Bluewood is scheduled to open Dec. 11. But with snow having already fallen on the mountains outside Dayton this autumn, new general manager Peter Korfiatis said a blizzard could very well prompt an earlier start.
The utility payment moratorium in place since the pandemic began expires Friday, Sept. 30, and anyone who might be behind on their utility bills must act now to keep their heat and lights on for the approaching winter.
An almost immediate 10% increase in rental fees here at the Rancho Villa Manufactured Housing Community came with the recent announcement of new property ownership, and together those have raised concerns among several of the 55-and-older residents who worry they might eventually be priced out of their homes.
Amazon plans to hire more than 1,500 full-time employees when it opens two new Pasco warehouses next year.
A Walla Walla Valley vaccine lottery starts next week and runs through Oct. 31. Prizes include at least 15 drawings of $1,000 each.
Although new winery owners Toby Turlay and Chris Dukelow are fully vaccinated, the risk that a breakthrough case could impact their sense of taste and smell — a common side effect of COVID-19 — is too great, they said.
Baker Boyer ranked 91 among the Top 200 Publicly Traded Community Banks released by American Banker Magazine, it was announced June 23.
More than $163,000 was raised for local organizations by the first annual Shindig, held Aug. 27-28 here at Yellowhawk Resort and Sparkling House, on Old Milton Highway, it was announced Thursday, Sept. 2.
A shortage of workers and supplies in the dining industry this year has crippled several local restaurants and fast-food businesses.
A Walla Walla Valley vaccine lottery will run through Oct. 31. Prizes include 15 or more drawings of $1,000 each. More of the prizes will be awarded to the newly vaccinated, chamber president Kyle Tarbet says.
A monthly $1.26 surcharge, that could start Oct. 1, would help the utility company raise $3.4 million annually to provide discounts for customers in need of help.
Each year, the magazine recognizes “people shaping the future of wine, beer, cider and spirits.” Sadie Drury and Jesus Martinez Bujanda Mora made the list released this month.
The Walla Walla nonprofit that helps provide free, emergency healthcare to uninsured locals through SOS Health Services in College Place now has its own tasting room downtown on North Second Avenue.
The Netherlands-based beverage bottling company with worldwide revenues of $1.8 billion has reportedly been cited dozens of times for repeated violations of discharge rules in Walla Walla, resulting in $393,000 in fines over the last three years.