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Editorial: Majority should rule in statewide elections

Does majority rule after the votes are counted in a statewide election?

Etc: AAUW book sale comes to Fourth of July in the Park

There’s nothing like reading in the summer months when taking time off from school and work. Even on staycations readers can travel abroad and have adventures between the covers of a good tome.

Etc: Camp Fire takes up Disney theme

In Camp Fire’s second week of Super Summer! day camp, the group’s outdoor activities focused on a Disney theme. Campers could participate in such activities as dragon-slayer relays, excavate frozen hands with jewels hidden inside and have a fancy party in a fantastic wonderland. See bit.ly/1Rx9MS6 for details.

Service people - 6/30/15

Service people - 6/30/15

Letter - Time to have equal rights for everyone

The civil rights movement has clearly become a fraud, it now has nothing to do with equal rights for all. It is now used to create special interest groups that are protected and allowed to discriminate against others.

Etc: Wa-Hi Latino Club wins acclaim

Walla Walla High School Latino Club students received recognition in late May for exceptional dedication to the community and personal achievements in the past few years, said adviser Bill Erickson in a release.

Column: Granddaughter’s driving ambition brings back memories

Well, dear reader friends, another year in my most pleasant pastime as a retiree volunteer at the school where I was formerly employed as an elementary/junior high music specialist has crested the hill and disappeared into the waning sunset.

Letter - Letters help reader keep up with state of world

Catching up on the news reading the Union-Bulletin letters to the editor, I’m relieved to see the Obama Threat Level has been lowered.

Births - 6/30/15

Births - 6/30/15

Senator: Working together, we have helped our veterans

As we come up on the Fourth of July weekend, and we reflect on what it means to be American, I am honored to join the Walla Walla community for a big step forward in fulfilling the promise we make to those who serve our country.

Independence Day closures list

The Fourth of July holiday is Saturday. The following closures or special hours or days of service will be in effect.

Etc: Theater skits focus on youths' concerns

Working in tandem with state organization Youth N Action, Lincoln and Walla Walla high school students identified and developed forum theater skits based on the concerns of local youths.

AARP Driver Safety course offered in July

AARP Driver Safety is offering its Smart Driver Course at 1 p.m. on July 16 and 17, at Walla Walla General Hospital, 1025 S. Second Ave. Call 509-522-2424 to RSVP.

VA nursing home groundbreaking ceremony set for Wednesday

After years of planning, shovels will hit the ground Wednesday when the Washington state Department of Veterans Affairs hosts a ceremony marking the soon-to-begin construction of its veterans nursing home in Walla Walla.

Etc: Local photographer's work to be shown in Seattle

Images local photographer Donna Lasater submitted to the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle will be open to public viewing from July 10 through late December.

Overeaters Anonymous group to begin meeting

An Overeaters Anonymous support group is starting up Thursday at 7 p.m. at Walla Walla General Hospital, 1025 S. Second Ave.

Connections Counseling adds new counselor, services

Connections Counseling has announced the addition of both a new counselor and new services.

Emergency Services - 6/30/15

Emergency Services - 6/30/15

Minutes - Walla Walla County Commission - 6/29/15

Walla Walla County Commission

Latin Corner tasting room brings Spanish-, Italian-style vino to downtown

A cornerside downtown tasting room has become an intersection for Italian and Spanish wines.

How to Beat the Crowd - Ken Fisher

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