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What to do in the Wenatchee area

Village Art in the Park, through Oct. 18, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Outdoor art show sponsored by local non-profit organizations dedicated to provide scholarships for art education using a venue that supports amateur and professional artists. Downtown Leavenworth. NCW … Continue reading

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July 2016

By on July 27, 2016 in Archives with 0 Comments

  Walk on the quiet side in Entiat • Was Joe still up for an Xtreme challenge? • Skating princess • 3 surprises about biking to work • Loreto was more than expected • A quiet retreat on the Wenatchee … Continue reading

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The Whaley Mansion redo

By on July 27, 2016 in Articles, Homes with 0 Comments
The Whaley  Mansion redo

Story by Susan Lagsdin Photos by Donna Cassidy Last July, the crew doing repairs on Diane Wainhouse’s newly-purchased B&B hastily watered down the roof with garden hoses as flames raced up the steep hillside about a quarter mile to the … Continue reading

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Farmers Market vendors bring something fresh to the local tables

Farmers Market vendors bring something fresh to the local tables

By Eron Drew “Know Your Farmer” is an adage that has been thrown around a lot in recent years.  As a nation, we have moved away from local foods and have relied heavily on supermarkets and big box stores to … Continue reading

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Unusual activity has mom gaining confidence and losing weight

Unusual activity has mom gaining confidence and losing weight

By Jean Moraga On a breezy, sunny Sunday, Alicia Dart hoops in Cashmere’s Simpson Park, smiling, enjoying herself, as multiple hoops twirl around her legs, hands and arms. However, it wasn’t always this easy. “If you’d told me four years … Continue reading

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Perri the Poetry Fairy

By on July 27, 2016 in Articles with 0 Comments
Perri the  Poetry Fairy

By Jaana Hatton Susan Blair of Wenatchee believes in fairies. As a matter of fact, she is one. Wearing a turquoise blue glittery dress, with the dainty wings fluttering on her back and the shiny wand a beacon of her … Continue reading

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Paragliding Saddle Rock on Memorial Day

Paragliding Saddle Rock on Memorial Day

By Joe Gluzinski  Paraglider, harness, reserve, helmet, flight suit, gloves, flight instruments, first-aid kit and water totaling 55 pounds. With 26 years in the sport, this will be my first flight of the 2016 flying season. During the hike up … Continue reading

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Annual Back to School Health Fair

By on July 25, 2016 in Articles, Events with 0 Comments

Free backpacks and school supplies for school-aged children  Monday, July 25, 2016: Wenatchee, WA:  Columbia Valley Community Health (CVCH) is holding its annual Back to School Health Fair on Saturday, August 6 from 9am – 12pm in the parking lot … Continue reading

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Oh, my aching back

By on July 18, 2016 in Articles, Health with 0 Comments

By Dr. Jim Brown In recent months I had been having increasing back pain that developed into sciatica. The sciatic nerves goes down our legs after they branch off from the spinal cord in the lower lumbar spine. It goes … Continue reading

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Low-income spay/neuter clinic for cats

By on July 14, 2016 in Articles, Pets with 0 Comments

The Wenatchee Valley Humane Society is hosting a low-income spay/neuter clinic for cats on Saturday July 23rd at 7:30 A.M. and will be returning to the Wenatchee Community Center at 504 S. Chelan. This clinic is available to those that … Continue reading

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First Wenatchee newspaper started with a mission

By on July 5, 2016 in Articles with 0 Comments
First Wenatchee newspaper started with a mission

By Rod Molzahn In 1891, the Wenatchee Development Company, a group of Seattle investors, was anxious to convince the businesses in “Old Town,” near Springwater and Miller streets, to move their buildings to lots in the new town the development … Continue reading

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