It was almost 30 years ago, in May 1983, when my wife and I arrived at the Monument Valley Adventist Hospital, which served the sprawling Navajo Indian reservation.
I go to Pioneer Middle School and I am in the eighth grade. I have seven sisters, one brother, a half-brother and half-sister, and one stepsister.
To be honest, the first time I took part in a march was two weeks ago in Walla Walla. It was part of many rallies and marches in the United States and elsewhere to demand action on climate change as the UN prepared for its Climate Summit.
Deborah Silva can’t help but marvel at her own college journey.
Today is a special moment for Jewish people. Today we emerge from the intense period of introspection that lasted 10 days from Rosh Hashanah (the New Year) to Saturday’s Yom Kippur (the Day of Repentance), and we now move into a week focusing on the complex impermanence of our existence. We do this through our celebration of the holiday of Sukkot.
The lemonade stand. Many successful entrepreneurs remember starting their career with paper cups, a rickety table and a pitcher of a summer cooler.
Members of Congress are home now, campaigning for the upcoming elections. Their messages are all over the map, and for a good reason: they have very little to brag about.
The Teague Motor Company has approached the Port of Walla Walla concerning its interest in selling its downtown Walla Walla real estate holdings to the Port.
We call it a book, but in reality it is not a book; it is a collection of 66 books and letters under one cover. The book is the Holy Bible. It has been cussed and discussed down through the centuries, and even today. It has been condemned, burned and has been forbidden to be read — even under penalty of death.
In the past few weeks I’ve been asked several questions about the northern lights, also called the aurora borealis. In this month’s column I will answer some of these questions and introduce you to this mysterious and unpredictable display of light in the night sky.
It’s not just the weather change; be happy with the coming of autumn also for the return of the concert season. Whitman College, Walla Walla University and the Walla Walla Symphony all have offerings for us.
We like to think we are in control of our lives, but reality keeps reminding us otherwise.
My son, age 8, is very overweight. We’ve talked about how he has to start eating less and get more exercise. But he doesn’t want to play sports because the other kids make fun of his weight. And even though I’m trying to change his diet — by making him eat more vegetables and taking away his dessert privileges — his weight isn’t changing. Just the other day I found a bunch of candy wrappers in his room. What can I do?
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.
DAYTON — From the Old West to the Far East, world traveler Craig Whitcomb captures it all in watercolor, pastel, graphite, acrylic and color pencil. And one who is not stuck to any one subject, Whitcomb, who has settled in Lewiston, Idaho, doesn’t limit himself in the medium used as well.
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