PATEROS — People interested in contracting their equipment, goods or services with state and federal agencies to help with this year’s wildfires are invited to a free workshop from 1-3:30 p.m. on Feb. 23 at the Pateros Fire Hall, 191 Industrial Way in Pateros.
The C.A. Morrison sawmill and box factory at Second and Columbia streets provided the first industrial payroll in Wenatchee. This photo is from 1891. The sawmill is also said to have helped avert an early brown-out here by providing supplementary electric power to the city. (Business World file photo)
WENATCHEE — Does the Wenatchee Valley really need another Mexican restaurant? Robby Tonkin, whose family-run Taco Time Northwest owns 44 Taco Time restaurants in Washington, answered last month with an enthusiastic: “Yes — if that restaurant brings something unique to the market.”
As a full time administrative assistant at a local educational institution, Susan is a typical worker. She also has a typical “second shift” job — taking care of her aging parents. Her mom has end-stage dementia and her dad is too frail to care for himself or his wife any longer.