Reach Stories

A project by Reach Foundation

Stories of The REACH allows you to extend your exploration of the natural and human history of the region, its communities, and cultures, beyond the exhibits at The REACH. If you haven't yet experienced The REACH in person, come in and check it out!

Now open, Tuesday-Saturday, 9-5, Sunday, noon-5, closed Monday.

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Random Stories

Are you from Pasco, Kennewick, or Richland? Odds are, you aren’t from White Bluffs. But, if you lived in this area in the early part of the twentieth century, you might be.

In the early 1900s,…

A section of prefabricated houses, or prefabs, and precuts (U and V houses) exist in the blocks on Downing Street between Jadwin and Cullum Avenues. Prefabs intended to be temporary housing for a…

Salmon. How could one fish be asked to do so much?

Before the arrival of European Americans, salmon provided sustenance for Native American communities throughout the Columbia River watershed.…

The E house was a one-story home designed for senior level management (Level 3). Each house had three bedrooms, one bath, and a basement. The house included a partially covered exterior entry, with…