St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, where I serve as rector, this year is celebrating the 150th anniversary of its founding.
Equal education is a human right.
This is a letter of recommendation for Jim Duncan for county commissioner.
The Union-Bulletin reported on July 22 that Washington state failed to receive a waiver from the strictures of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2002.
I received several speeding tickets as a teenager. I deserved all but one. When I tried to fight that one, the officer took the stand and read his story.
The Wisconsin Republican is pushing a plan that lets states decide where social service funds are allocated.
Given the financial mess the leaders of the federal government have created with poor spending decisions — much of it on well-intended social programs — U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan might have hit on a winner with his plan to fight poverty.
Months before Gilead Sciences’ breakthrough hepatitis C treatment hit the market, Oregon Medicaid official Tom Burns started worrying about how the state could afford to cover every enrollee infected with the disease. He figured the cost might even reach $36,000 per patient.
The Walla Walla club wants an indoor range on airport grounds regulated by FAA and TSA.
A Walla Walla Gun Club proposal for a new indoor pistol, rimfire and archery range will need to be scoped out by a range of partners before the Port of Walla Walla can move forward, officials said.
For Patricia Ann “Pat” Nelson Riggs, members of her Abbott clan are on her mind, particularly Ernest Anderson Abbott, born Nov. 25, 1941, and wife Sharon Tireman Abbott, born in about 1947.
BOSTON — Rising temperatures caused by climate change increase the odds that wheat and corn yields will slow.
VANCOUVER, Wash. — Citing threats from union pickets, state grain inspectors are refusing to enter United Grain Corp.’s export facility at the Port of Vancouver.
WASHINGTON — Orders for U.S. business equipment rose in June following a revised drop the prior month, indicating corporate investment remains stop-and-go and could hold back economic growth.
A nearly 30-year-old Walla Walla accounting firm will soon transition from a partnership to sole ownership.
SALEM (AP) — Oregon is taking steps to ban smoking on all 362 miles of beaches along the Pacific coast.
If you missed the supermoon on July 12, you’ll get second and third chances to see one on Aug. 10 and Sept. 9.
Facts and tips on water usage and conservation are presented weekly by the city of Walla Walla, in partnership with Walla Walla Community College and the Union-Bulletin.
Board members are: Jody Kromm, Claudia Borgens, Darren Goble, Michael McCubbins and Cathy Schaeffer.
A report lays out problems, costs and benefits should a coal shipping terminal be built.
SEATTLE — Communities throughout the Puget Sound region would need overpasses and underpasses costing $50 million to $200 million each to prevent traffic from being stopped by a proposed 18 daily coal trains, a government report says.
If neighbors can see or smell marijuana, homeowner agreements can regulate the drug as a nuisance.
DENVER (AP) — Pot may be legal in some states — but the neighbors don’t have to like it.
Business, government and law enforcement discussed concerns about aggressive and inappropriate behavior downtown
WALLA WALLA — Conversations over aggressive and inappropriate behavior in the downtown core continued this morning in a meeting of the business community, local government and law enforcement at Walla Walla Police Department.