COLUMN: Questions about life beyond one's teen years will be addressed during the first of Burbank Rural Library's Adulting 101 sessions on Tuesday.
COLUMN: The local National Night Out Parade on Oct. 6 traveled through Walla Walla and College Place neighborhoods, a distance of more than 60 miles. Four winners emerged from the yard decorating contest.
COLUMN: Nearly 100 veterans drove through this year's stand down.
COLUMN: The coronavirus pandemic and increased racial strife are pushing changes in college curricula, according to an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
COLUMN: Whitman College and Walla Walla University rank in the Top 5 colleges in Washington state.
COLUMN: Gardening friends and colleagues are organizing a Walla Walla-grown farewell for Beth Thiel. The director of the Walla Walla Valley Farm to School Program is moving to Idaho with husband Brian at the end of the month.
COLUMN: Work at the site of the new Gold Star Families Memorial Monument where Myra and The Dalles Military roads meet commenced on Oct. 15.
COLUMN: With a good handle on construction specifics, a strong work ethic and doing well in interviews, former SEATech construction technology students are finding themselves in demand for work in the region.
COLUMN: For a limited time those who can make monetary gifts have the chance to double their donations to Helpline by giving through the Blue Mountain Community Foundation All in WA Fund.
COLUMN: Andrew Von Lossow, 32, shot a hole-in-one on the same hole at Wine Valley, two days in a row.
COLUMN: Much to nonagenerian Bettye Fisher's dismay, her custom-decorated mobility walker disappeared out of her driveway on Sept. 22 near Palouse and Juniper streets.
COLUMN: A native of Walla Walla just completed his 21-year U.S. Air Force career and is beginning a new job back home in Washington state.
COLUMN: Wait. What? Walla Walla Sweet Onions are too sexy in an ad for Facebook?
COLUMN: Closed doors at the Walla Walla Public Library have not stopped its personnel from continuing community programs.
COLUMN: Not only have the Hendricks and Flinner brothers been separated because of the coronavirus quarantine, but now fast friends' families are coping with Lane Flinner's recent diagnosis with lymphatic leukemia.
COLUMN: To help survivors in Washington and Oregon who've been impacted by the fires, the nonprofit Emergency Equipment Solutions has set in motion a huge community benefit in Walla Walla.
COLUMN: There are a number of places to get outdoors, right in our area, without encountering hunters, because 'tis the season after all.
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: 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: 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.
Up to 2020, Walla Walla High School reunions provided a hearty source of financial support for the Walla Walla Public High Schools S…
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: A pair of Weston-McEwen High School students garnered highest national honors in FFA.
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: Two local high school graduates have received scholarships from Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington Chapter 12.
COLUMN: YWCA to host free movie screening at the Milton-Freewater Drive In on Thursday evening.
COLUMN: A threesome of Walla Walla runners who qualified for the Boston Marathon ran the distance in the Walla Walla area.