WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court ruled today that states cannot on their own require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system designed to make signing up easier.
PULLMAN — There’s a lot of buzz at Washington State University over work to develop the first sperm bank for honeybees.
The 20th annual Diversity Day Multicultural Arts Festival on Sunday at Pioneer Park featured performances of dancing and music that included American (hip-hop), Celtic, German, Middle Eastern and even a geography bee.
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Fresenius Medical Care North America has awarded its Walla Walla dialysis facility with the Center for Excellence designation.
The Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce is asking golfers to tee up in the name of business.
Walla Walla’s Southgate grocery store is taking customers back in time Thursday.
Graduates and bridal parties have a lot to smile about this time of year. As an added bonus for graduation and wedding season, a couple of local dental firms are offering free polishing as a present.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Internal Revenue Service officials in Washington scrutinized the very first application from a tea party group seeking tax-exempt status — and dozens of others, including some requests that languished for more than a year without action, an IRS official has told congressional investigators.
The Postal Service is losing money. It can’t continue to operate without cuts or more revenue.
Keeping the U.S. Postal Service in a political vise — squeezed between Democrats and Republicans — is ridiculous.
Summer 2013 will be a very busy road and utility construction season in the City of Walla Walla. Multiple federal, state, and local funding sources will be used to construct five separate road improvement projects, two water line replacement projects, two sewer projects and one stormwater project. The city will also increase street maintenance at many locations throughout the city.
Here it is Father’s Day 2013 and the U-B letters page is once again partially consumed by one of our Valley’s most prolific letter writers.
SEATTLE — At first Andy Denzel felt a little thrill of the chase. Like some private eye, he was solving the crime that had been committed against him. All the police would have to do is show up.
OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee’s press secretary characterized the lack of information about a state government shutdown that might happen July 1 like this:
CHICO, Calif. — The Walla Walla Bears won the Chico Father’s Day Classic with a 7-6 victory over the Napa Riverdogs here Sunday.
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Griz finished up their Sweet Onion Invitational tournament with a 17-11 victory over the Caldwell Bobcats Sunday at Borleske Stadium to take fifth at the nine-team tourney.
MEDFORD, Ore. — Walla Walla Sweets starter Matt Hall didn’t allow a hit until the sixth inning on Father’s Day against the Medford Rogues, but the Sweets still found themselves in need of a ninth inning comeback Sunday at Harry and David Field.
OAKLAND, Calif. – Mike Zunino hovered around the third-base bag, waiting to take off for home if the line drive to right field fell in.
SEATTLE — Before Wednesday’s game at Safeco Field, pitcher Danny Farquhar approached Kyle Seager at his locker.
ARDMORE, Pa. — Justin Rose walked the 18th fairway and thought of Ben Hogan, and a chance to emulate one of the most famous shots in golf.