The 2014 wine grape harvest is nearly done and new wine is flowing into barrels throughout the state. What a long, sweet road it's been. This year's crop may be the largest and one of the best in the state's history. Growing conditions were superb with a hot, dry summer that seemed to go on and on.
Last year, policies through the state’s healthplanfinder for businesses with 50 employees or fewer were only available in Clark and Cowlitz counties. This year, they’re available statewide.
Caryl Andre of Wenatchee Parks and Recreation passed along a note about the local "Tip A Cpp" fundraiser at the local Red Robin restaurant on Make A Difference Day to benefit Special Olympics.
Wenatchee may have the distinction of being the smallest community in America to offer a leadership training program by ONE.org, an organization dedicated to alleviating poverty and preventable diseases across the globe by mobilizing grass roots support.
A group of civic leaders from the Wenatchee Valley met this week to talk about the possibility of entering a contest to be named one of America's Best Communities, a program launched by Frontier Communications.
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Here's a great feel-good story for our community. Golfer Jordan Broderson of Wenatchee spent last weekend at a training camp in Indianapolis where he is part of Team USA for Special Olympics.
Bob Le Roy and Justine Stevens-McClure of the Alzheimer Association stopped by the office with Diane Tribble of Aging and Adult Care of Central Washington Tuesday to talk about the upcoming "Walk to End Alzheimer's."