DAYTON — Dayton Chronicle owner Jack Williams has sold his community newspaper to another longtime publishing family in the area, Tom and Anita Baker.
WALLA WALLA — Key Technology will cut its global workforce by 8 percent in a cost reduction initiative the Walla Walla-based company announced today.
WALLA WALLA — Beer at Jumpin’ Jellybeanz?
Key Technology Inc. has appointed a new senior director for its Latin America and Asia Sales.
Taste and Tote is getting two more years.
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Cheers to L’Ecole No 41 on producing the best bordeaux blend over 15 British pounds in the world.
A swirl over operational management at the Walla Walla Country Club has reportedly simmered to a close.
Walla Walla-based Banner Corp. has completed its acquisition of six branches of Oregon-based Umpqua Bank, the successor to Washington’s Sterling Savings Bank.
Oregonian Travel Editor Terry Richard will lead participants on a virtual journey through Walla Walla in the coming days.
Walla Walla marketing professional Michelle Liberty was named Social Entrepreneur of the Year by the Business Development Services of the Umatilla Confederated Tribes.
The Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival may be over. But the celebration continues through this Friday with Sweet Onion Restaurant Week.
DAYTON — Monteillet Fromagerie’s legal battle with Columbia County is poised to continue after the Planning Commission voted against recommending the cheesemaker’s proposed zoning amendment to the County Commission.
The Pasos al Èxito program teaches rural Latinos the ropes of starting their own businesses.
MILTON-FREEWATER — Between finding financing, making sense of regulations and reaching customers, opening a small business can seem daunting.
Telecommunications company Inland Cellular has dialed into a new partnership with Sprint.
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