Summer break is over for My Grandmother’s Garden.
The Downtown Farmers Market won’t just be a place to pick up farm-fresh produce this weekend. You’ll also see some farm animals, too.
The Walla Walla Sears Hometown Store is partnering with DeSales Catholic High School in a community pairing that benefits the Fighting Irish and fans.
Holiday hiring should be merry and bright this season.
They say the former Blue Mountain Mall holds potential to recapture sales tax dollars going to the Tri-Cities.
WALLA WALLA — By this time next year, you may be able to stop by the old Gottschalks building for a new pair of shoes. Perhaps a tennis racket. Or an outfit for date night.
Three Walla Walla wineries and one Seattle chef will partner for an unusual downtown dinner this weekend.
Construction on the 120-room Courtyard by Marriott is getting into full swing, operators say.
A more than four-hour class Thursday at the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce will give the ins and outs on becoming a government contractor.
Technology replaces human touch in grocery shopping service for home-bound customers.
The longest-running volunteer in the weekly shopping service at Walla Walla’s Harvest Foods traces her tenure in the program back to the days before “paper or plastic” was a standard query in the checkout line.
Pacific Power has received national recognition for its Blue Sky renewable energy program.
The Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman is welcoming autumn with a cider tasting event.
Banner Corp., the Walla Walla parent company of Banner Bank and Islanders Bank, announced this week an increase to its regular quarterly cash dividend.
With Homecoming around the corner and the Purple Parasol having closed, a local designer is stepping up to furnish men’s formalwear.
What better way to satisfy harvest hunger than with a pig roast among the grapes?
Walla Walla Clothing Co. will host an Eileen Fisher Fall Trunk Show in a three-day event this weekend.
There are just a few days left to run down to the local Jazzercise center for free classes.
The suspense is building for the first winemaker dinner hosted by Salumiere Cesario.
Thursday is a chance to bid farewell to the Senior Volunteer Supermarket Shoppers.
WALLA WALLA — Banner Corp. will purchase Home Federal Bancorp Inc., the holding company for Nampa, Idaho,-based Home Federal Bank, in a $197 million transaction that will bolster Banner’s presence in metropolitan Idaho.
A dozen local artisans and vendors will congregate for a vintage market this weekend.
WALLA WALLA — The Walla Walla Valley’s picture perfect bike trails will be the backdrop for an REI photo shoot over the next few days.
WALLA WALLA — Banner Corp. will purchase Home Federal Bancorp Inc., the holding company for Nampa, Idaho,-based Home Federal Bank, in a $197 million transaction announced today by both companies.
The Walla Walla Police Department and Integrus Architecture were recognized with a Merit Award in the Masonry Industry Promotions Group 2013 Excellence in Masonry awards program recently.
Work on a vacant Isaacs Avenue building has been dialed up in recent weeks to prepare for an incoming Verizon Go Wireless retail operation.
WALLA WALLA — The Port of Walla Walla is extending a lifeline to help a floundering Martin Archery.
Colleges and universities have sharply reduced the volume of bound journals in the evolving Digital Age.
WALLA WALLA — For anyone who loves a story, the closure of Walla Walla’s book bindery is not exactly an unexpected ending.
WALLA WALLA — Martin Archery could have a shot at survival under a new owner.
CAVU is holding a “Disaster Relief Party” on what should have been a celebration of its new locale.
WALLA WALLA — The move from the Port of Walla Walla wine incubator complex into a new tasting room was always going to be a momentous occasion for CAVU Cellars.
A Walla Walla rental company is laying the foundation for those interested in common rental issues.
Now’s your chance to give your rave reviews on your favorite restaurants, dishes and local foods in general.
The transition of Walla Walla Vineyard Inn to a Red Lion Inn & Suites won’t take long, said Doug Frasco, project manager for BHG Hotels.
If you’ve ever wished you could jump into a book and take a walk through a field guide, you won’t want to miss the new exhibit opening Friday at Seven Hills Winery.
A downtown motel will become a Red Lion Inn & Suites by the end of the year.
WALLA WALLA — Downtown motel Walla Walla Vineyard Inn is undergoing a transformation into a Red Lion Inn & Suites, officials say.
The Sweet Putt is swinging into the fall season with new hours of operation.
The Athena Chamber of Commerce will kick off the start of its 2013-’14 year with an election of new officers at a lunch meeting Thursday.
Milton-Freewater Computer Repair has expanded to include office and school supplies.
A few tickets remain for the latest La Porte Brune underground dinner tonight.
Key Technology has unveiled a new corporate brand.
Walla Walla’s city manager said he anticipates construction by next summer.
WALLA WALLA — The highly anticipated sale of the former Blue Mountain Mall property is a done deal.
The city’s food scene has made it a finalist in Rand McNally’s Best of the Road contest.
Judges in Rand McNally’s annual Best of the Road contest will get another taste of Walla Walla’s food scene.
WALLA WALLA — The highly anticipated sale of the former Blue Mountain Mall property closed today.
Walla Walla Clothing Co. is embracing the changing seasons with a special denim event this weekend.
A few tickets remain for the latest La Porte Brune underground dinner this Friday.
The Garden Vegan Café is back in business today.
Spokane-based Sterling Financial Corp. will merge with Portland’s Umpqua Holdings Corp. in a $2 billion cash and stock transaction that will create the West Coast’s largest community bank.
August was a high-flying month for air passengers.
Three Rivers Winery is serving up its finale in its Movie in the Vineyards series this weekend.
WALLA WALLA — Mark Kajita, the executive vice president and Wealth Management Division manager at Baker Boyer Bank, has been named the company’s new president in a management change that will begin at the start of the new year.
The exchange has been made.
A Walla Walla acupuncturist will give the public a chance to poke around her new operation.