Athena hands law enforcement to sheriff’s office 21 hours ago
Large format photographer speaks at Fort Walla Walla 1 day, 1 hour ago
Another year is almost gone so it is time for readers to rank the Top 10 stories of the year. This is the 22nd year we have had readers decide on the most important stories.
The Walla Walla Community College women’s basketball team opened the season at the Yakima Invitational, beating Chemeketa, 71-50, Friday before losing to Centralia, 68-52, Saturday.
The Walla Walla Community College men’s basketball team handled its alumni, 114-90, on Saturday. The Warriors fell to the Gonzaga club team, 82-76, on Friday.
Jaydon Mickens caught a 54-yard touchdown on Washington's first drive and added a 36-yard TD run in the fourth quarter, Dwayne Washington ran for a 68-yard touchdown and the Huskies became bowl eligible with a 37-13 win over Oregon State on Saturday night.
More than two dozen vendors are lined up for a holiday event planned for early next month.
It’s not every day somebody throws a big party for a fancy wheel of delicious cheese, but in these parts, we can at least say it happens once a year.
A pair of Walla Walla natives will soon become the newest winery in the Port of Walla Walla’s incubator project.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson abused his 4-year-old son when he repeatedly beat the child with a small tree branch, leaving him bloodied and bruised. That behavior is abhorrent and should not be tolerated in society.
Local government is pretty much the same everywhere. Water, sewer, public safety and roads are the major concerns.
The success of the annual United Way of Walla Walla County campaign is critical to this community. The money raised supports services used by 30,000 in this county every year.
Letters to the editor
I noticed a while back the issue of global warming was conveniently changed to the issue of climate change. Now it doesn’t matter which way the wind blows.
I find the reporting related to alleged crimes sometimes confusing.
Today as I was paying my bills, a couple of places in Walla Walla were lacking in removing the snow and ice in front of their locations.
- Yes, and it should be done through donations and volunteers. 47%
- Yes, and it should be managed by the city or county governments. 3%
- Yes, and it should be a public-private partnership (volunteers and government). 47%
- No. 3%
36 total votes