As Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days picked up speed for its closing weekend, the Grand Parade kicked off Saturday morning to much fanfare, led by 2020 and 2021 parade marshals Doug and Marie Krueger.
Rodeo action starts up again this weekend with three nights of competition. Rodeo slack got underway Tuesday, with pre-rodeo competition in the arena.
Police are investigating after least one Walla Walla police officer was involved in a shooting last night in the Eagles club parking lot. No names of people involved or information on whether anyone was injured have been provided.
Fort Walla Walla Museum’s annual Ice Cream Social brought cool treats, courtesy of Baskin-Robbins, to the hot and dusty Oregon Trail on Sunday, Aug. 15, 2021.
Police officers, firefighters and other Walla Walla area first responders drive vehicles with flashing lights and sirens through neighborhood streets this morning, Saturday, July 31, 2021, in this year's National Night Out neighborhood parade.
Scenes of the fire that raged across wheat fields in Milton-Freewater, OR, on Wednesday, July 7.
A year after having a drive-through graduation ceremony due to the COVID-19 pandemic, McLoughlin High School hosted an in-person ceremony at Shockman Field in Milton-Freewater. The sun was out as graduates walked the stage. Each senior was allowed to bring four guests.
Letters to the editor published Tuesday, May 11, 2021.
Letters to the editor published Wednesday, May 5, 2021.
Letters to the editor published on Sunday, May 2, 2021.
Union Pacific Railroad gifted Walla Walla with this retired locomotive in 1959. Special track was laid to Jefferson Park off Ninth Avenue from the Walla Walla County Fairgrounds so it could be pulled there with a bulldozer. It was dedicated in 1961, then painted by Walla Walla Community Coll…
Residents wrote on topics including climate policies, teaching students about mental health, reflections on the Biblical story of creation to policies, and educating younger generations about the LGBTQIA+ community.
Four residents submitted letters on assault weapons, wind farms and small, modular nuclear reactors in today's U-B.
Today's letters discuss combating obesity, reopening schools full-time and Walla Walla's support of the UN's nuclear weapons treaty.
Today's letters discuss healthy living, middle school sports, volunteering and police officers.
Today's letters include comments on outside sports in schools, Washington's government, education in the time of COVID-19.
Today's collection of letters discuss unemployment rates, the benefits of shopping locally and the dress codes in schools.
Today's letters discuss animal abuse, efforts to protect endangered species and other ways to discipline people caught with small amounts of drugs.
Today's Letters to the Editor discuss the Union-Bulletin's new letters policy and Cathy McMorris Rodgers voting history.
Ted Cox and Sussanne Altermann write letters on proper recycling and the Whitman statue.
Jim Thorn and Vic Phillips write letters to editor today.
The four queens of the Walla Walla Bears are, left to right, Sara Joe Chandler, Karen Brown, Carol Ann Stewart and Janice Johnson.
A crowd of about 200 people participated in the annual Walk For Life march against abortion Sunday in Walla Walla. Marchers met outside of The Father's House on Second Avenue, where a processional made its way through downtown to St. Patrick Catholic Church on Alder Street. Christina Magnagh…