Deepest Dwelling Creatures On Earth Discovered By Whitman College Students/Staff
WALLA WALLA, WA - It rose to the most trending story on Facebook Friday and it has local Walla Walla connections...local students and teachers that worked to discover new species of deep water fish.
In Loving Memory Vera (Lybolt) Sonntag Minner
Dec. 1, 2014, 9:23 a.m. Vera Sonntag Minner, 93, passed away peacefully surrounded by family and her loving caregiver in College Place, WA on November 21, 2014. She was born on October 21, 1921, in Wenatchee, WA to William and Ethel Lybolt.
Top WA schools honoured for excellence
WATTLE Grove Primary School and WA College of Agriculture Cunderdin have been named the state?s top schools at the 2014 WA Education Awards.
Samsung and Girls Who Code Announce Winners of Samsung Mobile App Challenge
Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC and Girls Who Code announced today the winners of their joint mobile application development competition, Samsung Mobile App Challenge.
Monarchs finish Classic 2-0
WILKES-BARRE ? The King's College men's basketball team built an 18-point lead early in the second half and held off an attempted rally by Susquehanna for a 77-67 victory on the second-day of the round-robin FNCB/Monarch Classic Saturday in Scandlon Gymnasium.
Micich to lead Force Majeure
WA dancer-choreographer Danielle Micich will take over the reins at Force Majeure from outgoing artistic director and chief executive Kate Champion, who founded the Sydney dance theatre company 13 years ago.
Walla Walla Firefighter Injured in Fire Response Early Friday
Walla Walla Firefighters say they are wishing a quick recovery for a Walla Walla firefighter who was injured while fighting a fire early Friday morning.
Ways to Give: How to help this holiday season
These nonprofit groups provide services and help to children, families, seniors, students and service members ? and in turn they depend on you. This holiday season, consider donating or becoming a volunteer.
Orchestra tour part of strong legacy
From Penrhos College to the pyramids of Giza, Perth musician Haylie Ecker has seen the world through the bow of a violin.
MiraCosta College Presents Concert/Lecture On Jazz Great Wayne Shorter MiraCosta College Music Department has announced an addition to its November concert series. The public is cordially invited to a free concert and lecture about the jazz musician Wayne Shorter, covering the years 1959-1967. The concert will be held Monday, November 24, 1 p.m. in Studio [?]