COLLEGE PLACE — The City Council has tart the process to find a replacement for a longtime member Bernie Yanke, who has resigned due to health problems.
OLYMPIA — As a part-time employee hired two years ago, Jason Jerue is so little known around the Washington state auditor’s office that some colleagues said they were hard-pressed to recall seeing him, talking to him or even emailing with him.
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WASHINGTON — Cash-strapped Americans anxious for tax refunds are increasingly turning to payment advances, prepaid cards or other costly services when getting tax preparation help, according to new federal data raising concerns among regulators about whether consumers are fully informed about the fees.
In 2013, 18,474 high-school dropouts in Washington state took a wide-ranging exam known as the GED to earn a high-school certificate. About 86 percent — nearly 16,000 — passed.
After a moment of silence was observed at 10:37 a.m. Sunday, a bell rang out 43 times, one for each victim of a deadly landslide that struck the community of Oso exactly one year earlier on March 22, 2014.
It’s not just tomatoes, lettuce and squash that grow in community gardens in Walla Walla; it’s also the resources and connections necessary to build caring, harmonious neighborhoods.
Before a single note is played at this summer’s Gentlemen of the Road Stopover music festival in Walla Walla, an army of local, regional and far-flung providers will have worked for months on event safety.
College Place High School Principal Kirk Jameson and the school board took heat Thursday night from residents angry that Kim Cox was rejected as the possible coach for next year’s Hawks junior varsity football team.
By early June of last year, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa was the deadliest ever recorded. There weren't enough beds for patients and many were refusing to seek treatment, driving the outbreak underground.
A 14-year-old Milton-Freewater teen died in a crash Thursday night on Interstate 84 at Ladd Canyon, south of La Grande, the Oregon State Police said in a news release.
Laht Neppur Brewing won’t have a Walla Walla bar to belly up to after this month.
Dancing is done for at the Red Monkey Downtown Lounge, but the beat goes on as the Alder Street business prepares for a bit of an identity change.
A Walla Walla man faces up to about 9½ years in prison for having sexual contact with an underage girl last year and possessing Internet child pornography in January.
A woman has admitted having mail that was stolen from multiple Walla Walla Valley addresses in December, in addition to committing four other crimes.
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