National surveys, however, indicate this year’s holiday spending could be down slightly on average as holiday shoppers show unease with the economy.
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’ve probably already made a holiday purchase or three.
New computerized equipment automates the process to produce precise, calculated results.
Wine-making technology from the field to fermentation is making advances in two universities, according to recent reports from westernfarmpress.com.
Prolonged wrangling over a new US farm bill has sown indecision among Valley growers
As congressional leaders scramble to agree on bipartisan spending cuts, Eastern Washington farmers have been left with uncertainty about the insurance, marketing and crop research programs many of them depend on.
WALLA WALLA -- Sears will liquidate its Walla Walla store stock and abandon the building by the end of April, closing a major retail outlet that has served the Valley for more than 50 years.
Owning your own company isn't for everyone.
WALLA WALLA -- A former chief operating officer for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla District office will oversee Port of Walla Walla projects in a newly created part-time position.
WALLA WALLA -- Laht Neppur brewer Matt Black was on a new mission at the end of last year to build outside sales of the Waitsburg brewery's beers.
WALLA WALLA -- Two weeks on the job as executive director of Tourism Walla Walla and Michelle Liberty has come up for air from executive meetings, marketing meetings, board meetings and meetings with other executive directors of other agencies by taking a
Walla Walla Valley wineries opened their hearts, checkbooks and talent in 2011, contributing about $1.9 million to charitable causes.
WALLA WALLA -- A partnership with a new advertising and public relations firm is expected to bolster the city's already busy tourism season and build visits during nonpeak times of the year, too.