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Sports

Knight baseball here today, softball Friday and Saturday

BASEBALL (0-0, 6-4)East Region play begins today.  Each team plays home-and-home doubleheaders with the other seven squads for a 28-game schedule.Wednesday, Blue Mountain (0-0, 8-8) here.* Two teams looking to move up.  Last spring WVC finished seventh (9-19) and BMCC eighth (3-25).* The series started in 1995 and the Knights lead 55-30 and 26-15 at home.* A year ago they split their two twin bills.* Wenatchee Valley has won 14 of the last 17.* In three seasons as coach, Dustin Willis is 9-3 vs. the Timberwolves.
Community Connections

Susan Sampson | Wenatchee is international

Before we moved to Wenatchee, we checked the possibilities for staying in connection with the outside world, and decided that automobile, bus, train, airplane, and Internet, were everything we could ask for. We daydreamed about catching the Amtrak at 9 p.m. and waking up at Glacier National Park for breakfast. 
Sports

49th Jack Barnes Invite boys golf tournament Monday

BASEBALL (0-0, 1-1)Tuesday, Eastmont (0-0, 1-1) at home and Friday a doubleheader away* Today’s game is the first of 18 league encounters.  * The Panthers and Wildcats have met on the diamond 108 times since their initial game in 1957.* WHS leads the series 65-53 (36-26 at home and 29-17 across the big river).* Only 15 games have been of the league variety and EHS holds the upper hand there 9-6.* A year ago Eastmont won the first two league games while Wenatchee took the third and a district game.
Issues

Upper Valley lands plan allows us to create our future

Finding common ground and working together for collaborative solutions is by far the most productive way to get things done. That model worked splendidly when the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust, the Trust for Public Land and Chelan County worked together with a multitude of agencies, organizations and individuals to develop a community-based plan protecting the Stemilt basin.
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Major trail system proposed for No. 2 Canyon

There’s an intriguing proposal being studied by the Forest Service at the top of No. 2 Canyon that could ultimately lead to a trailhead and 33 miles of trails that would accessible for hikers, mountain bikers and backcountry horsemen. 
Community Connections

Matt Cadman | Necessity is the mother of collaboration

It IS lonely at the top! I have now been the executive director of the Numerica Performing Arts Center in Wenatchee for 25 months and I am still trying to locate the owner’s manual. It didn’t take long in my tenure to realize how isolated and autonomous this position could be, and especially how little I knew about running a theatre. Out of necessity, I began to contact other directors of regional performing arts centers to introduce myself and to solicit their advice on certain issues I was facing. In ...
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Dawn Kranz | Helping out where needed

When the Upper Valley Free Clinic (in Leavenworth) was just taking shape back in 2001, I agreed to help out as a Spanish interpreter. The prospect of throwing myself into the jostle of unknown challenges was a bit frightening. But assurance that this was something I was meant to do helped to calm the worries.
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Dave and Nancy Bartholomew | Sustainability and our food supply

Probably one of the most important areas to focus on sustainability is on our food. It is a major component of our budgets. How it is grown has a major impact on the environment and what we eat impacts our health. Recall the concept of the triple bottom line that holds that we must address human, environmental and economic considerations in order to be truly sustainable. Our food supply touches on all three.
Sports

WVC softball begins league games in Beaver State

SOFTBALL (9-2)The Knights begin the league season by getting the longest road trip out of the way first.  They open East Region play this weekend in Eastern Oregon.Friday, Blue Mountain (2-8) away.* 11.4 to 1.3.  That’s average score (in WVC’s favor) in the last 16 games with the Timberwolves.  That can happen when one team wins 16 in a row.* The Knights lead the series, which started in 2000, 46-17 overall and 19-10 in Pendleton.
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Anne Brangwin | Spotlight on book clubs

Buns, Books, and Tea has been getting together at the Peshastin Library for the past 10 years. The club was established by members of the Friends of the Peshastin Library as a way to promote the Peshastin Branch of the North Central Regional Library system and its programs. It has about eight to 10 members attend each meeting to discuss the book picked for the month.