WENATCHEE — The cannabis industry in the Wenatchee Valley looks a little different than it did a few years ago.
Welcome to the Wenatchee Valley Business World, a monthly business publication covering North Central Washington.
Starting and expanding businesses in the midst of a pandemic may seem risky, but entrepreneurs — and bankers — have found investment-worthy opportunities.
The skilled, talented and hardworking people selected as part of the Wenatchee Valley Business World’s 30 Under 35 Class of 2021 already are making substantive changes in the community.
CHELAN — Lake Chelan’s reputation as a getaway destination has served it well.
WENATCHEE — Childcare could be one of those “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie” chapters in the successful reopening of the economy.
WENATCHEE — Workers looking for jobs, or a new career, have opportunities this summer in what is currently a hot job market.
WENATCHEE — The dental industry has undergone a dramatic transformation as providers in the valley and across the state financially recover from the COVID-19 pandemic under new protocols and expectations.
WENATCHEE — Literally rooted in the cycle of seasons, the agriculture industry and change remain close acquaintances.
WENATCHEE — Drones, sensors, optical scanners and robots already are part of the tree fruit industry, helping boost yields, assure quality and streamline costs.
WENATCHEE — Leo Garcia and Francisco Sarmiento have watched orchards evolve with more than a passing interest going on three decades.
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.
Strong working relationships, local decision-making and a community commitment put Confluence Health front and center in 2020 to help North Central Washington cope with the pandemic.
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- Washington Apple Education Foundation executive director to step down
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- Opinion | Rufus Woods: Jerry Isenhart wants to make public historical KOZI recordings
- Protesters gather outside Confluence Health in Wenatchee after vaccine mandate deadline
- State bucks national hiring slump, but falls short of expectations
- Horizon suspends third daily flight out of Pangborn
- East Wenatchee budget increasing as city tackles new projects; no property tax increase
- Chelan County seeing fewer than expected short-term rental applications
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