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Wenatchee Police Guild files complaint against DUI lawyer
The Wenatchee Police Guild is striking back at a Wenatchee lawyer who accused one of its officers of falsifying a DUI report last year and unsuccessfully sought criminal charges against him.
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Preston Burnett serves as page in state House
Preston Burnett worked as a page in the state House of Representatives in Olympia during the last week of February Burnett, a homeschooled student from Wenatchee and the son of Chelan County Sheriff Brian Burnett, was sponsored by 12th District Rep. Brad Hawkins.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Meth played a part in Waterville man's death
Methamphetamine played a part in the 2013 death of a Waterville man who struggled with a Douglas County sheriff's deputy during an arrest, according to recently released public records.
Saint Edward's Alex Green reviews 'The Orchardist' by Amanda Coplin
The book has gained attention for its inclusion of the landscape into its cast of characters.
Despite being short-handed, Rams remain competitive
Semi-pro football players aren't just football players. They are husbands and fathers and employees.
Gymnast qualifies for national meet
Wenatchee Level 9 gymnast Julia Williams, daughter of Perry and Lona Skalisky-Williams, is at Southridge High School and Garland's Gymnastic Academy in Kennewick.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Wilf Woods | Wenatchee's Val Ogden made her mark in Vancouver
An editorial in the Vancouver Columbian describes the late Val Ogden, who just passed away, as a "giant" in terms of community activism.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Joy for Grief Place
We grieved in late March after a burglar and cruel arsonist set a fire that wrecked The Grief Place on Fifth Street.
Old news: Early days in downtown Wenatchee
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North Seattle Herald Outlook
Falling Awake | Familiarity
I would have sworn when I was younger that I'd never be capable of saying, "I don't want to travel again for a long, long time."
Crack in Wanapum Dam on Columbia River costing $7 million in fish ladder repairs
A crack in the Wanapum Dam on the Columbia River and the ensuing reduction of water levels have prompted crews to carry out about $7 million worth of work on fish ladders for chinook salmon.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Chelan County sues Bank of America over international cyber theft
Chelan County is suing its former bank, Bank of America, over $600,000 in losses from an international cyber theft last year.
Photo gallery: Wenatchee Wild lose Friday Night
The Wenatchee Wild lose to Minnesota Wilderness 4-2 on Friday, forcing a fifth and final game Saturday in the playoff series.
BPW hosts 'Real Beauty' photo challenge
Business & Professional Women of Wenatchee, a local business support group, has challenged its members to participate - without cosmetics - in a "Real Beauty" exhibit of unretouched photos next month at Pybus Public Market.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Common Ground | Immigrant Rights office celebrates first anniversary
A small crowd gathered Thursday night at the Wenatchee Community Center to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project's local office.
Okanogan Valley Gazette-Tribune
a The Salmon Peoplea focus of museum exhibit
A postcard illustrating the Okanogan Borderland Historical Society's latest exhibit at the Oroville Depot Museum, "The Salmon People, Stories Tell the Past."
Dorotha M. McGee
She worked as a Court Clerk for the City of East Wenatchee for over 20 years. Survivors include her two daughters, Betty Goldie of Wenatchee and Nelda Hart of East Wenatchee; five grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Local students complete Memory Master exam
Four students successfully completed a Memory Master exam offered through the national Classical Conversations homeschool organization.
Wild hold tenuous advantage in playoff semi-finals
The Wenatchee Wild have two chances to clinch a spot in the divisional finals, but as this postseason series has already shown, the horizon can shift in a heartbeat.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Patricia Mary Wettin
Pat Lacy was born in Chicago and with her family, eventually moved to West Chicago, where she met her future husband and "boy next door", Ed Wettin.