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Wall Street

NEW YORK (AP) — For investors, a volatile stock market passed a worrisome milestone on Monday.

Metals futures

NEW YORK — Spot nonferrous metal prices as of 7 a.m.

Business past: Prepared to spray

A new city of Wenatchee sprinkler truck, sold by Dennis Automotive, is shown in 1923. Dennis also sold Studebakers, Signal trucks (as well as other makes) and auto parts.

Square Productions learns from successes, failures

WENATCHEE — Run by Darren Reynolds, Square Productions brings the newest beat to the Wenatchee Valley music industry. The 1-year-old company, specializing in live productions and sound recordings, traces its roots back to 2006 and the early days of Reynolds’ Caffé Mela.

Appraised for all: Time for property valuations

It’s that time of year again. The county where your real property is located is probably going through its annual revaluation of real property for tax purposes (to be effective the following tax year).

Company’s cups runneth over

One of the things I loved about my time at the Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce was watching a great idea emerge from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and serve as the foundation for a private-sector company.

It pays to know the law on wages

Alexa Brenneman, a former member of the Ben-Gals Cheerleading Squad, has filed a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for Southern Ohio, claiming the NFL football organization, the Cincinnati Bengals, Inc., failed to pay her and other team cheerleaders for hours of worked.

25 years and still cruising: Legacy continues at this Wenatchee auto dealership

Don Sangster sits behind his desk on the second floor of the Sangster Motors showroom. He looks out the window towards his dealership lot on the corner of Miller and Ninth streets in Wenatchee. The lot is lined with GMC and Buicks, and beneath the simple yet iconic Sangster sign lies 25 years of a family-owned business.