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Information is compiled by the Union-Bulletin staff from the official logs and records that area law enforcement, fire and emergency medical agencies provided this morning. Not all law enforcement reports appear, as many are deemed unfounded and some reports remain in process.

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A Seattle development firm says it plans to purchase the Walla Walla Elks Lodge and build a multi-story apartment complex in its place starting next spring.

WALLULA — A car crash on U.S. Highway 12 near Wallula sent seven people, including four children, to Tri-Cities hospitals Thursday afternoon, according to the Washington State Patrol.

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The Washington State Legislature 2018 Capital Budget allocation awarded Ryan Maiden $42,900 to acquire curriculum for agriculture science education equipment and technology to advance agriculture science education.

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Teacher Joelle Pomraning’s character-building Pioneer Strong class and students at Pioneer Middle School, clocked 696 miles and raised $770 in a walk-a-thon on June 8 that will benefit Blue Mountain Humane Society.

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Hey, Eastern Washington sports fans and local history buffs: Whitman College will host its much-anticipated Track & Field/Cross Country Reunion Friday through Sunday, reported Gillian Frew, Whitman media relations strategist.

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Alice M. Long Knotts received her four-year doctor of pharmacy degree from Washington State University College of Pharmacy on May 3. The commencement ceremony was in Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox in Spokane.

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Information is compiled by the Union-Bulletin staff from the official logs and records that area law enforcement, fire and emergency medical agencies provided this morning. Not all law enforcement reports appear, as many are deemed unfounded and some reports remain in process.

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There aren’t many people who would argue that Congress is working well these days. It’s been 24 years since it passed a comprehensive budget without resorting to omnibus bills. It can’t pass health-care legislation. Its members talk about the desperate need for a new infrastructure bill, but…

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Information is compiled by the Union-Bulletin staff from the official logs and records that area law enforcement, fire and emergency medical agencies provided this morning. Not all law enforcement reports appear, as many are deemed unfounded and some reports remain in process.

BURBANK — Firefighters with Walla Walla Fire District 5 responded Tuesday to a burning semitrailer pulling two loads full of hay on U.S. Highway 12 in Burbank.

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Southeast Washington Association of School Administrators honored Paul Schneidmiller with a Community Leadership Award on June 14, according to the Walla Walla School District.

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Six adults and 29 Walla Walla High School students witnessed the exciting moment when Cassie Dixon won Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role at the 2018 5th Avenue: Honoring High School Musical Theater awards on June 11 in Seattle.

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An assortment of grant funds will infuse more than $50,000 into Dayton community events, social programs and nonprofit organizations, and another $15,500 will spread beyond that through the Warren Community Action Fund.