Commissioners are Robert Johnson, Dean Burton and Wynne McCabe. With all present Monday, the board:
When: Wednesday, 7 p.m. Where: Preston Hall Board Room, 605 Main St., Waitsburg
When: Wednesday, 10 a.m. Where: Columbia County Courthouse, 341 E. Main St., Dayton
MILTON-FREEWATER — Due to a reduction in crashes and fatalities along OR Highway 11 the designated Traffic Safety Corridor through Milton-Freewater will be decommissioned on June 5.
WALLA WALLA — A regional winemaker and industry consultant, who is also an expert on soil and geology, has been named the new director of Enology and Viticulture at Walla Walla Community College.
WALLA WALLA — City Council Member Shane Laib will not run for re-election but will remain in politics, he announced this morning.
Information is compiled by the Union-Bulletin staff from the official logs and records of area law enforcement and emergency service agencies.
WALLA WALLA — Starting Tuesday, Walla Walla County drivers should expect delays due to chip sealing projects on county roads.
WALLA WALLA – The 27-year-old man who was stabbed last week during an altercation near Stateline Road in Milton-Freewater was arrested Saturday after his release from Providence St. Mary Medical Center.
WALLA WALLA — Police arrested Justin J. Stokes on investigation of felony malicious mischief after the 38-year-old man reportedly urinated on books at the Walla Walla Public Library on Thursday,
WALLA WALLA — Council member Shane Laib issued a statement today indicating he won't seek re-election to his Walla Walla City Council position (No. 2) this year. His email included the following statement: "I have mostly enjoyed the time that I have served on the council and am proud of the accomplishments that have been made. I have enjoyed serving the citizens of the Walla Walla community."
When: Tuesday, 7 p.m. Where: McLoughlin High School music room, 120 S. Main St.
Athena City Council members are Deborah Hayward, LaVerne Mitchell, Chet Sater, Rebecca Schroeder and Carol Speed. With all present Thursday, the board:
Bagpipes and haggis and kilts, oh my. Shortbread munching, dancers flinging, pipers skirling, tartan wearing and caber tossing all come to mind for this lassie/columnist, a member of the Lindsay Clan.
A Wa-Hi presentation on risks the local pollinators face is generating buzz about widening Highway 12.
WALLA WALLA — The setting is a community meeting. Officials from the Department of Transportation and farmers share different views on a proposed highway expansion. A newscaster offers an introduction and commentary, and a moderator guides the discussion.
- Rose Street decision should be about ‘community’ 12 comments
- State inquiry into Sheriff’s Office determines no wrongdoing 6 comments
- Sen. Hewitt praised for standing his ground 13 comments
- Environmentalist should not have been missed 26 comments
- Lack of city pool may sink swim classes in Walla Walla 3 comments
- Walla Walla Council votes to keep Rose Street at four lanes 14 comments
- Scenes from the Stampede
- Mandala construction
- Cowboy poetry
- Tour of Walla Walla 2013
- Tour of Walla Walla
- City paints over giant purple octopus
- Falcons Called to Pester Starlings
- Last pep rally for Don Hodgson
- Chef in the School brings Asian fare to Prospect Point Elementary
- Whitman men pound Linfield, 102-53