The Wenatchee World



The latest extended forecast from The Weather Channel

Remove this weather forecast


Lo45° Rain Likely and Patchy Fog


Hi57° Patchy Fog then Mostly Cloudy

Thursday Night

Lo44° Mostly Cloudy


Hi57° Partly Sunny

Friday Night

Lo44° Mostly Cloudy


Hi53° Chance Rain

Saturday Night

Lo42° Chance Rain


Hi54° Slight Chance Rain

Sunday Night

Lo40° Chance Rain


Hi55° Slight Chance Rain


Eye On | iLa Yoga Studio — Finding your balance

When you walk into iLa Yoga Studio at 13 Orondo Ave. in Wenatchee, the first thing you do is remove your shoes and add them to the line of shoes near the front door. If a class is in session the lobby-cum-boutique will be silent, and if you listen closely, you can hear the measured breathing of a dozen or so students inside practicing one of the many styles of yoga offered there.

Eye On | Commercial Printing Inc: Turning ideas into reality

This year marks two big milestones for Commercial Printing Inc. The first is the business’ birthday. It celebrates its 50th anniversary since its founding in 1966. Exactly 20 years later, current owner Mike Tyrrell purchased the print shop at 1449 N. Wenatchee Ave., making this his 30th year as owner.

Eye On | Integrity Piercing: Piercing parlor puts professionalism first

Integrity Piercing, tucked away from the main road at 1207 N. Wenatchee Ave., shirks a lot of piercing studio stereotypes. Bright, warm lights, jewelry displays, and neutral colors greet clients in the reception room. But it’s what goes on in the back that really sets Integrity apart.

Eye On | Family friendly and fresh fries at Gustav’s

If you go to Gustav’s, get the fries. There are a lot of things to like about Gustav’s, a lot of other popular dishes you can try, but at the very least you must get the fries. Hand-cut every morning, cooked fresh, and served in a generous mound, they’re worth braving the occasional floods of tourists.

Eye On | On a roll: Blue Flame takes a fresh approach

For Xiu Calvin Chen, co-owner at Blue Flame Asian Bistro, quality comes first. Homemade sauces and dressings, fresh vegetables and sushi-grade seafood come together in the little restaurant at 307 Valley Mall Parkway to offer dishes from anywhere from Korea to China to Japan.