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Renewable Hydrogen receives statewide approval

It has been exciting to read about the progress Douglas County PUD has been making toward its Wells Hydrogen Project in East Wenatchee and the possibilities of our region accessing federal funds …

This year’s 105-day legislative session adjourned on schedule on April 23 with the approval of all three budgets for 2023-2025. The operating budget at $69.8 billion, transportation budget at …

Friends and Neighbors, The cherry trees are in bloom on the Capitol Campus in Olympia, and that usually means it is budget time in the legislative session. Recently all three House budgets …

Powerhouse Boards Workshop announced

The Powerhouse Boards Workshop will be held Thursday, May 18, from 9:30 - 3:00 p.m. at Confluence Technology Center Wenatchee. Powerhouse boards bring an energy to their work. They make good …

Pybus Market Charitable Foundation Launches Fundraising Campaign

Wenatchee - The Pybus Market Charitable Foundation has announced the launch of a fundraising campaign to improve infrastructure, amenities, and safety on the west side of Pybus Public Market. …

Detectives make arrest in local drug ring targeting youth

In 2022, the Columbia River Drug Task Force began receiving and collecting information from School Resource Officers and other sources of adult drug dealers providing a variety of drugs to juvenile …

OLYMPIA - The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) recently launched an updated Opioid and Drug Overdose Data dashboard that includes county level data on hospitalizations …

COVID-19 exposure notification app WA Notify to end May 11

OLYMPIA - WA Notify, the state’s successful, lifesaving COVID-19 exposure notification app, is scheduled to sunset May 11 in tandem with the end of the Public Health Emergency. The …

New Recycle Right campaign urges Washingtonians to not bag their recyclables

OLYMPIA - Plastic bags are one of the largest sources of contamination in Washington’s residential recycling stream. These bags can clog recycling machinery, contaminate other recyclable …

Three projects funded: Riverfront Park, Dryden Wastewater, Loop Trail

WENATCHEE - Chelan PUD set aside nearly $3 million from the utility’s Public Power Benefit Program to advance three projects: • Wenatchee Riverfront Park , $1.51 million: This project …

(StatePoint) It’s time to hit the garage, basement, attic, and closets for that age-old task of spring cleaning! Before hauling unwanted possessions to the curb, you may be surprised to learn …

(StatePoint) Many people look forward to spring when the weather warms up and flowers start to bloom, but it also marks the start of the peak time of year for flash flooding in the United States. …

OLYMPIA - The Washington State Health Care Authority has been recognized as a Healthy People 2030 Champion by the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) of the U.S. …

(StatePoint) It may feel like warm weather is still a way’s off, but you should already be getting your lawn and garden spring-ready, according to experts. “One thing I don’t think …

Blossoms, brews, bikes, and more are coming to the Wenatchee Valley which started on April 27 to May 7. Washington’s oldest major festival is celebrating its 104th year in 2023. The Apple …

House Bill 1110 passed the House earlier this month and is under consideration by the Senate.  In summary, it eliminates ALL single-family home zoning in cities where population exceeds …

Marketing 101

Digital marketing may seem more convoluted than ever before. New software applications (or apps) are being developed all the time. Savvy marketers stay abreast of the trends, and pivot accordingly. …

Rep. Schrier Named Chair of Farm Bill Task Force

WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Kim Schrier, M.D. (WA-08) announced that she has been named the Chair of the New Democrat Coalition’s Farm Bill Task Force. As Chair, Rep. Schrier will …

Legislative session updates

Dear Friends and Neighbors, The legislative session is more than halfway complete. Last week was the “house of origin” cutoff. That means bills that have not passed out of the …

USDA announces Cooperative Agreements for Compost and Food Waste Reduction

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced March 16 the availability of up to $9.5 million for Compost and Food Waste Reduction (CFWR) pilot projects for fiscal year 2023. …

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