WENATCHEE — Literally rooted in the cycle of seasons, the agriculture industry and change remain close acquaintances.
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WENATCHEE — Leo Garcia and Francisco Sarmiento have watched orchards evolve with more than a passing interest going on three decades.
WENATCHEE — Drones, sensors, optical scanners and robots already are part of the tree fruit industry, helping boost yields, assure quality and streamline costs.
WENATCHEE — Our Valley Our Future’s Housing Solutions Group released a study back in 2018 that included 18 recommendations for “common sense” changes to help solve the Wenatchee Valley’s housing crisis.
WENATCHEE — Builders are booked and likely to stay that way, say housing industry representatives.
WENATCHEE — Wenatchee Valley’s home building industry was poised to take off when the pandemic hit last spring.
COVID-19 is the “elephant in the room” when it comes to talking about 2020’s economic performance — and expectations for 2021, says Don Meseck, the state’s regional economist who covers Chelan and Douglas counties.
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- Cougar euthanized after returning to location near downtown Leavenworth
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