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Almost $85,000 raised to rebuild park aviary
The Friends of Pioneer Park Aviary raised close to $85,000 to help rebuild the aviary in Pioneer Park in Walla Walla.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Noel Shannon Returns Home
A 23-year-old Walla Walla woman is back home after having a leg amputated following a tragic car accident.
KEPR CBS 19
Free skin cancer screenings
KENNEWICK, Wash. - The Road to Healthy Skin Tour, sponsored by Rite Aid, will make two stops in our area.
The Washington Post
Beatlemaniacs, Beliebers, Directioners - why do they scream?
Screaming is a bodily reaction to a stimulus, according to sociology professor Michelle Janning-and since the 1950s, it's also been something girls do at concerts.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Michael Almonte and Michael Butler lead West qualifier of Washington State Men’s Amateur
Michael Almonte and Michael Butler earned co-medalist honors at the West qualifier of the Washington State Men's Amateur Championship on Thursday at Gold Mountain Golf Club in Bremerton.
Northwest Wine: Syrah continues to thrive in Northwest
It's somewhat inexplicable because the red grape often associated with France's Northern Rhône Valley can make such delicious and approachable wines.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Toxicology reports negative for Walla Walla teens in fatal crash
None of the three Walla Walla High School students who died in a car crash Memorial Day weekend had alcohol or illicit drugs in their systems, according to toxicology reports.
Dance festival starts July 28 in Walla Walla
Dancing is as much fun to watch as it is to participate in, especially when the dancers are introducing innovative moves that mesmerize the imagination.
Washington-Oregon stakes claim in sweet onion competition
Onion growers and shippers in the Columbia Basin say their sweet onions can keep up with better-known rivals from Walla Walla, Wash., and Vidalia, Ga., - and perhaps will pass them in certain aspects in the future.
Flood, fire risk from E. Washington thunderstorms
The National Weather Service says an unusually strong storm Wednesday could drop heavy rain on the east slopes of the north Cascades.
The News Tribune
Chardonnay has lots of fans - and styles
Most of the time, it seems every grape variety except chardonnay gets headlines, even though it remains America's favorite wine.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Police probe drive-by shooting in Walla Walla
The shooting happened in the 1000 block of West Alder Street. No injuries were reported, though a home was hit by bullets.
Booming Wine Industry will Significantly Impact Economy in Coming Years
Numbers in acreage for vineyeards, production, jobs and wineries are skyrocketing; that will lead to a major impact on our economy in coming years, according to a recent study.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Home targeted in drive-by shooting
Walla Walla police are investigating a Sunday evening drive-by shooting in the 1000 block of West Alder.
Cape Breton Post
Portals' a musical treat in Sydney, Louisbourg
If you are looking for a musical treat this summer, for yourself or for your unexpected visitors from Walla Walla, Wash., the must-see-and-hear event of the season is "Portals" by Robyn Cathcart and friends playing at the former Holy Angels convent chapel in Sydney and at the Louisbourg Playhouse.
Liberal-arts consortium knits together 5 small colleges
This summer, three small Northwest liberal arts colleges are teaching a course together as part of a five-college collaboration that could eventually help the schools deliver education more efficiently and provide stronger class offerings to their students.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Central Kitsap Reporter
Washington Chardonnay evolves with times, styles | Kitsap Week
Most of the time, it seems every grape variety except Chardonnay gets headlines - even though it remains America's favorite wine.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Texas performer Hamilton Loomis plays July 19 in Walla Walla
Musician Hamilton Loomis from Texas performs a concert July 19 at Sapolil Cellars, 15 E. Main St., downtown Walla Walla.
KMVT Twin Falls
Woman Trapped In Car Considered Amputating Leg
Trapped in her truck for hours following a rollover crash, a young woman from the Walla Walla, Washington area didn't know if she'd survive.
The co-owner and operator of Walla Walla's oldest running ski and snowboard shop, Dustin "Dusty" Maland died Tuesday at the age of 74. Over the year's, Dusty's Ski and Snowboard Shop grew from a single store in Walla Walla to a very small empire of stores in Seattle, Kennewick and Dayton before going back to a single store on East Isaacs Avenue in ... (more)