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WENATCHEE — Expanded Link Transit service on weekdays and weekends, including new Sunday service, will begin in July with funding from a local sales tax increase that went into effect this month.

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.

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.

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.

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?

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…

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.

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.

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.

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