The Walla Walla School Board, its president, Ruth Ladderud, and Superintendent Wade Smith have done an excellent job making the case to repurp…
It’s been 21 years since Washington state voters ended affirmative action through the initiative process.
Walla Walla City Council member Steve Moss has done a solid job during his first term.
In the race for the District One seat on the Port of Walla Walla Commission, one candidate has a clear edge.
Oregon Public Records Advocate Ginger McCall will be missed.
Susan Smiley-Nakonieczny is the clear choice to represent the newly created West Ward on the Walla Walla City Council.
The lack of civility between conservatives and liberals is out of control. Apparently, it is now unacceptable for conservatives and liberals t…
In the race to represent Walla Walla’s newly created East Ward on the City Council — which, by the way, the entire city can vote on in the Nov…
Along with electing several local officials on Nov. 5, voters will be asked to do a bit of constitutional housekeeping.