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Early Learning Action Alliance bestowed a Gold Crayon Award on state Rep. Maureen Walsh, D-16th District, in recognition of her commitment to the first five years in children’s lives.
Former Walla Walla residents Michaella Pugliese Schilling and Austin Schilling, now of Vancouver, Wash., wed on June 28, 2014, at Creekstone Gardens in Walla Walla.
The Children’s Museum of Walla Walla recently received a $7,000 grant from the Blue Mountain Association for the Education of Young Children.
RICHLAND — For the first time since 2009, the Walla Walla High School football team is back in the playoffs.
PALOUSE — Quarterback Hunter Woltering passed for four touchdowns and rushed for three others to lead Garfield-Palouse to a 44-8 victory over Pomeroy in a Southeast 1B League football game here Friday night.
ST. JOHN — Touchet opened its Southeast 1B-8 matchup with St. John-Endicott here Friday night just as hoped.
A trunk show for the feet is coming up Saturday at Walla Walla Clothing Co.
A free meal and a haircut are among the thank-yous that are in the works for veterans from local businesses.
Siblings Allison and Jack Wanichek hope to earn Christmas money for themselves and charity when they open a seasonal gift wrapping business next month.
The Washington state Supreme Court is poised to make a ruling on the limits of free speech on the Internet that could have far reaching implications.
The turmoil at Walla Walla Community College is surprising, perhaps even shocking, given the school has been hailed as the best community college in the nation. Even the school’s president, Steve VanAusdle, was surprised about the depth of the discord.
Government inefficiency — too often supercharged with incompetence — has left the American people with low expectations. We’ve come to expect a slow response and long line when seeking government help or services.
Letters to the editor
The front-page article of Oct. 16 the regarding the letter of statement of Chief Scott Bieber and the follow up Our Opinion editorial is very troubling. If Chief Bieber wants to say that Sheriff John Turner is qualified and has done a good job as sheriff but does not feel it appropriate to endorse any candidate, it is his right to do so.
As I watch this campaign for Walla Walla County sheriff unfold, a major concern becomes more apparent, not only for myself but for many of us.
Today I observed apathy in action big time. I am a big advocate of voting (my right as an American citizen). People do not realize what a privilege it is to vote. So many have sacrificed their lives so I may vote.