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Norwegian who escaped Nazis is a Seattle star

SEATTLE — At first, Knut Einarsen seemed uncomfortable with the question. Just because he has lived to 100 in good health doesn’t mean he can tell others how to do the same.


Birth announcements throughout North Central Washington

Foland, Ferrell

Sarah Elizabeth Foland of East Wenatchee and Chester Paul Ferrell Jr. of Wenatchee have recently announced their engagement.

A 500-ton recycling job in Quincy

An 85-foot tall processing plant that has sat vacant for some 30 years in the middle of Quincy is being taken down one piece at a time — all 500 tons of it — so its steel structure can be recycled.

Poppy Shot

Photo provided/Frank Cone

Classic to honor Adamson Leavenworth course to host June 8 tourney

Leavenworth Rotary, a longtime sponsor of the Cascade Golf Classic, is dedicating this year’s event to an incredible man — the late Jim Adamson. As a founding member of Cascade Medical Foundation, Adamson was instrumental in establishing the Cascade Golf Classic.

Prom ticket Wenatchee Police officer helps student ask girlfriend to dance

Wenatchee High School junior Colby Cadman wanted to surprise his girlfriend, sophomore Kendal Buak, with a truly inspired invitation to prom. And so the plan was born, with Colby brainstorming ideas with parents, Matt and Camille Cadman, and coming up with the ultimate surprise.

Articles of Faith

A retirement celebration for Rev. Dr. Ann Hinz of Peshastin United Church of Christ will be held on Sunday.

Family notebook

The Numerica Performing Arts Center (PAC) is accepting financial aid applications for Summer Stage Kids 2015.

Dear Abby: Being a good listener is the best way to be heard

Dear Abby: I am responding to “Tired of Talking to Myself” (Feb. 13), whose husband’s ears slam shut when she begins to speak. This is not a problem that’s exclusive to men. Women do it as well. As a retired PA (physician’s assistant), when talking with patients, I would refer to it as selective hearing loss.

Heavenly Horchata

Refreshing and slightly sweet, horchata is a popular spring and summertime sip in Mexico.

Stuff it: Chicken Cordon Bleu done healthy

When looking for different ways to prepare chicken breast, stuffing them with cheese and deli meats is a great option. Chicken breasts are pounded thin (or you can slice them in half horizontally), and then a slice of ham and cheese is placed on top. The chicken is rolled up and secured with toothpicks. Once rolled, they are typically dredged in flour, dipped in egg and then rolled in breadcrumbs and pan fried.

Dear Abby: Mom fears news of ex’s abuse will cause split with her son

Dear Abby: My daughter, “Meg,” was sexually abused at the age of 3 by her father 25 years ago. “Emile” and I were divorced, but he had every other weekend visitation. After returning from one visit, she said, “Daddy put his finger in there. It hurt. I cried.” Her words forever changed my life.