This report was issued in the 2009-2010 school year.
This document contains rules about when you can buy and light off fireworks in Washington.
A letter from Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn informing the legislature of the problems local schools will face if a budget is not passed before government shutdown.
A panel has recommended tearing down Lincoln High School and building a new facility at the current site.
A state appeals court has reversed sentencing for Clifford E. Chew, who was sentenced in a drug case in Walla Walla County.
Walla Walla County Prosecuting Attorney Jim Nagle has declined to prosecute Jonathan Phillips in the April 7 shooting death of Joshua White.
This map shows the locations of planned city construction projects in Walla Walla.
The proposed water fund budget for 2013-14. Numbers shown from previous years are for the city's utility fund, which included both sewer and water. Line 6: Water revenues are calculated using the new proposed water rate of $25 per month.
The proposed sewer fund budget for 2013-14. Data for preceding years not shown because the sewer fund was created for this budget cycle. Previously, the city had a single utility fund for both water and sewer. Data for the utility fund is shown on the water fund proposed budget. Line 5: The transfer in is a one-time transfer from the city's wastewater fund, which currently contains money that was reimbursed to the city after plant construction. The fund was scheduled to be closed in June 2013. Line 6: Sewer revenues are calculated assuming the new $57.50 rate and 310 ratepayers. Line 22: This establishes the first payment into a dedicated USDA reserve fund for the city's loan.
This two-page document rounds up illicit-drug deaths in Oregon.
Announcement from Portland General Electric regarding wind farms.