We know there’s love for Walla Walla. But does it get enough?
Bellingham-based grocery chain Haggen is donating more than $40,000 to four national parks in Washington and Oregon in recognition of Earth Day.
When it comes to winemaking, art may be in the bottles.
Whether you know him as Special Agent Dale Cooper from “Twin Peaks,” Orson Hodge from “Desperate Housewives,” Trey MacDougal from “Sex in the City” or even Paul Atreides from “Dune,” there’s no doubt how you’ll recognize Kyle MacLachlan after Spring Release Weekend.
Inland Cellular has added a new wireless tower in Walla Walla, on the Jones Building at 1 E. Main St.
If wine and music go hand-in-hand, you’ll want to know more about who’s coming to Henry Earl Estate Wines tasting room and wine bar this weekend.
If you missed the grand re-opening and ribbon cutting at Kontos Cellars’ new spot on Tuesday, fear not. The celebration continues this weekend.
Two farmers’ markets will take root this weekend as operators prepare to open for the season Saturday at downtown and Walla Walla County Fairgrounds locations.
Chicago-based specialty investment bank Ziegler has announced the successful closing of the $2 million bond issue for Life Church and its new home.
Downtown Walla Walla’s gourmet grocery is getting in on the Spring Release action this weekend.
Beresan Winery is bringing out the classics for Spring Release Weekend. And they’re not just talking about the wines.
It’ll be a freewheeling summer when it comes to fares for Valley Transit riders.
Forgeron Cellars will have a blacksmith demonstration as part of its Spring Release celebration.
Charles Smith, the winemaker and owner of K Vintners and Charles Smith Wines, is offering himself as a companion through Spring Release weekend to the first 10 people who sign up for lunch or brunch each day.
Spring Release weekend won’t just be a time to taste new wines at Amavi Cellars. For some it will be a chance to also peek at a new label designed to reflect the brand’s future direction.
Tourism Walla Walla officials couldn't have written a better ending to the 2015 Travel and Words Conference on Monday at Sunriver Resort.
When it comes to choosing a brand identity for marketing the Airport Industrial Park, Port of Walla Walla commissioners are behind the tenants.
Air travel may be soaring at the Walla Walla Regional Airport, but when it comes to revenue and margins the operation could use a little more stability, officials say.
Blue Mountain Action Council Food Bank is looking for help with a 10-week position that will bring fresh produce into food banks.
Community Bank will toast its 60th anniversary by sponsoring a geological wine tour through the Columbia Gorge.
Dayton artist Steve Henderson had the winning design in the Downtown Farmers Market poster contest.
A spring trunk show at Main Street retailer Walla Walla Clothing Co. will put shoppers face-to-face with footwear representatives from The Frye Company and Donald J Pliner this weekend.
A free marketing workshop sponsored by the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin will focus on ins and outs of multimedia marketing for small- and medium-sized businesses.
“No Goat. No Glory.”
Port of Walla Walla Commissioner Ron Dunning said Wednesday he will seek a second six-year term for the economic development agency.
The Walla Walla Visitor Center has expanded to daily hours.
Walla Walla County’s labor force grew last month while its jobless rate shrank, according to new figures from the Washington state Employment Security Department.
There are just two months left to uncover deals at Hidden Treasures.
New rates and charges for tenants at the Walla Walla Regional Airport Industrial Park will be one of numerous options for helping create financial stability at the air travel hub.
Business at the Walla Walla Regional Airport: Is it part of “The Landing District,” or “The Airport District?”
The number of people seeking information about the community and local events is off the charts, according to new information from Tourism Walla Walla.
A familiar face is behind the menu as Woodward Canyon Winery prepares to open its Reserve House Kitchen for its fourth season.
When it came to a cafeteria remodel at Providence St. Mary Medical Center, “green” was a key ingredient.
Christy Barber has joined Williams Team Homes as a licensed Real Estate broker.
Pioneer House Assisted Living has named JoAnne Mohrland as its new executive director.
The Washington Association of Wheat Growers has appointed Keva Herron Guszkowski to serve as the organization’s first policy director. Guszkowski started her job with the Ritzville-based industry group on Thursday.
Providence St. Mary Medical Center is now equipped to offer telemedicine through the Providence Health eXpress program that allows patients to get medical visits through a smartphone, tablet or computer.
The Walla Walla Balloon Stampede is preparing for a landing at Howard Tietan Park this October.
Of all the Airstreams at wine country glampsite Chillville Walla Walla, “Diane” is probably the most famous.
Independent of each other, the losses may just be part of the never-ending product of time, place and the demands of the market. Collectively, though, they share a common trait: They’re all businesses that cater to kids and families.
Talent, interview skills and a sharp look in formal wear will help determine the winner of an upcoming man pageant that will double as a fundraiser for the 2015 Walla Walla Dance Festival coming July and August.
With Alder Street torn up and construction in full force, the Red Monkey Downtown Lounge is enticing guests to its front door through a series of special offers, owner Juston Watson said.
You don’t have to go halfway around the world to find the best representative of your business brand.
Here, it pulled out all the celebratory stops Tuesday in a party that had live music, illuminated performers, local wine, far-flung executives and a slew of travel writers documenting it from start to finish.
When it comes to marketing and business development, it’s diamonds for Gesa Credit Union. Fourteen of them, to be exact.
Walla Walla’s Courtyard by Marriott and Pizza Hut may soon get a new neighbor.
A full slate of tenants have come aboard Blue Mountain Station’s Artisan Food Center in Dayton.
The Port of Walla Walla won’t take a bath on all four months of the clean water that got sent into the city’s sewer system.
As of last Wednesday, just over 13,000 tickets had been sold, according to numbers shared by the Downtown Walla Walla Foundation via Madison House Presents.
Plans are cooking up for Easter brunch at the Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center.