MILTON-FREEWATER — The proposed Night Moves adult entertainment business may not see the proverbial light of day.
Know of an employer who goes the extra mile to hire those with disabilities?
Walla Walla real estate appraiser John “Jack” Fredrickson earned a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Appraisal Institute during the operation’s annual meeting Wednesday in Dallas.
MILTON-FREEWATER — A place where women formerly pumped up is being transformed into a place where they strip down.
When is a fish fry more than a fish fry?
Dr. Dan Laizure will extend free dental services to veterans Friday during a special event at Walla Walla Dental Care.
If the site of a new Jimmy John’s on Rose Street has your appetite building for fresh, cold-style sandwiches, take heed.
Tourism’s still the game. But from here on out, it won’t be part of the name.
A Walla Walla brew named for those behind bars earned a medal during the Washington Beer Awards.
The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board is offering a couple of shots at liquor service training.
City workers are putting a shine on downtown Walla Walla in preparation for the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover.
A four-hour job fair at the Walla Walla VA Medical Center on Wednesday offers job seekers a shot at more than 100 different positions around the region.
Although it’s not actually new to Walla Walla, there was one ceremony that yarn and haberdashery shop Ceremonial Wool had missed until late last week. The tradition of a ribbon-cutting.
MILTON-FREEWATER — A $75,000 grant through the National Endowment for the Arts will bring a performance custom-made for the community to the Valley and help build a bridge between the Anglo and Latino cultures at the same time.
The same metal that made fighting the fire at Martin Archery earlier this month such a precarious endeavor is also believed to be what caused it in the first place.
The music festival symbolized by wings is anticipating some pedal power.
Fun fact about the people who plan to bring fiber-to-the-home in Walla Walla: They’ve done this before.
Internet speeds at 100 times faster than broadband are coming to Walla Walla about 100 times faster than other rural American communities under a new initiative announced today by PocketiNet Communications.
Those who live in Walla Walla already know it’s a nice place to be. But those who don’t could find a smart place to make a move.
The Marc Restaurant has a new supervisor over sweets.
Pepper Bridge Winery is offering a new way to taste wine and food.
The transformation is beginning to take shape.
If you’re wondering what kind of “Italian” the new Italian restaurant on Second Avenue is going to be, the name gives a hint.
It’s hard to make a road map for broadband connectivity development if you don’t start with all the coordinates.
The Marc Restaurant continues its streak on Wine Enthusiast magazine’s Top 100 Wine Restaurants in America.
The president of the world-famous Walla Walla bow-making firm said the company still has a healthy future after a fire Wednesday night ravaged the 17,000-square-foot machine shop where the bows are manufactured, painted and treated.
From global leader to near broke six decades later to a revival just two years ago, the Walla Walla bow manufacturer suffered another hit after a fire roared through the machine shop after nightfall Wednesday.
Walla Walla Valley Honda is rolling forward with showstopper of an anniversary celebration this month.
Next week Red Monkey launches its first ever Burger Week as a fundraiser for the Washington State Council of Firefighters Burn Foundation.
In its third year, the Celebrate Walla Walla Valley Wine event is turning into a must-see for wine-lovers.
Washington’s population surpassed 7 million people, and Walla Walla’s grew at an annual rate of more than one half of 1 percent for the first time in years, according to the latest figures from the state Office of Financial Management.
Air travelers gave the Walla Walla Regional Airport its best June passenger counts in history and its second best ever.
The Walla Walla bank made the cut in Seattle Business magazine’s annual listing of best places to work. This is the 11th consecutive year Baker Boyer has been honored.
The story of Walla Walla’s newest mobile ice cream vendor starts with a vintage truck, a canopy of vines, a pizza guy and a firearm.
Hitched not only to the national food-truck trend, Walla Walla’s convoy of mobile vendors is growing one trailer at a time.
A Walla Walla insurance agent has joined Guide Insurance Services, bringing the independent agency into the community.
There’s a revival taking shape at the old Pastime Cafe site.
The value of construction projects in Walla Walla County for the first six months of the year passed $15 million.
RV travelers who need a place to park for the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover music festival can come in for a landing at the Walla Walla Regional Airport.
Jumpin’ Jellybeanz may land on its feet in Touchet.
A Pasco education series on mobile vending is designed to give entrepreneurs the keys to operating their own food truck businesses.
A Northwest trip might have been the prize on an episode of “Wheel of Fortune” last fall. But Walla Walla is coming out a winner in it.
It doesn’t hurt to have a celebrity endorsement.
Connections Counseling has announced the addition of both a new counselor and new services.
A cornerside downtown tasting room has become an intersection for Italian and Spanish wines.
With nine breweries and counting, it’ll be nothing but smiles for beer-lovers at Milton-Freewater’s first Brews by The Blues event coming next month.
South Fork Grill’s closure is more like a transformation, after all.
Gesa Credit Union will forego the golden shovels in place of an “Earth moving” groundbreaking ceremony this morning at its second Yakima Valley branch.
Bee informed — that’s what participants in the Blue Mountain Land Trust’s latest learning program will be when they wrap up a tour of Clearview Farms on Saturday.