A man walks into a bar carrying a violin in one hand and a unicorn head in the other.
Walla Walla County’s unemployment rate rose from October to November, but then so did the labor force in what could be a sign of increasing employment confidence, officials said.
Details about Washington’s international visitor market — including the growing interest in Walla Walla’s wine industry — will be uncorked Jan. 15 during the keynote address at Tourism Walla Walla’s annual meeting.
The 2015 Precision Ag Seminar will be held on Jan. 12 at the Agriculture Center of Excellence at Walla Walla Community College, 500 Tausick Way.
Longtime Dayton attorney and state Rep. Terry Nealey has announced plans to step away from his law practice.
What do you get when you cross the fire of a pitmaster with the finesse of a winemaker?
Albertsons, Safeway, Vons and Pavilions markets from Washington to Arizona will be made over with the Haggen identity, known for its commitment to sustainable local food economies through support of Northwest farms, ranches, fisheries and other businesses.
Port of Walla Walla Executive Director Jim Kuntz will start the new year with a salary increase.
The Port of Walla Walla has capped a year of drilling with a new sewer pipeline to Pasco.
A Walla Walla bed-and-breakfast invites the community to belly up for brunch this weekend.
Banner Corp., the parent company of Walla Walla’s Banner Bank, has announced a dividend.
Workouts at the Ace of Clubs won’t be in the cards much longer.
When the largest British-owned manufacturer of potato “crisps” needed new equipment for sorting potatoes, it turned this year to Walla Walla’s Key Technology.
The letter was one of the first to arrive at the Milton-Freewater address of “Santa Claus” this season.
Has Walla Walla’s bouncy castle palace jumped the shark?
A transportation funding proposal that would increase federal assistance on local airport improvement projects is getting wings in the 2015 government funding bill released this week.
Like a good story? You’ll love Spinning Yarns.
CMBell Company came away from the MarCom Awards competition with plenty of decoration.
Columbia Rural Electric Association is on the grow.
A winter clothing drive coordinated by Coldwell Banker First Realtors is off to such a hot start the agency is increasing its goal in the final two weeks of its campaign.
A new broker has joined Williams Team Homes.
New owners are carrying on the tradition of Walla Walla’s one-stop shop for sewing machines, vacuums and Jacuzzis, and this weekend is a chance to meet them.
When it comes to Internet service, the Port of Walla Walla wants to make a connection. To local businesses, that is.
Walla Walla Town Center could begin its revival next summer.
The state Department of Ecology has created a one-stop database for those interested in learning more about toxic chemicals in consumer products.
A program that’s helped landlords and tenants alike in the reduction of criminal and nuisance complaints at rental properties is coming to Walla Walla next month.
One of Walla Walla’s newest taprooms is brewing up plans for an Oktoberfest celebration.
A Walla Walla wine is being offered as the only Washington selection through the exclusive Williams-Sonoma Wine Club.
A new space is getting decked out for the home of Laila Design Studio.
Jumpin’ Jellybeanz is shooting for some laser tag action in the community.
Curves International Inc. will help women around the country exercise some much-needed “me” time with free workouts during a national open house week that starts next Monday.
Air service continued its sky-high ascent in August, according to figures from the Walla Walla Regional Airport.
A day for the young — and the young at heart — is coming to the Walla Walla Valley Farmers’ Market this weekend.
It’ll be a wrap for Three Rivers Winery’s outdoor movie series after this week.
It’s the crystal anniversary for Walla Walla’s corn maze.
Nominations are in for the Business Awards Showcase presented by Baker Boyer Bank.
If you missed the weekend’s debut of a new local radio show dedicated to regional musicians, you can always tune into the podcast.
A three-corner hub for auto sales and service could be redeveloped in a major but rare economic investment by the Port of Walla Walla at the heart of downtown.
Roll up to the Magical Mystery Pour.
Call it a Sweet scholarship partnership.
A new firm is leading Key Technology’s sales in the People’s Republic of China.
Audiologist Shannon Aiello has been elected to the board of The Tinnitius Practitioners Association.
Downtown art gallery and wine bar Studio Two Zero Two will host an opening reception tonight for local artist Ian Boyden.
Even pedal power will be coming to Wheelin’ Walla Walla Weekend.