COLUMN: Since March the number of walkers, joggers and cyclists in Mountain View Cemetery has increased tenfold. Its serene surroundings have provided a safe and beautiful place for people to recreate.
COLUMN: Amid the challenges brought by 2020, Community Resilience Initiative will offer a free five-part webinar series, "Love, Trust and Safety, during is eighth annual “October is Resilience Month” community campaign.
COLUMN: While most places to donate were closed in the early part of this pandemic crisis, people cleaning their homes had nowhere else to bring items — so the church became to go-to spot.
COLUMN: Drawing from their travels abound the western U.S., George and Deanna Jameson have put together a presentation they've dubbed “Wandering the Countryside and Some Birds Got in the Way."
COLUMN: A local artist is raising funds for the Pioneer Park Aviary with a painting of a ghostly white peacock with spectacular fanned tail feathers.
COLUMN: Friends of the Walla Walla Public Library have been raising funds for the library while its budget was been frozen.
COLUMN: Remote learning this fall hasn’t stopped the spirit of cooperation between Whitman College and the Walla Walla community.
COLUMN: Concerns over poor air quality generated by smoke from West Coast wildfires postponed the Walk to End Alzheimer's until Oct. 3.
COLUMN: Providence St. Mary Foundation wants to #FINISHCANCER and is wrapping up a fundraiser that runs Sept. 1-Saturday that people can still contribute to by the Saturday deadline.
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COLUMN: Under a proposed lease with the Port of Walla Walla, the 1,500-square-foot building at 455 B St. would be used for a deli and market in one part and storage in the other.
COLUMN: Youth in sixth-ninth grades may participate in an art contest to win at least $5,000 for their classroom to help with technology, supplies and other needs.
COLUMN: Helpline’s services are still in place, with clothing vouchers being given, personal hygiene products handed out to people once every 90 days, and help with food needs, shelter and emergency childcare all part of how the organization can help.
COLUMN: A pair of Weston-McEwen High School students garnered highest national honors in FFA.
COLUMN: The testimony for the prosecution was from six eye-witnesses, all of whom gave details strikingly similar to the details initially reported in the Walla Walla Statesman.
COLUMN: Another problem: Eating, drinking, and sex are things we typically associate with the ordinariness of life. It’s hard to see them as signs of such a cataclysmic event as the Second Coming. We are used to putting that in the context of war, earthquakes and lightning flashing from east to west.
COLUMN: An octagonal barn owned and restored by Walla Wallans Libby and Bill Frazier received a 2020 Award for Outstanding Achievement in Historic Preservation.
COLUMN: The Washington Street Neighborhood can stay in touch during quarantine with a new e-newsletter generated by its members.
COLUMN: The Covid-19 pandemic has changed so much about our lives in such a short time. From the beginning, cleaning, disinfecting and sanitizing have been stressed as the most effective ways to combat the virus. While proper cleaning is and remains a first line defense, it is important to understand the health benefits of seeking out and using safer cleaners and why not to ‘reach for the bleach’ and other harmful cleaners and disinfectants! Let’s explore further!
COLUMN: Two local high school graduates have received scholarships from Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington Chapter 12.
COLUMN: As described in Part I of this column, in order to provide the water needed for the Pennbrook development’s planned golf course and luxury homes, the Port planned to use its existing deep well, which extended into the diminishing aquifer and to acquire two more deep wells on farmland adjoining the airport.
More than once, when artist Tanna Scott has shown her horse and cow paintings at an art festival or show, someone begins to cry.