WALLA WALLA — Behind a new fence, the Walla Walla Gun Club may be on target for that indoor pistol, rimfire and archery range, after all.
WALLA WALLA — The Small Business Development Center will continue in the community with another three-year contract, plus the backfill funds for the operating costs that have been short.
DAYTON — With moratoriums on recreational marijuana businesses set to expire mid-September, Dayton and Columbia County are moving forward with zoning ordinances amid opposition from residents.
WALLA WALLA — Port of Walla Walla commissioners sunk a proposal for raises Tuesday.
The Roza Irrigation District is turning a dried lake bed in Washout Canyon into a 39-acre reservoir that will allow the district to pull less water from the Yakima River and better serve customers in the Prosser and Benton City areas.
SEATTLE — Washington schools get their report cards today. The state is releasing the results from spring student tests later this morning.
WASHINGTON — More than 1,000 U.S. retailers could be infected with malicious software lurking in their cash register computers, allowing hackers to steal customer financial data, the Homeland Security Department said Friday.
OLYMPIA — Washington’s lower unemployment rate means more jobs in many parts of the economy, but layoffs for the people who help the unemployed.
DAYTON — Music, food and a rodeo are standard parts of the Columbia County Fair, but this year, they’ll be joined by a drone, a race car and a stream table.
WALLA WALLA — The reopening of the Walla Walla Area Small Business Center a little less than three years ago was considered a revival attributed to the need in the community for business advisory services.