The Wenatchee World

Weather:

Weather

The latest extended forecast from The Weather Channel

Remove this weather forecast

Today

Hi75° Chance Showers

Tonight

Lo54° Slight Chance T-storms then Partly Cloudy

Friday

Hi82° Mostly Sunny

Friday Night

Lo57° Mostly Clear

Saturday

Hi86° Sunny

Saturday Night

Lo58° Mostly Clear

Sunday

Hi77° Sunny

Sunday Night

Lo51° Mostly Clear

Monday

Hi76° Sunny

Monday Night

Lo52° Mostly Clear

Latest Posts

Sports

Busy, busy week for all Purple and Gold teams

BOYS GOLFWednesday, Chelan-Gamble Sands Invitational- The Panthers head north tomorrow to Brewster for the second Chelan-Gamble Sands Invite hosted by Chelan H.S.- Last May WHS finished third in a field of 17 at this event.
Photo

Photos from NCW

Brian Mitchell is a local photographer who captures beautiful images around the North Central Washington area. If you would like to contact Brian with questions, please email him at brian.hinterland@gmail.com.
Community Connections

Barbara Flick | We all live in fire country

Whether we like it or not, everyone in the Wenatchee Valley lives and works in a fire-prone area. Last year it was more true than usual, given Wenatchee’s record-breaking drought and heat. As stewards of this beautiful place we call home, it is the responsibility of everyone to acknowledge the reality that we live in an area with high fire risk, make plans and take action to mitigate that risk. 
Sports

Knights: Lots of action on the local diamonds Friday and Saturday

BASEBALL (0-0, 2-10)Wednesday, Blue Mountain (0-0, 6-8) away.- Today the Knights play the first and second of 28 league games as they open region action against Blue Mountain.- WVC has a 57-32 lead in wins over the Timberwolves, the only East opponent in which the Knights have the advantage.- On the Pendleton diamond the Black and Silver lead 28-17.- Last spring the pair split, each sweeping doubleheaders at home.- Of 89 games played, all have been league encounters except one regional game in 2009.- Dustin Willis is 12-4 vs. BMCC.
Sports

Today is one busy time for WHS sports

BOYS TENNIS (3-0, 5-0)Tuesday, Sunnyside (1-3, 2-3) away.- In 10 matches Wenatchee has never lost to Sunnyside.- The Grizzlies in league play beat Davis and lost to Eisenhower, Eastmont and Moses Lake.  In nonleague they beat Pasco.