Local

Child categories

Category Path
Building for the future /Local/Building for the future
Burbank /Local/Burbank
Business /Local/Business
City of College Place /Local/City of College Place
City of Walla Walla /Local/City of Walla Walla
Columbia County /Local/Columbia County
Court reports /Local/Court reports
Court reports - Criminal cases /Local/Court reports - Criminal cases
Dixie /Local/Dixie
Education /Local/Education
Elections /Local/Elections
Elections 2012 /Local/Elections 2012
Elections 2013 /Local/Elections 2013
Emergency Services /Local/Emergency Services
Etcetera /Local/Etcetera
Garfield County /Local/Garfield County
INK OUT /Local/INK OUT
In the Minutes /Local/In the Minutes
Marijuana /Local/Marijuana
On the Agenda /Local/On the Agenda
Panorama /Local/Panorama
Police & Fire /Local/Police & Fire
Prescott /Local/Prescott
Press release /Local/Press release
Product Recall /Local/Product Recall
Projects /Local/Projects
Religion /Local/Religion
Road Closures /Local/Road Closures
Senior Menus /Local/Senior Menus
Touchet /Local/Touchet
Umatilla County /Local/Umatilla County
Waitsburg /Local/Waitsburg
Walla Walla County /Local/Walla Walla County

Column: Dance your way to wellness

If you’re like me, the thought of bouncing along on a treadmill or struggling through a set of crunches in a public gym can be anxiety inducing. Even the thought of showing up to a group fitness class like step aerobics or Pilates was once pretty intimidating.

Hitting the road, with summer safety in mind

With the Fourth of July a day away, summer is in full swing here in Eastern Washington. And for lucky Walla Wallans, it’s a time to kick back and enjoy the open road or the friendly skies.

Alzheimer’s class to be given at WWGH

An Alzheimer’s class for family and caregivers of people with dementia, will be held from 1:30-2:30 p.m. starting July 14 at Walla Walla General Hospital, 1025 S. Second Ave.

Walla Walla Water Watcher - 7/3/15

Walla Walla Water Watcher - 7/3/15

Unavailable witnesses force delay of assault, robbery trial

Next week’s trial of a man accused in the beating of an acquaintance in Burbank earlier this year has been postponed in Walla Walla County Superior Court.

American Red Cross schedules July blood drives

The American Red Cross will be conducting the following blood drives in July, as the need for blood increases during the summer months.

Man pleads guilty in two-county pursuit

A man has pleaded guilty in Columbia County Superior Court to leading law enforcement on a high-speed chase from there into Walla Walla County this spring.

Tease photo

'Impossible' accomplished: Ground broken on Walla Walla Veterans Home

This, noted Don Schack, is what “impossible” looks like.

Lecture set on black paratroopers in Washington state during WWII

A lecture on black paratroopers in Washington state during World War II will be presented 7 p.m. Friday at Fort Walla Walla Museum, 755 Myra Road.

Tease photo

Parks to be hoppin’ and boppin’ on the Fourth

A melting pot of music, dance and other activities will dominate Walla Walla’s Pioneer Park on Independence Day this Saturday.

warbirds

The Collings Foundation will fly its B-17, B-24 and P-51 planes into town for a ...

History in stone

Former Walla Walla residents Rella and Jim Gleaton travel around to old cemeteries and record ...

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.