The Walla Walla Valley is fortunate to have many individuals, agencies and service providers who care about children, families and our mutual future. Unfortunately the common causes of child abuse, neglect and early trauma exist here too.
Support the Umatilla County measures: 30-14 (Five-year jail levy) and 30-97 (Funding for 18 additional deputies).
I would like to start by saying what a great job the city of Walla Walla does in keeping the parks here so nicely maintained.
It’s like I’m having a bad dream. Every day I wake up thinking the people we sent to Congress to represent us will actually begin representing what a majority of Americans want.
When I think of Allen Pomraning, three things come to mind: honesty, competence and fair-mindedness.
With regards to the upcoming Walla Walla City Council election. I would challenge each voter to dig and find out what each candidate really stands for.
As a candidate for Walla Walla City Council, I have been visiting and working with community groups, businesses and city staff. I would like to share a couple of observations from my experiences.
Perhaps not, but if the money isn’t available, the county commissioners will have no choice but to cut deeper.
County governments in Washington state are nothing like the federal government when it comes to money management. County governments actually manage money.
My wife and I have known George Fearing since he was in high school. I was dean of men at Walla Walla College during the years he was a student in college. He lived in my dorm. We worked on committees together while he was a student and we have worked on committees together in the last few years.
ArtWalla’s recent Art Squared event started as a conversation between two artists over a year ago who happened to have booths back to back at the merchant-sponsored Fridays on First.
I would like to voice my strong support of Rick Newby’s campaign for re-election for mayor of College Place.
The current choice of mayor for College Place in this election is one of importance that will affect the city for an extended period.
Monsanto may not be a perfect company, but it sure doesn’t deserve the constant hammering by the anti GMO-crowd.
Congratulations to Congress! Another financial disaster caused by them has been averted by them. And the estimated economic loss to the country is only $20 billion!
We should know our food is genetically engineered Those few who know me well should be able to tell you that, generally, I am greatly in favor of genetic engineering.
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