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Adam West Day delights despite dampness in Walla Walla

Rain came down early during the opening ceremonies of the annual honorary event for one of Walla Walla's most famous people but it didn't stick around all day. Visitors remembered Walla Walla native Adam West on what would have been the Caped Crusader's 93rd birthday. Read more

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Walla Walla police to start using license plate scanner for parking enforcement

Walla Walla police are adding a new tool — a license plate scanner — to catch extended parking time scofflaws. Read more


Walla Walla police looking for two people 'wanted nationwide'

According to the Walla Walla Police Department, Trevor Gorsline, 37, and Cloeann "Cloe" Barker, 22, are the two people sought by detectives, and they are believed to be driving a silver 2009 Lincoln MK with license plate BRM5070. Read more


Rental fees up with new Rancho Villa ownership, raising concern among several residents

An almost immediate 10% increase in rental fees here at the Rancho Villa Manufactured Housing Community came with the recent announcement of new property ownership, and together those have raised concerns among several of the 55-and-older residents who worry they might eventually be priced out of their homes. Read more


Walla Walla High School's football team captures first win with 55-0 rout of Hanford

The Blue Devils (1-2 record) dominated the game, mounting a 42-0 lead by halftime to put the mercy rule in effect for the rest of the night. Read more


Walla Walla High School girls shine at Mid-Columbia Conference swim and dive invitational

"It was cold and raining for most of the meet, but the student-athletes had incredibly positive attitudes and many posted personal best times," Wa-Hi coach Nancy Rose said. Read more


BLM seeks comments on plans to protect Massacre Rocks area

Although it may look like it to some recreational users, the Bureau of Land Management said it is not playing politics with proposed controversial restrictions to the desert land west of American Falls, commonly known as Massacre Rocks. Read more

Featured Events


Ag Museums of Pomeroy

Immerse yourself in the agricultural history of the Palouse with a two-part tour exploring the hist… Read more


Nature Photography with an iPhone

Do you travel and like taking pictures? How about capturing the beauty of nature on your daily walk… Read more

Botany in the Blues - Tiger Creek

Discover the plant diversity of the Blue Mountains with botanist Emil Doyle.In this fall field even… Read more