Walla Walla’s annual February is for Foodies promotion gets a lift this year from things with wings.
A Walla Walla man was injured this morning in a single-vehicle rollover crash 9 miles east of Dayton, the Washington State Patrol reported.
Baker Boyer Bank has promoted Peter Allen to executive vice president and elected him a voting member of the Walla Walla bank’s executive committee.
Walla Walla’s formal wear and custom clothing shop is dressing the undead.
Sweetwater Paper & Home is showing its allegiance to the Seahawks — and to women — with a special Blue Friday promotion.
The Walla Walla Association of Realtors celebrated its annual award and installation banquet this year with a “tailgate party” at the Walla Walla Elks Lodge.
A women in agriculture conference next month will connect female farmers in more ways than one.
The former owners of Journey’s Chowhouse and Pub will have the tables turned Saturday with a meal made just for them.
Walla Walla County residents made more money in 2013 but still lost ground compared to the average Washington resident.
The Port of Walla Walla is looking to an untapped market for economic development in its own back yard: Whitman College.
It’s bon appétit time at Capstone Kitchen.
The Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center was named Hotel of the Year in the 2015 Washington Wine Awards on Monday.
A building formerly known for miniature golf is on a new course for kids with a spring in their step.
Been wondering what’s behind the paper on the windows at 7 N. Second Ave.?
A few more snippets about that new barber shop in the works for Walla Walla:
A relocation of Walla Walla’s Life Church into the former Hastings entertainment store building is a sequel of sorts.
From peanuts and Cracker Jacks to farmers and produce racks.
The Plaza Safeway is fueling up to add gas pumps.
What do you get when you blend two brandy-loving theater professionals and a wine region devoid of grape distilleries?
Looking for a caterer or personal chef specializing in Italian fare? Say benvenuto to La Bella Rosa.
Banner Corp. ended 2014 on a high note with $12.2 million in quarterly net income, the parent company of Walla Walla-based Banner Bank reported Wednesday.
The timing of Green Spoon’s inclusion on the latest list of best burgers couldn’t have been more perfect.
Smith Frozen Foods will celebrate the completion of the company’s latest energy efficiency upgrade Thursday.
A Portland-based mortgage lender has opened a new branch in downtown Walla Walla.
The Downtown Farmers Market is calling on artists to help create its annual poster.
Why Not Pizza? Good question.
Community Bank’s diamond anniversary could lead to silver for some lucky customers.
Touchet’s bed-and-breakfast gem has been given Four Diamond status by AAA Washington.
The AARP Tax-Aide Program will make a return to Walla Walla’s senior center.
It’s a growing business.
The Touchet-Gardena Lions Club will be powering up its meeting hall with new infrastructure, thanks to a grant from Northwest Farm Credit Services and CoBank.
Milton-Freewater is saying “merci beaucoup” to its special citizens next month with a French-themed celebration.
Columbia County is making a switch in power providers.
A little more Second Avenue retail development is spurred with the opening of a cowgirl boutique.
The Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center has the ultimate gift for the bride- and groom-to-be: a two-night stay with dinner, tours, wine tasting and transportation.
Walla Walla General Hospital has welcomed a new doctor to its cardiology team, the medical center announced.
It’s a union of two businesses.
The first class of the Downtown Academy will soon be in session.
Graze is serving up a side of generosity this week.
The all-time busiest month on record at the Walla Walla Regional Airport closed the all-time busiest year.
BOOM. BOOM. The whumps came out in pairs on the famously large bass drum at CenturyLink Field. Each one a cannon burst welcoming the defensive superstars from the Legion of Boom onto the gridiron.
The owners of one of Walla Walla’s bed-and-breakfasts are hanging it up.
A show for those who can’t get enough about Walla Walla has hit the airwaves.
A new dollar store is bringing change to Eastgate.
A class last year on Japanese cookery at Salumiere Cesario was such a success that operators are prepping for another round.
The Milton-Freewater Downtown Association is recruiting new year’s resolutionists — and anyone who likes to walk — for its weekly “Work off the Weekend” sessions.
An ownership change at a Walla Walla law firm is bringing with it a new identity.
Washington’s recycling rate took a slight drop in 2013, but that didn’t stop the Evergreen state from being among the top of the heap for rates across the nation.
It’s shaping up to be a year of expansion for a Walla Walla fitness center.