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Under the plan, vehicle owners now have the option of receiving renewal notices by e-mail.
The state Department of Licensing has embarked on an e-plan it's pitching as a way to protect the environment and save taxpayers money.We, of course, like the idea of protecting the environment while saving money.But we -- like this community -- are a bit
Woe is me seems to be the normal way of thinking these days. People make decisions and those decisions end up being the wrong ones, so it seems to be easy to blame someone else for the bad calls we make in life.
In writing to encourage support for Valley Transit, I am joined by my fellow college presidents -- John McVay of Walla Walla University and Steve VanAusdle of Walla Walla Community College.
The Milton-Freewater Chamber of Commerce reports that a little piece of Milton history is for sale on eBay for a starting bid of 49.99 pounds, or $81 U.S. with $23 shipping.
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Rain hangs in droplets on branches while the glow of defocused headlights from passing cars appear like twin suns rising into Tuesday afternoon's gray drizzle. With the amount of west-side like precipitation and overcast days that have become the norm, tw
FEMA's maps spell trouble for city residents seeking flood insurance.
MILTON-FREEWATER -- New federal flood maps aren't riding a wave a popularity here.Produced for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the maps are part of a $200 million-per-year effort to update and digitize the nation's flood plain maps. But county an
Washington State Penitentiary officials today are investigating a prison fight which broke out Tuesday evening involving about 50 inmates.The disturbance occurred about 7 p.m. in one of the four close-custody units in the penitentiary's West Complex, said
A herd of elk at the Oak Creek feeding station west of Yakima appear philosophical, whimsical, mischievous and just down-right hungry during a recent visit.
OAK CREEK, Wash. — Many of the elk awaiting lunch reclined on the ground and dozed in the mid-morning sunshine.A few picked at the remnants of hay left from past meals at the Oak Creek feeding station, 20 miles from Yakima.I aimed the 500-millimeter lens
DAYTON — Dayton rolled to a 16-8 first-quarter lead, fought of a second-quarter surge by the Wa-Hi junior varsity and held on for a 48-40 non-conference girls basketball victory here Tuesday.
LA GRANDE — Mac-Hi's girls struggled at the free-throw line, going 8-for-22, in a 43-42 Greater Oregon League basketball loss to La Grande here Tuesday.The loss leaves the Pioneers with 1-3 league record and a 7-12 record overall.Mac-Hi's Andrea Roeder le
WALLA WALLA — DeSales came back from a four-point, first-quarter deficit to tie the game at 29-29 by halftime.Tri-Cities Prep then capitalized on a 31-22 edge in the second half for a 60-51 Southeast B South Division boys basketball victory over the Irish
LA GRANDE — La Grande outscored Mac-Hi's boys 22-4 in the first quarter and never were tested in a 73-37 Greater Oregon League victory Tuesday night.'They just jumped all over us and we never recovered,” Pioneers coach Nick Ellis said. 'They played extrem
IMBLER — Imbler jumped out to a 21-3 lead on its way to a 66-22 boys basketball victory over Helix here Tuesday.
IMBLER — A short-handed Helix squad played unbeaten Imbler tough until halfway through the fourth quarter here Tuesday night.Then the Panthers pulled away for a 50-36 non-league girls basketball victory and extended their record to 17-0 on the season.
Free throws — both made and missed — play a big role in the SE B Southern Division matchup Tuesday.
WAITSBURG — In an action-packed 32 minutes of roundball that featured outstanding guard play, fast-paced transition buckets, steals, loose-ball dive-for-the-floor scrums, and a last second swipe ala Dennis Johnson and the Boston Celtics, it was the basket
RICHLAND — Liberty Christian defeated Walla Walla Valley Academy, 50-32, in a Southeast B South Division girls basketball game here on Tuesday.
WALLA WALLA — DeSales coach Tim Duncan cut his squad a little slack for its lackluster start against Tri-Cities Prep at the Irish gym Tuesday night.'We came out a little flat after the weekend,” Duncan said. 'We won two big games (54-52 over Waitsburg-Pre
The smaller Indians just can't match the taller W-P squad in the 58-32 defeat in Waitsburg Tuesday night.
WAITSBURG — What happens when you make a team with two players 6-feet tall or taller play a team with eight players 6-feet tall or taller? A 26-point blowout.The diminutive Touchet Indians had trouble all night long getting good looks against the trees fr