Alasdair Stewart

Managing editor — news and multimedia


Alasdair Stewart is the managing editor for news and multimedia at the Union-Bulletin. He joined the U-B in 1994 after graduating from Whitman College and worked as a paginator and copy editor until 1999, when he moved to New Hampshire. He worked at The Telegraph in Nashua, N.H., for five years as a copy editor, environmental news writer, columnist and metro editor before returning to the Union-Bulletin in 2005.

Alasdair and his wife, Holly, live in Walla Walla with their daughter and a Newfoundland dog.

Recent Stories

Two dead after crash outside College Place

Two Milton-Freewater residents were fatally injured in a two-vehicle crash in the intersection of Highway 125 and College Avenue south of College Place this week, police said.

Boost offered to new cleaning franchisees

A company that specializes in eco-friendly cleaning is looking to expand and can offer a small boost to new franchisees in the form of advice and assistance from a business owner in the region.

AmericanWest promotes Holmberg to commercial relationship manager

AmericanWest Bank has promoted Andie Holmberg to commercial relationship manager.

Charles Smith to host barrel tasting events

The first public sampling of a wine that’s so far two years in the making will be poured by K Vintners winemaker Charles Smith on Saturday, as Walla Walla Valley wineries open their doors for the Holiday Barrel Tasting weekend.

Local charity names new board members

A charity that dishes out millions of dollars in scholarships and grants in the region has elected new board members.

Banner survey: Northwesterners not greatest savers

Eat, drink and be merry, for tomorrow we die. Or do you prefer YOLO?

New engineering manager takes over at HDJ Design Group

A regional design group has named a new head of civil engineering in Walla Walla.

Milton-Freewater bakery calls it a day

A Milton-Freewater bakery and book and gift shop is shutting down.

Strictly - Winter festival planned for next month

More than two dozen vendors are lined up for a holiday event planned for early next month.

Strictly - Salumiere’s big cheese to get the annual ax

It’s not every day somebody throws a big party for a fancy wheel of delicious cheese, but in these parts, we can at least say it happens once a year.

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