WALLA WALLA — Nearly a third of Walla Walla County’s voters had returned their ballots by the end of last week, according to the county Auditor’s Office today.
WALLA WALLA — Summer is over, but apparently October didn’t get the message.
Final action on an ordinance to ban all recreational marijuana operations in Walla Walla County will be up before county commissioners Monday.
WALLA WALLA — Charges were filed Thursday against a man accused of almost striking a police officer with a car during a pursuit.
A man convicted of exposing himself on a Valley Transit bus earlier this year will serve a jail term instead of going to prison.
WALLA WALLA — A Walla Walla man involved in an attack on two men outside an Eastgate restaurant last year was sentenced Monday to time he’s already served in jail.
WALLA WALLA — A woman pleaded innocent Monday to causing a traffic collision this summer that injured another driver.
WALLA WALLA — Trial has been set for a man charged with holding his former girlfriend against her will, then setting a fire outside her apartment.
WALLA WALLA — Two men have pleaded innocent to multiple felony charges stemming from a home robbery earlier this month.
WALLA WALLA — A thinned-out cover of earth over a natural gas pipeline near Wallula has sparked concerns by Port of Walla Walla officials.
WALLA WALLA — It’s property tax Part 2 time again.
Republican Terry Nealey of Dayton faces Democrat Frank Blair of Kennewick in the race for representative of Legislative District 16, Position 2, the office Nealey now holds.
Republican Maureen Walsh of Walla Walla faces Prosser Republican Mary Ruth Edwards in the race for representative for Legislative District 16 Position 1, the office Walsh now holds.
The next major step in this year’s election will arrive in mailboxes soon.
The Columbia School District in Burbank should be connected to a municipal sewer system before the beginning of the next school year.
A road project that will reconstruct the main routes through College Place took a step closer to starting Monday.
WALLA WALLA — The two candidates in the 5th Congressional District race, Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Joseph “Joe” Pakootas, both promised change Wednesday, but in very different ways.
The number of homeless people, individuals and households, increased slightly from last year, and more of them than ever are staying with family or friends.
WALLA WALLA — September helped set a weather record, but not exactly one to celebrate.
Six and two-thirds acres of Halloween fun and fright are in action once again.
WALLA WALLA — While fire chiefs in some parts of the state say strict federal regulations are making difficult to recruit volunteer fire fighters, local fire officials say there’s been no shortage of people wanting to serve.
Creating defensible spaces helped keep flames from reaching several homes in the blaze.
WALLA WALLA — A vote by Port of Walla Walla commissioners on whether to make a major purchase of downtown property has been moved to October.
WALLA WALLA — Average yields and prices are down this year for Eastern Washington wheat.
WALLA WALLA — Fossil fuel trains and education funding were among the topics tackled by state and federal candidates at a Walla Walla forum Wednesday.
WALLA WALLA — Questions ranging from budget cuts to gun control confronted candidates at a forum Wednesday held at Walla Walla Community College.
POMEROY — A reservoir on the Lower Snake River will be lowered this weekend to help with the cleanup of a popular riverside spot trashed by partygoers last week.
COLLEGE PLACE — College Place on Monday joined a growing list of cities and counties that have banned marijuana operations.
COLLEGE PLACE -- College Place tonight joined a growing list of cities and counties that have banned marijuana operations.
POMEROY — A big crowd that created a big mess has closed a popular spot on the Lower Snake River until further notice.
Whether College Place will have recreational marijuana businesses or not could be decided Monday after a public hearing on the topic before the City Council.
DAYTON — Columbia County commissioners Wednesday extended a moratorium on zoning for recreational marijuana operations in the county for another three months.
WALLA WALLA — Speakers at a hearing Tuesday delivered sharply differing opinions on allowing recreational marijuana operations in Walla Walla County.
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla County commission today voted to ban all recreational marijuana operations in the county’s unincorporated areas.
WALLA WALLA — The last full month of summer didn’t go out in a blaze of heat.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla County could have regulations for recreational marijuana operations — or a continued ban — following a public hearing Tuesday morning before county commissioners.
WALLA WALLA — A local casualty from the Vietnam War has been symbolically brought home.
A Kennewick man who ran as a last-minute write-in candidate for the state Legislature will be on the ballot for the November election.
WALLA WALLA — Don’t expect to see Charlie Daniels hanging up his fiddle anytime soon.
COLLEGE PLACE — A recommendation to ban marijuana operations in College Place is headed to the City Council.
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla County Lodging Tax Advisory Committee will award about $35,000 in grants for 2015 projects.
Created 80 years ago, the Export-Import Bank is a federal agency that supports loans and insurance to exporting small businesses. It also protects the credit commitments of buyers overseas.
LOWDEN — A “key export tool” for Washington agriculture and businesses is under threat from those who would use it for political purposes, U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell said Monday during a Walla Walla County visit.
COLLEGE PLACE — A public hearing Tuesday will look at proposed zoning regulations for recreational marijuana businesses in College Place.
COLLEGE PLACE — City Council members filled a vacant seat in their ranks Monday night, but not without some debate first.
WALLA WALLA — Federal officials have expanded a lawsuit against a Walla Walla County blueberry farm to include two other companies.
WALLA WALLA — The opening of the second half of a new medium security complex at Washington State Penitentiary is now underway.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla County voters narrowed down several local contested races Tuesday and didn’t disappoint any incumbents.
WALLA WALLA — Dissolution of the joint city-county planning agency took another step forward Monday, but not without some terse parting shots by Walla Walla County commissioners who felt blindsided by the city’s sudden action.
WALLA WALLA — Among Walla Walla County candidates, incumbent Sheriff John Turner is leading the pack in raising money as well as spending it.