Tom Watson has kept a crumbling leather wallet tucked away in his office for almost three years.
CHURCH BULLETIN University Church to present WWU symphony in concert COLLEGE PLACE — Walla Walla University Church, 212 S.W. Fourth St., will present the Walla Walla University Symphony Orchestra in concert from 7:30-9 p.m. Saturday. The orchestra will be directed by Brandon Beck. There is no charge for admission. For more information, call 527-2563.
WALLA WALLA — A driver who crashed into a moving vehicle while leading police on a high-speed chase in the city early last year pleaded guilty Thursday to two felony charges.
Information is compiled by the Union-Bulletin staff from the official logs and records of area law enforcement and emergency service agencies.
WALLA WALLA — Road intersections, river crossings and alkali bees.
School Board members are Jody Kromm, Cathy Schaeffer, Mandy Thompson, Michael McCubbins and Darren Goble, all present Thursday.
Weston City Council members are Bill Boyd, Lyn Delph, Julie Schuld and Jennifer Spurgeon. With all present Thursday, the board:
Exchange Club of Walla Walla honored four students with Accepting the Challenge of Excellence awards. Winner, Vanessa Flores, of Prescott High School, received a $500 scholarship and plaque.
DAYTON — Dayton’s Farmers Market is set to open for the season on Saturday.
A box on wheels was not what Andrae Bopp had in mind when the French Culinary Institute-trained chef moved to Walla Walla with designs on opening a restaurant five years ago.
WALLA WALLA — A man has been convicted of possessing dozens of items of stolen property in December, as well as committing various drug offenses.
WALLA WALLA — A man was formally charged Thursday with threatening to kill local officials this week.
DAYTON — Options for restrictions in the Tucannon River steelhead fishing season will be the subject of a meeting Wednesday.
Members are concerned the expense is not within the scope of a bond voters approved.
WALLA WALLA — The City Council, cautious about not breaking a promise to return excess voter approved funds to the public, tabled a proposed $66,000 electrical upgrade to City Hall because the funding source was from leftover police bond.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla City Church of Seventh-day Adventists is collecting items to benefit tornado victims in Moore, Okla., according to Pastor Mark Etchell in a release.
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