Whether you take in the Thanksgiving sales, get a jump on Black Friday or wait until Cyber Monday, shopping is more than likely on your list of things to do.
The Starbuck/Lyons Ferry Marina KOA campground was recognized with the 2016 President’s Award from Kampgrounds of America last week.
Tour company Dream Ride Charters is warming up for holiday light tours.
Walla Walla’s independent toy store is going into holiday mode.
For the second month in a row Walla Walla County posted its lowest unemployment rate in seven years. This time it was also among the lowest in the state.
The Force awakens with every stitch.
Waitsburg, wine-lovers and seasonal vineyard workers were all the winners earlier this month in a record-breaking ¡Salud! auction event in Hillsboro, Ore.
Every time Thanksgiving rolls around you can be sure a wheel of cheese isn’t far behind.
A new tour company is highlighting day trips throughout the region.
Walla Walla has found its way to another flattering list.
Plans are already taking off for next year’s Walla Walla Balloon Stampede.
Real estate inventory continued to drop in October, leading to an overall increase in prices for homes that are available.
Have a childhood photo of Frosty?
Kennewick-based Ashby Law has hired Jill Peiterson as managing attorney for the firm’s new Walla Walla office at 30 W. Main St., Suite 202.
It’s been one year since Wingman Birdz & Brewz made a landing at Palouse and Main streets.
Alaska Airlines is set to embark on a three-flight schedule four days a week in Walla Walla.
T. Maccarone’s celebrates its 10th anniversary this weekend with a reception for its customers.
Walla Walla Pediatric Dentistry is working to bring some holiday cheer to the Christian Aid Center through donations of cold-weather items.
More than 6,000 pounds of food were collected in McCurley Integrity Toyota’s recent food drive for the Blue Mountain Action Council Food Bank.
The Port of Walla Walla will hire an employment search firm to help find its next executive director.
A retail event downtown this weekend puts a spin on an old adage. In this case, all that glitters may save you some proverbial gold.
Dunham Cellars winemaker Dan Wampfler will become head winemaker at Abeja at the start of the new year and be joined on the winemaking team by his wife, Amy Alvarez-Wampfler, as associate winemaker.
A demand for homecare and personal support workers to care for an aging population and people with disabilities is behind an employment recruitment event next week in Milton-Freewater.
Walla Walla Clothing Co. and its Tri-Cities sister store TWIST are collecting coats and sweaters for those in need as a tandem piece of their first Warm up for Winter sales event.
More passengers have flown in and out of the Walla Walla Regional Airport between January and October of this year than for any total year between 2003 and 2013, new numbers show.
Hidden Valley Bakery hosts its Annual Pie Open House this weekend.
The Tucannon River Wind Farm’s 267-megawatt wind project in Columbia County, has become the first energy project in North America to receive an Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure Envision Gold Award.
It’s a Great Pumpkin Thank You from Quail Run Retirement.
Telander Gallery will hold its two-year anniversary reception from 5-7 p.m. Thursday at 34 S. Colville St.
Call it a scissor salute. Great Clips will honor veterans Wednesday with complimentary cuts.
Elected officials from local city councils to representatives from the governor’s office will be in attendance Thursday at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce’s annual Legislative Luncheon.
The influx of indoor grow operations is sparking another conversation about the legalization of marijuana in Washington and Oregon. This time about electricity and capacity.
Downtown Walla Walla real estate operation DiDario Colón has been announced as the newest affiliate of Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC and will now operate as Walla Walla Sotheby’s International Realty.
Dayton dentist Norm Passmore is retiring after 33 years in practice, he announced in a news release.
Wine Away has made its mark with Nordstrom.
Where does a winery without a tasting room go to share its new wines during Fall Release?
Mobile pizzeria Why Not Pizza is having last call at Burwood Brewery this weekend.
The window is closing on two downtown walk-up eateries.
It’s not the Squire Broel you’re used to seeing.
Amavi Cellars isn’t just inviting guests to the Southside winery for Fall Release this weekend. It’s also gone out of its way to show them what a good time they can have.
Junque Jingle takes place Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., at Valley Chapel Community Center, the old school house on Valley Chapel Road.
Just Right Books will have a change in hours for the next two weeks.
The state’s unemployment agency has rolled out a new website that should make access easier for those needing services.
A new exhibition will be toasted with some new wine releases Thursday at Studio TWOZEROTWO.
The vice president of operations for Oregon tourism organization Travel Oregon will be the guest of honor Wednesday at a luncheon hosted by the Milton-Freewater Area Chamber of Commerce.
Airport District winery Bontzu Cellars had its first Spring Release in 2015.
What varietals of grapes are grown, and where, is now online, including a 3-D map.
Communications veteran Melissa Hansen will be based out of Washington State University’s Wine Science Center in Richland.
The plan, a requirement of the FAA for airports every 10 years, ultimately serves as a guide to set priorities and land FAA support.
Owners of the Walla Walla winery, built on a working wheat ranch to bring two of the Valley’s signature crops together, have announced plans to close after a decade in wine.