Sheila Hagar’s article regarding Sen. Mike Hewitt and his staff in the Thursday edition of the U-B is notable for various reasons.
I offer considerations for Rose Street reconstruction. Design starts by viewing projects holistically. Replacing cold storage facilities with a hotel complex will generate new interest, enterprise and construction along Rose Street making it a major thoroughfare.
Two reasons most mentioned for February’s Walla Walla High School bond defeat are mistrust of the School Board and its refusal to answer important questions.
It is obvious (and appalling) to me that the Union-Bulletin editor, reporter and Walla Walla County sheriff’s deputy Tom Cooper threw a “cheap shot” at our sheriff on April 14.
I have read several letters from people who are unhappy with the decision by the City Council to stripe Rose Street for three vehicle lanes, with the center lane being a left-turn lane and bicycle lanes near the curbs.
When the Rose Street Design Team wrote, “When we learned that accidents on the street were 50 percent higher then the state average for equivalent roads,” it was looking at the population equivalent, too?
National Review columnist Rich Lowry came close but missed the main point in the primary motive of the Islamic terrorists. The main motive is in the Qur’an. Sura 2.29 says,
I saw the Rose Street plan was OK’d by City Council.
On April 19, Richard McFarland criticized my letter regarding the NRA and Newtown, saying I am completely wrong. I tried to find some logic or common sense in his response ... but failed.
When Washington debated its gay marriage law, there were ample warnings that it would prove destructive of religious liberty. Individual liberties are inevitably sacrificed when the state bestows special rights upon favored classes.
My husband and I decided to have breakfast Saturday morning at a downtown restaurant. Due to the “community event” — bicycle races — all streets around the restaurant were closed to through traffic.
I wish to comment on Annie Capestany’s letter in a recent edition. She is absolutely right that the fight for sensible gun legislation must continue.
The National Weather Service runs a network of Doppler radar stations intended to map storms by detecting moving raindrops.
The bipartisan Senate immigration reform bill that was introduced recently gives me hope. Hope that lawmakers from both parties can come together to pass a common-sense immigration process and find a solution for undocumented immigrants, businesses, families and for all of America.
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