Playing golf in November can be dicey if you live in North Central Washington. Late fall brings cooler daytime highs, wind, rain and even snow and frozen turf. It’s a challenge to play daily if you’re sick and addicted like me. Luckily for us, we have golf options to the south that become more suitable for this time of year.
A couple talented Wenatchee students played a significant role in inspiring City of Wenatchee officials to launch the Mayor's Maker Forum this Thursday at Wenatchee Valley College. Valley Academy 8th grader Sam Monson, who is passionate about tinkering with technology, proposed that the community develop a "Maker Space," according to Allison Williams, the city's executive services director, Steve King, the community and economic development director and others. The idea was seized upon quickly by the city. Before that, the notion of "Maker Space" was not even on their radar, Williams ...
ENTIAT — The Entiat School District celebrated Veterans Day with several activities including a “Remembrance Wall,” a display of former students currently serving in the military, classes adopting and sending letters to current veterans and an assembly that included the entire student body.
I spent some time last week updating data concerning economic impact of sports tourism in the Wenatchee Valley in 2014. I know to most that doesn’t sound like the most riveting exercise, but I actually find it more than just a little interesting.
The art of making things is making a comeback in the United States and Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz is hosting a "Makers Forum" next Thursday to highlight some of the impressive efforts — both industrial and small-scale — happening in the Wenatchee Valley.
This year, open enrollment in ObamaCare isn't making nearly the same splash as last year. The Kaiser Family Foundation reports that nine out of ten people who don't have insurance didn't know that open enrollment starts Saturday.
If the human race were compared to the millions of stars sprinkled across the night sky, some people would seem to shine brighter than others just like the stars do. On the second day of August, Chelan resident Mary Kay Addis died — and the Lake Chelan Valley lost one of its brightest stars.