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Walla Walla Union-Bulletin

A rare opportunity in the heart of beautiful Eastern Washington wine country! The Seattle Times seeks an energetic and thoughtful Publisher for its affiliate paper, the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin.

The Walla Walla Union-Bulletin is a daily newspaper with approximately 80 employees and a circulation of 12,000 published Monday through Friday afternoon and Sunday morning. An award-winning newspaper, it is recognized by the American Society of Newspaper Editors as one of the best small daily newspapers in the United States. With an impressive reach of 84% of adults in Walla Walla in print and digital each week, the Union-Bulletin is dedicated to serving the community through quality journalism, professionalism and integrity.

We are looking for a proven leader who can lead an established group of managers to maintain the WWUB’s high level of journalism and strong editorial voice. This person needs to be dynamic and hands-on; an excellent communicator and collaborator with a strong knowledge and aptitude to learn all phases of newspaper publishing in print and online. Working in concert with key managers, the ideal candidate will have the vision and follow through to develop and implement long and short range goals objectives and strategies that enable the company to achieve and maintain its position as the dominant information provider in its market area.

But beyond the technical skills of media management, we also want someone to become the face of the UB in Walla Walla. A person with ties to the community would be ideal. But we would certainly consider other qualified candidates who have a strong desire to become part of life in this vibrant and beautiful community.

To be considered for this position, send resume and cover letter with salary history and professional references to: EOE

About the Seattle Times Company: The Seattle Times Company serves the Northwest with thoughtful, independent, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism that impacts the community. Founded in 1896, The Seattle Times and its affiliate newspapers remain a family-owned business with deep roots in principled, investigative news coverage and service to its


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Notice of Public Hearings -

Proposed Closure of Tiger Mountain

Community High School

In accordance with Issaquah School District Policy 6883 – School Closures, two hearings have been scheduled for public input on the proposed closure of Tiger Mountain Community High School. Both meetings will be held in the ISD Board Room located at 565 NW Holly Street. The first is Wednesday, September 10 at 5:30 p.m., prior to the regular school board meeting. The second is Wednesday, September 17 at 7:00 p.m. Community members may also provide comments via e-mail at More information on the proposed closure is available on the ISD website at

Published in Sammamish Review on 8/27/14, 9/3/14, 9/10/14 and 9/17/14.