A 17-year-old Walla Walla boy already held on charges of shooting at people in a gang-related attack in May now is believed to have fired shots into a house on Donald Street about two months earlier.
For the past six weeks, Walla Walla’s residents have been jockeying online for their neighborhood to be chosen as the first to receive fiber powered Internet as part of PocketiNet Communications Inc. Gigabit Country program.
A stolen 105-year-old elk statue was located this morning in a field in the area of U.S. Highway 12 and Sudbury Road, just west of Walla Walla.
Firefighters working on the Grizzly Bear Complex Fire could face a new hazard Saturday as shifting, gusty winds blow in from the coast.
The retail outlet's key to success: Building enduring relationships with customers.
Call it the skinny jeans of business strategy. A little scary at first, perhaps. But with time, a perfect fit. If there’s anything Craig Richards and Teresa Ellison have learned from working with fashion, it’s to embrace change. (And how to pair anything — from tunics and tall boots to short jackets and heels — with the aforementioned jeans.)
Quadriplegic outdoorsman Nels Hadden has big plans this year.
Walla Walla’s Nels Hadden, 53, may be quadriplegic — the result of a tragic accident on Interstate 84 more than six years ago — but he never lost his lifelong love of the outdoors.
It was an occasion that begged for cake. But aside from a birthday, it could easily have commemorated the success for local businesses from the biggest music festival in the community’s modern history. The day of the headline performance of the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover by tour creator Mumford & Sons was, as many people who attended now know, the birthday of the band’s bassist.
For the past six weeks, Walla Walla’s residents have been jockeying online for their neighborhood to be chosen as the first to receive fiber powered internet as part of PocketiNet Communications Inc. Gigabit Country program.
Vince Gill was not talking about Southeast Washington when he recorded “Look at Us” in 1991. No, the longstanding country music star was crooning about a married couple having made it through the many hurdles of marriage.
With more gavel work in 90 minutes than he said he’s done in two years, Mayor Jerry Cummins brought Wednesday night’s City Council meeting to a close after members dealt a setback to a plan to build a day shelter for the homeless on Pine Street.
Columbia County’s moratorium on marijuana businesses is burning out. With less than a month until the temporary ban on grow operations and retail marijuana businesses within the county ends, Columbia County commissioners met Monday to discuss pot proceedings, the Waitsburg Times reported.