With coaching from adviser Emily Holden, students in the FFA program at McLoughlin High School prepared to discuss the usefulness of a global positioning system collar on livestock on Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service land while at the state FFA convention.
A long-lost friend made it back to town this past weekend after an extended absence that had many wondering if he were gone for good.
“Can I plant my peas now?” This is the first question I got from everyone I saw in the midst the recent glorious, sunny March days.
I try to stay lighthearted and not dwell for too long on things that upset me — at least not anywhere public. But this warm late-winter weather makes me suspicious. Oh well. I have always consoled myself with the bleak idea that at least our planet will be fine, even if our species — at least people like me — may not survive a long-term heat wave.
Every day this job is steak — meaty and filling work that sticks to my mental ribs. Sometimes, though, I get dessert, smack in the middle of the day.
Upsizing. Downsizing. Try “rightsizing,” a concept that means finding the right size living space for a person’s situation.
Students in Stefanie Crumpacker-Flerchinger’s music classes at Blue Ridge Elementary started March 2 on a high note when she greeted them with pink highlights in her hair.
Last month we talked about dental care in cats and dogs. This month I’d like to focus on horses that also need routine dental care. Many horse owners have heard of floating a horse’s teeth, but some may not understand what this means or what we are floating — or filing — when we perform a dental procedure on a horse.
The Walla Walla Washington Stake FamilySearch Centers is hosting Family History Seminar 2015 on March 21.
PENDLETON — “Ramp It Up,” the Smithsonian Museum’s traveling exhibition on American Indian skateboarding culture, will open Friday at Tamástslikt Cultural Institute, 47106 Wildhorse Blvd., Pendleton.
Opening the classroom to college students has been a win-win for Walla Walla High School social studies teacher Michelle Higgins.
How would you face blindness if today you were told you were going blind? As follows are things other blind people have shared with me, as we try to show that blindness may not be all bad.
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