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A diversity training session set for this week will discuss the area’s changing cultural dynamics and how to build understanding within businesses and organizations.
A field tour this week of a canola growing operation in northern Douglas County will discuss the types, benefits and markets of the burgeoning cash crop.
The co-founder of Bowflex, a global distributor of exercise equipment, will talk here next week about his company, successful marketing and the know-how needed to build a business.
Farmers and landowners around North Central Washington can sign up for the federal Conservation Reserve Program beginning Monday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced last week.
Don’t panic if you rattle the door at Peoples Bank in downtown Wenatchee and find everybody gone. Last week, they moved your money — along with staff and some equipment (they left every abacus behind) — to a bigger, brighter building about 10 blocks north.
The Wenatchee office of the state Department of Revenue will host a free workshop on tax topics for new and small business owners.
Wenatchee Wild fans can gather here tonight at the Town Toyota Center to watch the hockey team battle the Amarillo Bulls for their league’s national championship on the arena’s big screen TV.
A Foody is a vertical growing system that uses either soil or a hydroponic medium to cultivate plants indoors or outdoors. It’s basically a stack of growing containers designed for clean, efficient and low-cost food production. Size: The Foody has a footprint of just over 2 feet square. Each tower’s height depends on the number of stacked growing containers. A stack of five, which can contain up to 38 plants, measures just over 5 feet tall.
Strawberries and peppers thrive at chest level in Greg and Brenda Hendrick’s home.
'Soft opening' Saturday and Sunday
WENATCHEE — Don’t be surprised if construction bustle inside the new Pybus Public Market continues round-the-clock this week as welders, riveters, carpenters and, yes, railroad track installers ready the $9 million project for a first look Saturday by the general public. “No more days off, no more long lunches,” said the Steve Robinson on a recent tour of what’s arguably the most ambitious commercial development yet on the Columbia River waterfront in North Central Washington. “We’re racing to be ready for our debut.”