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Robert Maus organized the North Central Publishing Company on Dec. 5, 1920. Less than a year later, on Aug. 19, 1921, the company published the first issue of The Wenatchee Sun. At this time, the Sun's print shop, shown above, was located in the Neubauer Building at First and Wenatchee Avenu…
As the economy continues to hum along and employers are looking for new hires, employers should be aware of two new laws recently passed by the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee in May that place new restrictions on salary negotiation and noncompetition agreements.
WENATCHEE — Horticulturist Kate Evans will take over as interim director of the Washington State University Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center on Aug. 26.
SPOKANE — Four men who have never held elected office are vying for outgoing Spokane Valley City Councilman Sam Wood’s seat, and they all say homelessness is one of the most important issues facing the region.
There are two parts to the story about CEO pay in 2018.
SEATTLE — Ahead of its official quarterly earnings release next week, Boeing on Thursday bit the bullet and announced a huge $4.9 billion after-tax accounting charge due to the financial impact of the 737 MAX grounding.
YAKIMA — The Yakima City Council voted this week to scrap outdated sections of the municipal code that prohibit cruising events in the city limits.
EAST WENATCHEE — The newly formed Chelan Douglas Regional Port Authority is considering a sales tax to fund future capital projects at Pangborn Memorial Airport.
YAKIMA — People who provide child care inside their homes will be required to comply with new rules as of Aug. 1 in Washington state, raising uncertainty among some providers.
WENATCHEE — Free backpacks, school supplies, games and lots of information are in store for school-age children and their families Aug. 3 at the Columbia Valley Community Health’s annual Back to School Fair.
WENATCHEE — United Way of North Central Washington is losing at least one of its community partners following a second year of funding uncertainty.
SPOKANE — Despite facing a $20 million budget shortfall, Washington’s wildlife management agency will not make significant cuts.
Facebook has agreed to pay a record $5 billion in a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission after a yearlong investigation into the company’s privacy practices, according to multiple reports Friday.
YAKIMA — Central Washington University’s aviation program has returned student training flights to Bowers Field in Ellensburg after a temporary move to Yakima.
SEATTLE — Some immigrants seeking citizenship in the Seattle area may soon have to travel hours away, to Portland or Yakima, for their naturalization interviews after a new policy was implemented at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
CASHMERE — Beta Hatch, the startup that raises insects for use as sustainable animal feed, will build its flagship production facility in the former Tree Top factory in Cashmere, CEO Virginia Emery said in an email Thursday.
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Earlier this year, after two 737 MAX crashes killed 346 souls and led to a worldwide grounding of the important airplane, Boeing disclosed that Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg had in 2018 been awarded annual compensation of $23.4 million, up from $18.5 million a year earlier.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Wenatchee-based CMI Orchards will show off a selection of apples and cherries from its American Dream label at the White House on Monday.
Chelan County is considering creating new regulations around vacation rentals that could impact people like David and Jessyca Poole.
CHICAGO — Boeing is set to lose the title of being the world's biggest planemaker after reporting a 37-percent drop in deliveries for the first half of the year due to the prolonged grounding of its best-selling MAX jets.
SPOKANE — The Northwest agriculture industry looks solid so far this year, though it hasn’t been without challenges.
GRANDVIEW — Frank Lyall has noticed plenty of help-wanted signs during the cherry harvest, which started last month.
WENATCHEE — The trip from Pangborn Memorial Airport to Chelan takes just 15 minutes. Leavenworth is 12 minutes away and Quincy only takes 10.
WENATCHEE — The City Council will once again consider changes to Wenatchee’s cryptocurrency mining rules.
WENATCHEE — Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort announced Wednesday that the installation of its new chair lift will be delayed until spring 2020.
QUINCY — H5 Data Centers is challenging its 2018 tax assessment, claiming Grant County overvalued the property by more than $80 million.
SPOKANE — A boom in development spurred by Amazon’s fulfillment center on the West Plains and many other construction projects in the works have significantly increased demand for construction workers in the region.
NCW — Chelan and Douglas counties added 800 jobs, an increase of 1.7 percent, between May 2018-19, according to a report released Tuesday.