Adventures are worthwhile, even when 21 hours late I take the trip from Pasco, WA, to North Dakota twice a year to visit my kids in North Dakota. If everything goes according to plan A, AMTRAK takes 21 hours from A to B. This time … Continue readingFrom Eastern Washington to North Dakota on the AMTRAK ~ May 2023
Written by Katy Nesbitt. Photography by Angelika Ursula Dietrich. Updated May 1, 2023. From left to right: Lynea and Stan Stanhope, Gary and Karen Prout, and Max Prout. EDITOR’S NOTE: 2004 was the first Chief Joseph Days Parade I covered while being the productions manager … Continue readingUp Close and Personal with Chief Joseph Days Stage Coach
What you can do with a point-and-shoot and an Iphone! Here is crazy me who can’t leave the house without a camera at Friday’s Pendleton Roundup. I didn’t bring my big camera that I use at Chief Joseph Days Rodeo, of course, but I had … Continue readingSnapshots from the 2022 Pendleton Roundup
Welcome To Native American History Find a collection of recommended literature below the introduction by Angelika Ursula Dietrich The time has come to tell the TRUTH! The truth about American History will be hard to accept by many, just as it was for post-war Germany … Continue readingNative American History – It is time to tell the truth
Traveling to Lapwai, Idaho, to contribute raising awareness of the lethal dangers of Fentanyl On August 14, 2022, I traveled to Lapwai, ID, for a three-day basketball tournament to honor the life of AJ Miles and to raise awareness of the lethal dangers of Fentanyl. … Continue readingA Fundraiser: 2nd Annual AJ Memorial Basketball Tournament
2022 NEZ PERCE ENCAMPMENT A Reunion of Tradition, Pride, and Friendship With temperatures close to 100 degrees, Nez Perce tribal members and visitors gathered in Joseph east of the Harley Tucker Memorial Arena to share the Nez Perce’s culture and traditions during the last day … Continue readingA Reunion of Tradition, Pride, and Friendship at the 2022 Nez Perce Encampment Pavilion
ENTERPRISE, Oregon – Peace is one of Rotary International’s nine causes – up there with ending polio, providing clean water, and supporting education. To bring light to this cause and attention to local peace efforts, the Wallowa County Rotary Club installed a peace pole on … Continue readingPeace Pole installed at Wallowa County Courthouse Grounds
Woodlands & Watersheds Festival returns to the Wallowa County Fairgrounds with big success ENTERPRISE, Oregon — The 18th annual Woodlands & Watersheds Festival made its way back to the Wallowa County Fairgrounds on June 24.25 local and regional organizations participated in this amazing event featuring … Continue reading2022 Woodlands & Watersheds Festival celebrating Wallowa County’s natural and cultural resources a huge success!