What? One of the greatest spokepersons for the most serious condition humans have ever faced was here in Walla Walla, and the U-B did not write about this?
If you haven’t had a chance to view the city’s plan to redesign Rose Street, now is the time.
I grew up in Walla Walla and have several family members who still reside in this lovely town. I now live on the west side of the state but am able to enjoy frequent return visits to my hometown.
We are excited about the progress happening in College Place Public Schools with the building of the new elementary school, the new high school and the remodel of the middle school.
This letter is in response to Steve Singleton’s letter to the editor in the April 22 U-B. His letter castigates Steve Lucksted as “gullible” for his science article that discusses anthropogenic global warming.
Here we go again. Even with 105 days to reach a budget deal state legislators managed to spend enough time on a variety of other bills on a myriad of topics so a “special session” must be called to work on a compromise budget.
I am new to Walla Walla and have been reading with interest the articles and letters on the Rose Street project. While I understand many of the issues surrounding this project, I have my own issues at another location in this town.
What a surprise it was when I unrolled the paper and saw a happy headline for once! “City cuts octopus fines to 10K.”
I remember when we tried the one-way streets and then were able to go back to the way it was. I hope the City Council will carefully consider the importance of preserving the beauty of our town as construction continues on Rose Street.
In recent news, Oregon lawmakers are authorizing the State Department of Licensing to provide drivers licenses to “illegal undocumented immigrants.” Oregon follows four other states — Washington, New Mexico, Utah and Illinois in this venture.
I have been reading and hearing concerns surrounding the proposed Rose Street project. I would like to weigh in both as a citizen and as co-chair of the Safe Travels Alliance.
In reading Richard McFarland’s letter saying it’s wrong to believe an armed citizen could have stopped the shooter at Newtown, I have to ask how else could he have been stopped?
The idea to destroy beautiful sycamores along Rose Street demands alternative thinking.
Annie Capestany’s letter to the editor (April 21) was amusing. Let me see if I have this straight, there are approximately 350 million firearms in the United States and the vast majority of these firearms are owned by elderly, white, Republican men.
News in the past few days has often focused upon the terrible ways in which human beings treat each other.
- ‘Old fashioned’ no excuse for bigotry 10 comments
- Second Amendment essential for freedom 13 comments
- Hope climate change deniers are right 10 comments
- Rose Street decision should be about ‘community’ 19 comments
- Sen. Hewitt praised for standing his ground 20 comments
- Would loving our enemies diminish terrorism? 8 comments