North Central Washington wineries showed they can compete with the state's largest and most prestigious wineries at the 15th Annual Platinum Judging, held by Wine Press Northwest and Great Northwest Wines in Kennewick Oct. 21-23.
BOWLING (4-2, 4-2) Tuesday, Ellensburg home. * The Panthers host Ellensburg today in their only nonleague competition of the season. * Wenatchee has faced the Bulldogs seven times and won six, and of four at home has won three. * WHS lost the match with EHS and won the next six straight. * A win over Ellensburg will be the 12th straight nonleague win and extend the school record streak. * Jay Young is 5-0 against the Kittitas County school. Thursday, Davis (0-5, 0-5) away. * The Panthers first met ...
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Cold temperatures, ice and snow make most of us want to remain indoors, sipping a hot beverage and vegging out on the couch. But for some, those frigid conditions don’t mean an end to back-country recreation.
It was natural for Little Joe to follow the Indian First Commandment, “Treat the earth and all that dwell thereon with respect.” He and his pet spaniel shared an uncompromising love. She built her world around him by imitating him, like bouncing a tennis ball and catching it. He thought she was the smartest dog in the world and proudly showed the trick to his uncle (Twasen).
Work is finally beginning to taper off at Washington wineries. All the grapes have long ago been crushed and pressed. Their juice is now finishing the slow process of final fermentation in barrels, tanks and carboys.
There was a wonderful sendoff Monday afternoon for Brenda Abney, the executive director of the Wenatchee Valley Museum and Cultural Center. The event drew a huge crowd, which is a testament to the extraordinary work she did during her tenure here.