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Busy week for Panthers - 5 sports, 10 events in 5 days

BOWLING (4-2, 4-2) Tuesday, Ellensburg home. * The Panthers host Ellensburg today in their only nonleague competition of the season. * Wenatchee has faced the Bulldogs seven times and won six, and of four at home has won three. * WHS lost the match with EHS and won the next six straight. * A win over Ellensburg will be the 12th straight nonleague win and extend the school record streak. * Jay Young is 5-0 against the Kittitas County school. Thursday, Davis (0-5, 0-5) away. * The Panthers first met ...
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The Wells House was a dormitory

During the early years of Wenatchee Valley (Junior) College, the Wells House served as many things, one being a girls dormitory. Eighteen to 20 girls lived on the second floor, ate in the college dining room and socialized and studied in the main floor living room. Three of us got together recently to reminisce about our time as We Ho Gis (Wells House Girls) for two wonderful years, from 1953-1955.
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Knight basketball teams off to great start

MENS BASKETBALL (3-1)Thursday, South Puget Sound (0-2) away.* The Knights begin their two-day Western Washington adventure at the state capitol to take on South Puget Sound.* In six games to date the Clippers hold the upper hand 4-2 and are 1-0 at their place.* The last meeting was two seasons ago when SPSCC won 66-64 at a tourney at Big Bend.* The 0-2 Clippers lost to Edmonds and Olympic.* Last season SPS was 2-14 and last in the West Region, and 2-22 overall.
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Jodi Smith Payne | Make an impact on learning by becoming an emergency sub

You may have read about it in newspapers across the state. It’s a challenge many school districts face this year. Substitute teachers are in short supply. The sub shortage is causing a crisis in schools across the state when teachers are out due to illness, personal leave, or professional learning, and substitutes are not available to their cover classrooms.