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Muddy Frogwater No More

Photo by Christopher Belluschi

Hannah Bartman, Feature Editor

February 18, 2016

Ten miles away, just a hop, skip, and a jump from campus, a new species extinction crisis is emerging. Over the past ten years, Milton-Freewater, or better known by some as Muddy Frogwater, has been defined in part by its wooden frog sculptures.

Chances to Escape: A Guide to Towns and Cities Outside Walla Walla

Karah Kemmerly

February 28, 2013

Looking for a change of scenery? It might seem like Walla Walla is in the middle of nowhere, but there are actually plenty of options for students looking to get away for a while. Below are some of Whitties most favorite places to visit for a day-trip out of Walla Walla. Waitsburg Drive just 20 miles east, and...

Milton-Freewater inspires flavorful trip

Kelsey Kennedy

April 5, 2012

The town of Milton-Freewater, Ore.––affectionately known among locals as "Muddy-Frogwater" for its ubiquitous frog imagery––is within easy reach of Whitties looking for a day trip off campus. Just 10 miles south of Whitman, Milton-Freewater's location in the Walla Walla Valley Wine Appellation...

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