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Don’t let the door hit you, April bluster.
While attempting to look into April’s backpack, we have to struggle a little to open it. The zipper has become a bit fussy and the duct tape that was used to patch up the holes here and there complicates the opening process, but eventually we are able to see what is inside. And what we find is imperfection. A pile of “not-quite-how-we-pictured-it” awaits us.
Born in the Netherlands in 1632, Antony van Leeuwenhoek was a self-taught man who made microscopes — ultimately producing some 500 of them. Microscopes consist of lenses of carefully ground class.
Give some thought to the future: plant a tree! The Noon Rotary Club of Walla Walla has taken that advice to heart, planting thousands of trees over the years.
Proving once again the old adage “even a blind squirrel finds an acorn every now and then,” your slightly vision-impaired forecaster appears to have stumbled upon a good-sized nut with his prediction/warning last week of a possible freeze event.
WALLA WALLA — Applications are being taken for the Syngenta Sugarbeet Scholarship program.
Walla Walla General Hospital
With their time-honored appearance and familiar amenities, drive-in movie theaters hearken back to years gone by. But they need periodic maintenance to preserve that traditional character, and often require modern upgrades to keep up with the times.
I’m all shook up after reading about a geology report given to Milton-Freewater Rotary Club recently by Whitman College geology professor Kevin R. Pogue.
WALLA WALLA — Young Life’s annual fundraiser takes place Friday at 7 p.m., at the Gesa Power House Theatre, 111 N. Sixth Ave.
WALLA WALLA — The Moms’ Network is collecting diapers through the end of April for distribution to needy families in the community.
Before you read this column, chant this line: “This is not about me. This is not about me.”
There’s a new debate in paleontology, one that took me by surprise, but one that shows nicely how some science works.
I had a dog and his name was Blue