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Jay Decker’s “field camera” weighs about 12 pounds, sans lens. It has a maximum shutter speed of 1/30th of a second and holds a whopping one piece of film at a time, and one piece of film can cost as much as $15.
After coming up empty at first, the Walla Walla warming center task force has found a place to house local homeless people during the current winter blast.
Andrew Kowalski had to tear himself away from the small “apartment” he was working on — a small wood-frame cubicle that simulates a home — to come and talk to a reporter.
The fake blood pitter-pattered down onto the brown paper below, some of it spattering into perfect circles, some of it colliding with other drops and shooting droplets of red goop in all directions, and some of it missing the paper altogether and sinking into the orange ’60s-era carpet.
WALLA WALLA — A local doctor who is a pioneer in sleep medicine added his voice Tuesday evening to a growing din advocating for later school start times for middle and high school students Tuesday evening.
WALLA WALLA — For Whitman College, “liberal arts” no longer excludes a highly technical field like computer science.
WALLA WALLA — Walla Walla School District Interim Superintendent Bill Jordan might just be the school administrator equivalent of a baseball utility infielder for awhile.
Walla Walla got a taste of the stars last week, and Neil deGrasse Tyson got a taste of Walla Walla wine country.
Whitman College got good news and bad new this week, as it moved up in college rankings but fell at the smack-dab bottom of a separate list that ranked top colleges by economic diversity.
WALLA WALLA — Following a report from the American Academy of Pediatricians that lack of sleep inhibits learning and that schools should start later, a local parents group is joining a national movement to push for later school starts.