The Walla Walla Choral Society Board decided in a special meeting on Sept. 7 to go ahead with rehearsals in which every participant must be masked. In-person weekly rehearsals started on Monday, Sept. 13, at Walla Walla Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall.
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Dr. Mark Haugen has asked Walla Walla County leaders to have a louder voice in encouraging vaccinations against COVID-19, noting some people are not listening to their medical provider's advice.
Bauman was selected after the school board publicly interviewed her and Rod Fazzari for the position. She fills the seat left vacant by Melito Ramirez.
The Pendleton Children’s Center has found a new place to continue its programs.
Major new policies in Washington that effect drugs penalties, climate change, taxes and other issues will go into affect on Sunday, July 25. The state Legislature passed more than 300 bills last session. On Sunday, 90 days since adjourning, most bills will go into effect.
Minnesota's police licensing board approved new model policies on officer misconduct and protest response on Thursday, July 22, but acknowledged its limited ability to address violations.
The state Board of Forestry voted unanimously Thursday to appoint Nancy Hirsch as the interim state forester and leader of the Oregon Departme…
Ana Ruiz Peralta, a 44-year-old Pasco resident and Mexican immigrant, ran last year for the Franklin County Board of Commissioners, talking about improving roads and mental health services, and being a careful steward of public money.
UMATILLA COUNTY — Voters will have an opportunity to cast their votes for three candidates for the Umatilla County Special Library District Board of Directors.