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Five Things to Know about Farm to School

Farm to School is a nationwide movement to get more fresh, locally grown food into school meals and raise awareness about local agriculture.  

Dick Pygott

Dick Pygott, 81, of Wenatchee, died Monday, Feb. 23, 2015.

Student recital Feb. 28

OMAK — The Okanogan County Music Teachers Association will host a student music recital Saturday at 4 p.m. at the River of Life Church, 46 Hopfer Road.

Donations accepted for upcoming fundraiser

WENATCHEE — The Junior Service League of Wenatchee is collecting donations for its fundraising event, My Girlfriend’s Closet (MGFC), held March 19-22 at Mission Village, 212 Fifth St.

Methow Conservancy first Tuesday event

TWISP — The Methow Conservancy and the Washington Native Plant Society Okanogan Chapter will host “Spring Flowers to Know and Love” on Tuesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Twisp River Pub.

2014 awards for Chelan Fire and Rescue

CHELAN — Chelan Fire and Rescue held its 2014 awards dinner on Jan. 31 to recognize members who distinguished themselves throughout 2014.

Wenatchee student’s second time in House page program

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee High School freshman Jack Yount served as a page Feb. 9-13 at the state House of Representatives in Olympia. He was sponsored by his 12th district Rep. Brad Hawkins, R-Wenatchee.

Meeting notices

Meetings scheduled throughout North Central Washington

College life

News of college students throughout North Central Washington
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Reader scrapbook

Three-year-old Laini Tupling and the family’s 6-year-old Shih Tzu, Bentley, spend some quality one-on-one time in a Huggies box. Laini put Bentley into the box first and then climbed in with him. Grandma Ann Featherly of Okanogan took the photo while Laini was visiting. Laini’s parents are Coleman and Megan Tupling of Spokane Valley and Tristan Cook of Yakima.

Dear Abby: Overpacking for business trip prompts questions of trust

Dear Abby: I’m in my 40s and my boyfriend of three years is 12 years older. We are in love and our relationship is great. He travels for work and lives in another state, so he flies in to see my daughter and me every other week. Because he is older, he uses Viagra, and it’s kept at my place in a drawer. I assumed that’s where it was always kept.
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In the Garden: Garden mistakes

I want to share a mistake I made several years ago that I didn’t realize was a mistake until last summer. I like to call this “Wrong plant; wrong place.” (This was before I learned the Master Gardener mantra: Right plant; right place.)
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A juicy wedge of California history

It’s easy to be dazzled by all the spectacular citrus in the markets this time of year: blood and Cara Cara oranges, Meyer lemons, a dozen kinds of mandarins, finger limes smaller than your pinkie and Big Wong pummelos the size of your head.

Dear Abby: Seldom-seen wife spends more time with mom than husband

Dear Abby: I have been married to “Carla” for 16 years. It’s my second marriage. My problem is I never see her. She has always spent more time with her mother than with me. We see each other for about an hour a day after she returns from her mom’s, usually at 9:45 to 10 p.m.