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The Walla Walla University women’s basketball team fell to Simpson University, 76-42, on Monday.
Cue the Apple Cup-week jokes, starting with this knee-slapper: For the 7:30 p.m. kickoff Saturday night in Pullman, there’s a good chance of showers, with a high in the upper 30s and a low in the upper 20s.
Third baseman Kyle Seager’s All-Star season earns him a seven-year extension with the Mariners.
A regional design group has named a new head of civil engineering in Walla Walla.
A Milton-Freewater bakery and book and gift shop is shutting down.
The average prices for gasoline in Washington and Oregon showed signs of leveling off from recent steep declines.
The voters have spoken, and Initiative 1351 will become law. A bad law, but a law nevertheless.
The state’s economy seems to finally be growing.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson abused his 4-year-old son when he repeatedly beat the child with a small tree branch, leaving him bloodied and bruised. That behavior is abhorrent and should not be tolerated in society.
Letters to the editor
Several people have asked what is going on with the Columbia River salmon.
Regarding Jeff Popick’s Sept. 18 discussion on running wind machines during this latest siege of cold nights, we have information to offer that indicates his comments are a bunch of “hot air.”
Thursday: Church to give thanks. Check.
- Yes, and it should be done through donations and volunteers. 47%
- Yes, and it should be managed by the city or county governments. 3%
- Yes, and it should be a public-private partnership (volunteers and government). 47%
- No. 3%
36 total votes