The Twilight Farmers Market is moving by 24 hours.
Walla Walla Bread Co. is firing up its pizza oven.
SEATTLE — Washington’s Supreme Court on Thursday narrowly upheld a $57 million verdict against the state in a case brought by workers who care for severely disabled people. But the justices declined to give the workers pre-judgment interest — throwing out an additional $39 million awarded by a lower-court judge.
A paintbrush and a pour are the focus of a new business that celebrates its grand opening Friday.
It pays to get your groceries delivered. At least through the month of April.
There are many tax benefits for people in the farming business. Farms include plantations, ranches, ranges and orchards. Farmers may raise livestock, poultry or fish, or grow fruits or vegetables.
WALLA WALLA – Safeway is the latest to put its booze behind locked doors to cut down on theft, the Walla Walla Police Department announced Tuesday.
A mobile kitchen is coming to the vineyards at Amavi Cellars.
A new apple under development at Washington State University could compete for the hearts and palates of fruit lovers in a few years.
The announcement of a new business coming to the Walla Walla Valley often results in headlines in the newspaper.
In a significant break from a longstanding Microsoft tradition of creating services primarily for its own platforms first, the company Thursday announced Office for iPad, its suite of productivity apps optimized for touch and for use on Apple’s market-dominating tablet.
Port of Walla Walla
WALLA WALLA — A request for a $200,000 economic development grant for a new heating and cooling system at the Walla Walla County Community Service Center got a chilly reception from the Port of Walla Walla on Thursday.
Foodies: Get your forks ready. Organizers of Feast Walla Walla are tantalizing tastebuds with plans for this year’s seventh annual event.
SEATTLE — Efforts to establish a quinoa production center in the Pacific Northwest will be presented by crop breeding expert Kevin Murphy at the Washington State University Innovators lecture and lunch in April.
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