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Memorial Day

Hi77° Scattered Showers


Lo57° Isolated Thunderstorms


Hi76° Chance Showers

Tuesday Night

Lo59° Chance Showers


Hi83° Slight Chc Thunderstorms

Wednesday Night

Lo60° Slight Chc Thunderstorms


Hi87° Mostly Sunny

Thursday Night

Lo62° Partly Cloudy


Hi89° Mostly Sunny

Friday Night

Lo62° Partly Cloudy

Room to grow

Sherry Anderson plants onions in her garden plot at the Eastmont Community Garden.

Dear Abby: Drama should be canceled

Dear Abby: My boyfriend of 10 years, “Scott,” and I separated last year. I was pregnant and hormonal at the time, and told him we would never get back together. We went a month without contact, then reconnected.

Meal ideas for mom

I work full time in the food business. For more than three decades, my days have centered on food ­— from wrangling recipes and groceries, to ingredient research, to tastings in a test kitchen. So when the kids ask what I want for Mother’s Day, the answer is simple: Cook for me.

Dandelions in the park

Bailey Pauli, 5, Wenatchee, runs through Lincoln Park in Wenatchee Monday where dandelions, not spring's first, are thriving in a sunny nook of ballfield grass.

Clinic receives funds for ultrasound unit

The Lake Chelan Clinic is the recent recipient of $38,000 from the Lake Chelan Community Hospital (LCCH) Foundation, donated to fund the purchase of a new ultrasound unit.

Plants receive volunteer care at annual appreciation event

Thirty volunteers gave back to their community at the Wenatchee River Appreciation event on April 25. The volunteers, many of them Wenatchee High School students, were involved with planting, mulching and watering native plant species around the Cashmere Mill Site.

Free training available for suicide prevention

The Suicide Prevention Coalition of North Central Washington will host a free QPR Gatekeeper suicide prevention training at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Sage, 710 N. Chelan Ave.

Meeting notices

Meetings scheduled throughout North Central Washington

Youth rugby club gives back

The Schoolhouse Rugby Club recently completed two service projects to give back to the Wenatchee Valley community.

Secret of whales’ mouths revealed

WASHINGTON, D.C. — When the fin whale gets ready to eat, Earth’s second-largest animal opens its mouth so wide that it can gulp an amount of water larger than the volume of its own body as it filters out meals of tiny fish and shrimp-like krill.