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Caution urged for potential donors

A group called Autism Awareness United is under scrutiny by state officials.

WALLA WALLA — Local Department of Human Services officials are urging Walla Walla residents to donate with caution.

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Cause for autism an elusive target

Autism made front-page news again, this time regarding a famous research paper linking vaccines to autism. That research was a fraud. What does this mean? It means we continue to search.

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Judge Wolfram dons the robe

Walla Walla County Superior Court Judge Donald W. Schacht, right, swears in M. Scott Wolfram as the county’s newest Superior Court judge during a ceremony Tuesday in Schacht’s courtroom. Wolfram will replace Schacht on the bench after Schacht retires. Seated in front of Wolfram is Tina Driver, Schacht’s secretary.

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Evergreen state goes dark blue

A political GPS is not necessary to realize Washington state took a hard left at the Cascades.

The Evergreen State was dark blue on Tuesday as voters heavily favored Democrats in most statewide offices while also approving gay marriage and legalizing marijuana.

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Catsiff hands Inland Octopus case to Supreme Court

The high court might decide by spring whether to review the case, then it could take another year or year-and-a-half to rule. If the court decides not to accept review, that will end the matter.

WALLA WALLA — The fate of the purple octopus will now be up to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Schacht to trade gavel for reins

WALLA WALLA — Wednesday will be a first for Donald W. Schacht.

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