DeSales’ Scott Kimball and Emily Baumgart both shoot 80s to claim medalist honors.
Three walks and two hit batters help East Valley plate four runs in the 8-7 win.
DeSales grad T.J. Conley was signed Wednesday to backup Cincinnati Bengals starting punter Kevin Huber.
Brad Miller’s error, and Fernando Rodney’s wildness help Rangers score twice for a 3-2 victory.
Seattle agrees to a one-year deal with Rice on Wednesday after releasing him six weeks ago.
Will Barton scores a career-high 23 points in the final game of the regular season
Kevin Durant scored 42 points, including 21 in the fourth quarter, and the Thunder secured the No. 2 playoff seed in the Western Conference by rallying from 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Detroit Pistons 112-111 Wednesday night in Oklahoma City.
Bucks owner Herb Kohl reached a deal to sell the franchise to New York investment firm executives Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens for about $550 million.
The New York Jets and former Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson agreed to terms on a deal.
George Springer got his first game with the Houston Astros out of the way and now he’s hoping things will calm down and he can just play ball.
1921 - 2014
Rose Emma Purcell, 92, died April 16, 2014,
Baseball is a game built on traditions and an unwritten code of conduct.
“I have a curiosity about the past. Besides their names, what we are interested in is finding out more about our ancestors and relatives. It’s about fleshing out your genealogy and finding out the stories of your own people,” said Rick Benn, an organizer for the Walla Walla FamilySearch Center’s second free annual family history seminar A Knitting Together of Generations.
The Walla Walla Rural Library District is hiring a supervisor for its Prescott Branch.
Blaise Pascal was a mathematician, physicist, religious philosopher and master of French prose. The Encylopedia Britannica mentions his “wager,” which in essence indicated if God did not exist the skeptic lost nothing by not believing in Him.
OLYMPIA — The most important thing about Senate Bill 5064 isn’t that it passed the Washington Legislature, but that it passed with large, bipartisan majorities.
I attended a Walla Walla City Council meeting a few weeks ago on the subject of Backflow Assembly Testing. The Council’s discussion was about compliance, which is down to under 70 percent from over 80 percent two years ago (a number the city had committed to the state).
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So now we’re starting to hear from the whining property owners having to pay for all the children’s educations, even when they themselves don’t have any!
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