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Starbucks: Mobile order-and-pay now available nationally

Starbucks says its mobile app that lets people order and pay in advance will be available nationally starting Tuesday. That means lattes, breakfast sandwiches and other items you want could theoretically be waiting for you by the time you arrive.

August sets records for flying in Walla Walla

They flew into Walla Walla in record numbers last month.

Strictly - Banner Bank warns of phishing scam

If you get a call from someone saying they’re with Banner Bank and requesting your account information, hang up.

Strictly - World Trade Center artifact coming to WW flooring store

A 9/11 artifact from New York City is coming to Walla Walla next week.

Chamber awards showcase Walla Walla businesses, groups

A bank whose employees are investors in the community was named Business of the Year on Wednesday at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 2015 Business Awards Showcase.

Yoga studio, acupuncture clinic offer series on nutrition

A yoga studio and an acupuncture clinic are teaming up on a five-part series on Chinese medical nutrition.

Corn Maze set to open tonight

A sweet-16 celebration at the corn maze will have guests wandering through a candy jar and giant lollipops among the stalks.

Key Technology appoints director

Walla Walla manufacturing firm Key Technology Inc. announced this morning the appointment of Paul J. Wolf as a company director.

Tri-Cities Airport expected to add daily direct LA flights next year

The Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco could begin offering daily direct flights to Los Angeles next June.

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Abeja named to list of country's best wine country inns

Inn at Abeja has made the cut of the nation’s top wine country inns, according to the latest list from Gayot.

Tourism agency turns attention to meeting planners, groups

Tourists have discovered Walla Walla. But now the agency that promotes the community’s tourism is targeting a new group of visitors: meeting planners and associations.

Baker Boyer Bank leader Megan Clubb to retire

A new chief executive officer will take the helm at Baker Boyer Bank next year.

Credit union plans event focusing on building a home

Gesa Credit Union will offer building blocks to owning a custom home through a free seminar offered next week.

Seminar set on doing business with Corps of Engineers

Registration is open for a free seminar on how to do business with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Pacific Power residential rates could drop in October

First it was gas bills. Now power costs could be shrinking, too.

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