We had high hopes that the Public Facilities District board and the city of Wenatchee would execute a professional and thoughtful search to identify excellent candidates to run Town Toyota Center.
BREWSTER — North Central Washington residents are invited to an annual meeting with the state Department of Fish and Wildlife which allows local residents to get to know agency personnel, and have informal discussions with its director.
LEAVENWORTH — Two Everson men were arrested early Saturday when one of them shot a gun in the air after an altercation in a parking lot.
WENATCHEE — A domestic dispute early Saturday between a woman and her ex-husband escalated into a screaming match in the street with neighbors.
WENATCHEE — A woman checking on her daughter's house while she was out of town surprised a burglar early Friday morning.
WATERVILLE — An elderly Twisp woman missing since Wednesday was found dead Friday morning in her car, which was stuck near a wheat field southeast of Waterville.
Mark Behler - a curator fo the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center, Boy Scout leader and engineer for the Wenatchee Riverfront Railway miniature train - lights a fire Friday night during the "Great Hobo Family Adventure" event so the people attending could roast marshmallows. Participants also ate "hobo stew," listened to folksinger Hank Cramer and viewed stars through Apple Valley Astronomers' telescopes.
QUINCY — The Quincy School District has agreed to accept $40,000 from George Family Housing to defray the costs of additional students who will attend George Elementary School as a result of the multi-family housing unit to be constructed in George.
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WENATCHEE — Friday’s hot weather was expected to break Saturday, as a storm system moved into North Central Washington late morning.
WENATCHEE — Just shy of her 20th year in office, Chelan County Auditor Evelyn Arnold plans to step down next month to take a job as superintendent of elections for King County.
WENATCHEE — Mark Miller, the third and final candidate vying for the Town Toyota Center's general manager job, said there are only two reasons to build multi-event arenas. "One is in the hopes that it'll be a money-maker," he said. "And trust me, most of them aren't."
You can tell the quality of a community by how people respond when faced with an opportunity to help, especially when the chips are down. Time and time again, we witness people in North Central Washington rising to the occasion, which proves what we already know: There’s no better place to live.
LEAVENWORTH — A 45-year-old Leavenworth man was arrested Thursday on charges stemming from a threat against his 75-year-old mother, said Jerry Moore, chief of administration for the Chelan County Sheriff’s Office.
WATERVILLE — A 16-year-old Quincy boy received a suspended jail sentence after pleading guilty to sexually abusing a child and a dog.
LEAVENWORTH — A man living on the Chumstick Highway “barely got out of the garage” without getting burned when a car fire spread from a car to a garage about 10 a.m. Thursday.
EAST WENATCHEE — A 50-year-old East Wenatchee man has been charged with felony assault in connection with a July 4 fight on a Columbia River beach.
QUINCY — Last week the city of Quincy received a letter from the state auditor, claiming it did not follow state law on three projects.