Local news

Ticket sales at reduced prices frustrate fans

Third-party ticket sales offering discounts for the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover in Walla Walla strike a bad chord with some fans.

Texas House OKs bill protecting pastors

The House tentatively approved Thursday a bill saying that Texas pastors, churches and religious institutions can’t be sued by private parties or penalized by government for spurning gay weddings.

Column - What does Bible mean, to ‘abide?’

What I may love best about the Bible is how it is a never ending source of insight and inspiration.

Sports

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Sunday's Glance, Scoreboard

Sunday's Glance, Scoreboard

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Wa-Hi softball on to state for second straight year

The Wa-Hi softball team beats University, 6-4, to earn the regional championship and a trip to the state tournament.

Decatur drops Blue Devils at state baseball tourney

Wa-Hi opens with a 4-2 win over Moses Lake before falling to the Gators in the state quarterfinals.

Business

Summer arrives for downtown Walla Walla clothier

It’s summer at Walla Walla Clothing Co.

Sipid Bites to throw open doors to second location

An eatery that’s been serving through a downtown window will open the door on a secondary location Monday.

MumFoo ticket winner pounces early

It took the first winner of Whitman College’s Gentlemen of the Road Facebook contest just 10 minutes to spot the embedded Mumford & Sons lyrics in a status update.

Editorials

Editorial - Efforts to revitalize M-F will benefit entire Valley

The folks in Milton-Freewater are generating ideas and energy aimed at revitalizing the city only a few miles from Walla Walla across the Oregon border.

Editorial - Marketplace is deciding GMO labels

In recent years, the food and agriculture industries have won political and economic victories by mounting campaigns against ballot initiatives requiring labels on products containing genetically modified organisms, or GMOs.

Editorial: State Senate’s social media policy is lame

Those elected to the state House and Senate like to feel in control, and they are in matters such as approving the state budget and setting state policy.

Letters to the editor

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