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.
A young Waitsburg winery will hold its first winemaker dinner in the city, which will also be the city’s first such dinner.
Energy coming through the power line can hit a company’s bottom line. Ways to hold the line on that expense will be the subject of an Energy Efficient Summit next week in Dayton, sponsored by the Dayton Chamber of Commerce, Port of Columbia and Pacific Power.
Walla Walla Valley Honda will hold its official grand opening Tuesday at 5 p.m.
Halloween is the deadline for Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce Award of Merit nominations.
The Best Western Plus Dayton Hotel & Suites bedded down a trifecta of awards at Best Western International’s 2014 Convention held recently in Toronto, Ontario.
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Port of Columbia commissioners are seeking candidates for a board position that opened with the death of Dale McKinley.
Wheatland Village will present a daylong workshop to help people who provide care to those with middle-stage Alzheimer’s disease.
The grill will fired up and family-oriented festivities are on the menu Saturday at the Walla Walla Dental Group’s offices across from Howard Tietan Park.