The Union-Bulletin's editorial board includes Publisher Rob Blethen, Editor Rick Doyle, editorial page editor Rick Eskil and human resources manager Deirdre Bealey.
The death of well-known and well-liked celebrities brings attention to the cause of their death — whether cancer, heart disease or suicide.
Without a doubt it stinks.
Scarlett Lewis’ 6-year-old son was among the 20 children murdered by Adam Lanza at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012.
Allowing wine and beer to be sampled at Walla Walla’s Downtown Farmers Market is welcome. It adds one more feature to an already successful event every Saturday and Thursday.
The suicide of comedian Robin Williams stunned and saddened the nation. His death hit many Americans hard because Williams is a person many have grown up with on television — “Mork & Mindy” — and in movies. Most folks have laughed with him along the way.
Walla Walla police officers should not have had to go to binding arbitration to get a reasonable pay raise.
Is it better to restrain mentally ill people who are a clear danger to themselves and others or leave them alone, allowing them to wander the streets?
Washington state, from a population standpoint, tends to be bluish — as in favoring the Democratic Party.
Once again, the law lags behind technology.
This morning, following the orders of President Obama, two U.S. F/A-18 Hornet jets dropped bombs on Islamic militants in Iraq. The president then threatened further military action. But he also vowed to not get dragged into another war.