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  • Alcoa Names Mark Huber Wenatchee Works Plant Manager.
    Posted 5/22/15 from Alcoa news release   Alcoa Names Mark Huber Wenatchee Works Plant Manager   Wenatchee, May 22, 2015—Mark Huber has been named as the new Plant Manager for Alcoa’s Wenatchee Works smelter located in Malaga, Washington.   Prior to joining Wenatchee Works, Huber served as a Production and Continuous Improvement Manager at Alcoa’s Point Comfort Refinery in Port Lavaca, Texas.  Mark joined Alcoa in December 2011 after a 10-year career as an officer and F-18 pilot in the US Navy.  He first held the role of Senior Strategy Analyst for Alcoa’s United States Primary Products, where he executed region portfolio and strategic reviews.  In 2013, Mark was promoted to the role of Manager, Operational Initiatives at Global Primary Products, where he drove working capital, operations, and cash sustainability improvement initiatives across global smelting and refining assets...
  • Wenatchee man tabbed to lead State Dept. of Ag.
    Posted Thursday, 05-21-15 A man familiar to Wenatchee area growers is the Governor's choice to lead the State Department of Agriculture...
  • Fire Damages Wenatchee Dry Cleaning Business
    Posted Friday 5/22/15 A Wenatchee Dry Cleaning business sustained significan damage when a fire broke out in the Mission Street building yesterday afternoon.    Fire crews responded at about 4:30 after they were alerted by Nancy Baird, the lone occupant of the building that houses Hayes Cleaners ...
  • Do. PUD gets good grades
    Posted Wednesday, 05-20-15 Douglas County PUD is getting a financial thumbs up. Rating agency Moody's Investor Service have affirmed the utility's AA3 rating, Standard and Poor's gave the utility a AA rating. PUD spokeswoman Meghan Vibbert says the District is preparing for the sale of Wells System Revenue Bonds next week. listen here Vibbert says some of the factors cited by the rating agencies, competitive hydro generation, low retail rates and the PUD's strong liquidity.
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