Chelan-Douglas Land Trust educator Hillary Schwirtlich talks with kids about what they experienced while quietly nature journaling on Saddle Rock during the Spring Break Hiking & Nature camp on Tuesday. The four-day camp was hosted by the Wenatchee Parks and Recreation Department in conjunction with the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust. (World photo/Mike Bonnicksen)
Ninety-nine percent of the time that I spend contemplating murder is when I’m behind the wheel of my car. The other 1 percent is when my favorite TV series decides to pull a mid-season finale and make me wait three months before I get to see the next episode (I’m looking at you, Shonda Rhimes).
Lula Mae Little left her close-knit community of black friends and family in East St. Louis during World War II, one of tens of thousands of people who came to work on a secret military project in the Eastern Washington desert.