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Cycle safety group maps road ahead

Walla Walla surgeon Dr. Fred Field said he hangs onto hope provided by late anthropologist Margaret Mead:

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Women’s store restores strength, femininity

It had been six months since the mastectomy when the woman came to Darcey Benzel’s M-Powered for help.


Poynor looks like answer to Mac-Hi’s hoop woes

Mac-Hi hasn’t had a winning record in boys basketball since the 2003-04 season when Chris Meyers guided the Pioneers to a 15-7 record in the last of his four years as head coach.

WWCC women rally past Columbia Basin, 68-60

Walla Walla erases a 15-point second-half deficit to claim the East Region championship.

Warrior men wrap up season with 101-98 loss

Walla Walla rallies to take a 87-86 lead in the second half, but can’t hold on against Columbia Basin.


Home lender to celebrate new location

LoanStar Home Lending celebrates its new location with an open house and ribbon cutting next week.

YMCA lays groundwork for annual Corporate Cup

From the board room to the sport court. It’s Corporate Cup time.

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Editorial - Establishing wine wastewater permitting process off to strong start

The fact state Department of Ecology officials are working with folks in the wine industry to create a permitting system for winemaking wastewater is a positive sign.

Editorial: Uptick in revenue should cover state expenses

The latest state revenue forecast out of Olympia is a rosy one, with an anticipated $37 billion expected to be collected over the next two years. That is $3 billion more than the 2013-2015 budget.

Editorial: Bike safety in Walla Walla can be improved

Area educators, health care providers, bike shop owners, public safety and law enforcement officials are getting together today to focus on improving bicycle safety in the Walla Walla Valley.

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