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Edgar Gomez had a hat trick and an assist as the Kitsap Pumas defeated the Wenatchee Fire 6-4 Saturday at the Wenatchee Sports Complex in Wenatchee.
Tera Short of East Wenatchee emerges from her box on Saturday morning as the mercury hovers near 10 degrees.
The Wenatchee World reports that Becky S. Anderson was having polyps removed from her vocal cords with a laser last year when a breathing tube in her throat caught fire.
S10 pickup was fully engulfed in flames when firefighters arrived on the scene, Corp. Tim Lykken, Wenatchee police spokesman said Saturday.
Luis Elias, Wenatchee, finishes gathering food into his sacks and heads home from the Women's Resource Center food bank on Adams Street in Wenatchee Tuesday.
It's probably not a huge deal that Wenatchee's Red Lion is up for sale. That's happened a few times in its nearly 40-year history.
Cami Life operates a cat rescue shelter out of her small home on Garfield Street in Wenatchee with about 150 cats in cages and roaming free through her home.
Edna Maguire, center, was honored by the Wenatchee Valley College Foundation at the third biannual WVC Foundation Barbara Wilson Women's Luncheon on Nov. 14. Pictured with her are Barbara Wilson, left, and Ariana Rodriguez, a WVC student and recipient of the Jack and Edna Maguire Scholarship.
Survivors include her children, Jerry Roseburg of East Wenatchee, Tom Roseburg of Vancouver, Robert Roseburg and Marilyn Lund, both of Cle Elum, and Gail Ross of Las Vegas, Nev.; and her siblings, Ted Sherman of Sun City, Ariz., Allen Sherman of Kennewick and Phyllis Angerman of Tacoma.
Tis the season to try and come up with great gifts for your dog loving friends and family members.
FUELING THE LADY: Ray E. O'Neal stokes the boiler on the Lady of the Lake on Lake Chelan around 1905.
Firefighters quickly knocked down a fire in this rambler on Whitebirch Place, Wenatchee, this evening.
When a portfolio of nine privately owned Section 8-assisted housing complexes located in five counties scattered across Washington state was offered for sale last spring, the King County Housing Authority spearheaded a collaborative effort to purchase it.
The theme of this year's campaign is children who need help. A committee that includes Community Foundation of North Central Washington executive director Beth Stipe selected three nonprofits to split proceeds from this year's campaign.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rice of East Wenatchee will leave Wednesday for Ivyton, Ky., where they will spend a couple of months visiting relatives.