PESHASTIN — The Community of Peshastin will hold its annual kids and pets parade beginning at 10 a.m. June 4. The parade route will run from Memorial Hall, 10121 Main St., to Peshastin School, 10001 School St.
My husband, daughters and I are soon flying to North Carolina for one glorious, unplugged week at the beach. We’re renting a house on the water with my husband’s family. I close my eyes and am already there — Coppertone on my babies’ skin. Drinking wine and talking with my mother-in-law at the kitchen table for hours after the kids fall asleep. But standing between me and that kitchen table is a cross-country flight with two young children. I’m not going to lie… I’m freaked out.
Within the walls of Wenatchee High School dwells a suspender-clad, silvery-haired man with a camera around his neck. You might find this teacher navigating through Photoshop, setting up a small photo studio or tinkering in the darkroom. Reed Carlson is the official WHS photography instructor, but his life goes far beyond the lens of a camera.
Dear Abby: My wife of 15 years has recently begun spending a lot of time with a group of women who socialize away from their husbands. They like to meet without their husbands and party at pick-up nightclubs and swingers’ bars. When I asked her about it, her response was, “It’s just us girls dancing with each other and having a good time. We dance with each other at the table we’re at. We never dance with any of the men who ask us.” When I asked why they go ...
MERCER, Pa. — Joe has trained 21 dogs during his stay at the State Correctional Institution at Mercer. This week, he is saying goodbye to the latest one, Tonka, a wiggly white Lab-terrier mix with a pink nose.
The recipe starts out raw — a mere idea — but aims for well done. The interval between hunch and lunch may be spent titrating salt and pepper or tossing out plate after disappointing plate. It’s not pretty.
Dear Abby: I’ve heard that your dessert recipes are unmatchable and I’d like to have them. Some time ago, I saw a column that mentioned cookbooklets you have available for purchase. I hope that this is still correct, because I’m interested in ordering them.
The Wenatchee High School FFA Forestry team took second place during the state FFA Forestry Competition April 29 at the Tacoma School District Lincoln Tree Farm property. Individually Synjon Dudgeon placed sixth, Braidin Dillard placed seventh and Wil Jorgensen placed eighth. Pictured left to right are state FFA officers Dallas Tyus and Daniel Lyng, Wenatchee team members Brad Shipley, Eythen Wood, Braihdin Dillard, Wil Jorgensen, Synjon Dudgeon and Mya Chornyak, and state officer Mitch Jamison. (Photo provided)