Young voters, parents and grandparents of current or future Walla Walla Public School students, vote “yes” for the Walla Walla High School science building bond.
The biblical exaggeration of “straining at a gnat and swallowing a camel” has come true courtesy of Medicare.
Walla Walla High School cannot provide appropriate learning environments for Wa-Hi students without additional square feet of construction.
I just finished reading Jim Thorn’s letter “Windmills turning aren’t necessarily generating” and I am appalled at the inaccurate information he uses.
If I were president of the United States I’d tell Vladimir Putin his gross disregard of protocol, ethics, treaties and historical norms plus disrespect for rights of citizens in neighboring countries deserves a resounding well done!
On March 27, Whitman College hosted the third Walla Walla Violence Prevention Coalition Conference, co-sponsored by many local organizations and institutions and funded partially with a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.
I attended Walla Walla Public Schools and graduated from Walla Walla High School. I have two children who graduated from Wa-Hi. I am a longtime supporter of the district yet, sadly, do not support the Wa-Hi bond because I am convinced it is not in the long-term best interest of district facilities and Wa-Hi.
It is difficult to find a public toilet in downtown Walla Walla.
I’m writing to support the Walla Walla High School Science Department.
The prosecutor’s decision published in the March 14 U-B stating no charges would be filed in the pedestrian death leaves some unanswered questions.
“We the people” don’t count for much
I’ve had it with those who continually support leaders (so-called) who demand more taxes, lie and misconstrue facts.
I graduated from Walla Walla High School in 1966. I was a sophomore in 1963 and we made the move to the new campus during Christmas break. It looked, and was, a state of the art architectural design and campus setting.
The recent letter to the editor from a local wind power denier (LWPD) is in response to another reader’s response to one of the LWPD’s letters.
Election year rolls around more and more quickly for this senior citizen. Historically, a high percentage of seniors vote, which is why candidates actively court senior citizens.
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