You don’t have to strain your ears to hear the steady drumbeat of politicians and policy advocates wailing about Gov. Jay Inslee’s imminent low-carbon emissions proposal.
I noticed a while back the issue of global warming was conveniently changed to the issue of climate change. Now it doesn’t matter which way the wind blows.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson abused his 4-year-old son when he repeatedly beat the child with a small tree branch, leaving him bloodied and bruised. That behavior is abhorrent and should not be tolerated in society.
A major problem for special education is the term “special education.”
Local government is pretty much the same everywhere. Water, sewer, public safety and roads are the major concerns.
I find the reporting related to alleged crimes sometimes confusing.
Today as I was paying my bills, a couple of places in Walla Walla were lacking in removing the snow and ice in front of their locations.
In response to The Washington Post editorial that appeared in the Union-Bulletin on Nov. 16:
The success of the annual United Way of Walla Walla County campaign is critical to this community. The money raised supports services used by 30,000 in this county every year.
I have become increasingly concerned about the increase in restaurant food prices and the decrease in quality — whether it is soggy fried mushrooms or lo mein, which is nothing but dry noodles and celery.
Two items lie on my desk. One is a July 24. 2010, Seattle Times column by Danny Westneat about Clint Didier, an ex-NFL star who ran for Congress this fall in Washington’s 4th District, winning 61 percent of Walla Walla County’s vote.
I’m a resident of Southeast Valley Drive in College Place and employ Basin Disposal for our trash collection, which is Wednesday of every week.
The First Congregational Church of Walla Walla came to the rescue. The church on Palouse Street opened its doors to be the city’s warming center for those who had no place to seek protection from the weekend’s frigid — and dangerous — temperatures.
This fall’s $28 million election battle over partisan control in Olympia ended with what Gov. Jay Inslee called a “status quo” final score.
President Obama is seeking to protect “net neutrality” with his proposal to regulate Internet service providers in the same way the emerging telephone industry was regulated in 1913.
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