The Union-Bulletin's editorial board includes Publisher Rob Blethen, Editor Rick Doyle, editorial page editor Rick Eskil and human resources manager Deirdre Bealey.
Some politicians lie. Some bend the truth. And some tell it like it is.
Voters on Tuesday failed to pass a $10.2 million proposal to build a new science building on the Walla Walla High School campus.
It’s a sure sign of spring when trees are engulfed with green leaves and flowers are blooming. Oh, and gasoline prices are on the rise.
When you take your car in for an oil change or get your hair cut, you have a pretty good idea what it will cost. Signs are usually posted at businesses that provide these services.
E-cigarettes — electronic cigarette-looking devices that heat up liquid nicotine into a vapor that is inhaled — are becoming popular despite concerns they could be as bad (or worse) for people’s health than old-school Marlboros.
“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”
Washington state Lands Commissioner Peter Goldmark is unquestionably a smart man. Before being elected lands commissioner, Goldmark, among many other things, earned a doctorate in molecular biology and was state Secretary of Agriculture.
Baseball is a game built on traditions and an unwritten code of conduct.
It’s unfair, outrageous and ridiculous for the federal government to seek repayment for decades-old debts incurred by relatives — some of whom died long ago.
Good intentions are only the starting place for good legislation.