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Local election results certified

The November general election is almost history.

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.

Police investigate stabbing of Walla Walla man

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

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.

Tease photo

Lincoln High students channel the Force to hone sewing skills

The Force awakens with every stitch.

Births - 11/24/15

Births - 11/24/15

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.

The RFEG program — 25 years in salmon recovery

For 25 years, a statewide program has quietly been active in salmon recovery in local communities.

Ancestor’s track record the basis for historical exposé

The previous column left off with author Gary Krist researching for a book about the 1910 “Wellington Disaster,” wherein an avalanche in the Cascade Mountains near Wellington, Wash., swept a passenger train off its tracks and into a ravine. One of the victims of the incident was Sarah Jane Covington, the great-great-grandmother of Sheila Hagar.

Trial set for teen charged in Walla Walla drive-by

A Walla Walla teenager accused of shooting at a vehicle in June pleaded innocent Monday afternoon in Superior Court to two felonies.


Downtown businesses hosted myriad costumed trick-or-treaters on Friday.

Brian Senter Memorial

Approximately 700 people attended a public memorial service in the gymnasium at Walla Walla High ...

Furry Fridays for 5/2

Penelope is an 8-year-old Chihuahua mix who is new to the Humane Society. She is friendly and sweet and has experience as both an indoor and outdoor dog.

Furry Fridays for 4/25

Snooki is an 8-year-old calico. She likes gentle strokes and scratches and needs a home where her arthritis can be cared for.

Cowboy poetry in Prescott II

Nevada Slim and Cimmaron Sue sing "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" at the Prescott Library.

Cowboy poetry in Prescott

Poem by Olivia Kiefel, 3, read by her dad at a cowboy poetry event at the Prescott Library.

Furry Fridays for 4/18

Jazz is a 5-year-old Chihuahua mix. He's friendly, smart and and playful.

Furry Fridays for 4/11

Stoffie is a playful, friendly 6-month-old kitty awaiting adoption at the Blue Mountain Humane Society.

March in support of Walla Walla High School bond

Marchers walked from First Congregational Church to Land Title Plaza to show support for a bond measure soon to face Walla Walla School District voters.

Furry Fridays for 4/4

King is a 1-year-old Staffordshire terrier. He appears to be deaf, but has already started learning hand signals. He is very friendly!

Furry Fridays for 3/28/14

Batty Lou is a 6-month-old Chihuahua mix puppy who is waiting for her new home at the Blue Mountain Humane Society. Batty is quiet and sweet and is very enthused about patting and treats.

Furry Fridays for 3/21/14

Stella is a sweet, well-behaved 5-year-old Shih Tzu mix. She's looking for her permanent home and lives at the Blue Mountain Humane Society.