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Whitman Wire

Vol. CLIV, Issue 9
Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Whitman news since 1896

Whitman Wire

Maintenance delayed: Mill Creek development plans remain stalled

Aya Mahmoudi, News Reporter October 5, 2023

The Mill Creek Development plan has been in process for nearly four years. The initiative includes plans for water channel improvements and has been a recurring topic of discussion at Walla Walla City...

Walla Walla considers daylighting Mill Creek

Walla Walla considers daylighting Mill Creek

Ellen Ivens-Duran, News Reporter November 19, 2015
The rediscovery of a long-lost master plan for Walla Walla created by world-famous architects may mean big changes for downtown.
Photo by Nace.

Locals, Students Against Mill Creek Levee Tree Removal

Mikaela Slade, News Writer October 7, 2015

The Army Corps of Engineers is scheduled this month to begin removing trees along the Mill Creek Levee and replace them with grass in order to comply with a government policy that requires all trees within...

Op-Ed: Save the Trees on Mill Creek Levees

October 1, 2015

The following is an Op-Ed submitted by former Professor of Geology Bob Carson. For the following reasons, the Army Corps of Engineers should either abandon the plan to clear-cut the trees on and near...

From Boyer to Bennington: Running Trails In, Around Walla Walla

From Boyer to Bennington: Running Trails In, Around Walla Walla

Mitchell Smith October 31, 2013
The Walla Walla area provides plenty of scenic routes for Whitman runners, from beginners to cross country studs-- here are a few essential routes to check out.
Illustration: Alex Bailey

Actively appreciating outdoors means more than owning gear

nathanord April 26, 2012
Too often, being outdoorsy at Whitman isn’t really about doing outdoorsy things. We need to take advantage of this sun and just get outside.
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