Seattle native Annie Charnley Eveland is a copy editor and writer. She settled in Walla Walla in 1977 and joined the U-B news staff in 1979. Over time she wrote obituaries, news briefs, court news and feature stories. In 1990 she began writing the community column Etcetera, which started out as a weekly feature and has been daily for many years. Her passion is sharing news about people with the community. She's an avid reader and writes an occasional book column. She was promoted to copy editor in 2007. Another passion is being part of the editing team and doing page layout and design for the daily paper and Marquee, the weekly arts and entertainment magazine.
Two of the 18 Future Business Leaders of America students from Dayton High School who attended the annual state FBLA leadership conference in Spokane April 15-17 earned berths to the national FBLA conference in Chicago June 27-July 2.
College Place residents may have spotted the 30 students and six College Place High School staffers when they volunteered on April 18 for a community service day.
Walla Walla High School science teacher Mary Burt and two other teachers from Washington state will attend a Molecular Design Research Network workshop this summer at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.
The entire slate of class officers at Walla Walla High School for 2015-2016 is out:
Close to 100 kindergartners through fifth-graders swarmed onto the Whitman College campus during the annual Mentee to Campus Day Carnival in mid-April.
Two relative newcomers are behind an archaeological dig to illuminate the history of a Milton-Freewater church that dates back 145 years in the Walla Walla Valley.
A whole lot of mentoring has been going on between skilled Whitman College student writers and students at Garrison and Pioneer middle schools and Green Park and Berney elementary schools.
Members of Walla Walla High School Latino Club will scrub cars clean from noon-4 p.m. Saturday at O’Reilly Auto Parts, 715 W. Poplar St.
Walla Walla Swim Club’s 14th annual fun run is nearly here, said organizer Melissa Gardner.
Jamie Wall presented her work for her bachelor of fine arts degree at a reception on Monday and gave a fiery demonstration at Gallery 231 on the Central Washington University campus.