A new twist on a fitness classic

Jazzercise: It's no longer leg warmers, sweat bands and leotards.

Connecting past & present

A historic site has received quite the face-lift for its 53rd birthday.

Shakespeare, Western style

Washougal High School's production of a Shakespearean classic will take a unique twist with "The Tamin' of the Shrew."

Handcrafted, local, unique

Sick of the big box stores, crowded parking lots and endless sales hype? If so, local bazaars offer shoppers the opportunity to purchase handcrafted items and have fun, all while helping local non-profit groups and supporting the area's economy.

Connecting with their environment

Having pets in the classroom is an experience that many remember for a lifetime.

‘So others may live’

In 1998, Jan Foltz's daughter was nearly killed in a rockslide while hiking with a church group in Bonners Ferry, Idaho.

Pumpkins a plenty

Pumpkin patches are a time-honored fall tradition, with those young and old making the journey to enjoy fall in all its splendor.

Warm, welcoming, watercolors

When students walk into Nancy Ryan's classroom, one thing is clear: There is no right or wrong way to paint.

An inspiring trek

Thirty-six years ago, Dave and Boni Deal hiked across Washington State on the Pacific Crest Trail with their toddler son, an adventure full of perilous moments and beauty.

Help for heroes

From the time he was a child growing up in Michigan, Corey Collins wanted to serve in the military.