WALLA WALLA — A proposed $47,200 purchase option to buy five downtown properties for $1,847,200 died Thursday for lack of a majority vote by the Port Commission.
The grill will fired up and family-oriented festivities are on the menu Saturday at the Walla Walla Dental Group’s offices across from Howard Tietan Park.
A couple of wine-oriented mileposts are coming up on the road from fall to winter.
If you’re in a giving mood and have some flexibility in your hairstyling schedule, you might want to mark your calendar for an upcoming fundraiser.
WALLA WALLA — Less than two weeks after a hearing on a proposed 8.5 percent increase in electrical rates, Pacific Power has asked the state Utilities and Transportation Commission for another raise.
A special Port hearing to consider a $47,200 earnest-money offer on an asking price of $1,847,200 for private downtown properties at Rose and Colville streets saw more supporters than opponents on Tuesday night.
Tac Armory, at 84101 Highway 11 between the state line and Milton-Freewater, has been unreachable by phone, email and a knock on the door over the past week, and delivery notices posted on the business’s door imply staff haven’t been on site since late last month.
South Fork Grill owners Jodi and Chris Worden announced on Facebook the restaurant is up for sale and that the last day of business will be Nov. 9.
The Internal Revenue Service has offered a measure of relief for farmers and ranchers in Washington state counties affected by drought.
WALLA WALLA — A proposed land purchase option by the Port of Walla Walla will be the subject of a public hearing 6 p.m. Tuesday at airport terminal meeting room.
Regional auto and RV dealerships are teaming up for a food drive to benefit Walla Walla and Tri-Cities food banks.
Wine fit for a king.
The Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce has debates on its calendar for next week.
A downtown dealership for new and vintage goods is wrapping up its brick-and-mortar self in favor of an online-only operation.
Next week, U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers will lead a round table discussion in Walla Walla on employment for people with disabilities.
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