At Rocky Reach Dam during the 2005 Salmon Days celebration we showed the 160 Wenatchee Valley third-graders the Indian Way by arranging their seats in a circle to show that no one is above another.
Central Washington University President James Gaudino has been making the rounds in the Wenatchee Valley in recent weeks, looking for ways that the college might serve this area. He wants to know what the challenges are here in North Central Washington and if there are ways that CWU can be helpful.
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Her name is Kamok. At two months, she is learning how to steady herself on her uncertain legs and she has loads of time before she grows into her wrinkly skin, but her eyes are alive with curiosity and playful intention.
When popular photojournalist Paul Jeffrey came to speak in Chelan recently at the Lake Chelan United Methodist Church, he showed a startling video of people in distress around the world. Jeffrey revealed how missionary outreach and aid also has dramatically changed.
Take a self-guided Wenatchee First Fridays Arts Walk tour. There are eight stops along the way. From any of these, pick up the map and plot your next stop. Here's a bit about who's showing what, where....
I admit it — before I closed my office and retired to Wenatchee, I was a clothes horse. I was difficult to fit because I was shorter than the average American woman, so when I found a good quality suit with a basic design and a little flair, I’d use it until it wore out. I’d also choose one or two accessories per year, to try to stay fashionable. I wore high-heeled shoes comfortably until I noticed a younger client wearing flats. “Is that because you prefer flats, or because ...
Coming into town from Seattle and stopping by Wally’s House Of Booze this Friday the 25th is “13 Scars”. A punker band worth catching. I caught them last year as they open for The Real Mackenzie’s in Seattle
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