Providence St. Mary Medical Center and Kadlec Medical Center recently received “A” grades for hospital safety from The Leapfrog Group, an independent national nonprofit run by employers and other large purchasers of health benefits.
Caterer Sipid Bites has a new face to the curry-loving world.
Another Walla Walla hairstylist is offering free trims for veterans Tuesday.
Blogger, retailer and now author: The Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman has a book due out next week.
When Reva Hall’s contractor of choice seemed to be dragging his heels on an update to her business’s drive-up coffee kiosk, the owner of Ole Lady’s Place Coffee admits she became exasperated.
Alaska Airlines landed above the national average for on-time arrivals in September, ranking as the No. 2 large airline in that regard.
For the eighth time in nine years, a local financial adviser has been named a member of the executive council of Raymond James Financial Services
An Oregon author is working to stir up interest and raise funds for a charity that assists injured rodeo riders.
Local cleaning company Clean ‘n Dry says it’s come up with a gee-whiz solution for stubborn pet odors.
The Oregon Wine Board’s annual harvest report suggests a banner year for the Walla Walla Valley.
WALLA WALLA — The Downtown Farmers Market will see a leadership change with the departure of manager Cheryl Thyken.
If you’re the shop early, shop often sort, downtown merchants hope to put a twinkle in your eye this Sunday with Sparkle.
An open mike gathering in Palouse will add a visual twist to a discussion of business and social ventures.
WALLA WALLA — Two of the region’s big community banks announced a merger today.
Olive Catering is cooking up a series of dinners for the cool, quiet season.
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