How to do business with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the focus of a free seminar coming this month.
Out with the chocolate wine. In with the cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay.
WALLA WALLA — If you got a chance to taste Troy Tipton’s elaborate cocoa bean confections at last weekend’s Lillie Rice Center benefit Chocolate Festival, you know his work is scrumptious.
Baker Boyer Bank has announced the promotions of six employees:
Walla Walla’s inclusion as one of the 10 top wine destinations in the world is getting even more ink.
Eric Rasmussen will be at the microphone in the second presentation of the Entrepreneurial Keynote Speaker Series at Walla Walla Community College this week.
Auction lots from Walla Walla wineries and personal donations raised nearly $300,000 for Seattle Children’s Hospital during the 2013 Auction of Washington Wines last August.
Amber Clark creates all kinds of balloon-based sculptures, and took part in a large-scale project last month in New York.
Walla Walla-based Banner Bank has announced a new business relationship with Coldstream Capital Management Inc., a Bellevue-based independent wealth management firm.
The operators of Cardio Strength Bootcamp are expanding their workout sessions with evening hours.
The countdown is on to the premiere of outdoor movie season.
The local Macy’s store will be spreading the love to the Whitman Mission National Historic Site as part of the company’s “Heart Your Park” campaign.
A service that offers home births will deliver some information on what’s involved in having one.
A pioneer of the Washington wine industry who introduced one of the most diverse winemaking models to the Walla Walla Valley with Long Shadows Vintners has been selected as the 2014 inductee into the Legends of Washington Wine Hall of Fame.
The higher elevation actually has a longer growing season with little fear of frost.
Organizers of the Downtown Farmers Market are planting the seeds for those interested in being vendors this year.
Dennis Ledford, the owner of Walla Walla’s Coldwell Banker First Realtors, has been awarded the prestigious “Chandler Barton Spirit Award” in honor of the former Coldwell Banker Real Estate president and chief executive officer.
A new addition at Woodward Canyon represents the welcoming of a new generation to the family business.
A Tri-Cities technology solutions and IT support firm has expanded with a new office in Walla Walla.
Kim McDaniels, a financial advisor for Walla Walla firm Krivoshein Financial has received the Professional Plan Consultant designation for her work and training in retirement plan consulting.
An upgrade at Boise Paper’s Wallula Mill is expected to boost the company’s competitiveness in the growing pressure sensitive paper business, the company announced.
The office of U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Spokane , will offer “mobile office hours” throughout rural Eastern Washington communities starting next month.
A new orthodontist has joined the team at Walla Walla Orthodontics.
Spofford Station Vineyards owner Lynne Chamberlain has been elected to the 2014 board of directors for the Washington Association of Wine Grape Growers.
Results of the 2013 visitor research project will be the main event Thursday during Tourism Walla Walla’s annual meeting.
A full house celebrates local heroes at the annual chamber banquet.
WALLA WALLA — A new era for the Walla Walla Balloon Stampede launches this year.
Saffron Mediterranean Kitchen owner and chef Chris Ainsworth has racked his sixth nomination as a semifinalist for a James Beard Foundation Award.
Banner Corp. is on the grow with the announcement of an agreement to acquire six Oregon branches of Sterling Savings Bank.
The change means customers will have to have a conversion box for each TV.
WALLA WALLA – Charter Communications is making a switch to an all-digital network, and that means customers will have to make some changes, too.
Walla Walla resident Renee Huggins chauffeured the team’s quarterbacks through their victory parade.
CMBell Company, a corporate communications company in College Place, won awards in the 11th annual Service Industry Advertising Awards competition.
Famous couples showcased will include Anthony and Cleopatra, Napoleon and Josephine, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Lucy and Ricky, Fred and Ethel, and Annette and Frankie.
You don’t need to be a guest to enjoy a sweetheart of a Valentine’s deal at 51 East Main Luxury Vacation Rental.
It’ll be a slower start than originally planned for this year’s Awesome Race.
The wineries will be hosting special tastings this weekend to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Glass recycling in Walla Walla takes an elegant turn at BottleChange.
WALLA WALLA — You could say the newest business to join the retail village at Garden City Plaza captures the spirit of recycling.
The tourism tradition that started several years ago continues with a monthlong celebration of food, wine and chocolate in a series of cooking classes, special menus and more.
Just call Thursdays the “Night of 100 Pints.”
The owners of a barbecue business who cut their vacation short to serve the masses when the Seahawks made the Super Bowl is continuing to support the team with a 12th Man tribute this week.
A local travel agency has applications available for Scottish Rite scholarships.
A Valentine and Bridal Event at Walla Walla Carpet One this week will bring together specialists for event planning.
Is Bigfoot in the Blues?
The designation, spearheaded by four wineries, put Walla Walla on the map for its distinct grape-growing characteristics.
After 30 years, the talk of tumbleweeds blowing through town can finally be laid to rest. In the earlier days of Walla Walla’s wine industry — when reporters visiting from big cities dropped in to write about the up-and-coming wine destination — their reflections of a Southeastern Washington town often marveled at how fancy wine came to what was characterized as the Wild West.
Syrah and the winemakers who create it will take center stage this June at Celebrate Walla Walla Valley Wine - The World of Syrah.
Community Bank’s downtown Walla Walla branch is in for a major remodel starting mid-February.
WALLA WALLA — A new wine distribution hub opened, a homegrown bow manufacturer got new life, and air service remained on solid ground in 2013. But despite major efforts to retain businesses last year, Walla Walla hit a six-year low in the number of jobs offered in the community.
The owners of a local barbecue business have cut their January vacation short and will fire up the gill Thursday in preparation for this weekend’s Super Bowl.
The Energy Department has selected a new administrator to head up the Bonneville Power Administration.
A Pasco couple will have a dream wedding in Walla Walla in February as part of the Walla Walla Dream Wedding Giveaway.