Deli owners celebrate 1st year

The Pioneer Park Deli will celebrate its first anniversary March 25. It has been a year of hard work, learning and fun for owners Debbie Angilley and Juanita Malone.
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SCORE announces office move, workshop

WENATCHEE — The Central Washington Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) recently moved to a new location at 1737 N. Wenatchee Ave., Suite B, in the co-working startup Wenatchee Workspace. SCORE is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. “We think this is going to be...
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Northwest Farm Credit Services reports 2018 earnings

SPOKANE — Northwest Farm Credit Services, the Northwest’s leading agricultural financial cooperative, announced 2018 earnings of $302.0 million, compared to $250.6 million in 2017, an increase of 20.5 percent. Total capital increased 6.8 percent during the year to $2.5 billion and average loan volume grew by 4.5 percent. “2018 was another year of strong performance for Northwest FCS, which...
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Markets

Provided by USDA Market News   Apples YAKIMA VALLEY AND WENATCHEE DISTRICT WASHINGTON 2018 SEASON (Feb. 28) — Demand fairly good. Market about steady. Wide range in prices. Cartons tray pack Washington Extra Fancy Red Delicious 64-88s $16-19, mostly $17-19; 100-113s $16-18; 125s $17-19. Golden Delicious 72-80s $24-28, mostly $26-28; 88-100s $22-28, mostly $24-26; 113s $20-24, mostly...
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Garden group thinks green

Gardening enthusiasts gathered Feb. 16 at the Waterville Library for Waterville Community Garden's garden planning party. Those attending discussed their experiences and shared knowledge for the upcoming season.
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Foster Creek board to meet March 4

WATERVILLE — Foster Creek Conservation District will hold a board of supervisors meeting at 3 p.m. March 4 in the Douglas County Courthouse, WSU board room on the second floor. The courthouse is located at 203 S. Rainier St. For more information, contact District Manager Amanda Ward at 888-6373.
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South Douglas Conservation District will meet on March 4

WATERVILLE — The South Douglas Conservation District will meet at 11 a.m. March 4 at the Douglas County Fire District 1 station in Waterville. Plans for the upcoming year will be discussed. The meeting is open to the public. For more information, call 745-9160.
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Foster Creek Conservation District seeking to fill supervisor position

WATERVILLE — The Foster Creek Conservation District announces an opportunity to contribute to conservation and community by serving on its board of supervisors. A board position is available for appointment by the Washington State Conservation Commission. Supervisors are public officials who serve a three-year term, help set policy and direct the activities of the conservation district....
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Markets

Provided by USDA Market News   Apples YAKIMA VALLEY AND WENATCHEE DISTRICT WASHINGTON 2018 SEASON (Feb. 21) — Demand moderate. Market steady. Cartons tray pack Washington Extra Fancy Red Delicious 64-88s $16-19, mostly $17-19; 100-113s $16-18; 125s $17-19. Golden Delicious 72-80s $24-28, mostly $26-28; 88s $22-28, mostly $24-28; 100s $22-28, mostly $22-26; 113s $20-24, mostly $22-24....
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Rancher lobbys for rangelands

Palisades rancher Molly Linville spoke at the South Douglas and Foster Creek Conservation Districts/Douglas County Crop Improvement Association annual meeting Feb. 8 about loss that ranchers suffer when rangeland burns.
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