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60th year of wrestling at WHS

WRESTLING This is the 60th season of wrestling at WHS. The sport started in 1955-56 under coach Manuel Diaz. Through six decades Wenatchee has had nine men head the program. The current coach is Ed Valdez and he begins his 11th year with an 84-50 record. The squad has earned points at the state meet 42 times in the first 59 years, with six top five finishes – second in 1999, tied for third 1997, got fourth in 1991 and fifth in 1962, ’93 and ’94. Thursday, Eisenhower away. * ...
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Knight men on annual turkey trot to Mount Vernon

MENS BASKETBALL (1-0)Friday, Saturday, Sunday at Skagit Valley Turkey Tournament.Aside from the host school, Wenatchee Valley has probably made more appearances at this event than any other team.  This will be their 26th entry in 28 years, and the 17th straight time the Black and Silver has made the trek to the Turkey Tourney.  In 52 TT games they have 21 wins and 31 losses.
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Brenna Dimmig | New Día de los Muertos event will rise again

I met with Miseal Ferardo Perez for lunch in late October. Before the food even arrived, we were deep in conversation about Día de los Muertos. The beloved Mexican celebration was fast approaching and we were dizzy with anticipation. So dizzy — and possibly delusional — that we thought it would be a good idea to throw a Día de los Muertos fiesta on a week’s notice. The Wenatchee Community Center could host the event, Misael offered to organize food and entertainment, I’d make event fliers.
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Dan Sollom | Apple Tree — take a bite

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.
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How two local youths inspired the Mayor's Maker Forum

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 ...