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Finding their niche in market place

A recent retro-fit of the exterior at 1103 Yakima Valley Hwy. confused some customers of a popular carneceria. But not for long.

Dutch Bros. raises funds

Dutch Bros. raised $401,212, during its annual Buck for Kids Day fundraiser for non-profits serving youth.

Feds fine Wapato firm

A local company has reached a settlement with the federal Environmental Protection Agency.

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Remodel offers elbow room

Firm adds conference space

A local firm is remodeled its retail space, creating more space and light without expanding its footprint.

Are you on track to meet your financial goals?

October is Financial Planning Month.

State settlement for service members

More than 2,400 military service members in Washington state will benefit from a $2.1 million settlement with a Virginia-based retailer.

Credit for veteran hires in state

Washington employers can now receive a tax credit for hiring unemployed veterans.

Darigold drive-in leads building starts

One of the city’s largest employers is adding a drive-in.

Gas prices fall slightly

Average retail gasoline prices in Washington have fallen 1.3 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.70, according to

Minimum wage to grow

The state’s minimum wage will increase by 6 cents on Jan. 1.

Chamber meeting set

Time management is the theme of a presentation during the Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce meeting on Oct. 18.

More holiday jobs in 2016

State retailers will hire more than 12,700 seasonal workers throughout the holiday season,

Clore, bakery join forces

Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center visitors can now purchase fare from Ethos Bakery and Trattoria every day.

Co Dinn Cellars earns honors

Local wines in top 10

A 2013 Co Dinn Cellars Syrah numbers among the state’s top Syrah at the Seattle Met’s Top 100 Washington Wines of 2016.