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Gun club seeks sit-down with feds over range plan

The Walla Walla club wants an indoor range on airport grounds regulated by FAA and TSA.

A Walla Walla Gun Club proposal for a new indoor pistol, rimfire and archery range will need to be scoped out by a range of partners before the Port of Walla Walla can move forward, officials said.

Hassler becomes sole owner of accounting firm TKCPA

A nearly 30-year-old Walla Walla accounting firm will soon transition from a partnership to sole ownership.

Minutes - Touchet School Board - 7/24/14

Board members are: Jody Kromm, Claudia Borgens, Darren Goble, Michael McCubbins and Cathy Schaeffer.

Washington coal trains freighted with issues, jobs for state

A report lays out problems, costs and benefits should a coal shipping terminal be built.

SEATTLE — Communities throughout the Puget Sound region would need overpasses and underpasses costing $50 million to $200 million each to prevent traffic from being stopped by a proposed 18 daily coal trains, a government report says.

Homeowner agreements can ban pot

If neighbors can see or smell marijuana, homeowner agreements can regulate the drug as a nuisance.

DENVER (AP) — Pot may be legal in some states — but the neighbors don’t have to like it.

Ideas offered for downtown loitering problems

Business, government and law enforcement discussed concerns about aggressive and inappropriate behavior downtown

WALLA WALLA — Conversations over aggressive and inappropriate behavior in the downtown core continued this morning in a meeting of the business community, local government and law enforcement at Walla Walla Police Department.

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Firefighters keep Milton-Freewater blaze at bay

Milton-Freewater firefighters responded to a field fire threatening several homes Thursday afternoon

The hill behind Yantis Park in Milton-Freewater, and ground part way into the park was scorched Thursday afternoon by a wheat field fire.

Zagat guide offers culinary trek through Walla Walla

The latest guide to eating and drinking around Walla Walla offers something old, something new — something for everybody.

Walla Walla wine stain remover makes Container Store debut

A Walla Walla product know for its stain release power is getting a spot on the shelves of a Dallas retailer famous for organization.

Live music and line dancing on tap at Balboa Winery

The Walla Walla winery, 4169 Peppers Bridge Road, will host a Barn Dance this Saturday with live music, line dancing and country fun.

Pulling in the business

Some entrepreneurs use retrofitted camp trailers as mobile storefronts.

Walla Walla hit by $35 million bug

In 1999 Walla Walla built a $15 million ozone water treatment plant to thwart cryptosporidia ...

Event celebrates Valley syrah

The Wine Alliance's signature event for its own American Viticulture Area brought in experts to ...

Feast Walla Walla has it covered

WALLA WALLA — Thirty-four wineries, two breweries, 13 food vendors and hundreds of patrons took ...

The homeless jigsaw puzzle

Walla Walla has a plethora of social services, but the plight of some homeless people ...

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.