It’s great to see the city of Walla Walla continuing its work to fix streets around town. The money for this good work comes from a measure pa…
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Facing increased call volumes and overworked ambulance staff, College Place is considering a monthly utility fee of $8.52 per unit in order to hire four more firefighter/EMTs to service city residents.
Milton-Freewater is reporting a power outage for the entire city system and Columbia Rural Electric Association is reporting a power failure for 1,580 customers near the Washington-Oregon state line.
Two people who say they see their city headed in a good direction seek Position 3 on College Place City Council in this year’s general election.
We are fortunate in College Place to have a dedicated city government that tackles the complex issues in the interest of the public good. For …
With buildable, bare land hard to come by in Pendleton, Oregon, the city has long targeted the area for housing. In February, the council agreed to donate land for the South Hill Commons, a 70-unit affordable apartment project also located east of Highway 11. With new access roads also to be built, 1,000 or more single family homes could also be built.
Adam Kirtley is running against Brian Casey for Walla Walla City Council Position 2.