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Recently, Bloomberg reported that investors in massive data centers are making water availability a critical measurement in their decisions — especially in drought-ridden California.
A local assisted living center unveiled a new expansion and a new name yesterday.
One of the Sunnyside’s leading employers is moving its corporate headquarters.
Leasing commercial space is the focus of a Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce panel discussion.
A new state-by-state analysis of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act gave Washington state a B- grade.
Northwest Farm Credit Services, which has a local branch, announced 2016 second quarter earnings of $57.9 million.
Growers will need to apply for crop insurance coverage by the end of next month.
Softball field, dairy service plans approved
Fourteen new homes, nine of them for a Catholic Charities Housing Services development, led the way in projects city officials permitted last month.
A state dairy commission has a new leader.
Former depot converted to tasting room
The Côte Bonneville Winery tasting room has been closed since February for a complete facelift.
Ten former and current Daily Sun staffers will be recognized for their work in October during the Washington Newspaper Publishers Association gala banquet in Wenatchee.
Reports cite wineries, restaurants
The Benton Franklin Health District has released the recent results of food service inspections.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit today against Comcast in King County Superior Court.
Current low prices mean the state’s grain farmers may be eligible for a federal price support program.
The state Department of Ecology has fined Volkswagen $176 million.