Typically, contestants in the Enterprise Challenge business plan competition in Yakima and Kittitas counties would have numerous opportunities to connect in person.
As he’s done for the last decade, Eric J. Silvers organized the Yakima Rotary’s annual Black History Program earlier this month.
Gilbert Cellars will be closing its downtown tasting room.
On a snowy afternoon in Terrace Heights, Haley Larson was going through an inspection for a home she had just sold.
It’s no surprise that pandemic-related business shutdowns have led to numerous job losses in Yakima County and the rest of the state.
Tree Top’s leadership will change in August with the retirement of president and CEO Tom Hurson.
In January two years ago, Shopko announced it would be closing its store in West Yakima within a few months.
On Jan. 1, retailers and restaurants statewide were set to say goodbye to single-use plastic bags under a law passed last year.
A hearing for a lawsuit over farmworker wages has been delayed a month.
Vaccines are set to be a key topic for most of 2021. As that conversation heats up, it’s important to be critical of any updates you may see or hear. The anticipation of an approved COVID-19 vaccine is already proving to be an opportunity for scammers.
The meetings and banquets staff at the Red Lion Hotel Yakima Center’s last working day was March 2.
The events of the past year have proven that organizations that never thought they could function remotely can still conduct business. A recent Gartner poll showed that 48% of employees will likely work remotely at least part of the time after COVID-19. The way we work has changed at an expo…
Businesses in Yakima County are rallying together to encourage people to shop locally on Small Business Saturday.
It’s been expected that the marketplace’s future is increasingly online; current circumstances just accelerated the timeline.
An outbreak of new COVID-19 cases hit both of Apple King’s packinghouses this summer.
Opening a mobile food service in Yakima seemed like a good idea in early 2020 for Tandem Unicycle, Soup R Dawgs and Milltown Wood Fired Pizza.
Did your furlough turn into a layoff and now you find yourself unemployed? Even if you’re fortunate enough to have a cushion of a few months’ savings to fall back on, panic can set in quickly. According to American Psychological Association, around 64% of adults report that finances are “a s…
Few groups keep up with current events quite as well as scammers. This election season serves as another reminder of their attentiveness.
In a world where online banking is more commonplace and the COVID-19 pandemic has limited in-person interactions, opening a new and larger bank building may seem counterproductive.
A federal bankruptcy judge cleared the way on Wednesday for Astria Health to sell the vacant Astria Regional Medical Center and the neighboring Medical Office Building to a local investment group.