FCC to propose pay-for-priority Internet standards

LOS ANGELES — The Federal Communications Commission is set to propose new open Internet rules that would allow content companies to pay for faster delivery over the so-called “last mile” connection to people’s homes, but enhance scrutiny of such deals so they don’t harm competition or limit free speech.

Banner closer to acquisition of Sterling branches

Banner Corp., the parent company of Walla Walla-based Banner Bank, has cleared a hurdle in the acquisition of six Sterling Savings Bank branches.

Trunk show for shoes set at Walla Walla store

Shoe lovers will want to step into Walla Walla Clothing Co. this weekend for the Frye and Donald J Pliner Trunk Show and seasonal footwear event.

Wine Valley Golf Club named one of 12 best in nation for value

WALLA WALLA — When it comes to golf courses, Walla Walla boasts one that offers “the best bang for your greens-fee buck,” according to a new listing.

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Red Monkey to host "Arrow" star tonight

Those dropping in at the Red Monkey Downtown Lounge can expect to get stars in their eyes.

Sweetwater Paper & Home expands with second location

Sweetwater Paper & Home has opened a second spot downtown.

AT&T raises the bars in Waitsburg

AT&T rolls out its 4G LTE network into Waitsburg today.

City goes the extra mile for pedestrians with map

Commuting by foot is easy with picture-perfect directions.

Local home sales through the roof in March

Walla Walla’s real estate market is in full bloom after what’s been characterized as an “active” spring start.

Irrigators seeking rarely used review on fish populations

Tri-City area irrigators would like to see the federal government recognize improvements to salmon and steelhead populations in the Columbia and Snake rivers.

vTri-State Steelheaders reels in new director

Tri-State Steelheaders, the Walla Walla nonprofit that works to implement habitat restoration and education projects and promote recreational fishing in Southeast Washington and the greater Lower Snake River area, has hired a new executive director.

Wineries plan to let loose for Spring Release

TERO Estates, Flying Trout Wines and Waters Winery are making plans for Spring Release weekend.

Dayton food center ready for grand opening

DAYTON — The creators of a new artisan food center in Dayton are cooking up plans for its grand opening next week.

Architecture firm hires survey part chief

Engineering, planning, land survey and landscape architecture firm HDJ Design Group PLLC has hired Mark Wendover as survey part chief.


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