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Stopover spillover: What will the neighbors say?

Walla Walla’s population is expected to double during the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover concert in mid-August, which means the city is about to become a cup running over.


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Sunday's Glance, Scoreboard

Sunday's Glance, Scoreboard

Wa-Hi baseball sweeps Bombers

The Blue Devils blow out Richland in game one before pulling out a 9-8 win in the nightcap.

Schneider, Carroll have perfected buddy system

Entering their sixth draft together, the Schneider-Carroll partnership is viewed by many as the model for running a football team.


Tenants choose ‘The Airport District’ branding

When it comes to choosing a brand identity for marketing the Airport Industrial Park, Port of Walla Walla commissioners are behind the tenants.

Port of Walla Walla eyes ways to stabilize finances

Air travel may be soaring at the Walla Walla Regional Airport, but when it comes to revenue and margins the operation could use a little more stability, officials say.

Food bank in market for AmeriCorps volunteers

Blue Mountain Action Council Food Bank is looking for help with a 10-week position that will bring fresh produce into food banks.


Editorial - Candidates needed for local elections

Serving on a local school board or city council can be rewarding, but not in the monetary sense. Those elected to these posts are paid nothing (literally).

Editorial - Kelley should do us a favor — resign

Troy Kelley is technically correct when he maintains that he is the duly elected auditor of Washington state, that allegations against him do not involve his performance in office, and that he has yet to be convicted of any crime that warrants his removal from the job.

Editorial: Governor should veto latest hazy marijuana proposal

Washington state voters approved the legalization of marijuana well over two years ago after being sold on the idea it would be a way to reduce crime.

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