Transporting 30,000 more truckloads of radioactive nuclear and hazardous waste to be stored at Hanford would pose alarming risks to those who live in the area, to those who live in the Columbia River Basin, and to all those who live in states through which the nuclear waste would be transported.
I was lucky enough to visit the other Washington -- D.C. -- and visit U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers. I spoke to her about issues and listened to her views and ideas.
If you haven't watched the only televised debate that Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers would participate in with Rich Cowan, I suggest you watch it on the Internet.
A spoof perhaps? After 150 years our taste hasn't changed -- or has it? What is art?
WALLA WALLA — If you had a swinging time in November, give the weather some credit.
Liberty Man is back! And this time he’s got a gun.
The initiative forces utilities to buy renewable energy except hydropower, which is the source of most of Washington’s energy.
Electricity isn’t the only thing shocking being generated by Pacific Power. The power company’s request this month for a 14.1 percent increase in rates has put a jolt into more than a few of its customers in the Walla Walla area.
The Oasis, the roadhouse restaurant known for serving steak and potatoes since the days of the horse and buggy, has closed.
WALLA WALLA — You’re likely to get over it but in the meantime, stay close to the bathroom.
WALLA WALLA — Bids are now being taken for the former Walla Walla Gardener’s Association plant and property.