Mr. Monfort wants our youths to be exposed to both intelligent design and evolution. I have no objections to that, but it can’t be done in public schools.
Today I receive my water bill from the city of Walla Walla.
An incident at one of our middle schools in Milton-Freewater has been brought to my attention.
Saturday night my wife and I went to see the movie “Lone Survivor.”
I am extremely disappointed in the recent 4-3 vote by the Walla Walla City Council to license marijuana businesses in the city.
Recent letters from Steve Singleton and Robert Jackson caught my attention.
Jim Buchan’s column Jan. 26 noted the success of a Walla Walla High School graduate, Eric O’Flaherty, and his recent signing with the Oakland A’s.
I urge College Place residents to vote yes to support our children on Feb. 11. This levy is not new and will not change or increase your taxes.
On a recent front page of the U-B someone said “the state could see as much as $1 billion a year in legal marijuana sales.”
Justice without consistency is only slightly better than injustice.
Many U-B readers go directly to the editorial page when opening the paper. Reading the “debates” that rage in the letters to the editor each day provides much by way of thought and amusement.
I appreciate the article in the Union-Bulletin, “Rules made permanent for wolves ‘caught in the act.’”
I don’t use the stuff. Never have, never will.
Citizens of the Walla Walla Valley are being asked once again to support the emergency medical services levy Feb. 11.
Generally speaking I have much appreciated Dr. Mulkerin’s columns on health in the U-B. However I am disturbed with his Dec. 22 discussion of Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn’s studies on reversing heart disease.
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