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Rep. Keith Goehner appointed to State Building Code Council

Rep. Keith Goehner, R-Dryden, 12 District has been appointed to the Washington State Building Code Council (SBCC) by House Speaker Laurie Jinkins. Goehner, who serves as the ranking Republican on the …

Newhouse announced as Co-Chair of Congressional Wine Caucus

WASHINGTON, D.C. – On February 3 Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA) was announced as Co-Chair of the Congressional Wine Caucus alongside Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA), and will continue to lead the bicameral …

Cascade School District (CSD) Superintendent Tracey Beckendorf-Edou is a semester away from completing her fourth year on the job. The CSD Board is well established, with most members having already …

It’s time to start watching for weight restrictions on county roads

CHELAN COUNTY - It’s that time of the year again, when the warming temps may bring temporary weight restrictions on county roads. While we don’t have any restrictions yet, freight haulers …

Temporary weight restrictions in place on county roads in Cashmere area

CASHMERE - Temporary weight restrictions have been placed on several county roads in the Cashmere District.   For a list of the restricted roadways, go to our Traffic Alerts and …

Technological advances in agriculture focus of 76th annual hort meeting in Chelan

CHELAN - Fruit is the beating heart of agriculture in North Central Washington. Be it apples, pears or cherries, people both local, domestic and abroad enjoy the fresh fruit that this region, with …

Rep. Schrier introduces Bipartisan Bill to support Washington farmers, advance crop research

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S Representative Kim Schrier, M.D. (WA-08) has introduced bipartisan legislation to permanently fix the Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) and provide crucial support …

Apply for a Strategic Consulting Grant for nonprofits

Organizational Development Grant Deadline March 31 The Community Foundation of NCW, Icicle Fund, and North Central Accountable Community of Health (NCACH) are partnering to offer 13 …

Leavenworth City Council discusses plans and ideas for the new year

The Leavenworth City Council met for their bi-weekly meeting at City Hall on January 24. Drawing a larger attendance than last week’s meeting, the main focus of this gathering was to discuss …

2023 Legislative Session: Committee work continues as floor debates approach

The legislative session has begun its third week and much work is occurring. The session itself is based on a rigorous schedule involving committee work, bill consideration, and budget development. …

After two years of virtual legislative sessions, legislators returned to Olympia on Monday, Jan. 9 for opening ceremonies. It was great to see the galleries filled with family, friends, and staff. …

Supernova Business Launch Competition now accepting applications

WENATCHEE -- The North Central Washington Economic Development District (NCWEDD) is currently accepting applications for the 2023 Supernova Business Launch Competition (SBLC). The deadline to apply …

Science in Our Valley Spring Seminar Series announced

WENATCHEE - The Apple STEM Network is proud to announce the full line-up for the Science in Our Valley Spring Seminar Series. The seminar series is open to the public and will kick off in February at …

Rep. Steele’s Legislative Update

Dear Friends and Neighbors, The opening gavel of the 2023 session fell at noon on Monday, Jan. 9. It's an honor to be back in Olympia representing the values and interests of the 12th …

Measuring homelessness in Chelan, Douglas counties to be held on Jan. 26

CHELAN/WENATCHEE - Chelan County and community partners will conduct the annual Homeless Point in Time Count from 7 a.m.-2 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 26, at the YWCA in Wenatchee, 212 First St.  The …

Leavenworth City Council comes to consensus on Pine Street Intersection

 The Leavenworth City Council gathered for their scheduled bi-weekly meeting at 6:30 p.m. on January 10. The main discussion point during this meeting was a presentation by H2 Engineering on the …

Cascade Medical Foundation welcomes new staff, board officers

Cascade Medical Foundation welcomes some new faces going into 2023, with a new administrator and a new slate of officers. Nevonne McDaniels joined the Foundation as the new administrator in November. …

Washington State begins its 2023 Legislative Session

The 2023 legislative session began on January 9th. This session takes place following elections within the new legislative district boundaries and will include development of the three state budgets …

Flywheel Investment Conference opens 2023 competition

WENATCHEE – The annual Flywheel Investment Conference presented by Moss Adams, Ogden Murphy Wallace, Confluence Health, and Microsoft has opened applications for the 2023 investment …

Apprenticeship training connected with safer workplaces, fewer injuries

TUMWATER — Apprenticeship programs result in safer workers. That’s the conclusion of a first-of-its-kind study by the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries …

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