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Law conference to focus on court-imposed costs

The conference takes place at noon on Friday.

Agenda - Weston City Council - 10/12/15

Regular session takes place at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Emergency Services - 10/12/15

Emergency Services - 10/12/15


Whit women play Lewis & Clark to tie

PORTLAND — Whitman College’s Lena de Guzman scored her second goal of the year, and goalkeeper Haley Case finished with three saves, but the Missionaries and host Lewis & Clark College finally submitted to a double-overtime 1-1 deadlock in Northwest Conference women’s soccer action Sunday afternoon in Griswold Stadium.

Wolves, Mountaineers play to tie

COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University’s men fought hard, but couldn’t overcome Eastern Oregon’s 14-3 shots-on-goal advantage as the Wolves dropped a Cascade Collegiate Conference soccer matchup, 4-1.

Nguyen leads Missionary women

SUNRIVER, Ore.— An improvement of 13 strokes off Saturday’s opening round score was a positive sign for Whitman College’s women’s golf team here Sunday.


Strictly - SBA holds competition for businesses serving women, families

Organizations and people offering services or products that support women and families can join in the 2016 InnovateHER Challenge.

Strictly - Service shop launches fundraiser for veterans

Oil Can Henry’s salutes veterans this month with a campaign to benefit the National Military Family Association.

Strictly - Insurance, real estate firm launches coat drive

Lloyd’s Insurance & Real Estate is collecting Coats for Kids through the end of this month.


Editorial - Elia has edge in race between two strong WW City Council candidates

Dominick Elia and Steve Moss are terrific candidates to serve on the Walla Walla City Council. Voters can’t make a bad choice when they cast their ballots for City Council Position 7 in the Nov. 3 race.

Editorial - U-B begins editorial endorsements

Over the next few days the Union-Bulletin will be running its endorsements for Walla Walla City Council races and state ballot issues for the Nov. 3 election.

Editorial - It is time to regulate online fantasy games

Regular (or even casual) watchers of ESPN and other cable sports channels have heard about DraftKings and FanDuel, the online forums for playing daily fantasy sports games. That’s because DraftKings and FanDuel — separate companies — are spending tens of millions of dollars on advertising to let folks know they can win multimillion dollar prizes.

Letters to the editor

Letter - What does Russia want in Syria?

Russia’s intentions in Syria are confusing.

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