Business / Economy

Financial Wanderings with Brad Blackburn – Slow Growth, Trade War, Politics

Brad Blackburn with Blackburn Financial in Cashmere joins Dan Langager in your Financial Wanderings. Today Blackburn breaks down the slow growth in the U.S. economy, with manufacturing the exception as it continues to lose jobs. Blackburn says he’s not sure how the U.S.-China trade war could end and weighs in on whether U.S. politics and next year’s…

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Wenatchee PAC Fires New Executive Director Following Complaints

Robert Cox is no longer the Executive Director of the Numerica Performing Arts Center in Wenatchee. Cox was hired by the board of directors in June based on his skills and experience in theater and finance and facility management. Over the last several months, the board received many communications and feedback from varying stakeholders in…

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‘Future Belongs To Them’ – Tech Students, Businesses Highlighted At Annual Innovator Awards

The Greater Wenatchee Area Technology Alliance (GWATA) and its partners hosted the 19th Annual Innovator Awards Luncheon yesterday at the Wenatchee Convention Center. Over 350 people attended, checking out booths by local tech businesses and STEM students showcasing their work advancing technology in North Central Washington. Since 2000, GWATA has recognized over 75 local innovators,…

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Calling All Wenatchee Valley Young Professionals – It’s YP Week

Join the Wenatchee Downtown Association and community partners for the second annual Young Professionals Week.The Association’s Program & Events Director Meredith Hilger said the week-long series of events are for young professionals hoping to network, learn more about the community and ways to get involved. The week kicks off today with a lunch at Pybus…

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