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231 N. Wenatchee Ave
Wenatchee, WA 98801
 
 

 
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  • U.S. Ag Secretary Expresses Concern About Firefighting Costs
    U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack talked to the media Tuesday to give an update on the national wildfire season which as seen over 37-thousand fires so far this season. Vilsack says the president asked them to look closely at how this was impacting the forest service budget. The USDA has posted areport online at USDA.gov/disaster. That has grown from 16 to 42-percent of the forest service budget.      
  • Chelan-Douglas Unemployment Falls Below Four Percent
    Unemployment in the Wenatchee Valley dropped to 3.9-percent during the month of July.  Data released by the employment security department shows that 900-jobs were added to the two county area last month with most of them being in the service providing sector.  Unlike the last quarter, Regional Labor Economist Don Meseck says area is seeing a stronger labor force. Year-over-year the jobless figures dipped 1.4-percent from 5.3-percent, and half of a percentage point month-over-month.  The only job losses seen last month were in the local government sector.     
  • Police Chase In Omak Ends In Arrest and Injury
    A police chase in Omak ended last night when the suspect vehicle crashed injuring the driver.    A State Patrol report says 25 year old Casey Brender was being pursued eastbound on Fig Street when he crashed into a rock wall after losing control of the car on a curve.   Brender was transported to Mid Valley Hospital in Omak for treatment...
  • Federal Denial of Individual Aid For Homeowners Means No Help For Businesses
    Okanogan County commerce officials say businesses along with home owners affected by wildfires may miss out on monetary aid.  Last week, FEMA announced that damage done to homes didn't meet the threshold for individual disaster which also affects aid through the Small Business Administration. Okanogan County Economic Alliance Director Roni Holmes-Diefenbach says out of the 192 businesses affected by the fires, 35 sustained damage. The governor is in the process of appealing federal opposition to monetary aid for individuals and businesses. Diefenbach says FEMA may need more data in order to grant assistance. Diefenbach says the Economic Alliance and the Okanogan Community Action Council is ramping up its damage data collection effort.     
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