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ARTS CORNER Filmmaker Charley Voorhis' "Harmony Field   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - March 22, 2011
After 2.5 years Voorhis' 50 minute feature, based on the music and lyrics of (and starring) a local songwriter, is complete and ready for the festival circuit.


CONSIDER THIS Survival of Life   

Werner Janssen - March 17, 2011
Events in Japan have Werner feeling helpless about an increasing number of global challenges.


COOKING LOCAL St. Paddy's Day Leftover Red Flannel Hash   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - March 18, 2011
The perfect transformation of boiled dinner into New England classic breakfast perfection.


Wenatchee/Okanogan Forest Chief Discusses Biomass Feasibility With Chelan County Port Commissioners   

Steve Hair - March 18, 2011
State study will determine if there's enough woody debris to sustain a biomass processing facility


Minimum Security Inmate on the Loose   

March 17, 2011
20-year-old Roman Shrader escaped from work duty on Tuesday and is still being sought.


Latest survey numbers shed light on teen sex, drinknig, drug use.   

Clint Strand - March 17, 2011
Department of Health officials say most numbers are down, but troubling trends emerge


Mountain Bikers and Forest Service on the Same Page, Finally   

Isaac Kaplan-Woolner - March 17, 2011
A partnership agreement signed Tuesday could mean new trails and a new era of cooperation.


Link Transit Chief Says Fuel Price Spikes Could Result in Substantial Cost Increases Next Year   

Steve Hair - March 17, 2011
Richard Derock says uncertainties over Federal and State funding could result in elimination of Saturday bus service and additional layoffs


Wenatchee Valley Tourism: What Can We Learn From Walla Walla or Bend   

Steve Hair - March 17, 2011
Local Tourism Advisory Committee looks for ideas for making better use of hotel tax dollars


New Debt Reduction Plan Unveiled For Chelan County PUD   

Steve Hair - March 17, 2011
Official says plans could reduce debt by 171-million dollars


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