After a decade of making films, Charley Voorhis is taking some time to reflect back, look ahead and celebrate. His latest project, “Voortex Live,” is “kind of a celebration of the last 10 years of craziness,” Voorhis said. “I’m calling it 10 years of survival.”
In light of the recent fires that took many homes in the surrounding areas, communities from around Washington have shown an outpouring of support for families affected by the fires. Rio Vista Wines is lending a hand by hosting a benefit to help their neighbors. We think that’s awesome, and if you do too, here’s everything you need to know to get involved.
CHELAN — July has given way to the heat of August, and the dust from last weekend’s rodeo in Omak is settling. Come noon Friday, the Fine Arts Festival will have the last of its booths up and the band will be getting ready to play.