Alasdair Stewart is the managing editor for news and multimedia at the Union-Bulletin. He joined the U-B in 1994 after graduating from Whitman College and worked as a paginator and copy editor until 1999, when he moved to New Hampshire. He worked at The Telegraph in Nashua, N.H., for five years as a copy editor, environmental news writer, columnist and metro editor before returning to the Union-Bulletin in 2005.
Alasdair and his wife, Holly, live in Walla Walla with their daughter and a Newfoundland dog.
With the first round of vote-counting complete in the region, here is a look at where local races stand:
WALLA WALLA — Should the School District bring voters a proposal for a total overhaul of Walla Walla High School, or a smaller project, or just let it ride for a while?
Balboa Winery, which has recently added new faces, is also getting a new face online.
College Cellars, the winemaking arm of Walla Walla Community College, took home a slew of prizes in this year’s Seattle Wine Awards.
The Walla Walla Regional Airport won’t see a cut in car rental options — and revenue — after all.
A local florist is taking part in a nationwide effort to help people pay tribute to those who served in the armed forces.
For the sixth year running, Baker Boyer Bank has nailed down a spot in American Banker magazine’s list of the top 200 community banks.
A twice-yearly bra clinic will is coming up Saturday at Walla Walla Clothing Co.
Brian Bruggeman, a trust officer and financial advisor in business development at Baker Boyer Bank, has completed a three-year program in trusts with an honors distinction.
The third time was the charm for the Umatilla Ranger District of the U.S. Forest Service.