Carnegie Picture Lab is on the lookout for volunteers to work with area students.
“Believe” is a party with an important purpose, according to a release. It supports the mission of the YWCA, which historically speaks out and takes action on behalf of women and children. Anne-Marie Zell Schwerin, the Y’s executive director, added that “This party is a chance to celebrate that legacy and open our hearts to a cause we believe in.”
Walla Walla School Board
Columbia County Commission
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla County could have regulations for recreational marijuana operations — or a continued ban — following a public hearing Tuesday morning before county commissioners.
Emergency Services - 9/1/14
Walla Walla County Superior Court
West Poplar Street from South Third to South Second avenues will be closed for emergency water line repairs from 7 p.m. Tuesday through 10 a.m. Wednesday. Emergency vehicles will not have access.
WALLA WALLA — A local casualty from the Vietnam War has been symbolically brought home.
WALLA WALLA — Dr. Jonathan Hibbs has no doubts speaking out against the Department of Veterans Affairs is risky, despite that he resigned last month after eight years of treating veterans in Walla Walla and Yakima.
WALLA WALLA — This summer Dr. Carolyn Clancy, interim undersecretary for health for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, sent a message to all hands systemwide.
WALLA WALLA — Apart from hardships veterans have in obtaining medical services, the Yakima Community Bases Outpatient Clinic also doesn’t get the staff it needs, according to Dr. Jonathan Hibbs.
As states liberalize their marijuana laws, public officials and safety advocates worry that more drivers high on pot will lead to a big increase in traffic deaths. Researchers who have studied the issue, though, are divided on the question.
The legalization of recreational marijuana in two states — Colorado and Washington — and medical marijuana in more than 20 others has raised concern that there will be more drivers stoned behind the wheel. What’s not clear is whether that will translate into an increase in fatal crashes.
Two doctors who quit Walla Walla VA’s operational area tell of a dysfunctional agency more interested in policy than people.