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At a young age, I envisioned myself becoming an actress, doctor, teacher and everything else a small child could think of being, but as I grew up, I realized I would have to overcome many challenges to reach my dream of becoming one of those.
I want to discuss with readers Tuesday’s U-B article regarding Sheriff’s Office employees.
The forces that steer the Walla Walla economy have largely smiled on the Valley’s residents over the past two years.
I spent my childhood believing that education was not an option for me and that sooner or later I would probably be joining my parents and siblings in the hot and arduous work of the fields.
I’m pale, short, blonde, and when I tell someone I just moved to Walla Walla from Southern California some immediately assume I’m from swanky Newport Beach.
I was brought up by two hard working and vigorous Latino migrant parents, Vicente and Maria, who dedicated their lives to providing their children a better future. My dad was always on the job, working in orchards, landscaping, anything and everything that he was given the opportunity to do.
We appreciate the residents who flew out of the Walla Walla Regional Airport in 2013. You are making a difference in keeping commercial air service viable in our market.
I am a son of Mexican immigrants. I share many of the experiences of many of the students I teach at Walla Walla High School. In my immigrant household, education was very much encouraged.
Attending Washington State University has been a dream of mine since I was in the fourth grade.
Karl Pomare is a 21-year old from Austin, Texas. At age 10, unable to afford a fancy radio-controlled car like his friend’s, Karl built his own with Popsicle sticks, scrap wires, electric motors, switches, and a soldering gun