As I’ve traveled the state the last few months as part of the Association of Washington Business’s small-business listening tour, I’ve noticed campaign signs for nearly every race and political persuasion, from president to county precinct officer.
This photo was taken soon after the Mooney building was erected in 1906 on North Wenatchee Avenue, between Palouse and First Streets. It housed the Wenatchee Furniture Co. A physician, D. W. King, and the Western Conservatory of Music also had offices on the upper floor. (Business World file photo)
Here are the medal winners from this year’s Wenatchee Wine & Food Festival wine competition. Nine judges swirled, sipped and spit out 233 wines from 31 regional wineries for the sixth annual competition.
On May 11, President Obama signed into law the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016. The Act allows, for the first time, businesses the right to file federal claims against those who misappropriate trade secrets.
Porch sitting, as one quickly learns as a customer at the Waterville Historic Hotel, is a different activity altogether from just sitting. Porch sitting is the naturally occurring leisure that takes place in the summer shade on the porch overlooking 102 East Park St., where travelers from around the world gather, beverage in hand, to discuss.
Nearly three years ago Pat and Chris Feser began rebuilding their house. Pat took on a full-time position as a general contractor for the home and began researching someone who could do woodworking for the kitchen and other parts of the home. That’s how he came across Jay Acheson.
It is common to use life insurance in the business setting, but have you ever considered that disability insurance may be way more important than life insurance? Why? Because medical technology is really good these days. Hospitals and doctors are very good at keeping people alive. People are surviving things like heart attacks, cancer, strokes, and diabetes, hypertension, things that used to kill us.
CHELAN — The wildfire here last August was so hot and fast that not even metal buildings surrounded by concrete and asphalt could defend Lake Chelan Building Supply from being destroyed in the firestorm.