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LISTENER COMMENTARY Reconsider Think Local First   

Pat Rutledge - March 04, 2011

Pat Rutledge, owner of A Book For All Seasons and a member of the Think Local First committee, offers a response to Werner Janssen's latest commentary.

CONSIDER THIS Should We Think Local First?   

March 02, 2011
This week Werner wonders who should be expected to shop locally, when it can cost more and those goods are often not locally produced.

COOKING LOCAL Detoxing With Food   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - March 04, 2011
It turns out you don't have to starve to help detoxify the body. And it can all be be quite delicious!

Pybus Market First Phase Ready For Action   

Steve Hair - March 04, 2011
Public market plans move forward despite financial uncertainties

Christopher Owens Second Murder Trial Continued

Steve Hair - March 03, 2011
Judge grants defense request for continuance of March 7th trial after State witness becomes unavailable.

Wenatchee Mayor Says He Will Not Seek Re-election   

Steve Hair - March 02, 2011
Mayor Johnson says he's ready to retire after serving 3 terms in office

UV MEND Gifted Jubilee Global Gifts   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - February 28, 2011
John and Mary Schramm donated their Leavenworth fair trade boutique lock stock and barrel.


Werner Janssen - February 24, 2011
Can private companies do government's job better? Werner Janssen shares his thoughts.

Chelan Port Moves Forward with Pybus Property Demolition   

Steve Hair - February 24, 2011
Work could start as early as May

Business Owners Turn Out in Support of East Wenatchee Facelift Project   

Steve Hair - February 23, 2011
City Council agrees to spend 5-thousand dollars on Downtown revitalization study

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