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.
What’s a key element that makes a society prosperous? The answer is to put people to work producing something. And that should be a primary goal of the Federal Reserve and politicians.
In response to Marjorie Grindsley’s letter of Feb. 25 about the Foxhole Surgeon I would like to expand on it.
I’m responding Don Jackson’s letter, “Reintroducing wolves ...,” that replies to my letter applauding the Oregon wolf plan.
OLYMPIA — I’m a stickler for decorum and consistency, even when it comes to such details as logos.
If you’re of a certain age, you can’t hear the name “Patty Duke” without thinking of the eponymous TV show on which she starred for just a few years — but which has followed her all her life.
Parents who hurt their children aren’t all monsters. I know. I was one of them.
Former Judge John Junke is my friend; and my new brother in Christ. I first got to know John in 1995 when I started singing with the Walla Walla Choral Society in which John was already a member.
In light of the Walla Walla City Council’s recent move to shut down the Aviary, I find the timing of the push for donations for the fountains for youth project interesting.
All children deserve a strong start in life. From the White House to New York City to Olympia, public officials are building resolve to act on something that parents and teachers have long known: High-quality early childhood experiences lay a solid foundation for the future.
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