Snowgrass Winery will hold its annual Spring 4th! event Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. at its Entiat River Road location. The music and wine tasting event is held each year during the fourth week of April.
BASEBALL (7-9, 13-13)The top four teams in the East at the end of the regular season advance to the East Regional. At the moment WVC is fifth three games behind fourth-place Columbia Basin. Time to make a move. This week the Knights face the sixth and eighth place outfits and then the going gets a tad tougher…they finish with the four teams currently in front of them.
SOFTBALL (3-3, 3-4)Tuesday, Cascade (2-0, 5-5) home.* A game with the Leavenworth school has become an annual event as is this is seventh straight year the two teams 23 miles apart have met.* The 4A school holds a 4-3 lead in wins over their 1A neighbor.* Last spring WHS topped CHS 15-5.* This is the Panthers second and final nonleague game.
I walked into the Numerica Performing Art Center (PAC) last Monday evening to find an eerily empty building — except for the noise coming from the stage area. Stage Kids were rehearsing, as they do every Monday and Tuesday evening.
When Ace Bollinger of Bollinger Construction isn't building houses, he can frequently be found riding his bicycle. Bollinger also serves as treasurer of Wenatchee Valley Velo, an organization dedicated to encouraging cycling.
No sooner will you get your Avengers fix — the new movie, “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” opens May 1 — than you can continue your superhero experience by grabbing a few free comic books.
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Yo, duuude … local pot shops will be celebrating the state’s first post-legalization 4/20 — yep, that’s Monday — with special deals on joints and grams, plus lots of giveaways, music, food, visits by growers and on-site experts explaining what’s so darned good about local dope.
I’ve been interviewing some of Wenatchee’s military veterans, recording their war stories for the Veterans History Project of the Library of Congress. They’ve recommended three military books by local writers.
Everybody should have the opportunity to be an interim director of a museum as exciting as the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. It’s time to share what I’ve learned and experienced since Dec. 2.
Supporting the arts in Wenatchee since 1995, the mission of Art on the Avenues (AOTA) “is to provide our communities with sustainable, innovative, and educational programs through the exhibition and sale of sculpture.”
When tragedy struck the Parker family once again and the kids lost their father and their mother lost her husband, the students at WestSide High were shocked, hurt and ready to help. Three students from the Leadership Club — Samantha Welch, Courtney Welch and Carmen Cruz-Gonzalez — sprung into action immediately thinking of ways they could help the family and their mother’s continuing battle against Stage 4 cancer.
SOFTBALL (12-4, 21-8)Tuesday, Big Bend (4-12, 10-22) away.* Didn’t the Knights just play the Vikings? Yep, only last Tuesday. As mentioned before, a different schedule format this season. I just have to update stuff form seven days ago.* The Black and Silver won at home 13-4 and 11-0.* Wenatchee Valley has defeated Big Bend 31 consecutive times.* In those 31 games the Vikings have scored but 33 runs…the Knights 307.* The Black and Silver have a 58-12 advantage in the series and are 28-7 in Moses Lake.* The Vikings have ...
The Jefferson Award ceremony in Seattle Tuesday night distinctive North Central Washington flair, with Mariachi Heunachi maestro Ramon Rivera and civic leader Jesus Hernandez taking center stage.
BOYS TENNIS (5-0, 5-0)Tuesday, Eisenhower (0-5, 0-5) home.* Wenatchee is in catchup mode in this series. Through 1998 the Cadets led 21-1. The Panthers have won 17 of 18, including the last 14 straight and now only trails 22-18.* WHS is in first place at 5-0, EHS seventh at 0-5.* Over the past four-and-a-half seasons the Cadets have lost all 37 of their league matches.