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It seems like November snuck up on us this year. We began the month with a surprise from Mother Nature, giving us a slab of fresh snow on the mountaintops, captivating the attention of all skiers, snowboarders and snowshoers. Not only are skiers excited, those of us who love the holiday season are also very eager, knowing that Christmas music is getting closer and closer to being more acceptable (if not, already).
Nov. 10: Broken Radios

Nov. 10: Broken Radios

Masters of War by Bob Dylan: Where are this generation's epic protest songs? We have no shortage of war, yet we do have a disturbing lack of poetry, music, literature and cinema to humanize, relate to and somehow digest the experiences of our soldiers. In honor of our veterans, this week I chose some songs to dedicate to all the brave folks who have served our nation. I found this song a fitting place to start.
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Charter College grand opening

Everyday Business | Charter College holds grand opening

Angela Hansen, campus manager of Charter College in East Wenatchee, cuts a ceremonial ribbon at the school's grand opening Friday. From right to left are student Wesley Hester (behind scissors), East Wenatchee Mayor Steve Lacy, East Wenatchee City Councilman Tim Detering, Wenatchee Police Chief Tom Robbins and Josh Swayne, Charter's chief operating officer. 
Veterans Day -- honoring all who served

Veterans Day -- honoring all who served

November has fallen upon us once again, and the stress meter is beginning to spike. As we begin to hustle and bustle around the city in preparation for the holiday season, the anticipation for the first snowfall is almost too much to bear, and we fall into hasty habits.
Your Digital World - November 3, 2015

Nov. 3 Indie Kids

Hello by Adele: “Monumental” is a perfect word for Adele. Her voice is strong and powerful and clear, but also so feminine. At the rate she’s going she’s going to be the voice of a generation. An Aretha Franklin for Millennials. This song is the first single released from her new album, “25”, due out in late November and I can’t wait to hear more!  

Volleyball shooting for playoffs. Soccer in final games Saturday at home.

WOMENS SOCCER (1-8-2, 2-9-2)Saturday, North Idaho (7-2-1, 9-4-2) home.- Wenatchee Valley concludes their season Saturday with a home match against North Idaho.- This Coeur d’Alene bunch has kinda beat up on the local squad through the years, going 13-3-1 and 6-1 on the local pitch.  And they have won six in a row.- In the first WVC/NIC match this fall the Cardinals won 3-1 in the state east of us.- Oh yes, Halloween.  The Knights are 3-3-1 on this date; in fact the “1” came in a 2-2 tie with ...