Native Walla Wallan Desiree Grote-Norens Bryant and husband Kyle will choose between town center or river view rental housing options in Carrick on Shannon, County Leitrim, in the north part of the Republic of Ireland.
Garnering Top Overall Cadet and Top Collision Investigation awards, Walla Walla native Steve Jackson graduated from the Washington State Patrol Academy June 12 in Olympia.
An anonymous donor with long-standing ties to the city and the Walla Walla Gun Club gifted $5,000 during the group’s general meeting.
Bright lights — biiiiiiig metropolis: a spring break trip to New York City is in the works for interested students in Walla Walla Public middle and high schools.
Japanese American World War II veterans stood front and center during a ceremony in their honor and a visit to see the Congressional Gold Medal at the Oregon Historical Society’s Oregon History Museum in Portland.
Three awards show that Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center has worked diligently the last two years at turning around its reputation in local health care, according to a release from AMI Ad Agency public relations representative Jillian Henze.
Dinner parties all over the Walla Walla Valley held forth with a purpose. Altogether, 16 Dinners for Friends with Friends were slated during the month.
Wear pink, bring it on tonight at 6 at Borleske Stadium and be immortalized in video — for a good cause.
Area summer weather conditions reported in the Aug. 5 Union-Bulletin will have a bearing on habitat plantings supplied by members of Blue Mountain Pheasants Forever 258.
A community commemoration of the 1853 establishment of the St. Rose of the Cayouse Mission will begin at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 10, sponsored by the Frenchtown Historical Foundation, at Basel Cellars Estate Winery, 2901 Old Milton Highway.
Incarceration was never an option for misbehaving Walla Walla High School classmates. Interesting, though, are sentencing options meted out by the student-directed Judicial Board of Control that oversaw infractions in the early part of the last century.
Area residents can find themselves homebound or otherwise unable to do their own grocery shopping, said Theresa Regimbal, who’s volunteer and activity coordinator at the Walla Walla Senior Citizens Center/The Center at the Park.
It’s the big nine-oh for James “Jim” and Marybelle Savage who will celebrate their nonagenarian status with friends and family on Sunday.
It’s for the birds. Friends of feathered creatures in southeastern Washington are atwitter over a $15,000 conservation grant awarded to Blue Mountain Land Trust to help protect important bird habitat.
Touring landscaped gardens with complete permission from their owners is a delight, and raises funds for a good cause, too.
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