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Walla Walla winery focuses on being sustainable, safe for salmon

A hummingbird sips from a red honeysuckle flower in Abeja Winery and Inn’s breakfast garden. Below and past the locust trees on the eastern edge of Walla Walla, Wash., a flock of wild turkeys picks at insects just beyond where a black bear wanders along Titus Creek.

Mesh fence studied to protect Walla Walla bees

Washington State University will be testing a mesh barrier in Walla Walla County this June in hopes of reducing the number of valuable bees being killed by highway traffic.

Wise Words: Psychologist and academic pursued hobby, creating successful second career and legacy

Myles Anderson, 70, was inducted last month into the Washington Wine Hall of Fame in a ceremony at the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center in Prosser, Wash. Anderson, co-owner of Walla Walla Vintners, has lived in Walla Walla since 1977, but his Spokane connections run deep. He was a popular Gonzaga University administrator, and his wine is sold in Spokane’s best restaurants.

Spotlight: Much ado about Shakespeare

We have plenty of Shakespeare in the region this month, including: • “Much Ado About Nothing,” on the lawn at Gonzaga Prep, 1224 E. Euclid Ave., weekends through Aug. 21 – The Spokane Shakespeare Company, under the direction of Kevin Connell, continues its run of this sprightly comedy today at 3 p.m. and over the next two weekends (Fridays and Saturdays at 6 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m.).

Walla Walla CC takes both games of baseball over CC Spokane

CC Spokane opened its conference season by dropping a baseball doubleheader at Walla Walla, 9-2 and 4-2, on Wednesday. Taylor Hustad had three hits, including two doubles, in the opener for the Sasquatch and added a single in the second game.

Street-corner donors feed dreams to get back to Africa

Fundraising in a flaccid economy is a challenge. Even established nonprofit organizations are struggling because people hold on to their change and cut back on charity as their paychecks shrink. So when a young woman sets out to raise funds for a return trip to volunteer at a poor, rural hospital in the African nation of Chad, what is she to do?

Street-corner donors feed volunteer’s dreams

Fundraising in a flaccid economy is a challenge. Even established nonprofit organizations are struggling because people hold on to their change and cut back on charity as their paychecks shrink. So when a young woman sets out to raise funds for a return trip to volunteer at a poor, rural hospital in the African nation of Chad, what is she to do?