Leaders grapple with loitering riddle at Heritage Square 1 hour, 12 minutes ago
Color Fun Run puts Gran Fondo in black 33 minutes ago
Walla Walla County sheriff candidates spar at forum 2 days, 5 hours ago
Before flu season comes, there is flu vaccine season — at least for people serious about avoiding the illness.
A Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office round-table to discuss community concerns will be held at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in Burbank at the Columbia High School Library, 787 Maple St.
UMATILLA, Ore. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers seeks National Public Lands Day volunteers to help Corps rangers plant trees Saturday at the McNary Wildlife Nature Area.
Friday's prep football scores
SUNNYSIDE — Pomeroy football coach Sanford Bates “saw the lights come on” for his defense in the second half of last Friday’s loss to Liberty Christian.
Walla Walla High School running back Noah Porter rushed for two scores as the Blue Devils picked up their first win of the year, 34-14, over Kennewick on Friday.
A one-night-only popup restaurant will appear at Gesa Power House Theatre early next month to benefit the Shakespeare Walla Walla Internship Program.
WALLA WALLA — Average yields and prices are down this year for Eastern Washington wheat.
A runway show will take over a portion of Main Street next week as the Walla Walla Clothing Co. celebrates designer Eileen Fisher’s 30th year in business.
The National Football League is once again coming under fire for allowing the Washington, D.C., franchise to retain Redskins as its nickname. This time by U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash.
Is Washington state big enough for two publicly funded medical schools?
Tens of thousands of veterans who are beyond retirement age — and have no intention of getting a job — are receiving substantial “unemployability” benefits.
Letters to the editor
Ruralite magazine of September 2014 published by Columbia REA, a local power company, contains the following nonsense statement:
It is painfully apparent there is a fundamental lack of leadership at the Walla Walla County Sheriff’s Office.
In their periodic collective bargaining sessions, our School Board members and the Walla Walla Valley Education Association determine the quality of our schools, the services to be offered for children and the priorities for levies funded by local taxpayers. Typically, the union works to reduce accountability, increase costs and control service levels.
- Great, a nice addition to the fair. 58%
- I didn't go, but I heard the shows were excellent. 8%
- Shows were OK, but not worth the extra money. 16%
- Awful, the shows were a waste of money. 18%
38 total votes