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Walla Walla High School seniors honored with yard signs

WALLA WALLA-Walla Walla High School seniors found a surprise waiting for them on their front lawns last week. Bright blue signs were posted in the yards of every senior in the Class of 2020. The yard sign idea came from the school's Associated...

 

What is the Florida-Arizona plan, and how will it affect the Mariners?

If we get professional baseball this summer, it is going to look very different from seasons past. A few things are known. There will be fewer games than the standard 162 game season. Doubleheaders...

 

Retail Therapy during 'Stay Home, Stay Safe'

The Q Wood-fired Grill Do you know someone who could use a little help with a fast, nourishing meal? Chef Jeff from the Q Grill in Waitsburg is offering gourmet soups with free delivery. Hearty and...

 

Local resources available

Project Timothy (509) 382-2943:  Financial assistance for rent, utilities, and food can be provided to those of you that have been negatively affected by the COVID-19 crisis. At our request, the B...

 

Pioneer Portraits

Ten Years Ago April 21, 2011 [Headline] Dayton Cut & Wrap expands business. Dayton business owners Jim and Connie Westergreen have big news for small ranchers in Columbia and Walla Walla counties. The couple will soon expand their meat processing...

 

Molasses Bread (Outback Knock-Off)

I thought with less events and gatherings for me to go to and/or volunteer, I'd get so much done around the house. Not so. I sigh and say "tomorrow." I find I can wear the same comfy clothes three days in a row, until Monday when I will once again...

 
 By Tracy Thompson    News    April 16, 2020

Walla Walla Valley COVID-19 Response Fund announces first grants

WALLA WALLA—An anonymous Advisory Committee comprised of representatives from twenty-three Blue Mountain region organizations have recently awarded grants of $99,000 to Blue Mountain Action Council (BMAC); $14,460 to Providence St. Mary...

 
 By Tracy Thompson    News    April 16, 2020

Waitsburg School District moving to a digital learning model for secondary students

WAITSBURG—Waitsburg School Superintendent Mark Pickel and Secondary principal Stephanie Wooderchak met with their staffs on Monday, April 13 to discuss plans for a continuous learning model now that the schools will remain closed through the end...

 

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