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Wenatchee, WA



KPQ
Wenatchee Gas Prices Up a Penny
KPQ
With Memorial Day just one week away, gas prices remain relatively stable. Washington prices rose only a penny in the past week to $2.85 per gallon. Last year we paid $2.58 per gallon. Nationwide, was up two cents to $2.35 per gallon. In Wenatchee our ...

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Bodies of man, woman found in partly concealed pickup truck off ...
Q13 FOX
WENATCHEE, Wash. -- The bodies of a man and woman were found in a pickup truck on Highway 2 between Leavenworth and Lake Wenatchee, and it ...

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Good Fruit Grower
Glade Brosi, young grower from Wenatchee, Washington
Good Fruit Grower
family background / Glade is originally from Kentucky and joined Stemilt in 2011 with a graduate degree in plant and soil sciences. He's been leading several postharvest trials, developing storage protocols and working with researchers on topics such ...

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Lake Chelan Mirror
First Narcotics K9 Trooper assigned to Wenatchee
Lake Chelan Mirror
Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol Trooper Charles Bates and K9 Rocco are assigned to Chelan and Douglas Counties. By: Submitted by Trooper Brian Moore, Washington State Patrol. Wenatchee – The first narcotics K9 Trooper reported to ...



Yakima Herald-Republic
Reporter's Notebook preview: Wenatchee's Keyes Fibre spends hundreds of thousands of dollars to ensure food safety
Yakima Herald-Republic
YAKIMA, Wash. -- Everybody cares if the food they buy is safe to eat. Some just may be more vocal about it. “Every retailer has to face some of their customers who will make a noise about any food safety lapse they may see,” said Desmond O'Rourke, CEO ...







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