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Director of mediation center to retire

WENATCHEE — The founder and director of a regional mediation center retired Thursday after more than a decade of conflict resolution.

Keys to success

After 33 years, Keyhole Security unlocks a new location

Riverfront success hinges on private investors

WENATCHEE — Town Toyota Center and Pybus Public Market today stand as the two signature bookends of a city vision for riverfront re-development more than a decade in the making.

Entries due soon for Wine & Food Festival

Calling all North Central Washington winemakers. It's time to get your entries together for this year's Wenatchee Wine & Food Festival Wine Competition.

CWU business school gets thumbs-up from global group

ELLENSBURG — The Central Washington University College of Business has again earned accreditation from an international group that validates innovation, leadership, student commitment and ties with regional industries.

Turner’s passion for preservation earns him state honor

CHELAN — A Wenatchee-based developer who's invested in the renovation of historic properties throughout central Washington has received the state's top award for his passion and perseverance in community revitalization.

Nonprofit summit to offer training sessions

CHELAN — Nonprofits can profit from training and professional development workshops offered here this month at the Eighth Annual Nonprofit Practices Institute Summit.

Growers expect hefty harvest for 2016 cherry crop

NCW — While no record cherry crop is expected this year, growers in the region have estimated a hefty harvest that will likely surpass last year’s banner crop by around 7 percent.