Two local candidate with very different professional backgrounds are hoping to claim Dayton City Council Position 1 in the upcoming general election.
Jedidiah Maynes is a reporter for the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin covering a variety of topics including local court cases. He enjoys making music and puns.
The race of Dayton City Council Position 7 is between an election newcomer and a former Port of Columbia commissioner who is the current placeholder for the seat.
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.
The race for Dayton City Council's Position 3 features two small business owners who say they're prepared to make the tough choices to help Dayton.
A Walla Walla University student is helping lead the way in coming up with a pilot program that has a two-fold goal — reduce shoplifting at the College Place Walmart and empower people to know what to do and where to go when money is tight.
In the running for College Place City Council Position 1 are two men who say they see themselves as assets to the community and they want to give back.
Jerry L. Bobbitt, 67, is the current Position 1 councilor. He ran unopposed in 2016 after being appointed in 2015 to replace resigning Council member Melissa Thiessen.
He's opposed this year by John C. Haid, 34, an education program coordinator with Walla Walla Community College.
The Walla Walla Guitar Festival 10th Anniversary Celebration kicks off next Friday, Oct. 15, and runs through Saturday, Oct. 16, with special music jams on book-ending Thursday and Sunday.
The crash happened when a Walla Walla man attempted to pass while a cloud of dust from a nearby tractor in a field created poor visibility, according to Oregon State Police.
Walla Walla City Council hopefuls had a shared hope of unity, affordable housing, Latino population engagement and accessible downtown parking in a virtual forum hosted by the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce Tuesday night, Oct. 5.