Prior to the construction of automobiles and immense bridges, people used ferries to cross bodies of water such as the Palouse River. Ferries were important; they allowed for people to travel to the opposite bank without having to take long and…

In the modern world, science explains why the world turns and how natural wonders, such as waterfalls, are created and formed. Prior to modern science, however, there were still answers needed to these questions. The story of the creation of Palouse…

Walking through the blistering heat of the silent scablands of the Columbia Basin, one may be startled by the soft, yet loud wut of a frightened bird. In March of 1806, Meriwether Lewis described in his journal this “Cock of the Plains.” it was “in…