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Emergency Services - 4/15/14

Emergency Services - 4/15/14

Minutes - Dayton City Council - 4/14/14

Dayton City Council

Key Technology announces promotion

Key Technology has announced the appointment of a new process systems product manager.

College Place man pleads guilty in eluding case

WALLA WALLA — An area man faces about two years in prison after admitting he led law enforcement on a vehicle chase south of Walla Walla in September.

Contaminated wells could force Milton-Freewater annexations

MILTON-FREEWATER — State officials are moving forward with proceedings that could one day force city officials to annex a mile-long section north of town to provide safe water to residents with wells contaminated with harmful bacteria.

Senator to tour Railex wine center

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray will tour Railex’s $20 million state-of-the-art Wine Services Distribution Center today.

Coffee Perk rolls out new menu

Walla Walla coffee joint and café Coffee Perk has unveiled a brand new menu.

Walla Walla man pleads guilty to riot in Eastgate attack case

WALLA WALLA — A local man entered a guilty plea Monday afternoon in Superior Court in connection with an attack on two men outside an Eastgate restaurant last May.

Man pleads guilty in burglary, attack cases

WALLA WALLA — An area man has pleaded guilty in two criminal cases filed against him in Walla Walla County Superior Court.

Man pleads innocent in Walla Walla rape case

WALLA WALLA — A man pleaded innocent Monday afternoon in Superior Court to raping an 18-year-old female acquaintance in November 2012.

Incumbents make clean sweep in Waitsburg

All incumbent Waitsburg Council Members were re-elected in the city’s annual election held Monday, April 8.

Dayton’s Chamber hires new director

DAYTON — The Dayton Chamber of Commerce has selected a former broadcaster-turned marketing and communications professional as its new director.

Flags lowered to half-staff in mourning of mudslide victims

WALLA WALLA — Flags at Walla Walla, College Place and Walla Walla County buildings will be at half-staff this afternoon in memory of the victims of the Oso-area mudslide on March 22.

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One-man band bops back to town to stay in tune with beginnings as a busker

WALLA WALLA — Engineer and busker Nick Moyer had a homecoming of sorts over the weekend, both for his music and alma mater.

Autism 101 session on offer at restaurant

Kathleen Gilmore will offer a free Autism 101 seminar from 6-7:30 p.m. April 23 at Jacobi’s Café, 416 N. Second Ave. The event is sponsored by the Eastern Washington Autism Spectrum Disorder Association for autism awareness month in April.