WENATCHEE — The North Central Educational Service District has completed a $1.2 million remodel of its four-story headquarters at 430 Olds Station Road.
WENATCHEE — A 455-unit apartment complex has been proposed for the northern Lineage Logistics property, along Riverfront Park at the base of Fifth Street in Wenatchee.
WENATCHEE — Our Valley Our Future and the Washington State University Center for Innovation have launched a month-long survey asking local businesses and organizations about topics they are researching.
YAKIMA — More apples, pears and cherries from the Pacific Northwest could be shipped to China in the next two years under the phase one agreement between the U.S. and China that was signed Wednesday.
EAST WENATCHEE — The Douglas County PUD Commission is expected to vote Jan. 27 on proposed power rate increases targeting cryptocurrency miners and data centers.
SEATTLE — Washington’s technology giants were both among the top 10 recipients of U.S. patents in 2019, a record year for new intellectual property.
CASHMERE — Liberty Orchards, now in its 100th year as the maker of Aplets & Cotlets, is looking for a possible sale or merger.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Boeing’s new chief executive, David Calhoun, assumed the job on Monday as the U.S. planemaker battles to recover from two fatal crashes of 737 MAX planes that killed 346 people in five months and led to the model’s worldwide grounding in March.
WENATCHEE — A median house in the Wenatchee market sold for $349,900 in 2019, up 8% from 2018’s $325,000.
NCW — The U.S. Census Bureau’s largest operation of the decade is underway with in-person, postal and web-based outreach as the organization attempts to count every person in the nation.
The mural of the Wenatchee Valley College Knight's mascot comes tumbling down while demolition crews begin their first full day of destruction at Wells Hall on the Wenatchee campus Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020. The building is being replaced by a three-story structure.
WENATCHEE — Drivers are advised to drive cautiously on Western Avenue next week as Chelan County PUD works on power lines.
WENATCHEE — Flavors borrowed from Asia, cooking techniques from Europe and served in Downtown Wenatchee — That’s what’s on the menu at Atlas Fare, a seafood-focused restaurant that opened last month.
WENATCHEE — Businesses can now work directly with Clean Harbors Environmental Services of Kent to safely dispose of moderate risk waste.
EAST WENATCHEE — Macy’s Wenatchee Valley Mall location has been spared from the company’s latest round of store closures, a company spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday.
MOUNT VERNON — As bans on plastic straws continue to increase, businesses are being started to provide alternatives.
WENATCHEE — The former Elks Lodge building, home to the BPOE Grand Ballroom, is for sale for $2.4 million.
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for its annual Business of the Year and Nonprofit of the Year awards.
WALLA WALLA — Macy's will close its Walla Walla store, the retail anchor of downtown's Main Street in the historic Liberty Theater building, the company said.
WENATCHEE — Kelsey Alvarado first visited Owl Soda Fountain & Gifts on a date with her husband in 2018.
It’s now 2020 — a new decade and an opportunity to think about and plan for the future. It’s also a time to reflect on the past decade. What were the major trends? What impacted our economy, both negatively and positively? What stories will stick in the history books?
CASHMERE — The custom-cut concrete pieces are lowered by crane and fit together like a jigsaw puzzle. They’ll form the new roof of the Sherman Reservoir, the heart of Cashmere’s water system.
SEATTLE — Since the second fatal 737 Max crash, in Ethiopia in March, and the subsequent worldwide grounding of the jet, Boeing — the company that built the Pacific Northwest’s manufacturing economy and made the region a global powerhouse of aerospace technology — has suffered a precipitous fall.
On Jan. 25, the 2020 Women in Agriculture Conference will offer women in Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Alaska and Hawaii a unique opportunity to gather in 34 different locations for a one-day event featuring knowledgeable speakers, inspiring stories, networking with other producers and…
WENATCHEE — Fence builders were getting $13 an hour 15 months ago, when Paul Coppock started putting together cost estimates for projects designed to increase the safety of Wenatchee schools.
WENATCHEE — The Tiki Hawaiian Barbeque restaurant on North Wenatchee Avenue will reopen within the next week with new owners and an expanded menu.
WENATCHEE — The Cascadian Apartments, one of the valley’s largest and most prominent apartment complexes for low-income seniors, will convert from subsidized to market-rate rents at the end of 2020.
WENATCHEE — Three affordable housing projects in Chelan and Douglas counties are among 46 to receive $91.6 million from the state Housing Trust Fund, federal HOME and National Housing Trust Fund programs.
EAST WENATCHEE — Should a public utility take economic development impacts into consideration as it plans power rate structures?
SEATTLE — More workers received their schedules at least two weeks in advance during the first year of a Seattle law meant to make their lives less hectic, a new report says.
Beleaguered Boeing is putting its future in an industrial veteran who has led several companies in crisis, began his career at engine maker General Electric and has already spent a decade on the board of the world’s largest planemaker.
QUINCY — The Port of Quincy is expanding its Quincy intermodal terminal, a storage and transfer facility for trains and trucks.
WENATCHEE — Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort owner Larry Scrivanich and General Manager Josh Jorgensen discussed their current season, major expansion plans and the state of the ski industry during the December edition of Wenatchee World Forum.
YAKIMA — With 10 days left until the end of the month, many retailers in the Yakima Valley have already exhausted their stock of Cosmic Crisp apples, which officially launched Dec. 1.
WENATCHEE — The Chelan-Douglas Regional Port Authority on Monday arranged a meeting of 50 stakeholders to discuss the Douglas County PUD’s proposed rate increases for cryptocurrency miners and data centers.
EAST WENATCHEE — Douglas County PUD plans to significantly raise power rates for cryptocurrency miners and data centers, in part to help pay for a $500 million repair project at Wells Dam.
EAST WENATCHEE — Construction of 20 new classrooms and four cafeterias at five Eastmont schools will get underway in the spring and should be complete by August 2021.
REDMOND — Amazon’s next new business may be in orbit, but first it will grow Washington’s commercial space industry.
WENATCHEE — Club Pet, the pet boarding and doggie day care service operated by the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society, is closing Jan. 15 after 18 years in operation.
EAST WENATCHEE — A 105-unit apartment complex in East Wenatchee was purchased by a pair of Richland companies for $20.9 million on Tuesday.
SEATTLE — Last week, craft distilleries warned Washingtonians that many of the small-batch booze brands they love could go under when a major tax break expired Jan. 1.
RENTON — Thirty years ago, when Renton was far more of a Boeing town, the shutdown of the company’s assembly lines would have had a significant and swift impact on its residents and economy.
SEATTLE — Nine months after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grounded the 737 MAX, Boeing finally pulled the plug on the jet’s production Monday. The company announced it’s temporarily halting the assembly lines in Renton from January, with no specified timeline for a restart.