Four people were injured in a two-car accident at 6:40 a.m. Sunday on U.S. Highway 12 at Larrabee Road, one mile east of Touchet.
1946 - 2014
Robert C. Henzel, 67, died March 7, 2014,
Here is a roll call for the past week in the Washington Legislature.
It looks to me like more smoke and mirrors from the Walla Walla School Board.
The March 2 Union-Bulletin editorial stated, “White House plan to ban soda ads misguided.” You refer to the White House and Department of Agriculture’s efforts to ban advertising in schools for sugary drinks like Pepsi and other sugar-laden foods.
The U.S. Senate rejected President Obama’s choice as the government chief civil rights attorney because he defended a cop killer in court.
Three bills were introduced this legislative session to improve transparency: HB 2369 and SB 6560 — increasing legislative transparency by providing mandatory notice and waiting periods before legislative action, banning title-only bills, and opening all legislative committees to the public and SB 6561 — Requiring notice of legislative committee hearings. None made it out of committee.
After reading about the state of Washington legislating legal use of recreational marijuana and our City Council agreeing to allow the sale of it, I feel compelled to express my concerns in the matter.
That Arizona sure is backward. Nothing like that anti-gay-rights stuff down there is going to happen here in our enlightened state.
Union-Bulletin readers must be weary of the evolution vs. creationism debate continued by yet another letter promoting creationism by Donald Casebolt. Those who support science and the massive scientific evidence supporting evolution have remained silent, so once again I’ll take up the cudgel for evolution.
In his column on March 2, Dr. Larry Mulkerin wrote, “I accept the consensus opinion that climate change is a probable threat to the planet and future generations.”
At first we came here as settlers, perhaps homesteaders, living alone or as a family well apart from others.
On Feb. 21 the Walla Walla High School ASB leadership class put on its third annual Winter Wish Week Assembly, where it showcases some of the bigger wishes granted during Winter Wish Week.
1947 - 2014
Gunnar R. (Rusty) Holmquist of Santee, Calif., passed away on March 3, 2014
1967 - 2014
Gregory Scott Austin succumbed to cancer in Arlington, Wash.,
1942 - 2014
Ned Shafer, 71, of Walla Walla passed over on Feb. 26, 2014,
1936 - 2014
Mary Elizabeth Houser Caditz, a loving, beloved and spirited woman, known for her best-selling cookbook,
The Missionaries withstand a second-half spurt by Whitworth to take a 73-67 win in Division III tourney.
The Wildcats led from the get go, fought off a late Pirate charge that cut the lead to two and pulled away for a 59-46 win and their first 1B state title.
C.J. Wilox scores a game-high 24 points on Senior Day to lift UW past the Trojans.