Pioneer Explorer teacher Dan Calzaretta said 11 students received regional Scholastic Art and Writing awards.
Several Walla Walla High School band and orchestra students who participated in the recent Solo and Ensemble Festival at Richland High School qualified for state, according to the Walla Walla Public Schools Week in Review online newsletter.
Out of the minds of local youngsters come two state-level American History Essay Contest winners, according Sarita McCaw, contest chairwoman for Narcissa Prentiss Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Dorothy Werttemberger, 55, of Walla Walla, has a rare sarcoma cancer in stage 4.
$700 was donated to the museum.
The students maintained at least a 3.75 gpa for fall semester.
Jarred Cope envisions himself having a career in the U.S. Army.
The students raised over $600 for the agency.
Sky worked with the YWCA to work through the legal process when buying the car and to find just the right recipient.
Creighton University College of Arts and Sciences named Walla Walla freshman Mattie Smyth to its fall 2013 dean’s list. Full-time students who rank in the top 10 percent of their class for the semester and earn a 3.5 gpa or better are eligible for this honor. The Jesuit institution is in Omaha, Neb.
Feeling Irving Berlin’s “God Bless America” to be unrealistic and complacent, Woody Guthrie responded in 1940 with the lyrics to “This Land is Your Land.” Woody dedicated the iconic American folk song to another noted folk legend, Pete Seeger, who died on Jan. 27.
Walla Walla High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter members placed during competition Feb. 12 at the FBLA Southeast Region Winter Leadership Conference in Kennewick.
Ever drive by Valley Residential Services off East Alder Street at 240 Bush St. and wonder what goes on between its walls?
Miracles do happen. In this case it involves a tale of two curious kitties that couldn’t stay put. Mike and Erik, Tracie and Frank Surran’s two black and white cats, came up missing earlier this month from her home on Tollgate outside Weston. A frantic search ensued once their absence was realized.
Eighty boys ages 5-14 came with their mothers for the ninth Mother & Son Bowl-A-Rama at Bowlaway Lanes.
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