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M-F man accused of stabbing ex-girlfriend

A Milton-Freewater man is in custody in connection with the stabbing of his former girlfriend, police said Friday.

College Place hits speed bump with road project

The start of construction for the College Avenue-Rose Street Reconstruction project is headed for a setback after construction bids came in over budget.

Column - Sky is limit for business at WW airport

The Walla Walla Regional Airport’s two major lines of business, aviation and the business park, produced solid results in 2014.

Milton-Freewater man accused of stabbing former girlfriend

MILTON-FREEWATER — A Milton-Freewater man is in custody in connection with the stabbing of his former girlfriend, police said Friday.

Walk for Life is 1:30 p.m. at Amazing Grace Church today

WALLA WALLA — The Walk for Life, a memorial to the children lost to abortion and a silent protest of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe vs. Wade, will begin at 1:30 p.m. today at Amazing Grace Nazarene Church, 717 E. Alder St., and end at St. Patrick Catholic Church, 415 W. Alder St.

Emmanuel Lutheran Church to begin GriefShare program

WALLA WALLA — Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 628 Lincoln St., offers GriefShare, a 13-week video seminar, at 1 p.m. Feb. 17. in the Fireside Room.

Update: 911 service restored after cable cut

Thousands of people in Walla Walla County are unable to dial 911 and other numbers after a fiber cable was cut this afternoon off Lewis Road in Pasco.

Grant to benefit Palouse River drainage project

A project to restore land and improve water quality along the Palouse River is among five conservation efforts in Washington state to be funded by a new federal program.

Emergency Services - 1/22/14

Emergency Services - 1/22/14

Transportation director named winner of safety award

The Walla Walla County Traffic Safety/DUI Task Force on Wednesday honored Transportation Director Steve Olson with the 2015 Traffic Safety Super Star Award in the Educational Outreach category.

Lawmaker: Marijuana candy overdose shows need to go slowly

A key lawmaker says a marijuana overdose in an Oregon resort town shows the need to go slowly on making pot-infused candies, cookies and other edibles available to the public.

Walla Walla police find girl reported in luring case

Walla Walla police today said they have found the young girl who they believe was the victim of a reported luring incident last weekend.

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