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Knight hoop teams off to best start in years.

MENS BASKETBALL (1-0, 12-4)Wednesday, Columbia Basin (1-0, 8-7) away.* The series, CB leads 93-42.* Last season Columbia Basin won both games.* Coby Weidenbach is 4-5 vs. the Hawks.* Since they first met in 1955-56, including this year, they have played at least twice a year for 60 straight seasons.
Sports

Panther gals face undefeated Sunnyside Saturday in local gym

GIRLS BASKETBALL (4-1, 9-4)Saturday, Sunnyside (4-0, 11-0) home.* One game this week for the local squad, and a big one…No. 1 Sunnyside vs. No. 2 Wenatchee.* Before coming to town Saturday the Grizzlies have two games this week.  Tonight they travel to Hermiston, Oregon for their final nonleague encounter and Friday they visit last place Eisenhower.* Saturday 10-0 Sunnyside beat 11-0 Moses Lake 57-54.*The Seattle Times has SHS ranked third his week.* Interesting series.  The Panthers won the first six and the Grizzlies the most recent six.  In the Apple ...
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Shows of 2014

Another year of shows has come and gone. This year was close to last year. In 2013 I saw 35 bands at 13 shows while this year I saw 36 bands at 14 shows. The big difference being that in 2013 those shows were spread over eight different venues in six different towns. This year they were all at one venue in one town, “Wally’s House Of Booze”, where the magic happens, here in Wenatchee WA.
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Susan Ballinger | Take action to preserve whitebark pine

The sharp scent of fresh-cut pine is a signature of the holidays and reminds us of our deep human connection to conifer trees. Our Eastside Cascade forests are home to four native pines: ponderosa, lodgepole, western white and whitebark. Pines grow signature cones, each containing seeds. Most commonly when ripe, the woody cone scales open and spread apart, exposing a seed surrounded by a papery wing that is easily carried away by the wind. However, whitebark pinecones never open on their own so their large wingless seeds remain encased inside ...