YAKIMA — If the Export-Import Bank, or Ex-Im Bank, expires and loses its charter, it won’t be due to a lack of effort on the part of representatives from this state.
Before you head out for the weekend, check out this sneak peak of the Marketplace section. The section comes out on Mondays in the Yakima Herald-Republic.
YAKIMA, Wash. — A new juice and smoothie bar has opened in Yakima.
Outside of the Pacific Northwest, Washington wine plays second fiddle to its big sister in California.
If you’ve been to the downtown post office recently, you may have noticed the renovations on a nearby storefront.
YAKIMA, Wash. - For those of you who missed out on presales of Thin Mints and other popular Girl Scout Cookie varieties, local booth sales start later this month.
Time to get a sneak peek at the upcoming Market place section on Monday:
New business stories and analysis are coming your way in Monday's Marketplace section.
There's a lot of good stuff coming up in Monday's Marketplace section:
Judging from yakimaherald.com page views, many of you were excited about the news that Chipotle will be one of the tenants in Hogback Development Co.’s new Yakima development, Tahoma Square.
We’ve got a good mix of business news on tap in Monday’s Marketplace section:
YAKIMA, Wash. - I learned last week from the city of Union Gap that Panera Bread had submitted an environmental review application for a new bakery cafe at the former Mercy 6-plex.
When I talked to Thomas Hale, co-owner of Glacier Basin Distillery, on the phone last week, I didn’t expect a reference to hip-hop artist and entrepreneur Sean “Diddy/P. Diddy/Puff Daddy” Combs.
UNION GAP, Wash. - Nearly eight years after the former Mercy 6-Plex was torn down, a new tenant is looking at locating there.
Here's what's on tap for the upcoming Marketplace section:
I have been writing a lot about new commercial construction around the Yakima Valley, but it appears that existing retail properties are also getting a new look.
Yakima County has typically liked its growth slow and steady. This is not the land of boom-and-bust.
A new state legislative session started last week. Most attention is on whether legislators can tackle the big topics, such as finding a way to fully fund education and putting together a comprehensive transportation package. But there are several business-related bills worth watching:
Shortly after reporting about Craft Warehouse’s plans to close its Yakima store, I learned the store had a loyal following of local quilters, thanks to an email from a reader.
Time to take a sneak peek at the upcoming Marketplace section:
Perhaps it's time to take down my Christmas tree - holiday sales figures are out.
SEATTLE, Wash. - The positive buzz about the Yakima Valley continues with a blog post from Jamie Peha, host of the TableTalk Northwest radio show about travel, food and wine in the Pacific Northwest.
A lot of you read my story on the recent closure of The Speakeasy bar in downtown Yakima. There's been a lot of speculation in the comments regarding why the business closed.
While the Yakima Valley avoided planned closures by Macy's and J.C. Penney, it will lose another retailer in the coming months.
UNION GAP - Macy's and J.C. Penney both announced plans to close stores in the coming months.