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The turmoil at Walla Walla Community College is surprising, perhaps even shocking, given the school has been hailed as the best community college in the nation. Even the school’s president, Steve VanAusdle, was surprised about the depth of the discord.
Government inefficiency — too often supercharged with incompetence — has left the American people with low expectations. We’ve come to expect a slow response and long line when seeking government help or services.
Four state Supreme Court positions are on the Nov. 4 ballot. Two are uncontested.
Although nobody in the United States has been drafted into the military in more than 40 years, it remains violation of federal law if men do not register for the draft between the ages of 18 and 25.
Once again, advisory votes are on the 2014 General Election ballot. Don’t waste your time filling in the oval or giving the two faux measures any thought.
Walla Walla Police Chief Scott Bieber continues to say he has not taken sides in the sheriff’s race between incumbent John Turner and incumbent Tom Cooper.
Although Congress — the Democrat-controlled Senate and the Republican-controlled House — remains dysfunctional, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers has been doing a relatively good job representing the 5th Congressional District over the last two years.
Walla Walla County Auditor Karen Martin has done an excellent job running the Auditor’s Office for the past 16 years. Voters should re-elect her for another four years.
In the race between Dale Johnson and Jim Duncan for the open seat on the Walla Walla County Board of Commissioners, the winner is clear — it’s the voters.
Rep. Terry Nealey, a Dayton Republican, has done an excellent job representing for 16th Legislative District.