A sale happening through this month is a book-lover’s dream.
The state Department of Labor & Industries will close down its technology kiosk at the Port of Walla Walla administrative office at the end of this year.
Don’t get your mouth watering for that fondue party at Salumiere Cesario just yet.
The Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman is offering an option for staying warm with a complimentary tasting of the Italian-style wines of local resident Gino Cuneo.
The promise of free coffee at Milton-Freewater’s new highly anticipated java stand had lines brimming over onto the highway.
WALLA WALLA — Cold weather is putting a freeze on the annual Macy’s Parade of Lights scheduled for this weekend.
WALLA WALLA — An event custom-made to celebrate the “Stars of the Valley” paid tribute to a pair of classics Wednesday night.
Officials granted a rate increase for electricity, but not as much as the company wanted.
Customers can safely swipe their cards at URM stores now that a cyber attack on the payment processing system has been blocked.
National surveys, however, indicate this year’s holiday spending could be down slightly on average as holiday shoppers show unease with the economy.
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’ve probably already made a holiday purchase or three.
A Walla Walla clothing studio is opening, run by a woman with long credits in the movies.
The median sale price also increased as the market recovers from the real estate crash.
Olive Marketplace & Café is opening up its kitchen for a new cooking series.
The early bird gets the tamale.
The “Stars of the Valley” will be shining next week during the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet.
Local artists are trying out the concept of pop-up galleries to display their work en masse for the public.
WALLA WALLA — Inside the empty showroom of what used to be a pool and spa business at the corner of Alder Street and Second Avenue, two women measure space on the walls for an exhibit of large-scale paintings.
Salumiere Cesario continues its post-Thanksgiving tradition — treating the turkey hangover with rare cheese.
Expect some quality wines to come from the 2013 grapes.
Talk about catching fire.
The table setting at the Northstar Blending Experience is a cross between “Downton Abbey” and a chemistry lab.
The owners of a franchise specializing in batteries and light bulbs are shedding a little light on their new location in Walla Walla.
A ski and snowboarding gear and clothing sale of epic proportions is coming to Wildhorse Resort this weekend.
Walla Walla General Hospital has announced a new vice president for patient care for Walla Walla’s Adventist Health services.
Columbia Basin Hearing Center has expanded its Walla Walla presence with the purchase of Certified Hearing Services, according to an announcement.
Inland Octopus is extending its hours.
Three local dentists were among the more than 400 health care professionals in attendance at the third annual American Academy for Oral Systemic Health Science meeting in Las Vegas recently.
WALLA WALLA — A self-guided agri-tourism promotion helps visitors eat their way from the state capitol to now the “Capital of Washington Wine (and Food) Country.”
Bubbly will be the beverage of the day during a tasting Thursday at the Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman shop.
My Grandmother’s Garden is getting into the spirit of the holiday season.
Gotta Have It is dedicating a portion of its sales to Relay for Life during a special shopping event Thursday.
A new principal and a new associate have been named at USKH Inc., the employee-owned design, architecture, engineering, environmental, planning and land surveying firm that has an office in Walla Walla.
If you find yourself too woozy to get behind the wheel, you may soon have help from the Tipsy Taxi.
WALLA WALLA — Robust cash reserves and nonoperating revenue will bolster a hearty 2014 Port of Walla Walla budget, based on a first look at a draft from the agency last week.
A group shop slated for downtown’s Main Street will bring art, photography, furniture, antiques and more under one roof.
Ol’ St. Nick will make a stop at Walla Walla’s historic hotel.
Sandi Wicher of Harmony & Health has completed another Master Trainers course with Dr. Paul Lam and the Tai Chi for Health Institute.
Commissioners unanimously voted against an increase in the regular property tax levy.
WALLA WALLA — Robust cash reserves and nonoperating revenue will bolster a hearty 2014 Port of Walla Walla budget, based on a first look at a draft from the agency last week. The Port’s forecast receipts will top $18 million next year, while the airport will operate with just under $4 million, according to preliminary figures.
If they can turn a plumbing shop into a salon, imagine what they can do with hair.
When do two quarters make 75 cents? When they’re donated to Community Bank’s Change for Charity Drive.
If you arrive at the Walla Walla Regional Airport 30 minutes before your flight, you’ll soon find out you’re 10 minutes too late. Alaska Airlines has changed its check-in times at airports across the country, said Walla Walla Regional Airport Manager Jennifer Skoglund.
WALLA WALLA — The Macy’s Parade of Lights will start an hour deeper into the evening this year.
The Milton-Freewater Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for special awards for its 66th annual Awards Banquet.
Santa Claus is coming to town.
Quizno’s is back in business.
A workshop this month on solar photo voltaic energy generation and solar investment strategies will kick off a series of monthly public workshops from the Sustainable Living Center.
Milton-Freewater’s Main Street will be lit and lively for the community’s Christmas Magic Light Parade.
LeFore’s Spa and Walla Walla Grand Cinemas are teaming up for a “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” promotion that will blow your hair back. Or possibly up.
The Nov. 1 Walla Walla Wine Auction by Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho raised more than $125,000 for health care, education and advocacy services in Walla Walla County, the agency announced.
Key Technology has introduced a new cleaning system for one of its machines.
Lillie Rice Center has been awarded a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities for its community employment services.