u-pick spots.
Whether it’s an old fashioned, historic Fourth of July in Vancouver, a kids’ celebration in Leavenworth, or fireworks over the water in Port Angeles and Long Beach, there’s a little something for everyone this year in WA on Independence Day!