1921 - 2013
Roger L. Davis, 91, died May 20, 2013,
I honestly never saw this coming. While I often publicly have fun at my own expense, it’s typically of my own choosing. And this was not my choice, by any means.
The manager of Harvest Foods’ deli preaches respect and a strong work ethic.
Salads, picnic food or hot soup in the cold winter — certain foods just make you happy. The deli at Walla Walla’s Harvest Foods can supply you with mood-lightening fare for all occasions.
Although initially mentioned in an off-hand manner, 10-year-old Olivier Nicault took his jesting grandparents’ invitation to finish his fifth-grade school year with them quite seriously.
WASHINGTON — Foreigners leaving the country through any of the nation’s 30 busiest airports would undergo mandatory fingerprinting under an amendment senators added today to a sweeping immigration bill.
ISLAMABAD — Pakistan’s presumptive prime minister called for peace talks with Taliban militants at war with the government today, potentially charting a course that could put him at odds with the country’s powerful army.
BOSTON (AP) — With a bullet still in his body, the police officer who survived a showdown with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects said Sunday he’s determined to return to duty.
Wow, “Anodyne” sure took me by surprise. In fact, surprise is the word that I keep coming back to when I think about “Anodyne.”
Think spring sunshine has finally taken hold in the Northwest? Think again. A deep, cold and unseasonably potent low-pressure system is forecast to drop south and east from northern British Columbia and position itself off the coast of northwestern Washington this week.
O’BRIEN, Ore. — Jennifer Phillippi’s grandparents started producing lumber in this corner of Oregon timber country in 1922, when a man could set up a mill, log the trees within range of a team of horses and move the mill to a new stand when those trees ran out.
Brittany Lofton spots them all the time: teens and college students clutching their beat-up cellphones, with screens so cracked that spider-web-like patterns creep across the glass.
I was a reporter in D.C. when Bill Clinton was president, and six months or so into his second term The Washington Post ran a huge drawing of the Abraham Lincoln statue looking lazily around the capital and yawning.
What in the world does the Union Bulletin have against Sheriff John Turner?
Many years ago I recall a Pomeroy Alumni banquet speaker from Sweden saying, “The United States will never be defeated because every guy who is a guy has a gun.”
Alas, the scumbag terrorists assault us continually, and we refuse to consider honestly any means of combating their atrocities.
The stretch of two-lane road between Lowden and Wallula Junction is dangerous enough that lawmakers targeted it for major improvements.
Information is compiled by the Union-Bulletin staff from the official logs and records of area law enforcement and emergency service agencies.
KENNEWICK — Three men have been arrested in connection with a stabbing incident early Saturday in Kennewick that sent two Walla Walla teens to the hospital.
From now through June 7, Tabitha’s Closet is holding a formal clothing donation drive at Walla Walla High School.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Yahoo is buying online blogging forum Tumblr for $1.1 billion as CEO Marissa Mayer tries to rejuvenate an Internet icon that had fallen behind the times.