WENATCHEE — An assistant principal, an engineer, a wildlife specialist and a data analyst — this year’s 30 Under 35 class of young professionals come from myriad industries and backgrounds.
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ORONDO — At this point, few people have seen it and even fewer have tasted it. But by next year there will be more than 2 million boxes of Cosmic Crisp apples on the market.
Just a few years ago, Midland Trucking would receive a dozen driver applications a week. Then the shortage started.
The data center industry is growing in North Central Washington, but do its citizens want them?
The marijuana industry statewide is expanding by leaps and bounds, becoming a nearly $1 billion industry in retail sales last fiscal cycle.
Eye-On Business Features
- Brender explores Cashmere's history in new book
- Boeing hiring for Moses Lake as it targets 737 MAX fights resuming
- Marijuana setback reductions will remain
- Compost center may be coming to Chelan County
- Chelan County PUD proposes 3% annual rate increase
- U-Pick, you haul
- 40-room hotel planned for Manson
- Couple engaged 4 long years say they can finally have a wedding after lottery win
- A space for small businesses to grow
- City buying DOT buildings for $4.3 million
- YWCA reconsidering thrift store closure
- Quilters piece together venture for the ages
- NCW Quilt & Fiber Arts Festival: Designed to inspire
- How to keep the honeymoon going
- Rufus Woods | Opinion: Finding inspiration in our emerging young leaders
- Waterville, Bridgeport get state infrastructure loans
- Chipotle moving into former Cafe Rio building
- For this year's 30 under 35, the key is finding a balance
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