WENATCHEE — Wenatchee Valley Business World’s “30 Under 35” Class of 2020 is an impressive group of individuals whose paths to success have taken varied routes.
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The Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center, like other entertainment venues and public spaces, is waiting for Phase 3 of the Gov. Jay Inslee's four-phase plan to reopen after closing in mid-March to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Empty seats simply are not a good look for any kind of venue — no matter the size. In normal times, the fix involves mixing things up, trying new shows, advertising to a new demographic, offering some sweet deals.
Editor’s note: A version of this story was published in the July issue of the Wenatchee Valley Business World.
WENATCHEE — Kirk Dosser, co-owner of Pacific Appraisal Associates, is busier than ever.
NCW — While Pacific Appraisal Associate's Real Estate Snapshot report — released mid-June — revealed that the number of year-over-year home sales were down 33% across the Wenatchee Valley in May, that wasn’t necessarily representative of every real estate agency in the region.
WENATCHEE — Rolling from town to town, Brett & Son Inc. delivers parcels across Central Washington, but with a local touch.
EAST WENATCHEE — East Wenatchee’s Grocery Outlet is plugging away amid the global COVID-19 pandemic.
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- Wenatchee chamber of commerce holds state budget talks
- Business Briefcase | For the week of Sept. 26
- Photos: Apple harvest picking up steam
- COVID-19 positives in Chelan and Douglas in decline
- Festival of the Trees to have online bidding, virtual dinner and viewing reservations
- Two Rivers Gallery faces financial uncertainty after reopening
- Nursing home industry pioneer Carl Campbell dies at 98
- Port approves lease for kombucha company moving to Cashmere
- Another piece of Lineage industrial property is going up for sale
- Opinion | U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse: Governor’s quarantine violation presents apple education opportunity
- Quest continues to connect students, teachers | Schools reach out, companies offer deals
- Thank you for being our neighbor
- Learn about Leavenworth parking proposals in virtual open house
- Wheat growers face post-fire dilemma — reseed now or wait until spring
- Restoring power not as easy as flipping a switch | Linemen working 18-hour shifts
- Governor provides apples infested with apple maggots
- Idea Board Shop caters to skateboarding community