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  • Tons of Apples Dumped in Washington State
    Posted 5/27/15   Can Washington State's apple industry recover from the losses suffered from the Westcoast seaport labor dispute.    Port operators and the Unions representing dock workers have resolved their problems but the same cannot be said for the tree fruit industry...
  • Dog bite information sought
    Posted Tuesday, 05-26-15 Anyone who may have seen a dog bite a man near the Wenatchee Raquet and Athletic Club on Memorial Day is asked to contact Wenatchee Valley Animal Control...
  • Hard Hat Dam Tour
    Posted Tuesday, 05-26-15 If you want to see what makes a Dam tick, you can get an up close and personal look next month...
  • Assessor meeting tonight
    Posted Tuesday, 05-26-15 How is my property value assessed. That's one of the main questions Chelan County Assessor Deanna Walter receives during community outreach meetings. She gave KPQ a thumbnail sketch of the process on a recent Business Beat program. listen here Meetings for property owners in the Cashmere and South Wenatchee areas are set for this week. Walter says participants can learn what to expect when you receive your 2015 assessed value notice at the beginning of July and the trends they are seeing in your market area. The first meeting takes place at the Cashmere Middle School commons Tuesday and the Wenatchee Community Center's Social Hall at 504 South Chelan Avenue Wednesday. The meetings run from seven to eight p.m.
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