Buzz builds for Misbehaven Spa & Salon move


Operators of Misbehaven Spa & Salon have been busy as bees with plans for a new location.

The new concept is slowly being revealed in a series of teasers from the business. Those who want to follow along as progress continues can get email updates and links by texting "UP" to 58885.

What we know so far: Misbehaven owner Jeanese LeFore said the business is putting a new "twist" on things. With help from photographer Kimberly Miner, the latest teaser is a series of photographs showing the new space in the building at Fourth Avenue and Poplar Street, formerly home to Charter.

The shots are put together through slide show utility Animoto. The sequence opens with a peek through a View Master clicking through various shots of the building, stripped down for the "future home of Misbehaven Spa & Salon." The space promises to be "more than a salon" and "more than a spa." The teaser is available for viewing at

The salon has already shown what it can do with a building makeover. Before it opened at 115 W. Alder St. in 2005 that space had been a tavern and video store.


Inland Cellular is treating guests to lunch Thursday for a Customer Appreciation Barbecue.

Food, fun and door prizes are on the menu at the wireless communications company's College Place site, 1605 S.E. Meadowbrook Blvd. The event runs 11 a.m.-2 p.m.


Washington's Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna will visit Walla Walla on Monday for a "meet and greet."

McKenna, currently the state's attorney general, will share his messages on issues affecting the community and Eastern Washington during an hourlong event at the Walla Walla Republican headquarters, 343 S. Second Ave.

The event, sponsored by Bart Nelson and Bob Rupar, begins at 12:30 p.m. Light refreshments and snacks will be available.


Milton-Freewater Mayor Lewis Key and his wife, Patty Key, will be the guests of honor during the Muddy Frogwater Parade.

The pair have been chosen as grand marshals of the annual parade, scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Aug. 18.

The 32nd annual Muddy Frogwater Country Classic Festival runs Aug. 17-19 at Yantis Park. Billed as a "good old-fashioned country get-together," the event promises a Pretty Baby Contest, softball and three-on-three basketball tournaments, the Talent of the Valley Competition, a fine art show, watermelon eating contest, Kid Zone, Bingo and much more.


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