The bank will consolidate the College Avenue operation with its branch on Plaza Way.
Baker Boyer Bank will consolidate its College Place branch with its location on Plaza Way in late June, bringing closure to the College Avenue branch after 19 years, the company announced.
An Isaacs Avenue building previously home to a photography studio and, most recently, a clothing retailer, is being made over into a nutrition business.
The Den Downtown Pizzeria closed its doors this month.
For now, anyway, air traffic control will remain in operation locally.
The air-traffic control tower at the Walla Walla Regional Airport has been cleared for continued operation by the Federal Aviation Administration — at least for the time being. The local tower was one of 16 spared by the agency’s sweeping sequestration implementation plan announced Friday. That was not the case for 149 other contract towers announced for closure. The reason for Walla Walla’s reprieve: federal funds for the cost-share contract towers, such as Walla Walla’s, are subject to the 5 percent cuts affecting towers across the country, but they will not result in tower closures, the FAA said Friday.
A glut of volunteers is needed to help set up for the 2013 Feast Walla Walla.
More than 40 businesses and community organizations will display their goods and services this evening for the Business & Community Showcase in Milton-Freewater.
The Sustainable Living Center’s Builders ReSupply Store will host what’s billed as a grand re-opening celebration Saturday.
A new life coach service has started in Milton-Freewater.
WALLA WALLA — Feast Walla Walla, the community’s food and drink festival, is serving up a bigger helping of events this year.
Liberty Tax Service is getting in on March Madness.
Fodor’s, the Random House division that publishes travel and tourism information, has listed Walla Walla as one of the 10 Best Small Towns in America.
The longtime chief financial officer for Weston’s Smith Frozen Foods Inc. has been named the company’s new president.
Columbia Banking System, the Tacoma company that operates Walla Walla’s Columbia Bank branch, has approved its merger with West Coast Bancorp.
A portion of parking in the lot behind Valley Vision will be fenced off and closed to vehicles and pedestrians, the Downtown Walla Walla Foundation has said.
Red Reina Cuisine is making downtown deliveries.
Walla Walla’s Harvest Foods is hopping with Easter plans.
The city says Veterans Memorial Golf Course will continue to putter along.
Cheryl Thyken was chosen to run the market that runs behind City Hall.
WALLA WALLA — The Downtown Walla Walla Foundation has picked a new manager for the Downtown Farmers Market.
WALLA WALLA — Port of Walla Walla commissioners gave the green light to additional parking at the Walla Walla Regional Airport.
The Stone Hut Bar & Grill is planning its St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
The reviews are in for Cameo Heights.
The Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce is warning the business public about a phone solicitation scam.
Marilyn is set to become an honorary Walla Wallan.
The Red Monkey is going for a record this weekend.
Fort Walla Walla Museum is saying goodbye to longtime volunteer, staff member and Program Manager Anne Stotler.
WALLA WALLA — Plans for more parking at the Walla Walla Regional Airport are moving forward.
Downtown ‘pup’ crawl planned for St. Patrick’s Day
A Walla Walla business known for scanning, printing and art reproduction is getting into video, too.
A handful of downtown Walla Walla wineries is offering an alternative to a traditional St. Patrick’s Day celebration.
Another Napa Valley winery is spreading its roots in Walla Walla.
The Whitehouse-Crawford is bringing a special menu center stage for theater-goers.
The grand opening of a new dental service will have a little St. Patrick’s Day flair.
Movie-lovers can begin the countdown to the season-opening of the Milton-Freewater Drive-In.
Chef Chris Ainsworth has made the who’s who of American chefs.
Weekend warriors can work up a sweat at free Jazzercise classes this month.
One of the stylists at Jabamo Capelli is spending more time behind the chair.
Liberty Tax Service office is taking up a classroom collection.
Nearly 30 vendors are gearing up for the Milton-Freewater Business & Community Showcase this month.
Walla Walla’s Southgate restaurant South Fork Grill will be serving up a new schedule.
Coffee Connection Café is adding a weekend breakfast buffet.
If growth is any indication of success, Walla Walla’s electronic cigarette shop is an ever increasing draw for those interested in an alternative to traditional cigarettes.
Howard Hoffman, whose voice has been on the airwaves and in commercials for decades, will take over play-by-play.
WALLA WALLA — The voice of the Walla Walla Sweets may be new this year. But chances are you’ve probably heard it.
Sleight of Hand Cellars may be known for the alchemy in its bottles. But another kind of magic took place for the winery Wednesday courtesy of a celebrity endorsement.
The Milton-Freewater Area Chamber of Commerce is revving up for a celebration at Stateline Polaris.
The American Banker’s symposium is tapping the president and chief executive officer of Banner Corp. as a keynote speaker for its upcoming symposium.
A pair of fitness fanatics has brought CrossFit to College Place.
The owner of What’s Cooking? Personal Chef Service has whipped up a few changes to the business.
You won’t have to do much hunting if you’re looking for a place to have Easter brunch.
Wine Away continues to see expanded demand for the top-rated multi-stain remover.
A businessman with a taste for adventure is behind the new “action-sports store” on East Alder Street.