WENATCHEE — A Wenatchee Valley College professor says college administrators conspired with union leaders to take away his faculty chairmanship because of his outspoken opposition to a proposed union contract.
EAST WENATCHEE — Douglas County PUD will ask commissioners to raise power and fiber-optics rates by 6 percent next year and another 6 percent in 2011.
EAST WENATCHEE Gary Rounds, 54, of Wenatchee, was in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center this morning with head injuries after he collided with another cyclist on the Apple Capital Recreation Loop Trail.
CHELAN FALLS — State Patrol troopers have released the name of the passenger believed to have been in a semitrailer that crashed into Beebe Bridge on Monday. He is Peter D. Wooley, 60, of Olympia.
CHELAN FALLS — With the Beebe Bridge out, possibly for days, local schools and emergency responders have put contingency plans in place.
We're going to hear more children's voices in the valley this winter.
WENATCHEE — The city’s top cop will lead next year’s Washington State Apple Blossom Festival.
ROCK ISLAND — For more than two decades, Sue Kane began every school year in her classroom, welcoming in a new group of students.
WENATCHEE — Close to 100 people crowded into a hotel conference room Tuesday to hear U.S. Rep. Doc Hastings talk about health care reform.
MOSES LAKE — Firefighters continue to monitor the smoldering fire in compressed hay at Courtright Enterprises in Moses Lake.
LEAVENWORTH — Chelan County commissioners have decided to move forward with plans to condemn four small parcels of property on Eagle Creek Road for a planned improvement project.
CHELAN FALLS — The Bebee Bridge may be closed for several days, depending on how much damage inspectors find today as they examine the bridge's integrity after a semi tractor trailer rig crashed into it Monday evening.
CHELAN — A 13-year-old boy was being treated at Lake Chelan Community Hospital this afternoon for injuries he received in a personal watercraft accident in near Don Morse Park in Chelan.
MONITOR — Terry Tussey, 59, of Wenatchee, lost two fingers in an accident Monday at Standard Pallet Co. in Monitor.
WENATCHEE — Boxes of pencils, paper and glue lined the walls and were stacked under several tables of a room at the Wenatchee Community Center on Monday as volunteers prepared for the Wenatchee Valley's largest giveaway of school supplies today.
MANSON — An emaciated young cougar caught by wildlife officers Friday in urban Manson was likely the littermate of another cougar found just two blocks away July 4.
WENATCHEE — The Washington State Patrol says one body has been recovered after a tractor-trailer rig loaded with apples rammed a support beam of a highway 97 bridge north of Wenatchee, causing the closure of the highway. The tractor cab broke free and plunged into the Columbia River while the trailer and scattered apple boxes remained on the Beebe Bridge.
WATERVILLE — An Omak man and former Suicide Race jockey was taken to Harborview Medical Center on Sunday after his horse apparently stumbled in a race at the North Central Washington District Fair.