Food Truck Night to ride off into sunset for season Monday

It will be the final serving of Food Truck Night for the season.

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Local businesswomen gather to talk entrepreneurship

Don’t expect Annie Newton to be part of that statistic on women who make less money than their male counterparts in business.

Walla Walla named among most relaxing autumn getaways

What does Walla Walla wine country have in common with Washington’s Bavarian destination and Amish country in Lancaster, Pa.?

Stylist opens salon at site of her start in industry

The opening of an Isaacs Avenue salon has taken the owner back to her roots.

No increase in Washington minimum wage set for 2016

OLYMPIA (AP) — Washington state’s minimum wage will not increase next year, and the state will no longer have the highest statewide minimum wage as of January.

Pungency tests, onion harvest go hand in hand

Debbie Payton has never liked onions. She didn’t eat them growing up, and she won’t eat them now.

Examiner OK’s application of second pot store

Walla Walla’s second retail pot shop was granted application approval this week by a hearing examiner, despite an objection by school officials who feel the store would be too close to school bus stops.

Dental group plans barbecue, fall festival

A Walla Walla dental group will host a Customer Appreciation Barbecue and Fall Festival on Saturday.

Dental practice offers prizes for food-bearing corn maze guests

Guests at the Walla Walla Corn Maze this Sunday will start with a can of food and may leave with a Nintendo 3DS XL.

Realtors, Balloon Stampede link up for food drive

What do you do when the community’s biggest annual food drive lands on the same weekend as the rescheduled hot-air balloon festival?

Business recruitment efforts end in success

On Sept. 11, the Port announced it successfully recruited a software development company to downtown Walla Walla. Ingeniux, a Seattle-based software company, will open an office in the former Misbehaven building at 115 W. Alder St. in January.

Strictly - Inland Cellular carries new iPhones

Inland Cellular is dialing in to the most advanced iPhones yet.

Strictly - Tavern to celebrate grand reopening Saturday

A grand reopening celebration should satisfy any lingering curiosity about Fat Cats Tavern.

Strictly - Women’s stories of business building on Chamber menu

A woman’s perspective on building a business is the focus of the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce’s next Quarterly Luncheon.

Acclaimed wines begin in historic vines for Seven Hills Winery

MILTON-FREEWATER — It was the first week in June, and Casey McClellan picked up a scent he’s known most of his life.

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