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People with education or experience in farming may have the chance of a lifetime, according to Andrew Clark, an ambassador for The John Ogonowski and Doug Bereuter Farmers-to-Farmers Program.
Andrew Clark, left with the beard, poses with people on a trip to Africa. Clark, who has volunteered in the continent for 30 years, seeks volu…
COLUMN: This is my final column for the Union-Bulletin as I wrap up 42 years and five months of reporting in one of the state's best areas to live.
COLUMN: "Sock it to me, sock it to me, sock it to me." The phrase was hip and on the lips of a multitude during the 1960s. Everyone from Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels to screen star Goldie Hawn and the cast from Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, comedian Milton Berle and even President Richard M. Nixon said or sang those iconic words. And now members of the Kiwanis Club of Walla Walla are inviting the community to sock it to them during their fall sock drive on Nov. 13.
COLUMN: Providence St. Mary Foundation's board of directors awarded $20,000 in scholarships for local St. Mary caregivers, said Foundation Board Member Jonathan Ettleman in a press release.
Proceeds from the gourds they sell benefit the Ronald McDonald House in memory of their beloved son and brother, Cooper Jeffrey "Coop" Schulke, who died at age 7 of cancer on Oct. 10, 2002.
COLUMN: Former students of Herald Reid, who served as vice principal of McLoughlin High School, dropped a cake off at his Milton-Freewater home on Sept. 29, his 100th birthday. Other students sent cards.