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Local election results certified

The November general election is almost history.

Campground wins national KOA award

The Starbuck/Lyons Ferry Marina KOA campground was recognized with the 2016 President’s Award from Kampgrounds of America last week.

Tour company plans holiday light tours

Tour company Dream Ride Charters is warming up for holiday light tours.

Walla Walla County commission OKs planning amendments

County commissioners have approved several amendments to the Walla Walla County Comprehensive Plan.

Walla Walla teen injured in icy road rollover

A Walla Walla teen was injured early this morning when the car she was driving rolled in icy conditions, Washington State Patrol said.

Downtown toy store expands hours

Walla Walla’s independent toy store is going into holiday mode.

County unemployment rate hits ‘terrific’ seven year low

For the second month in a row Walla Walla County posted its lowest unemployment rate in seven years. This time it was also among the lowest in the state.

Police investigate stabbing of Walla Walla man

Police are investigating the Thursday evening stabbing of a Walla Walla man, officials said this morning.

Christmas comes to life Friday in Dayton with kickoff

DAYTON — The charm and wonder of an old-fashion Christmas will be on full display Friday and Saturday during the annual Christmas Kickoff in downtown Dayton.

Trial date reset in 2013 gang shooting

A new trial date has been set for a suspect in a 2013 shooting in Walla Walla that injured two gang affiliates.

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Lincoln High students channel the Force to hone sewing skills

The Force awakens with every stitch.

Etc: Winners named in annual wool contest

Washington State Sheep Producers and the Washington Wool Growers Auxiliary completed their annual convention here in Walla Walla by viewing the state finals of their Make It With Wool contest.

Births - 11/24/15

Births - 11/24/15

City honors Walla Walla teacher with civic award

The city of Walla Walla proclaimed Nov. 9 David Parodi Day and honored its namesake with a recent civic award.

November’s musical paradox resonates with our humanity

November’s pack is well-traveled and battle worn. Its philosophy has experience and wisdom, and carries recollections of both pain and ecstasy. It is broken into segments, sections and variations, into stillness and sound, quiet and acoustic dynamics.