Chelsea Durfey Campbell at Lighthouse Farms in Sunnyside, Wash., uses Harvust to send an audio-translated message to all of her 250 employees out picking pears in the orchard.
Makayla Espinoza, an HR assistant Lighthouse Farms in Sunnyside, Wash., uses Harvust to “onboard” one of their 250 new hires to pick pears.
Above: A worker in an orchard scans his phone after receiving a notification from Harvust. Right: Makayla Espinoza, an HR assistant at Lighthouse Farms in Sunnyside, Wash., uses Harvust to “onboard” one of their 250 new hires to pick pears.
Walla Walla Police Department vehicle
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed a controversial bill Friday requiring comprehensive sexual health education be taught in public schools.
The Walla Walla YMCA parking lot is empty this morning, following Gov. Jay Inslee’s “stay-at-home” mandate.
A lone man walks a dog near apartments in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday ordered nonessential businesses to close and the state's more than 7 million residents to stay home in efforts to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. He said Thursday that …
Kurt Miller prepares machines for shipment this month at Ventec in Bothell.
U-B photo by GREG LEHMAN Normally bustling with lunch-hour shoppers and few places to park, Walla Walla’s Main Street at noon Thursday was anything but that. Government orders for nonessential employees to stay home, plus business shutdowns and layoffs during the COVID-19 crisis, are leading…
Americans are turning to humor in many forms, like the sign in front of the First Baptist Church in Providence, R.I., as they cope with the fear and anxiety the coronavirus pandemic has unleashed.
Band members perform at Fourth of July in the Park at Pioneer Park.
The Walla Walla Valley Bands orchestra performs at Walla Walla Valley Academy.
One of the band’s jazz ensembles.
Walla Walla Valley Bands director Gary Gemberling.
College Place Police Chief Troy Tomaras and Officer Joey Langlois practice proper social distancing with doughnuts.
In this photo taken March 20, cattle rancher Mike Filbin stands on his property in Dufur, Ore., after herding some cows and talks about the impact the new coronavirus is having on his rural community. Tiny towns tucked into Oregon's windswept plains and cattle ranches miles from anywhere in …
Davis Elementary School in College Place has added more daily story times for students on its Facebook platform.