By Katie Teachout
The Journal 

That NW Bus as colorful and beloved as ever


Last updated 4/6/2021 at 6:51pm

Katie Teachout

Seattle residents, from left, Kumar Abhishek, Rashmi Rai, Suman Choudhary and Sonesh Kumar stopped by to see That NW Bus on a trip to Palouse Falls from Yakima.

WASHTUCNA - That NW bus, a popular stop for tourists traveling to Palouse Falls and college students heading to Pullman, saw lots of action as it got yet another coat of paint Saturday, April 3.

The 1955 Kenworth Pacific School Bus originally owned by the Toppenish School District was a popular sight to visit for graffiti artists and tourists alike when it sat rusting away on public land near the turnoff to Palouse Falls, in between Washtucna and Kahlotus. Now owned by the Washtucna Heritage Museum and located just off Highway 261 at the north end of Washtucna on land donated by Blankenshi...

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