Vicki covers business and economic development, including tourism, the Port of Walla Walla and the Strictly Business column, as well as features. She has been reporting for the Union-Bulletin since late 2001.
A Spokane native, she earned her journalism degree at Eastern Washington University and started her career at a weekly newspaper. She has been on the award-winning U-B teams that have reported on water issues, the community’s Latino heritage and the wind storm of 2008, where she learned the value of generators, battery back-up, and practical shoes after hopping downed tree trunks in four-inch heels.
Outside of work she is more likely to sport wheels, skating for the Walla Walla Sweets Roller Girls.
You may know Paul Gregutt as the wine maven who’s followed everything from taste to trends as a writer covering the wine industry.
The Walla Walla wine community lost one of the bastions of the industry last weekend with the death of Mike Dunham.
Banner Bank has been named “Community Lender of the Year” from the Seattle District Office of the Small Business Administration.
The Monty Python star poked fun at the college and other targets.
The store, operating for only six months, won big in customer satisfaction.
WALLA WALLA — The Sears Hometown Store on Walla Walla’s Main Street may be a smaller version of a traditional Sears. But when it comes to service and sales, it’s packing a punch.
A downtown Walla Walla space has been transformed into a studio showroom and gallery for the work of local architects, designers and craftsman.
The beat goes on at Walla Walla’s venerable music store Hot Poop.
The big reveal of a makeover at the Walla Walla Elks Lodge Club Room on Rose Street is coming this weekend, operators say.
Classic cars and classic tunes will be featured in a special event at Canoe Ridge Vineyard on Friday.
Waterbrook Winery is plunging into its fifth annual Fly Fishing Day this weekend.