The Spokane-based coffee company, Wake Up Call, announced Monday, May 22, that it has acquired all Black Rock locations in the Tri-Cities, Spokane and Walla Walla areas.
Hannah McIntyre is the business reporter at the Walla Walla Union-Bulletin. She grew up in Athena, Oregon and spent a lot of time in Walla Walla. Hannah recently graduated from the University of Oregon with a B.A. in Journalism and spent the last three years in Eugene. She’s glad to be home in Athena and excited to be writing about businesses and agriculture in the Walla Walla Valley. When Hannah isn’t working, she likes to read, take care of her plant collection and hang out with her dog.
After a lifetime of anticipation, Ken Rice's long-awaited dream finally came true on Friday, May 19 — the day he opened his own business.
Eleven budding entrepreneurs vied for a chance at $100,000 to help support their business.
If anyone ever asked Abe Currin if he ever thought he would end up back in his hometown of Milton-Freewater pressing apples and making hard cider, he would have responded, "Cider? What's that?"
Details of the second round-trip flight between Walla Walla Regional Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport were announced Tuesday, May 23, by Port of Walla Walla officials.
Eleven area entrepreneurs will compete in a "Shark Tank"-style business pitch competition for a $100,000 grant during the first Verge Conference.
AmeriGas, the largest propane company in the United States, demonstrated last weekend that there are a lot more uses for propane than lighting the grill.
'Going beyond the check': Sherwood Trust awards $1M to area nonprofits that support Walla Walla Valley
Eleven nonprofit agencies recently received a piece of Sherwood Trust's latest round of grants totaling more than $1 million to area organizations.