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Initiative 1634 would ban discriminatory local taxes of food items By Jason Mercier Director of the Center for Government Reform Washington Policy Center In November the people of Washington will vote on Initiative 1634.  If enacted, the measure would work as a restriction on imposing...
Why are candidate Q&A's in the Wenatchee Business Journal? Only the most naive amongst us would not understand why candidate question and answer articles are in the Wenatchee Business Journal. Now that I have insulted all the nay-sayers, let me explain further. Whether the general election...
Medical News: Anti-gravity treadmill debuts in Wenatchee By Gary Bégin EAST WENATCHEE - A modern miracle of physical therapy science has finally reached the Wenatchee Valley in the form of the space-aged "AlterG" Anti-Gravity Treadmill. The proud parents of this $40,000 beauty? Associates in...
Little Drone for Ag use
Erlandsen invests $200k in Lidar drone technology By Gary Bégin EAST WENATCHEE -- Erlandsen, a well known and long established firm specializing in "surveying, planning and engineering" has bought into state of the art aerial technology in the form of a $200,000 Lidar drone. LidarUSA, a world...
3rd Annual Serving Those Who Served Pictured from left are Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs' Steven Gill, Veterans Service Officers Eric Fritts (Okanogan) and Tony Sandoval (Chelan) posing for the WBJ camera. The trio were on hand at the Wenatchee Convention Center last month to...
Attorney Hunter wants Douglas District Court seat By Gary Bégin EAST WENATCHEE - NCW Media Managing Editor Gary Bégin sat down with Wenatchee area attorney Robert Hunter recently at Joe's Grill here to discuss why he wants to become the next District Court Judge for Douglas County. His answers...
Current Chelan PUD Commissioner Randy Smith wants to stay on board By Gary Bégin CASHMERE -- Chelan Public Utility District Commissioner Randy Smith, who is a retired orchardist from here, has decided to run for reelection. NCW Media Managing Editor Gary Bégin was able to catch up with the super...

Pam Brulotte
Brewers Guild appoints Leavenworth's Brulotte as president Brewers Guild news release The Washington Brewers Guild announces the appointment of three new members to its Executive Committee, as well as the full slate of officers for 2018-19. New officers representing the Washington Brewers Guild...
Representing Washington state manufacturers Brewster's Mauk Fishing Stuff visits White House By Mike Maltais BREWSTER – Mike and Ernie Mauk, of Mauk Fishing Stuff, enjoyed an experience of a lifetime while representing Washington state manufacturers at the second annual Made in America gathering...

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