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Tonight

Lo66° Partly Cloudy

Saturday

Hi88° Mostly Sunny

Saturday Night

Lo64° Mostly Clear

Sunday

Hi84° Sunny

Sunday Night

Lo58° Mostly Clear and Breezy then Mostly Clear

Independence Day

Hi81° Sunny and Breezy

Monday Night

Lo57° Mostly Clear

Tuesday

Hi80° Sunny

Tuesday Night

Lo57° Mostly Clear

Wednesday

Hi80° Mostly Sunny

  • Plain Cellars 3
    Garrett Grubbs and Bob Sage and the guys behind Plain Cellars Winery.
  • Plain Cellars 2
    Winemaker Garrett Grubbs, left, and owner Bob Sage are doing great things at Plain Cellars Winery.
  • EMS Day
    Photo provided Lake Wenatchee Fire and Rescue offered demonstrations and information at its Family Safety Day Saturday.
  • Leavenworth Ski Hill 3
    Provided photo/Daniel Tveten The Empty Bowl Festival is a fundraiser for M.E.N.D. Project volunteers provided paints, glazing, and helped recruit volunteer artists to create interpretive tiles.
  • Leavenworth Ski Hill 4
    Provided photo/Daniel Tveten Listen for the loud short chatter of a white-headed woodpecker to help spot this elegant black-and- white resident as it flies between ponderosa pine tree trunks at Leavenworth Ski Hill.
  • Leavenworth Ski Hill 1
    Provided photo/Susan Ballinger Plan a May visit to Leavenworth Ski Hill to savor the scent of citrus that fills the air from the bright white flowers of the Mockorange (Philadelphus lewisii) shrub.
  • Leavenworth Ski Hill 2
    Provided photos/Susan Ballinger and Daniel Tveten Plan a May visit to Leavenworth Ski Hill to savor the scent of citrus that fills the air from the bright white flowers of the Mockorange (Philadelphus lewisii) shrub. CENTER: This early-spring wildflower on the artist-created tiles is one of 30 species featured on the 1-2 mile walking route at Leavenworth Ski Hill. RIGHT: The Empty Bowl Festival is a fundraiser for M.E.N.D. Project volunteers provided paints, glazing, and helped recruit volunteer artists to create interpretive tiles.
  • Wenatchi P'Squosa Territory
    Provided photo/Heather Murphy Moses George