Renowned winemaker Caleb Foster, whose roots in the Walla Walla wine industry were planted more than two decades ago, has been named head winemaker and general manager for Richland-based J. Bookwalter.
The Mutual of Omaha will bring a mobile video recording studio to town Aug. 11 and 12
Ever had a light-bulb moment? The Mutual of Omaha may want to hear from you.
Nearly 500 people celebrated syrah during last month’s annual Celebrate Walla Walla Valley Wine - The World of Syrah event.
WALLA WALLA — Air travel was on the rise last month, surging into the record books for the fifth time in six months this year.
Chillville is a new glamour camping venture at the airport industrial park.
Those who make their way to the new spot on Lockheed Avenue arrive not only to respite but also to the latest twist on vacationing for those who want to be one with both nature and amenities.
The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation is shifting gears on its public transit image.
Wildhorse Resort & Casino is apparently going all in on a nonsmoking bar.
The Daily Meal, the website dedicated to all things food and drink, has taken on wine and found some of the best of the best in Walla Walla.
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance has joined a cluster of wine organizations to help put a cork in the release of new online domain names.
Expect more road warriors this weekend.
Banner Corp. won’t be acquiring Idaho Banking Company after all.
The Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce is preparing to tee up for its annual golf tournament.
WALLA WALLA — Call it a bonus for taxpayers on the police station bond.
Local entrepreneurs who refuse to toe the traditional retail line are using retrofitted camping trailers as mobile storefronts.
It’s just as well there was a heat wave that first weekend Amanda Ewoniuk pulled her mobile retail shop into a parking lot a year ago.
WALLA WALLA — A suspect is in custody after a robbery Friday afternoon at the Ninth Avenue Banner Bank branch.
A suspect is in custody after a robbery this afternoon at the Ninth Avenue Banner Bank branch.
WALLA WALLA — Music lovers will want to tune in to the Walla Walla County Fair & Frontier Days this year.
You’ve heard of pop-up shops. A pop-up art gallery has even made its way to Walla Walla. Now comes a pop-up restaurant.
The Muscle Shack, the Walla Walla gym that’s specialized in personal training, has a new bulked up location.
Washington’s average annual wage grew by 2 percent in 2013, to $52,635, according to new figures from the state Employment Security Department.
WALLA WALLA — Key Technology will cut its global workforce by 8 percent in a cost reduction initiative the Walla Walla-based company announced today.
Key Technology Inc. has appointed a new senior director for its Latin America and Asia Sales.
WALLA WALLA — Downtown’s highest profile summertime construction project has run into a financial roadblock.
Cheers to L’Ecole No 41 on producing the best bordeaux blend over 15 British pounds in the world.
A swirl over operational management at the Walla Walla Country Club has reportedly simmered to a close.
Walla Walla-based Banner Corp. has completed its acquisition of six branches of Oregon-based Umpqua Bank, the successor to Washington’s Sterling Savings Bank.
Oregonian Travel Editor Terry Richard will lead participants on a virtual journey through Walla Walla in the coming days.
Walla Walla marketing professional Michelle Liberty was named Social Entrepreneur of the Year by the Business Development Services of the Umatilla Confederated Tribes.
The Walla Walla Sweet Onion Festival may be over. But the celebration continues through this Friday with Sweet Onion Restaurant Week.
Telecommunications company Inland Cellular has dialed into a new partnership with Sprint.
Ten years later, Baker Boyer Bank is still a diamond of an employer, according to Seattle Business magazine.
The wait is over for Walla Walla’s newest brewery.
Wine-lovers will find a good reason to celebrate this weekend.
Arcade-ia is making a change for the summer.
Valley Transit may find new routes when it comes to curbing “behavioral issues” at Crawford Park.
A $4,000 donation from the Pacific Power Foundation adds a jolt to the Shakespeare Walla Walla Educational Outreach program.
A highlight in Brides magazine may just plant a seed that leads brides-to-be to a Walla Walla company’s handmade plantable paper favors.
A new restaurant is already establishing roots in the former spot of The Garden.
The time it took Melissa Archer, who plays the fiery Natalie Buchanan on “One Life to Live,” to get ready for the 40th annual Daytime Emmy Awards last year, according to her Twitter feed: Six hours from shower to showtime.
Older family flicks will hit the big screen for Grand Cinemas’ Summer Movie Program.
The newly appointed president of the Northwest Region of Adventist Health and CEO of Adventist Medical Center in Portland will also chair the governing board of Walla Walla General Hospital.
Downtown Walla Walla is getting a once-a-week cleanup through a partnership with the Department of Corrections.
Bookworms will find a welcome sidewalk to inch along this weekend.
Using their noodles on a new way to use digital inspection equipment, a Montana pasta manufacturer was led to Walla Walla’s Key Technology.
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Regional Airport Industrial Park isn’t just filling up. It’s also filling out.
WALLA WALLA — A Montana auto dealer with family roots spanning seven decades in the industry is making tracks as the new operator of the College Place Honda dealership.
“Junk” lovers are in for a treat this weekend with the return of Walla Walla’s weekend vintage market.
Milton-Freewater is the latest to jump on board with free bus fare for the summer.
Union-Bulletin publisher Rob Blethen will leave Walla Walla’s daily newspaper for a new position at the Yakima Herald-Republic, the two news organizations announced jointly Monday.
Sapolil Cellars will be the setting for Walla Walla Cougar Country this evening.