School officials say they immediately contacted the health department and began contact tracing.
The sausages will be different, as will the venue, but the spirit of the annual event is still on the menu, organizers said.
We Give a Care project funds are going to entities impacted by the pandemic.
In July, the county announced it would reduce the non-emergency services it provides to the city — such as animal complaints — until a new deal could be reached.
The faith-based private schools have moved swiftly from a distance learning program, through a hybrid schedule, and will be fully in-person by Oct. 5.
The launch of the family gardening operation in Waitsburg not only fulfills a longtime dream of the late Nancy Aronson, but its recent relocation takes it farther than she could have ever imagined. [SUBSCRIBER-ONLY CONTENT]
Blue Mountain Heart to Heart, the Walla Walla nonprofit organization that operates a Syringe Services Program, will add vaccinations to its list of client services starting Monday.
Beyond the cheeky play with words at The Wiener & Bun — A Hot Dog Window, a concept that offers ample opportunity to showcase the restaurateurs’ humor, is a menu born from serious love.
New, permanent spots to drop off unwanted and unneeded prescription drugs are part of a community-wide effort involving medical providers, pharmacies, law enforcement and others.
Food Bank Director Jeff Mathias estimates the 10,000 pounds of poultry — arriving Thursday as 3- to 3½-pound bags in refrigerated transport — will feed about 2,500 local households.
College Place students are one step closer to returning to the classroom.
The $115 million project from Frenchtown to Nine Mile Hill is expected to begin next year with completion in 2023.
The new section of road will intersect with Taggart Road and Highway 12 to straighten out Taggart Road and improve safety on the eastern edge of the city.
City Attorney Tim Donaldson gave a presentation Monday saying that a tattoo policy banning offensive tattoos for public employment is ill-advised.
With more rural schools in the Valley reopening in the coming weeks, district educators aren't sure if the new numbers will remain steady.
A parent reported the allegations of child molestation on Aug. 11 to the Walla Walla Police Department, according to court documents.
It’s a step the leaders are taking to ensure they’ll be able to get future funding for projects that help reduce the seriousness or severity of such disasters.
While the coronavirus pandemic has hurt countless businesses, Northwest Farm Supply saw a considerable upswing in profits, but the Walla Walla location will still be closing this week.
The recycling committee and a series of virtual town halls last month will inform the City Council's discussion Monday.
The larger districts in Walla Walla County may not be too far behind. The College Place School District will discuss at its Sept. 22 board meeting a plan to reopen using a hybrid schedule on Oct. 19.
About $175,000 will be available as grants in up to $2,500 increments to help small businesses with COVID-19 response and recovery, the Port of Walla Walla has announced.
The youngest students of the Walla Walla School District could begin a partial return to classrooms as soon as a month from now under the district’s Roadmap to Reopening Schools.
Two new buildings in the works at Bluewood Ski Resort will move services out of the lodge, leaving about 1,200 square feet for a new dining area.
In a year that’s anything but typical, the Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance kicked off harvest with a new peer-nominated awards program.
For now, wineries in Washington appear to have avoided crop damage caused by smoke billowing over much of the state, though the situation is more precarious in parts of Oregon and California.
Sierra Renee Uribe Clay, 25, of Walla Walla had her bail set at $30,000.
After beginning the school year with most students participating in distance learning, the Catholic schools could have all students back on campus for at least half the week by the end of this month, President Curtis Seidel said.
Students swapped out the normal experience of entering a new classroom and reuniting with their friends with settling into a quiet spot at home to engage in live lessons with their teachers over the internet.
The unusual upcoming school year presents uncertainties for more than teachers and students in the Walla Walla School District.
DAYTON — In Columbia County’s first jury trial since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, jurors began hearing testimony in the case of William Fletcher, 39, of Dayton, who is accused of a beating a woman with a candlestick holder in January 2019 after apparently helping her with her laundry.
A 2018 Washington state law prohibits landlords from discriminating against people using rent vouchers.
Still life projects will still be accepted, however they will not be accessible to the public in-person.